Call for Papers
Chairs: Martina POLIG | Nadine Alpino
(Cyprus Institute in Nicosia, Cyprus | DOKU PLUS S.à r.l., Luxembourg)
Keywords: student, PhD/Master, Best student paper, free admission
A crucial aspect of CHNT is that it brings together researchers from different fields and backgrounds, creating a platform that enables and promotes the exchange of ideas. This discussion can only benefit from the input and perspectives of the young scientific generation. Their participation enriches the scientific ambient with their fresh views and gives them the opportunity to confront themselves with their peers in the context of an international conference. Therefore, we invite students and recent graduates to present their ongoing or finished Master or PhD thesis at the conference. New ideas, new ways of thinking, clever solutions, workarounds and critical thoughts are especially welcome.
The topic of the presentation should be within the scope of cultural heritage and new technologies. However, presentations that are within this year’s main topic “The World´s Heritage in the Digital Age – New Technologies towards sustainable research, conservation and communication” will be given preference. The session wants to encourage young scientists to present for their first time at an international conference. Only presenters, who have not yet given a presentation in this session will be accepted.
To facilitate and encourage the participation, the conference organizers agreed that every presenter will get free admission to the conference. Furthermore, accepted speakers will be considered for the Best Student Paper award of CHNT and have the possibility to win the price of publishing their paper in the journal “Open Archaeology”.
Send us your submission until September 3, 2021