We invite papers featuring both cutting-edge research based on applying computational approaches for technical imaging in cultural heritage and more preliminary research highlighting open problems and challenges in this rapidly evolving field. While the ARTICT project has focused on Old Master Paintings, the application of these approaches to other types of objects or materials, including archaeological or text-based artefacts are welcome. Topics for contributions might include but are not limited to:
Please submit an abstract of up to 500 words (approx. 1 page). Abstracts should include a clear title, full list of authors and their affiliations and a brief summary of the work, with a few key references if needed. Please indicate if an oral or poster presentation would be preferred. Submissions will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and Local Organising Committee and given a decision on placement within the conference promptly.
Please send the abstracts by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 22 March 2022
There will not be published proceedings from this event but extended abstracts for papers that are presented can be made available online after the conference.