Call for Papers

The 20th Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH 2022) aims to engage practitioners and researchers across the world working at the interface of novel digital technologies and cultural heritage. This year, the event will take place from September 28th to September 30th at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands. EG GCH will run in a hybrid format, but we are looking forward to receiving many of you if circumstances permit.

GCH 2022 welcomes presentations of new research, projects and applications that demonstrate how computer graphics and other digital technologies are impacting cultural heritage research, preservation and dissemination and promoting sustainable cultural tourism. Specific sessions will be organised for active networking to seek new challenges and projects involving different stakeholders of the Heritage ecosystem. Hence, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches are particularly welcome to the event. 

For the research community, GCH 2022 will provide an excellent scientific forum to exchange novel ideas and developments as well as to identify future research and application opportunities. For practitioners, GCH 2022 will provide a unique opportunity to feed into technical developments as well as to identify new techniques and ideas which can be transferred into practice. 

The event seeks different types of contributions including: 

  1. Research papers: original and innovative research (maximum 10 pages inc. references) 
  2. Short papers: update of ongoing research activities or projects (maximum 4 pages inc. references) 
  3. Posters: overview of activities or national/international interdisciplinary projects (500 words abstract) 
  4. Panel sessions/Tutorials: for multidisciplinary/industry-oriented projects



Topics Contributions are solicited (but not limited to) in the following topics: 

  • Digitisation of Cultural Heritage resources, such as 3D scanning, motion capture, multispectral imaging, X-ray, terahertz imaging¬†
  • Visual data analysis, processing and fusion¬†
  • Digital libraries, archiving and long-term preservation of 3D documents¬†
  • Visualisation and virtual museums¬†
  • Multi-modal and interactive environments¬†
  • Spatial and mobile augmentation of physical collections with digital presentations¬†
  • Digital fabrication, including subtractive and additive methods such as 3D printing¬†
  • Technologies for providing sustainable tourism solutions¬†
  • Technologies for Museum Design¬†

Important dates

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Full papers

May 13th
June 17th

June 17th
July 11th

July 18th
July 29th

Short papers

June 27th
July 18th

July 18th
August 5th
August 26th
Tutorials June 27th
July 18th
July 18th
August 5th
August 26th
Posters August 29th September 7th

September 14th

All deadlines are UTC 23:59


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