Digital Heritage International Congress 2013, Marseille (France), 28 oct - 1 nov

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DIGITAL HERITAGE 2013 International Congress
27 October – 1 November 2013
Marseille, France

Join us in the 2013 European Capital of Culture, Marseille, this fall for the world’s largest gathering ever focused on Digital Heritage. A federated event of the leading scientific meetings in information technology for heritage, the Congress will for the first time bring VSMM, Eurographics GCH, UNESCO’s Memory of the World, Arquaeologica2.0, Archeovirtual, Digital Art Week and special events from CAA, CIPA, Space2Place, ICOMOS ICIP, and multiple others together in one venue with a prestigious joint proceedings.
A ground-breaking public display of cutting edge digital heritage projects will grace the conference venue at the new museum complex on the Marseille waterfront. Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory, in collaboration with other local research organisms (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA), the venue will be Marseille's architecturally stunning new waterfront museums, MuCEM and La Villa Mediterranée.

The Congress covers heritage in all its forms, focusing around 5 heritage themes:
- Built Heritage (sites to cities, towns and cultural landscapes, ie World Heritage)
- Culture & Traditions (folklife to languages, song, dance, craft… ie Intangible Heritage)
- Museums & Collections (movable objects and their museums, ie Movable Heritage)
- Libraries & Archives (books to maps, manuscripts, …, ie Documentary Heritage)
- Art & Creativity (digital / new media art to creative digital and online culture)

Key Deadlines:
June 9: Abstracts (mandatory for all papers);
June 16: Full Papers, Short Papers (notification July 28);
July 28: Exhibits proposals due (notification Sept 1);
August 4: Opening of Early Registration;
Sept 15: Final Camera Ready.

All paper submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed by at least 3 referees from the Intl Scientific Committee. Every submission will have at least one technical and one cultural reviewer, to ensure a rich diversity of accepted works spanning both technology and the humanities. A two volume proceedings will be published in collaboration with IEEE and Eurographics. Selected papers will also have the option of being republished in a number of prestigious journals to be determined, including the ACM Journal on Computers and Cultural Heritage. Note that since this is a joint World Congress, you need to submit only once to be considered for the integrated joint proceedings of all affiliated events.

See the Congress website for full details on submission types and requirements and deadlines.
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