Leon Abelmann (KIST Europe, Germany and University Twente, the Netherlands)
Carriers for ultra-long storage

Rolf Bergmeier (Supervisory board Giordano Bruno Foundation, Germany)
Advent of Christianity-Cultural break in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (tend.)

Miko Elwenspoek (University of Twente, the Netherlands)
Why we need the Human Document NOW

Hans-Joachim Gehrke (former president of DAI, University of Freiburg, Germany)
Cultural transformation and dark ages in historical scholarship

Melissa Guzman (NASA, USA)
SPACE ETERNAL MEMORY storing information in space for a very long time (tend.)

Sarah Hadry (Bayrisches Hauptsstaatsarchiv, Germany)
Microfilming: An old fashioned technique as the ultimate "back up" for unique archival information

Peter G. Kazansky (University of Southampton, UK)
Achieving information immortality with 5D memory crystal

Christian Keitel (Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Selection criteria of data which should be preserved at a longer time scale

Martin Kunze (MOM, Austria)
Memory of Mankind - information on ceramic discs

Johann-Mattis List (MPI for the Science of Human History, Germany)
Storing our knowledge of linguistic diversity: Towards the standardization of cross-linguistic data formats

Andreas Manz (KIST, Germany)
1,000,000 years into the future – a clock, some teaching and what?

Olivier Morin (MPI for the Science of Human History, Germany)
"If you're reading this document, you probably don't need it": The paradox of building a 100 000 years time capsule.

Stephen Quake (Stanford, USA)
Biological encoding of data (tend.)

Matthias Razum (Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure, Germany)
Long-term preservation of research data: how long is long?

Gerhard Schneider (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Digital long‐term archiving – how to  decode (if you do not know anything) (tend.)

Gerald A. Urban (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Engineering meets humanities – benefits from an interdisciplinary adventure

Laura Welcher (The Long Now Foundation, USA)
The Long Now 10,000 Year Library (tend.)