Day 1

Monday
September 2, 2024

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
INTRODUCTION
09.30 – 10.00 Words of Welcome
Peter Aufreiter, Director General TMW and Marie Gilbertova, ICOM-CIMUSET Chair
Claudia Plakolm, Federal Chancellery of Austria, State Secretary for Digital Affairs and e-government agendas
10:00-10:30

Keynote

What are museums for? Democracy, participation, and science communication in post-digital times.
 Sarah Davies, University of Vienna (Austria)

10.30 – 10.50 Coffee break
DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY
10:50 – 11:20

Keynote

Paradigm shifts of inclusivity and participation in science museums and sci-tech centres.
Ceren Güneröz, Ankara University (Turkey)

11.20 – 12.15

Panel 1: Science Communication. Chair: NN

Digital technologies in Polish science and technology museums.
Ewa Wyka, Polish Academy of Sciences, Jagiellonian University Museum (Poland)

Social networks and websites of science museums: a study on the impact, models and actions of science communication.
Luís Amorim*, Monique Ferraz Costa, Museu da Vida Fiocruz, Casa de Oswaldo Cruz (Brazil)

Practice and Reflection on the Integration of Science Popularization and Intangible Heritage Education.
Song Ji, Wuhan Science and Technology Museum (China)

12.15 – 13.15

Panel 2: Online Collections. Chair: NN

Are digital scientific collections collaborating for science communication?
João Paulo Rodrigues dos Santos, Barbara Dias, Diego Vaz Bevilaqua*, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Brazil)

The specifics of the management of technical heritage collections and their online access. An example of the ongoing research project of the Technical Museum in Brno, Czech Republic.
Pavla Stöhrová*, Petra Mertová, Technical Museum in Brno (Czech Republic)

Digitisation of collections in Slovak museums on the example of Slovak Technical Museum.
Jan Dolák, Ľuboš Kačírek, Lenka Vargová*, Slovak Technical Museum – Museum of Transport and Comenius University (Slovakia)

13.15 – 14.15 Lunch Break
14.15 – 15.45

Panel 3: Participation. Chair: NN

Encouraging Audiences to Use the Digitally Accessible Resources of Museums.
Anna Pluszyńska, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Preservation, Partnerships, and Participations: Ingenium’s Approach to Researching and Sharing Digital Collections.
Emily Gann*, Monique Horth, Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation (Canada)

Among Accessible Museums Project: Access Through Museum Education.
Camila Oliveira, Museu do Amanhã (Brazil)

User-Generated Content (UGC): How Museums Can Use it to Engage Audiences.
Lara Corona, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Spain)

The power of participation: User-generated content in museum exhibitions.
Valerie-Therese Taus, MUSIS – Der steirische Museumsverband (Austria)

15.45 – 16.00 Coffee Break
16.00 – 17.15

Panel 4: Art and Research. Chair: NN

Digitizing the Past, Driving Discovery – A Digitization Project on Objects from Early Belgrade’s Chemistry Labs Inspiring Multifaceted Data Exploration.
Sladjana Savic*, Vesna Milanovic Mastrapovic, Lidija Ralevic, Snezana Bojovic, Biljana Tomasevic, Goran Roglic, Veselin Milunovic, Branislav Vojnovic, Bogdan Solaja, Aleksandar Kostic, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

How can digital approaches enhance artefact research and display: The case of steam engine models at the Deutsches Museum.
Panagiotis Poulopoulos, Deutsches Museum München (Germany)

Exploring the Intersection of Scientific Knowledge and Art: Utilising Museums and Science Centers for Science Communication in Education.
Paraskevi Siginou*, Eirini Gkouskou, Hellenic Open University, University College London (Greece, Great Britain)

Not For Your Eyes Only – digital co-created contents to play the noise of art.
Elena Santi*, Nicola Orio, Daniel Zilio, Chiara Marin, Andrea Micheletti, Sara Cavinato, University Museums Center – University of Padua, Meeple srl (Italy)

17.15 – 18.00 Wrap up and general reflections on the day. Chair: NN
18.30 – 21.00 Dinner

Day 2

Tuesday
September 3, 2024

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
COLLECTING THE DIGITAL
09.30 – 10.00 Keynote

Collecting the Digital: What and how?
Dragan Espenschied, Rhizome, New Museum NYC (USA)

10.00 – 11.00 Panel 5: Strategies for Collecting the Digital. Chair: NN

Digital Dialogues: Fostering Museum-Community. Partnerships for Sustainable Heritage Preservation.
Olli Nordling, The Finnish Postal Museum, Finnish Museum of Games and Rupriikki Media Museum of the Tampere Historical Museums

Considering a New Microformat for Deep Archiving of the Web.
Boštjan Špetič, Borut Kumperščak, Marko Štamcar, Gaja Zornada*, Computer History Museum Slovenia (Računalniški muzej)

The Software Archive and Collection of the Vienna Museum of Technology.
Nika Maltar, Martina Griesser-Stermscheg*

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
11.30 – 13.00 Panel 6: How to use AI? Chair: NN

How a mouse trap can make us reflect on what role artificial intelligence should play in our lives.
Jacob Thorek Jensen, Danish Museum of Science and Technology (Denmark)

Exploring ‘New Realities’: Bridging Society and Digital Technology through Image AI Exhibition.
Annabelle Hornung, Museum of Communication Nuremberg (Germany)

The near future: Using AI technology to create interactive sci-fi experiences based on visitor interests in science and technology museums.
Yasaman haji Esmaili, Kimia (Fatemeh) AMINI khoshouei*, STUDIO 4, Iranian National Museum of Science & Technology (INMOST) (Iran)

Indigenous Arctic Fish Skin: Material Cultural Preservation in the Digital Age.
Elisa Palomino, Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (USA)

13.00 – 14.15 Lunch Break
DIGITAL PRACTICE
14.15 – 14.45 Introducing the workshop topics and goals (and finding your way to the workshop locations)
14.45 – 16.45 Workshops: Digital practice at TMW. Chair: Angela Galizia (tbc)

  1. Playful Collecting: The Software Archive and CollectionNika Maltar
  2. High-tech visualisation and popularisation: AR-supported APP-based technologyWalter Szevera
  3. techLAB: The museum’s maker spaceChristopher Roither
  4. “Tech Made Easy!” Designing involving online courses for educatorsMaria Maurer
  5. The impact of digitalisation on exhibitionsJürgen Öhlinger
  6. Digital LeadershipNN
  7. Immersive Museum SpacesElisabeth Limbeck
  8. Digitization, long-term archiving, and the use of AI in audiovisual archivesMarion Jaks, Stefan Kaltseis
  9. Online workshops for people with dementia – (how) does it work?Manuela Gallistl
  10. Digital LiteracyFranziska Mühlbacher
  11. Digital Dynamo: Navigating the Social Media LandscapeLiisa Hättasch
  12. “Women at Work”: More than an online exhibitionCarla Camilleri, Viktoria Calvo-Tomek, Lukas Scheibenpflug
16.45 – 17.00 Coffee Break
17.00 – 18.30 Sharing the WORKSHOP RESULTS and plenary discussion. Chair: NN
18.30 – 21.00 Dinner

Day 3

Wednesday September 4, 2024

14.45 – 16.00CIMUSET Awards Winner Announcement and CIMUSET General Assembly

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
VIRTUAL DESIGN
09.30 – 10.30 Panel 7: Virtual Design. Chair: NN

Between Real and Virtual – Embodied Digitalization Design in Science Museum.
Lu Jingui, Huang Yaping, Zhang Na, Yang Yujuan*, Guangdong Science Center (China)

Museum without Relics: A Case Study of Establishment of Hue Digital Museum through Korea-Vietnam ODA Strategy.
Bae Seohyeun, Du Jieon, Kim Eunseo*, Ahn Jaehong, The Graduate School of Culture Technology, Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)

Digital and screenless: The Compass and the Explorers.
Anaïs Raynaud, Musée des Arts et Métiers (France)

Collections and archives in the digital space.
Md. Touhidul Hassan, National Museum of Science and Technology Dhaka (Bangladesh)

10.45-11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 12.30 Panel 8: Not confirmed yet.
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Break
13.30 – 14.30 Closing remarks and final discussion
14.30 – 14.45 Break

Scientific Committee

* Programme subject to changes

Day 1

Monday
September 2, 2024

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
INTRODUCTION
09.30 – 10.00 Words of Welcome
Peter Aufreiter, Director General TMW and Marie Gilbertova, ICOM-CIMUSET Chair
Claudia Plakolm, Federal Chancellery of Austria, State Secretary for Digital Affairs and e-government agendas
10:00-10:30

Keynote

What are museums for? Democracy, participation, and science communication in post-digital times.
 Sarah Davies, University of Vienna (Austria)

10.30 – 10.50 Coffee break
DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY
10:50 – 11:20

Keynote

Paradigm shifts of inclusivity and participation in science museums and sci-tech centres.
Ceren Güneröz, Ankara University (Turkey)

11.20 – 12.15

Panel 1: Science Communication. Chair: NN

Digital technologies in Polish science and technology museums.
Ewa Wyka, Polish Academy of Sciences, Jagiellonian University Museum (Poland)

Social networks and websites of science museums: a study on the impact, models and actions of science communication.
Luís Amorim*, Monique Ferraz Costa, Museu da Vida Fiocruz, Casa de Oswaldo Cruz (Brazil)

Practice and Reflection on the Integration of Science Popularization and Intangible Heritage Education.
Song Ji, Wuhan Science and Technology Museum (China)

12.15 – 13.15

Panel 2: Online Collections. Chair: NN

Are digital scientific collections collaborating for science communication?
João Paulo Rodrigues dos Santos, Barbara Dias, Diego Vaz Bevilaqua*, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Brazil)

The specifics of the management of technical heritage collections and their online access. An example of the ongoing research project of the Technical Museum in Brno, Czech Republic.
Pavla Stöhrová*, Petra Mertová, Technical Museum in Brno (Czech Republic)

Digitisation of collections in Slovak museums on the example of Slovak Technical Museum.
Jan Dolák, Ľuboš Kačírek, Lenka Vargová*, Slovak Technical Museum – Museum of Transport and Comenius University (Slovakia)

13.15 – 14.15 Lunch Break
14.15 – 15.45

Panel 3: Participation. Chair: NN

Encouraging Audiences to Use the Digitally Accessible Resources of Museums.
Anna Pluszyńska, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Preservation, Partnerships, and Participations: Ingenium’s Approach to Researching and Sharing Digital Collections.
Emily Gann*, Monique Horth, Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation (Canada)

Among Accessible Museums Project: Access Through Museum Education.
Camila Oliveira, Museu do Amanhã (Brazil)

User-Generated Content (UGC): How Museums Can Use it to Engage Audiences.
Lara Corona, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Spain)

The power of participation: User-generated content in museum exhibitions.
Valerie-Therese Taus, MUSIS – Der steirische Museumsverband (Austria)

15.45 – 16.00 Coffee Break
16.00 – 17.15

Panel 4: Art and Research. Chair: NN

Digitizing the Past, Driving Discovery – A Digitization Project on Objects from Early Belgrade’s Chemistry Labs Inspiring Multifaceted Data Exploration.
Sladjana Savic*, Vesna Milanovic Mastrapovic, Lidija Ralevic, Snezana Bojovic, Biljana Tomasevic, Goran Roglic, Veselin Milunovic, Branislav Vojnovic, Bogdan Solaja, Aleksandar Kostic, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

How can digital approaches enhance artefact research and display: The case of steam engine models at the Deutsches Museum.
Panagiotis Poulopoulos, Deutsches Museum München (Germany)

Exploring the Intersection of Scientific Knowledge and Art: Utilising Museums and Science Centers for Science Communication in Education.
Paraskevi Siginou*, Eirini Gkouskou, Hellenic Open University, University College London (Greece, Great Britain)

Not For Your Eyes Only – digital co-created contents to play the noise of art.
Elena Santi*, Nicola Orio, Daniel Zilio, Chiara Marin, Andrea Micheletti, Sara Cavinato, University Museums Center – University of Padua, Meeple srl (Italy)

17.15 – 18.00 Wrap up and general reflections on the day. Chair: NN
18.30 – 21.00 Dinner

Day 2

Tuesday
September 3, 2024

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
COLLECTING THE DIGITAL
09.30 – 10.00 Keynote

Collecting the Digital: What and how?
Dragan Espenschied, Rhizome, New Museum NYC (USA)

10.00 – 11.00 Panel 5: Strategies for Collecting the Digital. Chair: NN

Digital Dialogues: Fostering Museum-Community. Partnerships for Sustainable Heritage Preservation.
Olli Nordling, The Finnish Postal Museum, Finnish Museum of Games and Rupriikki Media Museum of the Tampere Historical Museums

Considering a New Microformat for Deep Archiving of the Web.
Boštjan Špetič, Borut Kumperščak, Marko Štamcar, Gaja Zornada*, Computer History Museum Slovenia (Računalniški muzej)

The Software Archive and Collection of the Vienna Museum of Technology.
Nika Maltar, Martina Griesser-Stermscheg*

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
11.30 – 13.00 Panel 6: How to use AI? Chair: NN

How a mouse trap can make us reflect on what role artificial intelligence should play in our lives.
Jacob Thorek Jensen, Danish Museum of Science and Technology (Denmark)

Exploring ‘New Realities’: Bridging Society and Digital Technology through Image AI Exhibition.
Annabelle Hornung, Museum of Communication Nuremberg (Germany)

The near future: Using AI technology to create interactive sci-fi experiences based on visitor interests in science and technology museums.
Yasaman haji Esmaili, Kimia (Fatemeh) AMINI khoshouei*, STUDIO 4, Iranian National Museum of Science & Technology (INMOST) (Iran)

Indigenous Arctic Fish Skin: Material Cultural Preservation in the Digital Age.
Elisa Palomino, Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (USA)

13.00 – 14.15 Lunch Break
DIGITAL PRACTICE
14.15 – 14.45 Introducing the workshop topics and goals (and finding your way to the workshop locations)
14.45 – 16.45 Workshops: Digital practice at TMW. Chair: Angela Galizia (tbc)

  1. Playful Collecting: The Software Archive and CollectionNika Maltar
  2. High-tech visualisation and popularisation: AR-supported APP-based technologyWalter Szevera
  3. techLAB: The museum’s maker spaceChristopher Roither
  4. “Tech Made Easy!” Designing involving online courses for educatorsMaria Maurer
  5. The impact of digitalisation on exhibitionsJürgen Öhlinger
  6. Digital LeadershipNN
  7. Immersive Museum SpacesElisabeth Limbeck
  8. Digitization, long-term archiving, and the use of AI in audiovisual archivesMarion Jaks, Stefan Kaltseis
  9. Online workshops for people with dementia – (how) does it work?Manuela Gallistl
  10. Digital LiteracyFranziska Mühlbacher
  11. Digital Dynamo: Navigating the Social Media LandscapeLiisa Hättasch
  12. “Women at Work”: More than an online exhibitionCarla Camilleri, Viktoria Calvo-Tomek, Lukas Scheibenpflug
16.45 – 17.00 Coffee Break
17.00 – 18.30 Sharing the WORKSHOP RESULTS and plenary discussion. Chair: NN
18.30 – 21.00 Dinner

Day 3

Wednesday September 4, 2024

14.45 – 16.00CIMUSET Awards Winner Announcement and CIMUSET General Assembly

09.00 – 09.30 Registration, Morning Coffee, Start of Child Care
VIRTUAL DESIGN
09.30 – 10.30 Panel 7: Virtual Design. Chair: NN

Between Real and Virtual – Embodied Digitalization Design in Science Museum.
Lu Jingui, Huang Yaping, Zhang Na, Yang Yujuan*, Guangdong Science Center (China)

Museum without Relics: A Case Study of Establishment of Hue Digital Museum through Korea-Vietnam ODA Strategy.
Bae Seohyeun, Du Jieon, Kim Eunseo*, Ahn Jaehong, The Graduate School of Culture Technology, Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)

Digital and screenless: The Compass and the Explorers.
Anaïs Raynaud, Musée des Arts et Métiers (France)

Collections and archives in the digital space.
Md. Touhidul Hassan, National Museum of Science and Technology Dhaka (Bangladesh)

10.45-11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 12.30 Panel 8: Not confirmed yet.
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Break
13.30 – 14.30 Closing remarks and final discussion
14.30 – 14.45 Break

Scientific Committee

* Programme subject to changes