Call for Papers 2018

Virtual Heritage Network: Ireland 2018

Call for Papers 

Submission deadline 2 February, 2018

 

The VHN: Ireland 2018 organising committee invites proposals for papers, posters and interactive presentations relating to all aspects of cultural heritage in Ireland. This year’s themes include but are not limited to

  • Interdisciplinary investigations of virtual heritage;
  • Digitising Cultural Heritage;
  • Representing Data;
  • Engagement with New Technologies and Methods;

 

We welcome projects, which include co-operation between public and private bodies as well as public engagement and Citizen Science aspects.

 

Topics to be discussed this year may include but are not limited to:

 

  • 3D Data Capture and Representation

Photogrammetry & Image-Based Modelling

3D Scanning & Digitisation (laser, structured light, motion capture, etc.)

Multispectral Imaging /Hyperspectral Imaging

Remote Sensing and Aerial LiDAR

GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo)

UAV Applications

Low Cost Sensors

  • Visualisation and Interaction

Computer Graphics

Gaming Technologies

Real + Virtual Worlds (mixed/augmented reality)

Immersive Displays

Local/Remote Rendering

Active/Passive Stereo Displays

3D Printing

  • Analysis and Interpretation

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Historic Building Information Modelling (HBIM)

3D Modelling (CAD-based and reality-based)

Linking 3D to Information Systems

3D Repositories

3D Geographic Information Systems

Automated 3D Modelling Algorithms and Techniques

Procedural Methods for Architectural Modelling

Open Source Algorithms/Software for 3D Reconstruction

  • Theoretical issues, Ethics, Debates and Challenges

Issues facing Heritage in 2018

Ownership and Copyright

Display of Virtual Heritage

  • Policy and standards

Metadata Handling & Management

Digital Rights

Heritage Commons

Heritage at Risk

E-Libraries

Access to and use of materials

  • Applications of Virtual Heritage

Virtual Documentation

Virtual Heritage Conservation

Virtual Museums

Virtual Exhibitions

Virtual Archaeology

Serious Games for Cultural Heritage

  • The Role of Social Media in Virtual Heritage

Community Engagement and participatory events

Citizen Science

Open Access to Data

Social Media Outlets for Data

  • Virtual Heritage and Tourism Development

Virtual Heritage as a Tool for Promoting Tourism

Impact of Virtual Heritage on a National/Regional Level

Initiatives to Develop Cultural and Creative Ventures

Promotion and Development of Culture, Arts, Creativity and Innovation

Virtual Heritage and Education

 

Submission


Abstracts for Oral Presentation

Submitted abstracts should not exceed 600 words and should be necessarily accompanied by 2-4 images that adequately illustrate the content of your talk. The abstract should include the aims of your research/project, the methods used and the outcomes. Where appropriate, you can also add citations to relevant published work. The abstract should also be accompanied by a brief bio note of all authors and a short description of the topic (max. 100 words) to be used in the conference’s programme.

 

Abstracts for Posters

Submitted abstracts should not exceed 250 words and should be necessarily accompanied by 1-2 images that adequately illustrate the content of your poster. Alternatively you can send a draft version of your poster in pdf or jpg format. The abstract or poster should also be accompanied by a brief bio note of the all authors and a short description of the topic (max. 100 words) to be used in the conference’s programme.

 

 

All proposals should be submitted in word by 2 February, 2018 (.doc, .docx) or pdf format using this form. Completed submission forms should be sent to our submissions and reviewing coordinators at submit.vhnireland@gmail.com.

Please note: Acceptance to the conference is subject to positive review by the VHN: Ireland 2018 Scientific Committee.