04 November 2019 to 06 November 2019
Vienna, Austria

CHNT 24 2019 

Large urban development projects face a challenge for organisations and individuals in order to preserve as much of the cultural heritage in the cities concerned as possible.

Computational approaches: 

  • assist monument protection agencies in collaboration with urban planners to find the optimal compromise in terms of urban needs and preservation of known cultural heritage
  • support the efficient documentation of monuments and archaeological sites before their destruction in the course of urban development activities
  • include new and attractive methods of informing the public

They are indispensable in all steps of a large urban development project 

The organisers of CHNT 24 invite everyone to submit their contribution as long abstract.
The Urban Archaeology of Vienna will publish the proceedings online and open access. Publication is only possible for contributions held with at least one presenter who showed up at the conference.

Deadline: 10th July 2019 

One of the Round Tables will be dedicated to FAIR Archaeology

Choose the SESSION or the ROUND TABLE or POSTER where you intend to present. 

Please see the rules of contribution, the programme and all the sessions on the website page 

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