[rohrpost] Fwd: Call for Paper

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Die Jan 14 17:24:32 CET 2014

Hallo allerseits,
da für die unten beschriebene Konferenz noch Vorschläge gesucht werden leite ich
es hier weiter.
Bei Fragen bitte direkt bei der HTW nachfragen.
mit besten Grüßen,

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Von: Regina Franken-Wendelstorf <r.franken at htw-berlin.de>
An: Medienwerkstatt <medienwerkstatt at bbk-kulturwerk.de>
Datum: 14. Januar 2014 um 09:24
Betreff: Call for Paper

Hallo Sandra

wir suchen für unsere Konferenz noch Vorträge. Könntest du unseren Call for
Paper bitte noch einmal rumschicken. Es muss bis morgen auch kein vollständiges
Paper eingereicht werden es reicht wenn wir einen Hinweis bekommen wer sich
interessieren könnte.

Dr. Regina Franken-Wendelstorf
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft
Projektkoordinatorin MINERVA Forschungsgruppe "INKA"
FKI Gebäude H
Wilhelminenhofstr. 75A
12459 Berlin

Tel.:    +49-30-50192399

 International Conference on
 Reality and Virtuality
 at the Pergamon Museum Berlin
 May 22 & 23, 2014
          Austria    Prof. Hans Mittendorfer, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 Prof. Dr. Robert Sablatnig, Technical University Vienna
          Belgium    Prof. Dr. Kris Luyten, Hasselt University
          Germany    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Coy, Humboldt University Berlin
 Dr. Regina Franken-Wendelstorf, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
 Heinz C. Friedmann, Alcatel-Lucent Stiftung
 Prof. Dr. Uwe Großmann, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund
 Prof. Dr. Dorothee Haffner, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael A. Herzog, University Magdeburg/Stendal
 Dr. Cornelia Kleinitz, Humboldt University Berlin
 Dr. Thomas Köhler, Berlinische Galerie
 Prof. Dr. Jochen Koubek, University of Bayreuth
 Cilly Kugelmann, Jewish Museum Berlin
 Constanze Kurz, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
 Elisabeth Lindinger, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
 Dr. Verena Metze-Mangold, German UNESCO Commission
 Prof. Dr. Klaus Rebensburg, TU Berlin
 Prof. Dr. Jürgen Sieck, University of Applied Sciences Berlin/SVKB  (chair)
 Prof. Dr. Martin Warnke, Leuphana University Lüneburg
 Prof. Dr. Debora Weber-Wulff, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
 Dr. Stefan Weber, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
 Dr. Erich Zielinski, Alcatel-Lucent Stiftung
          Greece     Dr. Vasiliki Tsakaloudi, Centre for Research & Technology
          Hungary     Zsombor Jékely, Museum of Applied Arts Budapest
          Israel     Dr. Susan Hazan, Israel Museum Jerusalem
          Italy     Prof. Dr. Vito Cappellini, Florence University
          Namibia     Dr. Cornelia Limpricht, The University Centre for Studies
in Namibia
          Poland    Prof. Dr. Jerzy Malinowski, Institute of World Art Studies,
          South Africa    Prof. Dr. Gary Marsden, Cape Town University
          Switzerland  Dr. Harald Kraemer, Zurich University of the Arts
          Taiwan  Prof. Dr. Ling-Yu Melody Wen, NCUE
          Ukraine  Prof. Dr. Svetlana Antoshchuk, Odessa NPU
 Prof. Dr. Vladimir Brovkov, Odessa NPU
          United Kingdom    Dr. Martin Austin, Plymouth University
 Paul Clifford, Museum of London
 Dr. James Hemsley, EVA Conferences International
 Call for Abstracts
 Submission Deadline: January 15, 2014
 Culture and Computer Science 2014
 Reality and Virtuality
The 12th edition of the “Culture and Computer Science” conference series brings
into focus best practice examples, challenges, and future trends in the fields
of mo-
delling, visualisation and interaction. The conference targets cultural policy
people from the cultural and creative industries, communication scientists,
and artistic actors as well as computer scientists and engineers, who conduct
search and development on cultural topics.
The presentations will discuss the following key topics:
• General conditions of cultural policies,
• Interdependence between culture and computer science,
• Influence of art and culture on future developments,
• The media-compatible treatment and enhancement of information,
• Intuitive usage of media systems,
• Ethics in culture and computer science.
These items shall primarily be analysed, demonstrated and discussed through
best-practice examples for cultural and creative industries.
Further Key Aspects of the Conference
• Visualisation and interaction technologies,
• Systems of modelling, information, visualisation and communication in urban
• Interactive multimedia solutions for museums, theatres, concert halls etc.,
• Interactive systems in the cultural and creative industries,
• Municipal and touristic information systems,
• Digital exhibitions, science centres, museums and galleries,
• Virtual reconstructions,
• Augmented reality,
• Media architecture, digital extension of buildings and urban districts,
• Position- and context-sensitive services,
• Documentation, visualisation and interaction in museums and archives,
• Game-based information processing,
• Digital storytelling,
• Multimedia guides,
• Social and ethical issues in computer science ,
• Cross-cultural communication and technology,
• Ethical issues concerning the use of virtual and augmented reality.
Proposals for oral presentations, short presentations, posters, or
can be submitted in English language before January 15th, 2014.
Abstracts (1–2 pages, DIN A4) must contain title, author(s), and the scope of
the pa-
per, emphasize on new advances, theories and/or applications, and include an
lysis of results and findings. A submission implies willingness to register and
the work if the paper is accepted for presentation at the conference.
Abstracts must be turned in online as PDF via the conference management system
INKA research group, which can be found on the conference website:
First time users are requested to register beforehand. If you experience any
lems, please contact us via inka at htw-berlin.de.
Conference Venue
Pergamon Museum, Museum Island Berlin-Mitte
Am Kupfergraben 5
10117 Berlin
Alcatel Lucent Stiftung für Kommunikationsforschung
Pergamon Museum Berlin
and HTW University of Applied Sciences Berlin, INKA Research Group
Scientific Superintendence
Regina Franken-Wendelstorf, HTW Berlin
Jürgen Sieck, HTW Berlin

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