Eachtra Journal

ISSN 2009-2237

14th International Congress “Cultural Heritage and New Technologies”

February, 2009 · Written by: John Tierney Print This Page This entry is part 13 of 34 in the Issue 01

Call for Papers deadline 31st May
The 14th International Congress “Culturale Heritage and New Technologies”, which will be arranged by the Urban Archaeology of Vienna and their national and international partners, will take place from 16th-18th November, 2009 in the City Hall of Vienna, Austria.

NEW: The general language (except for 2 Workshops) is English!
More informations you will find on our homepage - www.stadtarchaeologie.at.

Main Topic: Archiving


We would like to invite you to send your abstract for the following workshops or sessions:


  • Workshop - “Newbies”  (only for students)
  • Workshop - Kulturportale Im Internet - Barrierefreiheit (in German)
  • Workshop - Kirchliche Bibliotheken und deren Digitalisierung (in German)


  • General Session: Archives and Cultural Heritage Management
  • Applied Research
  • Fundamental Research – Critical Issues
  • Session: It-education Archaeology and cultural management: necessity or scourge?
  • Cultural Heritage - Cultural Promotion - Tourism in the Danube Region
  • Internet Trade of Cultural Objects
  • A critical view on archaeological 3D Reconstructions

More informationens - Call for Papers:(http://www.stadtarchaeologie.at/tagung/ecall.htm)

Deadline: 31st May, 2009 – The abstract will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee!

Notification for speakers: 26th June, 2009

Payment for speakers: (latest): 17th August, 2009 (Your payment in time will be taken as confirmation for your participation)

Provisorisches program (http://www.stadtarchaeologie.at/tagung/einhalt.htm) - there you will find more HandsOn Workshops and Tutorials.

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best wishes and hope to see you in Vienna

Wolfgang Börner / Susanne Uhlirz

Museen der Stadt Wien - Stadtarchäologie
Mag. Wolfgang Börner
Obere Augartenstraße 26-28, Zi. 2.11
A - 1020 Wien
Tel.: +43 (0)1 4000 81176
Fax:  +43 (0)1 4000 84747

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