Thursday, 10 October, 2019 to Friday, 11 October, 2019


Seize the chance to experience first-class speakers from world-leading science, technology and cultural institutions discussing the potential of cultural heritage data and technology for various domains. Take the unique opportunity to connect with internationally renowned representatives from high-profile businesses, Ministries and funding bodies as well as researchers and scientists from academic and cultural institutions.

The Time Machine project aims to develop the Big Data of the Past, creating a huge distributed digital information system mapping the European social, cultural and geographical evolution across times. This large-scale digitisation and computing infrastructure will enable Europe to turn its long history, as well as its multilingualism and multiculturalism, into a living social and economic resource.

By pushing the frontiers of scientific research in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), Time Machine will strongly impact key sectors of European economy: ICT software, especially Aug-mented/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) appli-cations; the creative industries; and tourism. Moreover, it will offer new perspectives in urban planning, land management and developing smart cities.

The Time Machine Conference 2019 takes place at the Deutsche Hygiene Museum in Dresden, Germany. Our project partners from Picturae will a poster presentation on "The digital future of natural history collections". You can find the intruiging postere here.

The registration for the event is free and will be open until October 3rd.