Cfp AI*IA Workshop for Cultural Heritage

Glauco Mantegari
Tue May 1 13:09:32 CEST 2007

Dear all,
   I am pleased to send you the cfp for the Cultural Heritage workshop ( which is organised within the 10th congress of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (Rome, September 10-13, 2007). 

Below some details.
Thank you,
   Glauco Mantegari


The 2007 Cultural Heritage  Workshop continues the series of four successful
Cultural Heritage Workshops started at the AI*IA 99 6th Congress. This event
must, once again, be seen as one in a series of actions undertaken to
promote an increasingly more active collaboration between the sectors of
cultural assets and artificial intelligence. Thus the main objective remains
that of bringing together academic and research bodies, industries and firms
involved in developing new technological solutions in the cultural asset
sector, in order to catalyse possible interaction and aggregation between
the different agents and to constitute a community of institutions which
together will be able to tackle this new challenge. To reach this goal the
topics will include experiences in the use of innovative
technologies/methods and how to take best advantage to integrate the results
obtained to build up new tools and/or experiences as well as improved
methodologies for documenting, managing and communicating Cultural Heritage.


Authors are invited to submit works dealing either with methodological or
application solutions pointing out the real possible uses and applications
of methods and of tools of the artificial intelligence in the field of the
cultural heritage. Works on the following subjects are particularly welcome
(the list is not exhaustive):

- Augmented reality
- Digital library
- Digital preservation
- Intelligent and/or adaptive interfaces
- Models and formal methods for the knowledge representation and sharing on the Web dealing with the enjoyment of artistic heritage
- Mobile agents
- Multimedia music representation and formatting
- Ontologies for cultural heritage
- 3D Modelling and Reconstruction
- User and group modelling for active cultural heritage
- Virtual characters

Program Committee:

Liliana Ardissono - University of  Turin
Antonio Chella - University of  Palermo
Glauco Mantegari - Universy of Milano-Bicocca
Giovanni Semeraro - University of Bari
Marco Shaerf - University of Rome
Massimo Zancanaro - ITC-IRST, Trento

Workshop Organizer:

Luciana Bordoni
Lungotevere Thaon di Revel, 76 Roma
Tel. +39-06-36272931, Fax +39-06-36272203

Important dates:

June 9th : deadline for paper submission
June 30th : notification of accepted paper
July 10th : accepted papers are due

Paper submission format:

Papers not exceeding 8 pages, written in English and complying with the
Springer-Verlag format ( should be submitted
Submissions are due in PDF format attached to an email sent to the following
email address:
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