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The 14th International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage
(PATCH 2023)

Held in conjunction with ACM UMAP 2023 - Limassol, Cyprus.

Important dates:

April 20, 2023: paper submission

May 8, 2023: notification to authors

May 18, 2023: camera-ready due

The workshop will be in person. However, in very exceptional circumstances
we might accept a remote participation, to be discussed with us at paper
submission time.

Abstract and Topics

Following the successful series of PATCH workshops, PATCH 2023 will again
be the meeting point between state-of-the-art cultural heritage (CH)
research and personalization research. Focused on those using different
types of technology, with emphasis on ubiquitous and adaptive scenarios,
used to enhance the personal experience in CH sites. The workshop is aimed
at bringing together researchers and practitioners who are working on
various aspects of CH and are interested in exploring the potential of
state-of-the-art mobile and personalized technology (onsite as well as
online) to enhance the CH visiting experience. The expected result of the
workshop is a multidisciplinary research agenda that will inform future
research directions and, hopefully, forge some research collaborations.


Cultural heritage (CH) has traditionally been a primary area for
personalization research. Visitors come to cultural heritage sites willing
to experience and learn new things, with expectations but possibly without
a clear idea of what they will find there. The Museum Experience Revisited,
by John Falk and Lynn Dierking (2013), argues that the visitor’s experience
is constructed by the intertwining of the personal, the social, and the
physical context. The experience begins before the visit, when one starts
to think about it, and lasts well after leaving the building. Indeed CH is
rich in objects and information and offers much more than the visitor can
absorb during their limited time in situ. Hence, visitors may benefit from
individualized support that takes into account contextual and personal

We invite cultural heritage professionals and researchers to join us to
discuss findings and trends on personalisation of cultural heritage in the
broadest sense, from online and remote cultural access to onsite visit,
from individuals to groups, from tangible to virtual and robotic mediation.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


   Adaptive navigation and personalized browsing in digital and physical
   cultural heritage collections and in CH sites

   Ambient Cultural Heritage

   Personalization for group of visitors to CH sites

   Personalization for collective CH information authoring and management

   Creativity and collaboration support in CH

   Personalized mobile museum guides & personal museum assistants

   Personalization by Citizen Curation

   Recommendation strategies for CH

   Adaptation strategies for text and non-verbal content in CH

   NLG techniques and conversational agents for CH

   (User Interaction with) Integration of virtual and physical collections

   Analysis of behavior patterns to improve CH recommendation

   Personalization across the whole of a person's digital ecosystem
   (including CH)

   Long-term personalization in CH

   IoT and Cultural Heritage

   Human-Robots adaptation in museums

   3D, Virtual and Augmented Reality for Cultural Heritage

   Context-aware information presentation in CH

   Interactive user interfaces for CH applications

   Use of personality for guiding Cultural Heritage Experiences

   Participatory CH including multiple viewpoints and perspectives

   Community mapping for CH information sharing

   Multiple viewpoints and perspectives for CH

   Remote access to CH

   Personalized support to the exploration of Cultural and Natural Heritage

Full papers: up to 14 pages excluding references.

Short papers/Position papers/Demo papers: up to 7 pages excluding

Papers that exceed the page limits or formatting guidelines will be
returned without review.

Submissions should be single-blinded, i.e., authors’ names should be
included in the submissions.

Papers must be formatted according to the new workflow for ACM
publications. The templates and instructions are available here: .

All papers should be submitted in PDF format via the online submission
system by selecting the track "The 14th International Workshop on
Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage (PATCH 2023)": .

An international panel of experts will review all submissions.

Work that has already been published should not be submitted unless it
introduces a significant addition to the previously published work.

There will be a conference adjunct proceedings published by ACM where all
the workshop papers will be published.

Workshop organizers

Liliana Ardissono, University of Torino, Italy, [log in to unmask]

Noemi Mauro, University of Torino, Italy, [log in to unmask]

Daniela Petrelli, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, [log in to unmask]

George E. Raptis, Human Opsis, Greece, [log in to unmask]

Alan J. Wecker, The University of Haifa, Israel, [log in to unmask]

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