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MuseumDigit 2019

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224 attendees, 10 foreign and 12 Hungarian speakers, 9 participants of the round table discussion and 14 exhibitor partners joined to MuseumDigit 2019, which took place in the Hungarian National Museum, 26-27 November. Besides the well-known topics, this year we also had some novelties:

  • VR, AR and AI in museums: algorithms and neural networks, user-friendly chatbots, emotional analysis and experience design
  • Big Data in museum projects
  • Digital technology and digital memory
  • Inclusive museums: reframing difference and disability
  • Museums of the 21st century: transformative, innovative projects from the Hungarian and international museum scene
  • Successful digital and digitisation strategies

On the +1 day, we closed the conference with “Phase One Digitization and Scientific Imaging 2019” workshop.



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SPEAKERS

Prof. dr. Jerzy GAWRONSKI
Professor of Archaeology, University of Amsterdam

 


Alexandre MATOS
museologist, Mu.SA Project Manager, ICOM Portugal

 


LOBODA Zoltán
Senior policy analyst, Center for Digital Pedagogy and Methodology

 


KÓMÁR Éva
Digitization and Content Development Group Leader, Hungarian National Museum - National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information

 


Angie JUDGE
Big Data expert, Dexibit

 


Jean-François THULL
Director, Curator, Royal City of Loches


RÉPÁSZKY Lipót
Head of Department, Department of Archives, MTVA

 


Dr. GYIRES-TÓTH Bálint
Senior Lecturer, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

 


MIKLÓS Ferenc
Collection Manager, Kiskőrös Road Museum


SZÁVAI Gyula
Territory Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Aruba

 


VESZELOVSZKI Péter
Presales Consultant, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Aruba

 


Marie-Clarté O’NEILL
museologist, museum educator, President of ICOM CECA (Committee for Education and Cultural Action)



Maria Chiara CIACCHERI
Independent museum consultant, expert on accessibility and interpretation practices 

 


Ece ÖZDIL
designer, founder of Jüniör 

 


FARKASNÉ Dr. GÖNCZI Rita
university lecturer, Equal Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Non-Profi t Ltd.

 


MINKÓ Mihály
Expert in Data Visualization, ComNest Ltd.  


SZ. FEJES Ildikó
Head of Department, Hungarian National Museum - National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information

 


Laurien DE GELDER
Curator, Allard Pierson

 


Karolina BADZMIEROWSKA
Heritage Account Manager, Noho

 


Eric JOAKIM
Phase One


Dr. CSORBA Gábor
Deputy Director General for National and International Scientifi c Relations, Research and Collection at the Hungarian Museum of Natural Sciences 

 


CSORDÁS Izabella
Coach, Trainer, Expert in mental health and organizational development

 

PRESENTATIONS

An extraordinary museum lies hidden under the busy centre of Amsterdam which visitors can view with a metro ticket. With the extension of the underground line, some 700,000 objects were unearthed

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What do museum professionals need to thrive in a digital environment? How can museum professionals be equipped with skill-sets responding to thesee ever-changing needs of society? What are the

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Digitalisation is one of the determining factors of competitiveness, and the success of digital competence development ensures that Hungary is one of the winners of the digital transformation....

Access to digital cultural heritage content is a growing need in the creative society. The MuseuMap service, operated by the National Museum’s National Centre of Museological Methodology and

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AI has rapidly become a part of our everyday lives – from ordering an Uber or suggesting our next Netflix binge. It’s now creating smarter, engaging and dynamic museums. From visitor facing

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Royal City of Loches is one of Europe’s most imposing dungeons of its time, and it’s also one of the best conserved. A masterpiece of medieval military architecture, it was converted into a royal

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The MTVA’s National Audiovisual Archive holds 13 million photo negatives and 8 million radio magnetic tapes, in addition to some 20 million prints. It would take decades to process and tag these

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With the explosive growth of data, the significant technological advances in graphics processors, and the new advances in science, Artificial Intelligence (MI) research and development has

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Our world has undergone spectacular and significant changes in the last 10 years which poses a major challenge for all of us. What makes a museum smart? The talk highlights the changes and

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As President of ICOM CECA, Ms O’Neill presents «The CECA Best Practice Tool» as a proposal for developing museum education internationally. Some aspects of this tool could help to implement

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Accessibility is an interdisciplinary concept that gives museums the opportunity to be inclusive and, consequently, more relevant. The potential offered by this area is much wider than the

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Inclusivity is a big challenge for the museum’s world: It’s about embracing the diversity that requires cultural institutions to bridge their top-down leadership decisions —which mostly works

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What makes a museum inclusive? Does unobstructed access directly mean equal access? The presentation aims to point out the importance of inclusion and to introduce the basis of easily

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Interactive installations displaying spectacular digital content are becoming an essential part of modern museums. The talk’s focus is on the meeting of museums and data visualisation: where and

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Only what we see can be interpreted and analyzed, which is why data visualization aids the overview, interpretation and analysis of large amounts of data. Technological advances are continually

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A beautiful bronze incense burner from Egypt and a shining golden sword from the National Museum in Budapest. What do they have in common? Find out using the Cross Culture Timeline. The Cross

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How can we restore the readability of a damaged document? How is it possible to make the invisible visible, to see the tiniest details and material destination of an object? Phase One’s new

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