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Centre for Digital Heritage Internal Conference

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K/133 Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre

Department of Archaeology

King's Manor

York

YO1 7EP

United Kingdom

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Half day conference for staff and students at University of York who are engaged with research on the broad theme of Digital Heritage.

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In recent years the Centre for Digital Conference has been hosted by our international partners but in 2019 the international conference will take a break. We consider this the perfect opportunity to reinvigorate the Centre for Digital Heritage in York by holding a university event. We will host a half day conference in the afternoon of Monday 24th June 2019 at King’s Manor. The conference will consist of short introductory papers discussing the variety of projects ongoing or completed across the University. It will conclude with a wine reception, demonstrations and launch of the new Digital Archaeology and Heritage Lab at King’s Manor.

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1300 – 1310 Welcome

Julian Richards

1310 – 1325 Visualising and Auralising the History of Parliament: the St Stephen’s Project and Listening to the Commons

John Cooper, Damian Murphy & Catriona Cooper

1325 – 1340 Creating Immersive Experiences for Heritage: Exploring Forms and Workflows.

Guy Schofield, Jonathan Hook, Gareth Beale & Nicole Beale

1340 – 1355 Engaging with cultural heritage through a virtual choir

Helena Daffern & Joe Rees-Jones

1355 – 1410 A Cyborg Archaeology

Colleen Morgan

1410 – 1425 ARCHAIDE: The Archaeorevolution is coming - a mobile app for automated pottery identification

Tim Evans & Holly Wright

1425 – 1440 XR Stories: The Future of Immersive and Interactive Storytelling

Damian Murphy

1440 – 1500 Discussion

1500 – 1520 Coffee

1520 – 1535 Urban regeneration, local heritage and immersive technologies

Dawn Hadley & Catriona Cooper

1535 – 1550 Cathedral Acoustics: the use of acoustic measurements and computer simulations to preserve intangible heritage

Lidia Alvarez Morales

1550 – 1605 DEBS: Designing digital tools for community-led graveyard recording

Toby Pillatt and Debbie Maxwell

1605 – 1620 Recent developments in digital public engagement at Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture (CSCC)

Dee Dyas, Patrick Gibbs, Louise Hampson & James Osborn

1620 – 1635 Taking Jersey Digital – Adventures in Digital Excavation Recording at Elizabeth Castle

James Taylor, Catriona Cooper & Helen Goodchild

1635 – 1655 Discussion

1655 – 1700 Round-up

1700 Move to Digital Archaeology and Heritage Lab (K/G60)

1730 Digital Lab Launch

Nicky Milner

1730 – 1900 Posters, demonstrations and Wine Reception

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