CIPA workshop „Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries“ 2019 – A summary

The junior research group UrbanHistory4D hosted the workshop „Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries“ under the patronage of CIPA on 10-11 Oct ober 2019 in Dresden. Organized by Florian Niebling (Universität Würzburg), Heike Messemer (Universität Würzburg) and Sander Münster (TU Dresden), it was a joint international event of the University of Würzburg and the Technical University Dresden. The workshop took place at the Deutsche Hygiene-Museum in Dresden and was co-located with the Time Machine Conference.

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Urban History 4D @ CIPA 2019 in Ávila

In September the research group was happy to present their recent work at the CIPA 2019 in Ávila. Four of our researchers travelled to the beautiful Ávila, a Spanish fortified city located about 2 hours west of Madrid. The fortification is well known and certainly played a role when Ávila was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. The imposing Walls of Ávila were built from the 11th to the 14th centuries.

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CIPA Workshop on Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries 2019 in Dresden

The registration for the Time Machine 2019 conference is now open. Registration is free of charge. We strongly recommend to register as early as possible as the number of participants is limited: REGISTER NOW!

The CIPA Workshop on Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries takes place on October 10-11, 2019 at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Dresden, Germany (DEADLINE EXTENTION: July 21st, 2019).

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Journal article about Urban History 4D in c’t

The recent edition of the IT journal c’t (15/2019) features an article about the junior research group Urban History 4D. The article presents functionalities and potentials of the 4D browser as well as the AR application developed by the research group. Moreover it reflects the work of Urban History 4D in respect of the European project Time Machine.

To see the article visit the c’t website.