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Dear Time Machine friends!


There is always a lot going on within the Time Machine project, and we are delighted to now be able to share more of this with you.

As you may have heard, the European Commission is currently exploring how the existing Horizon 2020 programme will be transformed into the new Horizon Europe programme which will start in 2021. As it has become fairly clear that new “flagships” will no longer be part of the future framework programme, the Commission is actively engaging in discussion and consultation regarding which solutions can be found for the current CSAs in Horizon Europe. For instance, perhaps in the form of "partnerships" or new “missions” that are currently on the table.

Recent discussions in Brussels indicate that there will be a proper landing place for our project by next year within Horizon 2020. Thus, we encourage our 400+ partners to co-shape the programme by answering massively to the EU survey "Horizon Europe Co-design 2021-2024". The survey will close on 8 September 2019. 
Survey

*Time Machine roadmap survey*


The Time Machine Roadmaps - Mapping the Future


The key objective of the Time Machine CSA project is to produce a full Large-Scale Research Initiative proposal to develop the Big Data of the Past – a widely distributed digital information system mapping the European social, cultural and geographical evolution. 

The methodology for building the overall roadmap of Time Machine envisages the elaboration of draft roadmaps for each pillar by working groups composed of consortium experts and subsequent consultations with the largest possible number of relevant external stakeholders. These consultations will enable the consortium to finalise the pillar roadmaps in a way that reflects the needs and expectations of a pan-European ecosystem that has been built around Time Machine and is currently expanding rapidly.

To provide information on Time Machine`s fields of intervention and to gather feedback from various interest groups to further shape the Time Machine project, we invite you to take our corresponding survey.
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The Time Machine Organisation


The recently founded Time Machine Organisation aims to become the leading international organisation for cooperation in technology, science and cultural heritage. As the institutional framework of the Time Machine project, it is counting on your participation to ensure the sustainability and economic independence of the project.

The Time Machine Organisation's formation process will begin with the constitutional general assembly during the Time Machine 2019 conference in Dresden (DE).
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*Save the date*


Time Machine 2019 Conference | 10-11 October 2019
Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden


Hear speakers from Europe’s leading science, technology and cultural institutions discuss the potential of cultural heritage data for education, creative and media industries, entertainment, urban planning, policymaking and more.

Meet and connect with companies and academics from throughout Europe who are actively working to realise the vast potential of our cultural heritage across fields and industries.
We recommend to register quickly as the number of participants is limited!
Register now

*Save the date*
 

Time Machine for Digital Heritage & Humanities Research | 27th International CIPA symposium in Ávila (ES)


On 5 September 2019 we will be hosting a workshop on "Time Machine for Digital Heritage & Humanities Research" at the 27th International CIPA symposium in Ávila (ES). Our workshop invites participants to explore the potential of Time Machine for digital heritage scholarship and how it can be a soruce of prolonged and innovative reflections within the digital heritage and humanities.
More details will be available on the conference website soon.
CIPA

*rewind*

 

Emerging Technologies Enriching Cultural Heritage 


At the Digital Assembly 2019 we were invited to showcase two interactive elements from project partners: Diamond & Age-Old Cities virtual reality.

Thank you to our partners Ubisoft, Iconem and the Institut du Monde Arabe for their inspiring work on Age-Old Cities. You can also experience it yourself at the Kunsthalle Museum in Bonn (DE) from August 30th to November 3rd, 2019.
Event photos and videos

*bits and bites*

Curious to learn more about our Local Time Machines?
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