International Workshop
HERITAGEBOT 2017
21-22 September 2017: Cassino, Italy

The aim of the Conference is to bring together researchers, industry professionals and students from the broad ranges of disciplines referring to areas of activities for Cultural Heritage, in an intimate, collegial and stimulating environment. The Conference will be held at the Aula Magna of School Engineering in the University of Cassino and South Latium in Cassino.

Read here the Conference Program (new)

Download here the Conference Proceedings (for participants)

Day 1: 21 September 2017

  • 8.00 – 12:00 Registration
  • 9.30 – 11:00 Opening act and presentation of Heritagebot project
  • 11.00 – 11:20 coffee break
  • 11.20 – 13:00 parallel technical sessions
  • 13.00 – 14:30 lunch
  • 14:30 – 18:00 visit of the Abbey of Montecassino
  • free dinner and time

Day 2: 22 September 2017

  • 9.20 – 11:00 parallel technical sessions
  • 11.00 – 11:20 coffee break
  • 11.20 – 13:00 parallel technical sessions
  • 13.00 – 14:30 lunch
  • 14:30 – 16:30 parallel technical sessions
  • 16:30 – 16:50 coffee break
  • 16:50 – 18:10 parallel technical sessions
  • 18.20 Closing act
  • 20.00–conference/gala dinner

Rooms at the School of Engineering in Via Di Biasio 43 Cassino:

A- Aula Magna at 1st floor; B- Sala Consiglio at 2nd floor

Proceeding as a volume that is published by Springer

Papers are solicited on topics related with systems developments for Cultural Heritage within aspects of theory, design, practice and applications, including but not limited to:

  • Business models and business planning: applications to Cultural Heritage
  • Creative cities & industries
  • Creative consumption
  • Documentation, Analysis & Survey of Cultural Heritage
  • Economics of Cultural Heritage
  • Economics of creative industries
  • Cultural   Heritage   and   Business   and Organizational Models
  • Cultural Heritage and Collaborative Digital Systems
  • Citizen Science for Cultural Heritage: towards a new open model
  • New technologies for cultural heritage
  • Psychology of creativity
  • Service Robotics for Cultural Heritage
  • Law’s tools for the development and innovation management in cultural heritage
  • Capital budgeting and capital structure of cultural heritage sector
  • Cultural heritage and value creation
  • New devices and procedures for Cultural Heritage
  • Reports of field applications in Cultural Heritage

Full paper should be sent in PDF format before April 1st, 2017 via web, at this link:

https://ocs.springer.com/ocs/home/heritagebot2017

Please, indicate a session title/topic in which the paper will be properly included. Notification of the acceptance after peer review will be mailed by May 10th, 2017. Final paper should be sent in PDF format via web before June 1st, 2017.

Only papers with at least one author as registered participant will be included in the Proceedings. Proceedings will be published in a Scopus indexed printed volume.

Dear Colleagues,

Due to many requests to extend the deadline, the organizing committee agreed to extend the deadline for paper submission until April 10, 2017. This will be the last chance to submit your manuscript for the Heritagebot 2017.

Please submit the paper with 8 pages maximum before April 10, 2017 to https://ocs.springer.com/ocs/home/heritagebot2017

Peer-review accepted full papers will be published in a Scopus Indexed Proceedings  Volume edited by Springer under the prestigious series of Mechanisms and Machine Science.

Notification of the acceptance after peer review will be mailed by May 10th, 2017. Final paper should be sent in PDF format via web before June 1st, 2017.

This is to invite you to contribute to the success of the Heritagebot2017 initiative with a per with your results and vision in the field of applying robots and mechatronic system in the areas of Cultural Heritage. Papers  are  solicited  on  topics  related  with systems developments for Cultural Heritage within aspects of theory, design, practice and applications, referring to Techniques, Business, Finance and Cultural Heritage.

International Workshop HERITAGEBOT 2017  on 21-22 September 2017 in  Cassino, Italy.

Detailed information can be found in the attached CFP in http://heritagebot.unicas.it/heritagebot2017

Looking forward to meeting you in Cassino at Heritagebot Workshop 2017

Marco Ceccarelli (Chair of Heritagebot 2017)

The official language of the Symposium will be English. The speakers should present their contribution in 15 min. Further 5 min are available for discussion. Slide and overhead projectors, projectors for personal computers, and VHS video system are available for presentation. Registered participants will receive one Proceedings copy at the registration desk.

Guidelines for the manuscript format will be available soon here.

The papers will be written with 11 point characters in one column on an A4 sheet. The length of papers will be limited to 8 pages.

Local committee

  • Marina Bianchi
  • Marco Ceccarelli (chair)
  • Michela Cigola
  • Francesco Ferrante
  • Carmelo Intrisano
  • Giuseppe Recinto

Secretariat e-mail: ceccarelli@unicas.it

Registration fee

PARTICIPANTS:

  • Euro 300 (before 1st June 2017)
  • Euro 400 (after 1st June 2017).

STUDENTS/ACCOMPANYING PERSONS:

  • Euro 200

The registration fee includes the complete program of the Conference and Proceedings.

Payment should be made by sending a cheque or by bank transfer to the Conference Chairman indicating Heritagebot 2017

Location

Cassino is a modern town since it has been completely rebuilt after the destruction during the World War II and it is quite famous for the Montecassino Abbey. Cassino is located just below the mountain where the Montecassino Abbey is situated.

In September the weather is fine, sunny temperatures above 20°C.

Accomodation

In Cassino there are several hotels in all the categories. The average cost for a 3-star hotel is about 70  Euro.

Early   reservation   is recommended by contacting directly hotels or through the HERITAGE 2017 Secretariat.

A list of hotels will be sent to the authors and to registered persons.

Travel information

Cassino can be reached easily both by train and by car. There are hourly trains from Rome to Cassino; the trip takes approximately two hours.

An exit of the Highway A1 is located at Cassino and a car trip from Rome may take one hour and a half. A pick up service by bus will be provided from and to Rome airport.