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DigiCULT is an IST Support Measure (IST-2001-
34898) to establish a regular technology watch that
monitors and analyses technological developments
relevant to and in the cultural and scientific heritage
sector over the period of thirty months (03/2002-
In order to encourage early take up, DigiCULT
produces seven Thematic Issues, three Technology
Watch Reports, along with the newsletter
DigiCULT draws on the results of the strategic
study `Technological Landscapes for Tomorrow's
Cultural Economy (DigiCULT)', that was initiated
by the European Commission, DG Information
Society (Unit D2: Cultural Heritage Applications) in
2000 and completed in 2001.
Copies of the DigiCULT Full Report and Exe-
cutive Summary can be downloaded or ordered at
Project Consortium of DigiCULT:
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft (Project
HATII ­ Humanities Advanced Technology and
Information Institute, University of Glasgow
Pricewaterhouse Coopers
For further information on DigiCULT please
contact the team of the project co-ordinator:
Mrs. Andrea Mulrenin,
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-304
Mr. Guntram Geser,
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-303
DigiCULT Forum secretariat:
Mr. John Pereira,
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-521
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H.
Jakob-Haringer-Str. 5/III
A - 5020 Salzburg Austria
Phone: +43-(0)662-2288-200
Fax: +43-(0)662-2288-222
Project partners:
HATII - Humanities Advanced Technology and
Information Institute, University of Glasgow
Contact: Seamus Ross,
Pricewaterhouse Coopers Consulting
Contact: Mr. Friso Visser,
The members of the DigiCULT Steering
Committee are:
Philippe Avenier, Ministère de la culture et de la
communication, France
Paolo Buonora, Archivio di Stato di Roma, Italy
Costis Dallas, Critical Publics SA, Greece
Bert Degenhart-Drenth, ADLIB Information
Systems BV,The Netherlands
Paul Fiander, BBC Information & Archives, United
Peter Holm Lindgaard, Library Manager, Denmark
Erich J. Neuhold, Fraunhofer IPSI, Germany
Bruce Royan, SCRAN, United Kingdom