Calendar

Oct
7
Fri
2022
HORIZON WIDERA
Oct 7 @ 9:45 – 14:00
HORIZON WIDERA
Part of Uni. Crete Research Center initiatives for the development of research.
This online event intends to provide information about European Commission’s HORIZON-WIDERA program and its project calls.
It aims to encourage sharing of knowledge and expertise for submission of research proposals and to learn from the experience of other successful ERA projects.
Link to the online platform:
Meeting ID: 884 1792 4078 | Passcode: 959763
Oct
9
Sun
2022
NEMO European Museum Conference
Oct 9 @ 11:00 – Oct 11 @ 20:00
NEMO European Museum Conference

At the 2022 NEMO European Museum Conference Innovation begins within – Resilient museums in times of disruption we will explore how museums can become more innovative, agile and flexible in a fast-changing and challenging world. How can innovation be a structural component of museum operations?

Oct
10
Mon
2022
CLARIN Annual Conference 2022,Prague
Oct 10 @ 9:00 – Oct 12 @ 14:00
CLARIN Annual Conference 2022,Prague

CLARIN (Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure) is a research infrastructure that was initiated from the vision that all digital language resources and tools from all over Europe and beyond are accessible through a online environment for the support of researchers in the humanities and social sciences.

The CLARIN Annual Conference is the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe, as well as for representatives of the communities of use in the humanities, and social sciences.

Digital Collections Summit Schedule
Oct 10 @ 13:00 – Oct 11 @ 18:00
Digital Collections Summit Schedule

Digital Collections Summit

Oct
19
Wed
2022
Joint Event H2020 TexTour and H2020 ERA Chair
Oct 19 @ 11:00 – 14:00
Joint Event H2020 TexTour and H2020 ERA Chair
Joint meeting between two EU Projects for the holistic e-Documentation of the Fikardou Village in Cyprus at the presence of the Deputy Minister of Culture, the Department of Antiquities, the Commissioner for the Development of the CY mountains and the Council of Fikardou Village.
The name of the village is believed to have originated from the Greek for ‘den of fugitives’ (‘figa andron’), from the fugitives who were recruited by two dominant clans that controlled the region between 400 AD – 800 AD.
The village is the property of the CY Department of Antiquities, which in 1978 declared the entire village an “ancient monument” and a “controlled area”. It is also nominated for a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Fikardou was carefully restored to preserve the 18th century houses with their remarkable woodwork and folk architecture. Two of these – the House of Katsinioros, and the House of Achilleas Dimitris – are now owned by the Department of Antiquities, and have been turned into museums, exhibiting rural items and depicting rural life in years past.
More info. about Fikardou:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fikardou
Location:
The event will be at the Fikardou Village in Cyprus, which is located in the Lefkosia (Nicosia) district, and sits at an altitude of 900 meters in the region of Pitsilia. The historical site can be reached by following the E903 and then the E904, finally reaching this secluded and idyllic village.
Oct
24
Mon
2022
Digital Transformation Summit, Madeira, Portugal @ Funchal,Madeira
Oct 24 @ 10:00 – Oct 27 @ 19:00
Digital Transformation Summit, Madeira, Portugal @ Funchal,Madeira

The European Commission sets out the vision for Europe’s Digital Decade by 2030 proposing the Digital Compass that revolves around four cardinal points: Government, Infrastructures, Skills and Businessess.

The Madeira’s Digital Transformation Summit responds to this challenge in a forum where the EU’s Digital strategy is debated to achieve the visionary objectives at European and regional levels. Bringing together recognised individuals from the European Commission, Government, Academia and Industry, the Summit sets the scene for a human-centric vision in a digital society. Needs, expectations, developments and innovative solutions will be discussed aiming at digitally empowering citizens and businesses to improve, grow, innovate and compete on fair terms, while achieving climate neutrality.

Topics

Covering a wide range of digital transformation areas including Healh, Manufacturing, Maritime, Smart Cities and Energy as well as the full set of digital services being created and offered via the network of European Digital Innovation Hubs.

Challenges

Discussing Horizontal Challenges for unlocking Digital Transformation potencial. At technical side ranging from Artificial Intelligence, Big data and Cybersecurity and at societal level including Digital Literacy, Skills and Social Inclusion.

Opportunities

Joining policy makers, authorities, industry, researchers and the community of users in a unique high level discussion and networking forum, supported by research and innovation cooperation mechanisms that will pave the way for the next digital generation.

Further information and Registration

The Summit is organised by UNINOVA, NOVA School of Science and Technology, Caparica, Portugal.

Oct
26
Wed
2022
FDO2022
Oct 26 @ 13:30 – Oct 28 @ 18:00
FDO2022

The FDO Forum is organising its 1st International Conference of FAIR Digital Objects (FDO2022). This event will bring together technical, scientific, industry, and science-policy stakeholders with the aim to boost the development and implementation of FDOs worldwide and transform the Internet into more than just a data space: into a meaningful data space.

This conference will include a variety of different formats (keynotes, invited presentations, community sessions, lightning talks, panels, hackathons, etc.), and will be organised over 3 days as part of Leiden, European City of Science 2022 activities.

The 1st International Conference on FAIR Digital Objects sets four main goals:

  • Present and discuss the anatomy of a FDO
  • Showcase FDO-Based studies & implementations
  • Act as a forum for developing FDO-Based Approaches
  • Propose solutions to facilitate global adoption of FDOS

FDO2022 will conclude with the formal signing and publication of the ‘Leiden Declaration on FAIR Digital Objects’.

Nov
7
Mon
2022
Language & The Media @ Berlin
Nov 7 – Nov 9 all-day
Language & The Media @ Berlin

Throughout its 25-year long history,Languages & The Media , the Biennial International Conference on Audiovisual Language Transfer in the Media, has established itself as Europe’s leading conference in the AVT industry and is a vibrant hub for exchange, learning and discussion.

The conference brings together content creators and distributors, broadcasters, streaming services, language services providers, software and hardware developers, researchers, trainers, practitioners, and all those involved in the production, marketing and distribution of audiovisual content for information, entertainment or educational purposes through localisation and accessibility. The conference sessions and workshops examine the trends, innovations and technologies that are changing the globalised provision of audiovisual media and the ways we consume it across and within languages.

Languages & The Media is accompanied by an exhibition to showcase new technology, services and solutions to all relevant stakeholders in the audiovisual industry.

 

EuroMed2022: International Conference on Digital Heritage @ Cyprus
Nov 7 @ 8:00 – Nov 11 @ 16:00
EuroMed2022: International Conference on Digital Heritage @ Cyprus

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Organising Committee, I have the honor to invite you to the 9th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2022).

Cyprus is the third largest Mediterranean island at the crossroads of three continents, located in one of the most famous archeological areas of the world. Its civilization starts around the 10th millennium BC and has a high number of monuments and sites registered on the UNESCO WHL. Cyprus cultural heritage is the most important living treasure of its people. It is through this that its identity can be expressed and an awareness of its historical continuity through time can be created.

From the 7th of November until the 11th of November 2022 we will have the opportunity to come together, exchange our know-how and experiences in the Cultural Heritage research as well as the current and future worldwide developments in this area.

Protecting, preserving and presenting our Cultural Heritage are frequently interpreted as change management and/or change the behavior of the society. Joint European and international research produces a scientific background and support for such a change. We are living in a period characterized by rapid and remarkable changes in the environment, in the society and in technology. Natural change, war conflicts and man-made changes, including climate, as well as technological and societal change, form an ever-moving and colorful stage and a challenge for the society. Close cooperation between professionals, the policy makers and authorities internationally, is necessary for research, development and technology in the field of cultural heritage.

Scientific projects in the area of cultural heritage have received national, European Union or UNESCO funding for more than thirty years. Through the financial support and cooperation, major results have been achieved and published in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings with the support of professionals from many countries. The European Conferences on cultural heritage research and development and in particular the biannual EuroMed conference have become regular milestones on the never-ending journey of discovery in the search for new knowledge of our common history and its protection and preservation for the generations to come. They also provide a unique opportunity to present and review results, and to draw new inspiration.

The agenda of this unique conference will include hundreds of excellent oral and poster presentations, as well as workshops and demonstrations from academia and industry, reflecting the wide scope of our work in the area of cultural heritage. We are expecting policy makers, professionals, students and delegates from more than 60 countries of the world to attend this special Euro-Mediterranean conference which is dedicated to the protection, preservation and e-documentation of the Cultural Heritage.

The ultimate aim of the 8th EuroMed conference will be to bring together as many stakeholders as possible from different backgrounds in order to achieve a high level of mutual understanding of the needs, the requirements and the technical means of meeting them. Therefore, our common goal is to focus on interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage, the use of cutting edge technologies for the protection, preservation, conservation, massive digitalisation and visualization/presentation of the Cultural Heritage content (archeological sites, artifacts, monuments, libraries, archives, museums, etc). At the same time, the event is intended to cover topics of research ready for exploitation, demonstrating the acceptability of new sustainable approaches and new technologies by the user community, SME’s, owners, managers and conservators of cultural patrimony.

It is very important that policy makers and a wide public are involved in management of the cultural heritage, and it is useful to inform European citizens about recent developments and scientific achievements in this area. The entire poster exhibition as well as special conference sessions will be dedicated to awareness (outreach) of the public in the whole field of Cultural Heritage.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to this particular international conference. We are confident that everyone will greatly benefit from this event.

Marinos IOANNIDES, CY; Eleanor FINK, USA; Isto HUVILA, SE;  Andreas MAIER, DE; Costas PAPADOPOULOS, NL

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MTSR 2022
Nov 7 @ 9:00 – Nov 11 @ 18:00

MTSR 2022

16th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research

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