Conference „Scientific Computing and Computational Humanities“ in Heidelberg

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5nd Conference „Scientific Computing and Computational Humanities“
SCCH 2015
November 23rd-25th 2015, IWH, Heidelberg, Germany

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Dear Colleagues,

IWR (Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Scientific Computing) and the Heidelberg University in collaboration with the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities are organizing the fifth conference on topics of computational and mathematical methods with applications to the humanities.

Traditionally, the conference is scheduled in autumn: Nov 23rd-25th 2015. The conference is planned to synch with some local satellite workshops. More details will be published on the web site:
** Registration opens May 1st 2015 **

To facilitate the submission, we use Easy Chair to handle the paper submission and review. Please log in to Easy Chair to submit your paper abstract. Details are given on the conference web page.

Important Dates:
Submission opens: April 25th, 2015
Abstract Submission Deadline: June 25th, 2015
Author Notification: July 25th, 2015
Registration Opens: May 1st, 2015
Early Registration Deadline: September 1st, 2015
Online Registration closes: October 15th, 2015
Paper Submission Deadline: November 1st, 2015
Conference: November 23rd – 25th, 2015

Important facts:

* „Best Student Award“ of SCCH 2015 endowed with a prize money of 300.- Euro
* Travel support for students are available (4 support scholarships of 400.- Euro each). Contact us for
application procedure
* Oral presentations (25 minutes) and poster presentations
* Venue: IWH
* Special topics of SCCH 2015 (scheduled for mini sessions)
-Information Systems for Digital Cultural Heritage
-Machine Learning and Pattern Matching
-Computer Applications in Prehistoric Research
-Handwriting Recognition & Digital Palaeography
-Legal Rights and Digital Data
-Historical Geographic Information Systems
-Automation in Archaeological Prospection
-Historical Geotagging

* General topics include, but not limited to
-2D/3D reconstruction and modelling
-Reassembly of artefacts from fragments
-Fully and semi-automated systems for Epigraphy
-Archaeography (analysis of historical documents)
-Computer Vision applications in Cultural Heritage
-Volume-based analysis and visualizations/Computer Tomography
-Infrared and Spectral imaging and analysis
-Advanced technical tools for experts in the field of computational humanities
-Museum applications
-Presentation of cultural content with multimedia tools
-Design methods for documentation systems and components
-Archaeological applications
-Shape representation for free-form modeling (statues, bones, etc.)
-Excavation’s historical documentation from multimedia data

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Scientific Computing and Computational Humanities 2015
Dr. Michael J. Winckler, Head of Organization
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