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


Rolf Bergmeier (Supervisory board Giordano Bruno Foundation, Germany)
Cultural break and Interruption of Information flow in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

Xàrene Eskandar (Artist, Los Angeles/Reykjavík)
Towards a philosophy of semantics for artificial intelligence
Slides (participants only)

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

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

Sarah Hadry (Bayrisches Hauptstaatsarchiv, Germany)
Microfilming: A traditional technique as the ultimate "Back-up" for unique archival information
Abstractslides (participants only)

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

Christian Keitel (Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
How to select data and documents for about 1200 years?

Martin Kunze (MOM, Austria)
Memory of Mankind - MOM - aims to preserve an overall image of our time

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?

Claudio Pescatore (Former PA with OECD, Linnaeus University, Sweden)
Towards robust strategies for preserving records, knowledge and memory across generations

Millennial time capsules as means for communicating human heritage

Bernhard Preuss (Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK), Germany)
Visit to the Barbarastollen underground archive

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 keep your assets valuable

Reto Schölly (University of Freiburg, Germany)
THE ABOMINABLE TRUTH (How Verifiable Information can Destroy Knowledge)
Abstract, slides

Sabina Schrimpf (Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany)
Preservation of digital media at the German National Library

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

Laura Welcher (The Long Now Foundation, USA)
Long-Term Archiving as Long-Term Communication