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    Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

 Morning Session

Auditorium in the Library - Room 146

 Afternoon Session

Room 570 - Education Building - 5th Floor 

09:30  10:00  Registration

 Official Opening -  Welcoming Remarks

  • Opening: Prof. Tsvi Kuflik, University of  Haifa
  • H.E. Francesco Maria Talo, Ambassador of Italy in Israel
  • Prof. Gustavo Mesch – Rector of the University of Haifa
  • Prof. Martin Golumbic - Founding Director of CRI, Initiator of the Joint Collaboration
  • Prof. Oliviero Stock – FBK-irst Initiator of the joint collaboration
10:30–11:00 Coffee break
11:00–11:30 Antonio Kruger Smart Cultural Environments: Challenges and Benefits
11:30–12:00 Oliviero Stock Reflecting on Intelligent Persuasion Technology for Cultural Heritage Appreciation
12:00–12:30 Tsvi Kuflik The Museum as a Living Lab
12:3013:30 Lunch break - Education Building 6th Floor, Caesarea 
 Advanced Technologies in the Museum
13:30–14:00 Joel Lanir Shared Mobile Displays and their Use in a Museum Setting
14:00–14:30 Massimo Zancanaro  Material Encounters in Museums: the Mesch Project Experience
14:30–15:00 Einat Minkov Graph-based Recommendation Integrating Rating History and Domain Knowledge: Application to On-Site Guidance of Museum Visitors
15:00–15:30 Charles Callaway Knowing what Groups of Visitors are Doing in the Museum
15:30–15:45 Coffee break
15:45–18:00 Visit to the Hecht Museum + Demonstrations
18:00 Reception and Musical Event - Hecht Auditorium
Special Event Honoring Prof. Martin Golumbic

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Room 570 - Education Building - 5th Floor 

Machine Vision and Intelligent User Interfaces in the Museum  
09:00–09:30 Fabio Remondino 3D imaging and Cultural Heritage - Latest Development in Technologies and Processing Methods
09:30–10:00 Moayad Mokatran Listen to What You Look at: Combining an Audio Guide with a Mobile Eye Tracker on the Go
10:00–10:30 Ilan Shimshoni Feature Curves in Range Images with Application to Archaeology
10:3011:00         Coffee break 
11:00–11:30 Natalia Weinstein Towards Using Mobile, Head-Worn Displays in Cultural Heritage: User Requirements
 Games and Gaming
11:30–12:00 Antonio Origlia On the Role of Playful Games in Stimulating Curiosity towards Cultural Heritage
12:00–12:30 Susan Hazan Pokémon in the Museum
12:30–13:00 Maria Francesca Costabile Enriching People's Experience with Archaeological Parks through Pervasive Technology
13:00–14:00 Lunch break
Beyond the Museum
14:00–14:30 Julia Sheidin Research, Industry and In-betweens
14:30–15:00 Yoel Mansfeld Between ICT, Heritage and the Tourist: What about the Host Community?
15:00–15:30 Ammazia Peled Visualization  Cultural Heritage Documentation
15:30–16:00 Alan Wecker AMuse–An Initial Plan to Associate Museum Visits to Outdoor Cultural Heritage Activities
16:00–16:15 Coffee break 
The Museums’ Point of View
16:15–16:45 Eynat Sharon Between Digital and Practical Working Digitally in a Museum – The Tower of David
16:45–17:15 Nadav Kashtan The New Museum and its Limits in Conserving Cultural Heritage
17:15–18:00 Closing Discussion – The Interrelationships between Museums and Research
19:3021:30 Presenters Dinner at Ben Ezra Hadayag (Atlit)