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Protecting, preserving and presenting our Cultural Heritage are frequently interpreted as a change in the management and behaviour of our society, needing a close cooperation between professionals, policymakers and authorities. The European Conferences on Cultural Heritage research and development, and in particular the biannual EUROMED conference, have become regular milestones in the search for new knowledge of our common history and its protection and preservation for the generations to come.

In this framework, the 6th EUROMED conference (EUROMED 2018), to be held in Nicosia, Cyprus, from October 29 to November 3, 2018, at Filoxenia Conference Centre, is dedicated to the protection, preservation and e-documentation of the Cultural Heritage, with the ultimate goal of bringing together professionals from different backgrounds to achieve a high level of mutual understanding of its needs, requirements and technical means. The focus of the conference is interdisciplinary research approaches and use of cutting-edge technologies for the protection, preservation, conservation, massive digitalisation and visualization/presentation of Cultural Heritage content (e.g., archaeological sites, artefacts, monuments, libraries, archives, museums, etc). At the same time, the event is intended to cover topics of research ready for exploitation, demonstrating the acceptability of new sustainable approaches and technologies by the user community, SME’s, owners, managers and conservators of cultural patrimony.

euromedcfpEUROMED 2018 will be hosting the workshop “Cultural informatics research and applications: State of the art and open challenges” (3 November 2018). The aim of this workshop is to bring together projects, research groups, stakeholders, independent researchers and practitioners who are active in the broader area of cultural informatics in order to present the current state of affairs, discuss open challenges faced by each one and explore possible collaborations. The ultimate goal is to exchange tools, technologies, know-how, methods and best practices, thus significantly improving our efficiency and management of public and private resources. Within the workshop, representatives of the WhoLoDancE Consortium will present the project paper “WhoLoDancE: Whole-body interaction Learning for Dance Education”, giving an overview of the research activities and achieved results, also providing insights on open issues and possible future developments.

For more info, visit EUROMED 2018’s or Cultural informatics research and applications workshop’s websites