Conference Programme

Thursday 24th July

Strategies & New Directions

Chairs Nadia Brakker & David Dawson

• Where Next? Future Directions for Research in Intelligent Cultural Heritage
David ARNOLD, University of Brighton

• Size Matters: Web And Book Archiving
Michael LESK Internet Archive USA

• Virtual Worlds & an Inhabited Virtual Worlds Movement
Jan de BRUIN Tilburg University NL

• SIMCITY(tm) Models & Panoramas from Glasgow
Mic STARBUCK Clyde Heritage Trust Scotland

• The Interaction of Cultural & Technological Processes: Lessons of Mobile Media, Patrick ALLEN, Bradford University

• Online Access to Cultural & Educational Resources For Disabled People: An International Challenge, Marcus WEISEN, Resource

• The Eye of the Beholder, D CROMBIE & R LENOIR FNB NL

• Russian Network of Cultural Heritage& Multimedia Education: Current Trends
Olga SHLYKOVA, Moscow State University

Afternoon: Case Studies

Chairs Suzanne Keene & Alan Seal

• Defining the Question: Approaches to Providing Online Collections Information at The Fitzwilliam Museum
David SCRUTON , The Fitzwilliam Museum England

• Pictura Paedagogica Online Stephanie KOLLMAN Bibliothek
für Bildungsgeschichtliche Forschung, Berlin

• The Certosa Museum, City of Memory Antonella GUIDAZZOLI, Maria Chiara LIGUORI, Bologna University

• Large-scale Art Exhibitions in the Web EUROMUSE Monika HAGEDORN-SAUPE SMB Berlin

• The Impact of 3D Reconstructions, Impetus or Obstacle to Learning? Wolfram GRAJETZKI, UCL

• Protection of Intellectual Property: a Must in Digital Content Exploitation, Jean BARDA, NETIMAGE, France

• The Visible Museum Ebelien PONDAAG, Museon & Justin Savage, The Council of Museums in Wales

Keynote Speaker: Jonathan BOWEN
Professor of Computing, London, South Bank University
• Web Access to Cultural Heritage for the Disabled

Friday 25th July

Performing Arts

Chairs Lizbeth Goodman & Kia Ng

• Exhibiting Performance
Andrew MORRISON & Synnne SKJULSTAD, InterMedia, Norway

• Virtual Olympians from Ancient China
Ling CHEN Tsinghua University, China

• The Use of Technology to Extend Performance Experiences of Comparative Organ Tonalities
Lucy & Peter COMERFORD Bradford University

• Hitting the Right Note: Enhancing Access to Music
David Crombie & R Lenoir FNB NL

• Audiovisual Mega-Preservation Richard Wright, BBC UK

• Machine-Representation & Visualisation of a Dance Notation
Royce J. Neagle and Kia NG, ICSRiM, University of Leeds, England

Research & Development Projects

Chairs Vito Cappellini & Leonid Kubyshev

• Veridical Imaging of Transmissive & Reflective Artefacts
L MacDONALD & A Giani Derby University, England

• Memorial Project - a Complex Approach to Digitisation of Personal Records


• Museums With a Personal Touch
Silvia Filippini FANTONI, European Centre for Digital Communication NL

• Colour Encoded Stereoscopy as a Low-Cost Virtual Exhibition Medium
Per HANSEN, Consultant, Denmark

• Content and Concept-Based Retrieval and Navigation Tools In SCULPTEUR
Fabrizio GIORGINI Giunti Italy

• COST ConGAS: Gesture Controlled Audio System
Nicola Bernardini and Kia NG, ICSRiM, University of Leeds

• Virtual Museum Technology: Human's Specifics & Organization of Discourse David SHAPIRO Institute of Computer Tech, Russia

The 6th Framework Programme, Preparatory Actions

Chairs James Hemsley & Gerd Stanke

• MusicNetwork: Music Industry With Interactive Multimedia Technology Kia NG, ICSRiM, University of Leeds, England

• A Deer for Europe: A Distributed European Electronic Resource Suzanne KEENE, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, London

• The ORION Network and Research Roadmap David CLARKE, National Museums of Scotland et al

Panel Discussion on FP6

Monday 28th July

e-Learning & the Visual Arts

• Generating Digital Content for Education - some perspectives of UK public sector activities
David Dawson, Senior ICT Advisor, Re:source

• Re-inventing the Wheel; the British Pathe Film Archive in the 21st Century
Peter Fydler, Director of Marketing, ITN Archive

• IPR - Bridge or Barrier?
Peter Wienand, Head of Intellectual Property team, Farrer & Co

• Driving learning outcomes – the contributions of Virtual & Managed Learning Environments
Peter O’Sullivan, IBM Learning Solutions

• Learning about e-Learning: Technology and the Disturbance of Academics' Cultures at UCL
Dr. Martin Oliver, Department of Education & Professional Development
University College London

• Curriculum Online and the Cultural Sector
Patrick Towel, Chief Executive, Simulacra Media, (on behalf of the DfES)

• Out of the lab - E-learning and theatre history
Martin Blazeby and Drew Bake, e-Lab 3D Visualisation Group, University of Warwick

• The European Commission 6th Framework Programme; Research Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage and Education
Wim Jansen, Research Infrastructures, Directorate General Information Society
European Commission