Special Session on Digital Heritage


We welcome scholarly contributions to education in digital heritage. The program will include keynote presentations, roundtable discussions and poster sessions.

We are focused on exploring the ways in which technology and culture can make our society more sustainable. We call for latest research and case studies on emergent and cutting-edge information and communication technology concepts, applications, and business models to be shared in our workshop.
Research track of our workshop is divided into 4 major topics that all contribute to our capabilities in building a sustainable digital society: Tourism Business and Technology, Governance, Sustainability and Education, and Computer Science and Information Systems, Virtual and Augmented Reality.

Issues to be covered at the workshop include, but are not limited, to the
following areas in:

Tourism Business and Technology

• ICT and Tourism Experience
• Augmented and Virtual Reality in tourism
• Platform Economy
• Website Design and Evaluation
• Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategies
• Digital Distribution and Social Selling
• Social Networking, Social Media and Social Inspiration
• Gaming and Gamification
• ICT Adoption and Value Creation
• E-strategy and e-Business Models
• ICT for Innovation and Service Design
• Digital Nomads
• Consumer Behaviour in Digital Space
• Robotics and Automation in Travel and Hospitality

Governance, Sustainability and Education

• ICT for Regional Development and Sustainability
• Advanced Distribution Systems and Strategies, Dynamic Packaging
• ICT-enabled Partnership and Collaboration
• E-Learning, Life-long Learning and MOOCs
• E-Government and Public Policy in Tourism
• Digital Divide and Socio-economic Development
• Privacy and Internet Security
• Legal, Ethical and Social Aspects of ICT

Computer Science and Information Systems

• Big Data and Large-scale Systems
• Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning
• Data Mining, Analytics and Measurement
• Text and Concept Mining, Sentiment Analysis
• Recommender Systems and Personalization
• User Modeling and Decision Making
• Human-Computer Interaction
• Emotions and Personality-based Systems
• Social Network Analysis
• Location-based Services and Context-Aware Systems
• Mobile Services and Wearable Technologies
• Semantic Web, Tourism Ontologies and Linked Open Data
• Data Standards and Data Integration
• Travel Information Search and Retrieval
• Internet-of-Things
• Smart Destinations
• Travel Chatbots
• Blockchain and Other Emerging Technologies

Virtual and Augmented Reality

• 3D Modelling
• Augmented and Virtual Reality in Emergency Systems
• Augmented Reality for People with Disabilities
• Historical Reconstruction in Mixed Reality
• Augmented and Virtual Reality for Industrial Needs

Research Chair:
Prof Enrico Natalizio at the University of Lorraine (France)

Program Committee:
1. Dimitris Kosmopoulos, University of Patras, Greece
2. Milena Jovicevic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
3. Filip Ivanovic, Centre for Hellenic Studies, Montenegro
4. Andjela Stojanovic Jaksic, Mediterranean University, Montenegro
5. Renato Scuzzarello, Dante Alighieri Association, Italy
6. Marjan Premovic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
7. Lusine Fljyan, Eurasia International University, Armenia
8. Gordana Medin, British Raditation Association, UK


Organizational/Executive Chairs:

Podzharaya Natalia, MECOnet, Montenegro
Sochenkova Anastasiia,  
RUDN University, Moscow, Russia

For more info pls write to (Natalia) (Anastasia)

Submission procedure:

Use MECO submission rules, deadlines and templates and submit a paper as regular IEEE Xplore paper via Easy Chair. 

Registration: MECO rules apply.

Deadlines: MECO rules apply.