Mar
26
Tue
Industry meets IT – VR/AR applications for industry @ CINIQ / Smart Data Forum Fraunhofer HHI
Mar 26 all-day

Roadshow “Industry meets IT”

We cordially invite you to the third stop of our roadshow “Industry meets IT – VR/AR applications for industry” on 26.03.2019.

Venue is the CINIQ Center/Smart Data Forum at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute.

With the focus on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), we will be investigating the questions:

What are the benefits of the technology for production?

Which applications are already being used successfully?

Dr. Oliver Schreer, Group Leader Immersive Media and Communication at Fraunhofer HHI will give the keynote lecture “Opportunities and Challenges of Virtual and Augmented Reality”.

Afterwards, you will get an insight into already applied VR/AR solutions, presented by industrial users and providers, in several short presentations.

 

Venue:

CINIQ / Smart Data Forum
Fraunhofer HHI
Salzufer 6, 10587 Berlin

 

Contact:

Dr. Ana Teresa Tomás
Projektmanager Innovation Industrielle Produktion
Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH
Tel.: +49 30 46302-190
E-Mail: ana.tomas@berlin-partner.de

Industry meets IT – VR/AR Applications for Industry @ CINIQ / Smart Data Forum Fraunhofer HHI
Mar 26 all-day

We cordially invite you to the third stop of our roadshow “Industry meets IT – VR/AR applications for industry” on 26.03.2019.

Venue is the CINIQ Center/Smart Data Forum at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute.

With the focus on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), we will be investigating the questions:

What are the benefits of the technology for production?

Which applications are already being used successfully?

Dr. Oliver Schreer, Group Leader Immersive Media and Communication at Fraunhofer HHI will give the keynote lecture “Opportunities and Challenges of Virtual and Augmented Reality”.

Afterwards, you will get an insight into already applied VR/AR solutions, presented by industrial users and providers, in several short presentations.

Register here

Apr
6
Sat
Coding Da Vinci Süd 2019 – Kick off! @ Münchner Stadtbibliothek Am Gasteig
Apr 6 – Apr 7 all-day

What is Coding da Vinci?

At Coding da Vinci, you develop a project using at least one data set from Coding da Vinci’s data-giving cultural institutions in a team that is formed locally or expanded by new people at the kick-off. All results of the hackathon – from source code to images – are made available to the public under free licenses (Open Source or Open Definition).

Project teams wishing to participate in the public competition of Coding da Vinci Süd and in the award ceremony on 18 May 2019 in the Tafelhalle of the KunstKulturQuartier Nuremberg must have registered by 13 May 2019 on the Coding da Vinci Hackdash established until then and meet the above criteria.

May
8
Wed
2+3D Photography – Practice and Prophecies – 2019 @ Rijksmuseum
May 8 – May 10 all-day
2+3D Photography – Practice and Prophecies - 2019 @ Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum and the Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP) present the third 2and3D Photography conference, 8-10 May 2019.

The second edition of the 2and3D Photography conference in 2017 demonstrated how important it is to create a meeting place for the international heritage photography community. In a time when technological digital developments change rapidly, it is essential to have a platform where we can exchange knowledge and ideas. 2and3D Photography provides this platform and distinguishes itself from other conferences by exclusively focusing on the cultural heritage image professional, for and by people active in the field.

Download preliminary Program from here.

Registration here

May
14
Tue
Archiving 2019 – Digitization, Preservation, and Access – Lisbon @ Arquivo Nacional da Torre do Tombo
May 14 – May 17 all-day

Archiving 2019

Keynote speakers:

Jean-Yves Le Meur, CERN, Digital Memory project leader (Switzerland): CERN’s Digital Memory: When Patrimony Data Meets Scientific Data

David Taubman, UNSW Sydney, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, Deputy Head of School (Research), and Kakadu Software Pty. Ltd., Director (Australia): The JPEG2000 Suite of Standards: Capabilities and New Opportunities

Jonas Palm, Riksarkivet/National Archives (Sweden): How the Market changed – And the Lives of Photographs

Programme is available here.

Registration here.

Venue:

Archiving 2019 takes place in two locations:

Both are located in the Campo Grande section of the city, within a 10-minute walk of each other.

Jul
7
Sun
ICVSS 2019, International Computer Vision Summer School @ Baia Samuele
Jul 7 – Jul 13 all-day
Sep
16
Mon
Your Eye on the Horizon – Call open for iPRES 2019
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day

iPRES is the premier international conference on the preservation and long term management of digital materials. The 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation will be held on September 16-20, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The conference will bring together scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts to share recent developments and innovative projects in a wide variety of topics in digital preservation from strategy to implementation, and from international and local initiatives. Year on year the debate and research profiled at iPRES have moved digital preservation from a technology driven niche specialism of experts to a global challenge with the community to match.

The iPRES 2019 Programme Committee seeks contributions that tell stories about building bridges between organizations in different domains and bridging knowledge gaps. These contributions enable individuals from all backgrounds and agencies of all sizes to participate in the global preservation conversation. Contributions serve the community and help implement solutions and overcome barriers to the effective curation of digital assets, works and collections. iPRES aims to be an inclusive global forum and seeks proposals from all sectors, specialisms, geographies and communities.

Proposals for long and short papers, panels, posters, demonstrations, workshops, tutorials and hackathon sessions are due by 18 March. All submissions and presentations should be in English.

For questions with regards to the conference program, please contact: programmecommittee@ipres2019.org