Thank You, Time Travelers!

Thank you for participating in Time Machine 2019 Conference! You were a part of what made it brilliant!
It was amazing to see our staff, volunteers, exhibitors, speakers, and attendees all come together to make the Time Machine Conference possible. We are thoroughly grateful that you came along for the ride and trusted us. We are grateful for your preparation, excitement and kindness on-site.

Please let us share some follow up information and media with you:

Photos of the Time Machine Conference
We just uploaded some photographic impressions of the Time Machine 2019 Conference to the website:
https://conference.timemachine.eu/index.php/photos/

Knowledge Report
Would you like to follow up the Time Machine Conference discussions? Our colleagues from TORUS currently prepare a knowledge report about the most relevant outcomes from all sessions. The full report will be published on the same page at the end of November 2019. A teaser is available at:
https://conference.timemachine.eu/index.php/knowledge-report/

Time Machine Newsletter: Special Conference Edition
We are currently compiling a special edition of our newsletter to accent highlights of the conference and provide you with a comprehensive review of this successful and inspirational event. Please be kindly invited to
subscribe to catch all the spotlights and knowledge insights from the conference and stay in the loop of our upcoming activities.

Welcome, time traveler!

In case you were not able to watch any of our online warm-up sessions during the September, today at 2 pm CEST we are going to do a wrap-up of our learning. It is our last call to be part of the most ambitious cultural heritage event of 2019: the Time Machine Conference 2019, October 10-11, in Dresden!

Watch today’s session here

#1 Accessing Pasts and Futures: Archivology and Big Data Help Recover Our Memories of Time (with Thomas Aigner from PhD in History from the University of Vienna and President of Icarus — International Center for Archival Research)
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#2 How to Build a Time Machine: Science and Technology to access our cultural roots in new ways (with Andreas Maier and Gus Rivas of FAU Germany)
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#3 Innovation, Outreach and Access for the Time Machine Organization: exploring research dissemination and innovation (with Sander Münster, from TU Dresden)
· Video & Article

#4 How Time Machine Works: Operating a major cultural heritage compilation project (with Daniel Jeller, Icarus)
· Video & Article

 

See you there!

Time Machine Conference Dinner

We like to invite you to the Time Machine Conference Dinner.

The conference dinner & evening ceremony will be held in the atrium of the historic Dresden castle on October 10 starting at 8 pm.

Enjoy great food and talks. There will be opportunity to connect to people from all over Europe, enjoy VR experiences and to visit the famous Saxon Art Collections in a special night tour.

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

Programme:

· 7:30 pm  admission

· 8:00 pm  Welcome address – buffet opening and exploration of VR experiences

· 9:00 pm  visit of the Neues Grünes Gewölbe in the Dresden castle with live speakers

 

featured image Event in the atrium of the historic Dresden castle, copyright: Jürgen Lösel, MSU Museen erleben GmbH

Time Machine, reaching all audiences: a panel with public broadcasters

We are proud to present this special panel, where we will have a closer look at audiences, how they can be reached and which benefits can be gained by doing so. We will approach this topic from three different angles with the help of three different speakers.

Starting off Chantal Bernheim will bring a concrete case to the table, of how public broadcasters can benefit from such a collaboration, using Notre Dame as a focus.

Followed by an analysis about the importance of a collaboration across media, technology and different storytellers by Mike Matton.

Finally Grace Zakka will advance the topic in a political scale and discuss the importance of an international collaboration that goes beyond borders.

Join us on 10th of October 2019, 4.30PM at Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden!

Conference Warm Up

As part of a partnership between TORUS and Time Machine Organisation, and seeking to broaden access to the event’s learnings, throughout September, every Thursday, we will have a live online meeting with the speakers who are part of the conference’s program. Meetings will be in English and you can access them by registering here:

Register here for free for our online conference warm-up sessions. Every Thursday, starting on Sep 5th until the conference.

Registration is open now

We are happy to announce, that the registration for the Time Machine Conference 2019 is open now!

You can register at the external link. Please note: The number of participants is limited. We reserve the right to make a selection to ensure a balance between the different stakeholder organizations. Early bird registration is highly recommended.

Read more about the venue and early bird hotel options here.

We are looking forward to meet you for some exciting conference days at the beautiful city of Dresden.

Time Machine 2019 Announced

The Time Machine Conference 2019 will take place on October 10-11, 2019 at Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden in Dresden, Germany.

Register now to hear speakers from Europe’s most prestigious science, technology and cultural institutions discuss the potential of cultural heritage data for education, creative and media industries, entertainment, urban planning, policymaking and more.

Get connected with companies and academia from all over Europe that are realising the potential of cultural heritage data for scholarship, education, creative and media industries, entertainment, urban planning, policy making and more.

The registration is free and will be opened in the next days.

We will keep you updated on the most ambitious cultural heritage event of 2019!