CFP Special Issue on Novel Technologies for the Safeguarding and Transmission of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)

CFP- International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era Special Issue: Novel Technologies for the Safeguarding and Transmission of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)
Submission deadline : 25 April 2014
URL: http://www.multi-science.co.uk/ijhde-call-ich.htm

The International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era (www.multi-science.co.uk/ijhde.htm) is already in its second year and has been accepted by the Cultural heritage community with great enthusiasm. A Special Issue is planned on the hot topic of Novel Technologies for the Safeguarding and Transmission of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Several overarching themes are planned including: multisensory technologies for capturing and analyzing different forms of ICH, novel multimodal data fusion techniques, semantic media analysis and interpretation approaches for the documentation of ICH, 3D visualization and game technologies, educational tools for enhancing teaching and learning process etc.

This special issue will focus on new and innovative solutions as well as on research projects in this particular area, which constitute real breakthroughs in this important scientific and interdisciplinary area. The deadline for the paper submission will be the 25th of April 2014, and a double blind review system will be applied. Authors will be notified of the review results and asked to provide the camera-ready manuscripts by the end of May 2014. The issue will be published latest in June 2014.

Co-Editor:
Nikos Grammalidis CERTH, Greece

Paper Template:
http://www.digital-heritage-journal.eu/index.php/guidelines-for-the-journal-paper/

Submission of Papers:
http://edition10.digital-heritage-journal.eu/openconf.php

Submission deadline: 25th April 2014

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