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American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meetings (ASOR 2011)

On
 15
 February
 2011
 abstracts
 are
 due
 for
 the
 American
 Schools
 of
 Oriental
 Research
 Annual
 Meetings
 (ASOR
 2011),
 to
 be
 held
 in
 San
 Francisco,
 CA
 from
 16‐19
 November
 2011;
 abstracts
 may
 be
 submitted
 with
 a
 late
 fee
 until
 1
 March
 2011.
 Abstracts
 for
 papers
 that
 fit
 into
 the
 sessions
 described
 in
 the
 list
 of
 2011
 sessions
 should
 be
 submitted
 via
 the
 online
 abstract
 submission
 database
 on
 the
 ASOR
 website
 (http://www.asor.org); 
applicants 
are
 strongly 
urged 
to
 email 
the
 Session 
Chair
 in
 advance
 of
 the
 deadline.
 Presentations
 that
 do
 not
 fit
 into
 established
 sections
 are
 also
 invited,
 and
 should
 be
 tagged
 "Individual
 Submissions"
 on
 the
 online
 database.
 Submissions
 must
 be
 made
 by
 email.
 On
 15
 August
 2011
 messages
 of
 intent
 for
 participation
 in
 the
 "Projects
 on
 Parade"
 poster
 session
 are
 due
 to
 Morag
 Kersel
 at
 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Further
 information,
 including
 rules
 for
 participation,
 sections
 planned
 for
 ASOR
 2011,
 format
 of
 and
 procedure
 for
 submitting
 abstracts,
 and
 all
 necessary
 forms
 are
 available
 at
 http://www.asor.org.

 

23rd International Symposium of the International Committee for Architectural Photogrammetry (CIPA 2011)

On
 21
 February 
2011 
abstracts 
are
 due 
for 
the 23rd
 International
 Symposium
 of 
the
 International
 Committee
 for
 Architectural 
Photogrammetry
 (CIPA 
2011),
 to 
be 
held
 on
 12‐16
 September
 2011
 in
 Prague,
 Czech
 Republic.
 On
 21
 April
 2011
 full
 paper
 uploads
 are
 due.
 Abstracts
 (200‐600
 words
 in
 English)
 must
 be
 submitted
 (single‐spaced
 Times
 New
 Roman,
 12‐pitch
 typeface)
 using
 the
 template
 posted
 on
 the
 symposium
 web
 site
 (http://www.cipa2011.cz/cipa/index.htm)
 to
 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,
 and
 should
 include
 paper
 title,
 authors,
 authors'
 affiliations,
 keywords,
 topics,
 and
 the
 text
 followed
 with
 one 
or 
two 
pictures 
(if
 necessary).
The 
symposium 
topics
 will 
include:

Recording,
 documentation
 and
 information
 management
 of
 cultural
 heritage,
 and
 archaeological 
and 
architectural
 heritage
 conservation

Terrestrial/aerial
 photogrammetry
 and
 applications
 to
 cultural 
heritage

Terrestrial/aerial 
laser 
scanning, 
mobile 
mapping, 
and
 applications
 to
 cultural 
heritage

Remote
 sensing 
and 
applications 
for 
cultural 
heritage

GIS 
for 
cultural 
heritage
 documentation 
and
 applications

3‐D 
Modeling, 
animation,
 reconstruction, 
and 
visualization 
of
 cultural 
heritage

Web
 techniques 
regarding
 cultural
 heritage

Multi‐sensor
 systems 
for 
cultural
 heritage
 and
 new
 sensors

Intellectual 
property 
and
 open
 source
 relating 
to
 cultural 
heritage

Standards/guidelines 
for 
documentation 
of 
cultural 
heritage

Strategies
 for
 long‐term
 archiving
 of
 digital
 information
 of
 cultural
 heritage,
 prevention
 of
 cultural
 heritage 
against 
risk/hazard

Education, 
training,
 and 
communication

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