I would like to inform you that the proceedings of CHNT 21 2016 will be published as special issue in the online journal Studies in Digital Heritage (SDH: www.studiesdh.org).
Studies in Digital Heritage is a new online, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing articles showing how technology can support innovative research in the field of cultural heritage. The editors-in-chief, Bernard FRISCHER and Gabriele GUIDI as well as members of the SDH editorial board are grateful to CHNT for choosing the journal as the publication outlet for the Proceedings of CHNT 2016. Their goal is to bring out the Proceedings as a special issue of SDH prior to CHNT 22 (November 8-10, 2017).
In the last years 50 – 60 papers were published in the CHNT-proceedings – this means at least two reviewers for each paper would be needed.
We are searching for peer reviewers!
The International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies invites peer reviewers who are experts in the subdisciplines of the conference 2016 (see below). If you are interested in serving as a peer reviewer and fulfill the given prerequisites, please send us an e-mail no later than January 31st, 2017 – mailto:email@example.com and list your review interests.
If you are interested in joining the CHNT Review College, please send us an e-mail mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org including the following items:
- Name, address, affiliation, e-mail
- Area of expertise (please provide as many details as possible) – see list below
- The year when you last attended a CHNT conference
- Please send us a list of your publications
- Please indicate if you are available for the upcoming review period (February 10, 2017 to May 30, 2017
Benefits of CHNT Review College Membership
- A list of active members of the CHNT Review College will soon be available on the CHNT web site, so reviewers gain visibility for themselves and their institutions.
- You are supporting the academic community by providing constructive feedback on new research, helping to ensure both the quality and integrity of published work in your field.
- Participating in processes to improve editorial work.
- It is a way to give back to your professional community.
Subdisciplines of the conference:
- Cultural Heritage
- New Technologies in Archaeology
- Digital Research Data
- Open Archival Information Systems (OAIS)
- Excavation Data
- Archaeological Information Systems (AIS)
- Long term preservation
- Data Archives
- Collaboration visualization
- Physical and digital archaeological practice
- virtual, augmented reality and other techniques in Cultural Heritage
- integration between archaeology and history
- anthropology and forensics of human/animal remains and graves
- Experimental archaeology
- Potential of Social Data in Archaeology
- 3D reconstruction
- Mobile Applications for Survey, Documentation and Information
- Photogrammetry in Underwater and Aerial Archaeology
If you have further questions, please do not hestitate to contact us