Second Workshop on Electronic Heritage and Digital Art Preservation
(eHeritage) Joint with ACM Multimedia
Florence, October, 25, 2010
CALL FOR PAPERS (EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE)
Why are preservation and digital access projects necessary? Unfortunately,
many valuable objects that form part of our Cultural Heritage have been
decayed by time, weathering, man-made or natural disasters. Capturing
digital representations provides mechanism for preservation, as well as
access, and even scholarly study.
Computer Vision, Graphics and Multimedia research and practices have, and
will continue, to play a center role in Cultural Heritage preservation
efforts. The Second Workshop on eHeritage and Digital Art Preservation
aims to bring together these researches as well as interdisciplinary
researches that are related to these areas, in particular image and audio
research, image and haptic (touch) research, as well as presentation of
visual content over wide web and education.
This workshop will follow the very successful First eHeritage Workshop
which was held in conjunction with ICCV in Kyoto last year.
We strongly encourage interdisciplinary papers and would like to keep a
wide scope. However, in order to align the workshop with ACM Multimedia
audience we will require that all papers:
1. Be related to one of ACM Multimedia topics as listed in ACM Multimedia
call for papers.
2. Papers actually involving eHeritage (versus “can be applied to
eHeritage”) will be given highest priority.
The submission is electronic and must be in PDF format. Submitted papers
should not exceed 6 pages double column or exceed 10MB. The paper format
must follow the same guidelines as for all ACM Multimedia submissions.
Submissions and review will be **double-blind**. Submitted papers should
not be previously published work, or under consideration for publication
at other journals, conferences or workshops.
BEST PAPERS & SPECIAL ISSUE
We are glad to announce that extended versions of selected best papers
from eHeritage are going to be published by ACM Journal on Computing and
Cultural Heritage (JOCCH), after a second round of reviews. A Special
Issue may be planned.
Paper submission (EXTENDED): June 17
Notification: July 10
Camera ready: July 18
Olga Bellon, Universidade Federal do Parana. Email: [log in to unmask]
Matteo Dellepiane, ISTI-CNR Pisa. Email: [log in to unmask]
Ilan Shimshoni, University of Haifa. Email: [log in to unmask]
Moshe Ben-Ezra (Microsoft, China)
Michael Brown (NUS, Singapore)
Pere Brunet (Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
Marco Callieri (ISTI-CNR, Italy)
Guido M. Cortelazzo (U. Padova, Italy)
Alberto Del Bimbo (U. Firenze, Italy)
Andrea Fusiello (U.Verona, Italy)
Sven Havemann (U. Graz, Austria)
Carlos Jimenez (Victoria and Albert Museum, UK)
Benjamin Kimia (Brown U., USA)
Reinhard Klein (U. Bonn, Germany)
Ricardo Marroquim (U. Fed. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Gerard Medioni (USC, USA)
Sumanta Pattanaik (UCF, USA)
Cinzia Perlingieri (UC Berkeley, USA)
Daniel Pletinckx (Visual Dimension, Belgium)
Holly Rushmeier (Yale U., USA)
Robert Sablatnig (Vienna U. of Technology, Austria)
Luciano Silva (U. Fed. Parana, Brazil)
Ioannis Stamos (City U. of New York, USA)
Lior Wolf (Tel Aviv U., Israel)