Notification for speakers/presenters
(In alphabetical order)

Sessions

Archaeological Documentation with New Technologies
Chair: Hansjörg THALER, Italy

Dinara ABBASOVA; Poland: Application of XRF for element analysis of the jawbone of a prehistoric “Azikh Woman”
Maria ANDALORO / Roberto BIXIO / Carmela CRESCENZI, Italy: The complex of St. Eustache in Göreme, Cappadocia, reading the relationship between the landscape and a very articulated settlement
Maria ANDALORO / Tatiana PIGNATALE / Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: The Church of Meryem Ana in Göreme, Cappadocia, correct documentation for a meaningful heritage at risk
Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ / Benjamin DUCKE, Germany: Recording Archaeology with Low-cost UAV: the “Archaeocopter” Project
Luciana BORDONI / Michela COSTANTINI / Alessandra CURCIO, Italy: A case study in archaeological documentation with ontological modelling
Miró CARME, Spain: The Archaeological Map of Barcelona. Archaeology, history and heritage, from prehistoric times to the Civil War
Elena CASALINI; Italy: The Umm al-Surab and Samah churches project
Peter FERSCHIN / Iman KULITZ, Austria: In the Shadow of the Pyramids – Digital Exhibition Objects
Alessandro FURLAN / Stefano MORETTI, Italy: Ancient Egypt in 3D
Francesco GABELLONE / Maria Teresa GIANNOTTA, Italy: “Marta Racconta”: a project for the virtual enjoyment of inaccessible monuments
Mariapaola MONTI / Giuseppe MAINO, Italy: Virtual restoration hypothesis for some mosaics found in Piazza Anita Garibaldi, Ravenna, Italy
Mirco PUCCI / Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: SFM digital survey and modeling for the Museum of the sculptures of the basilica of St. Silvestro, catacombs of Priscilla in Rome
Francesco Uliano SCELZA, Italy: The documentation of archaeological data: problems in modeling the spatial, temporal, and typological dimensions
Hansjörg THALER, Italy: Towards a Semantic Archaeology
Theoharis THEOHARIS / Georgios PAPAIOANNOU / Kristin BJØRLYKKE / Øystein EKROLL / Dirk RIEKE-ZAPP / Anja LEIN / Anthousis ANDREADIS, Norway/Greece/Germany: Multi-scale 3D Digitization at Nidaros Cathedral: from archiving to large-scale Visualization
Immo TRINKS / Andreas VLACHOPOULOS / et al., Austria: 3D digital documentation of the ancient town of Akrotiri on Thera/Santorini
Christian F. UHLIR / Peter DORNINGER, Austria: Laser scanning of translucent objects – development of a coating technology for historic marble monuments

Documenting the Dead: archaeological, anthropological and forensic recording of human remains
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium

David BIBBY / Ralph RÖBER, Germany: Some New Angles: The excavation, documentation and analysis of the “Lower Minster Cemetery” in Konstanz
D. BOUQUIN / G. DEPIERRE / J.-P. BEAUTHIER, France /Belgium:  From the birth of the corpse to the archaeological burial: for a well-reasonned application of forensic data in burial practices analysis
Matylda GIERSZEWSKA-NOSZCZYŃSKA, Germany: Complementary Analyses of the Early Medieval Row Graveyard of Ingelheim (Germany)
Anja GROTHE / Bettina JUNGKLAUS, Germany: Six Skeletons in the Shadow of the Garden Wall – A Berlin Medical Doctor under Suspicion
R.G.A.M. Panhuysen / E. Smits, The Netherlands: Burial ritual and bioarchaeology of the De Heul cemetery of early medieval Dorestad
Nancy A. RUSHOHORA, South Africa: The documentation of the Majimaji War Heritage in Tanzania

2D to 3D: Innovations in cost efficient and meaningful documentation for cultural heritage recording and excavation
Chairs: David BIBBY | Benjamin DUCKE, Germany

David BIBBY / Benjamin DUCKE, Germany: Survey2GIS: A flexible solution for the transfer of survey data to GIS
Sarah CHAPMAN / Marta LORENZON, UK: 3D modeling and mudbrick conservation at Tell Timai, Egypt
Benjamin DUCKE / David BIBBY, Germany: Pathways to seamless and low-cost 3D data acquisition and management
Jeroen DE REU, Belgium: Image-based 3D modelling, a (r)evolution in archaeological excavation practice?
Fabrizio GALEAZZI / Stefan LINDGREN, USA: Comparison of Laser Scanning and Dense Stereo Matching Techniques in Diverse Environmental Conditions and Light Exposure: the Case Study of Las Cuevas, Belize
Mohammad NABIL, Egypt: Time-lapse Panoramas for the Egyptian Heritage
Geert OVERMARS | R.G.A.M. PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: Using a pseudo-3D GIS to interpret old archaeological data
Mohammad PASHAEI, Iran: Integration of laser scanning and close range photogrammetry to 3D documentation of historical monuments
Jamie QUARTERMAINE / Ann E. KILLEBREW, UK / USA: A new approach to 3D documentation of excavation and landscape at Tel Akko, Israel
Ilaria Trizio / Romolo CONTINENZA, Italy:  From the Structure from Motion to 3D Information Systems: integrated procedures for survey and archaeological documentation
Michael WAAS / David ZELL, Israel: Practical 3D Photogrammetry for the Conservation and Documentation of Cultural Heritage

Archaeology goes multimedia. Frontiers of dissemination for presentation and learning
Chairs: Anna Margherita JASINK | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy

Niccolò ALBERTINI / Anna Margherita JASINK / Barbara MONTECCHI, Italy: Digital acquisition and modeling of the Minoan seals and sealings kept in two Italian Museums
Giovanni ARENA / Vito PAGLIARULO, Italy: The museum between real and virtual: fruition of holographic projections for museum education and the role of digital holography for “Real 3D” imaging systems
Luca BOMBARDIERI / Anna Margherita JASINK, Italy: SHERD (Secure Heritage, Exhibition, Research and Didactics). Towards a DigiDactic Museum
Andrea BRAGHIROLI, Italy: The fragment collection at the Museo Archeologico in Florence, Italy: building a virtual model to extend its access
Giulia DIONISIO / Daniele LICARI, Italy: Silvered Ceramics in the National Archaeological Museum of Florence: Virtual Technologies in Analysis and Restoration
Francesco GABELLONE / Davide TANASI, Italy: Virtual Archaeology and Historical Revisionism. The neglected heritage of Greek Siracusa
Alessandro MERLO / Gaia LAVORATTI / Andrea ALIPERTA, Filippo FANTINI, Italy: The fortress of Pietrabuona: image based models for archaeological dissemination
Rosanna MIRIELLO, Italy: Electronic Resources of the Riccardiana Library of Florence. Legature on line
Erik Pender, Italy: From fieldwork archeology to large scale presentation
Claudiu SILVESTRU, Austria: Digital Documentation Platform on the Medieval Urban Development of Vienna

Visualizing Archaeological Spaces – 3D computer renderings of architectural spaces based on archaeological evidence, historic documentation and metadata
Chairs: Glen MUSCHIO, USA | Peter FERSCHIN, Austria

Alessandro DE MASI, Italy: Reality based 3D Modeling and advanced 3D recording techniques detailed to Cultural Heritage
Maria Doriana DE PADOVA, Italy: Fieldwork 3D interpretation – Integrating established methods and emerging technologies in a Medieval context
Sebastian HAGENEUER, Germany: The visualisation of Uruk – First impressions of the first metropolis in the world
Katerina MANIA / Lemonia RAGIA; Greece: 3D Reconstruction of Neoria, Crete, Greece, using Geodetic Measurement and Computer Graphic Techniques
Mieke PFARR-HARFST / Marc GRELLERT, Germany: Project Report: 20 Years of Reconstructions at Technische  Universität Darmstadt
Eliana SIOTTO / Marco CALLIERI /Paolo PINGI / Roberto SCOPIGNO / Laura BENASSI / Alice PARRI / Denise LA MONICA, Italy: From the Archive documentation to standardized web database and 3D models: the case study of the Camaldolese Abbey in Volterra (Italy)

Authenticity in the Archives
Chair: Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany

David BIBBY / Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany:  Authenticity and Functionality at Digital Archaeological Data
Gernot HAUSAR, Austria: Discarded Toys – Excavating, Documenting and Reviving Abandoned Digital Games
Isto HUVILA, Sweden: Archaeology of the ballpoint pen, or the authenticity of digital archaeological data

Data Standards, documentation and responses to cultural heritage management in the GCC: examples and new perspectives
Chairs: Alice BIANCHI | Richard CUTTLER, Qatar

Carlo BATTINI / Ivan CARMOSINO / Valeria D’ACQUINO, Italy: Urban Archeology and representation of data: the case study of convent of S. Orsola, Florence
Irina GREVTSOVA; Spain: Archaeological interpretation by using mobile devices. Problems and tendencies in preparing the museography documentation
Werner PREININGER / Silvia RUSSEGGER, Austria: imdas pro – A comprehensive solution for Archaeology
Silvia RUSSEGGER / Thomas ORGEL, Austria: Enhancing Europe’s eXchange in Cultural Educational and Scientific Resources
Pali WIJERATNE, Sri Lanka: Spatial Planner’s role in Urban Archaeology and Heritage Sites

Infrastructures and services for sharing of archaeological documentation
Chairs: Edeltraud ASPÖCK | Guntram GESER, Austria

Edeltraud ASPÖCK / Guntram GESER, Austria: What is an archaeological research infrastructure and why do we need it? Aims and challenges of ARIADNE
Michael CHARNO / Julian RICHARDS; UK: Crossing Borders: International Interoperability at the ADS
Anthony CORNS / Robert SHAW, Ireland: Integrating archaeological remote sensing data within SDI and INSPIRE frameworks
Panos CONSTANTOPOULOS / Costis DALLAS, Greece: DYAS: The Greek Research Infrastructure Network for the Humanities
Costis DALLAS / Dimitris GAVRILIS, Greece: The ARIADNE interoperability framework, component architecture and registry service
Martin DOERR / Gerald HIEBEL; Greece/ Germany: Developing common European archaeological concepts through extending the CIDOC CRM within ARIADNE
Hella HOLLANDER, The Netherlands: The e-Depot for Dutch Archaeology – Archiving and publication of archaeological data
Ulf JAKOBSSON; Sweden: Swedish National Data (SND) services, the OAIS reference model and archaeological data
Anja MASUR / Keith MAY, Austria / UK: Comparing and mapping archaeological excavation data from different recording systems for integration using ontologies
Gustaf MOSSAKOWSKI, Germany: media.REIFF: A database for linked data documenting monuments and sites
Teija OIKARINEN, Finland: Developing Archaeological Excavation Data Management: a Local Case Study
Felix SCHÄFER / Martina TROGNITZ; Germany: Developing a research data centre for Germany: IANUS and its IT-guidelines
Roberto SCOPIGNO / Matteo DELLEPIANE, Italy: Which infrastructure support for visual data creation, archiving and visualization?
Armin VOLKMANN, Germany: Beyond administrative boundaries: archaeological networks of research

Newbies
Chairs: Michael DONEUS | Benjamin STANGL, Austria

Enrico DE BENEDICTIS, Italy: Dealing with past, the Dodecanese case
Andrine NILSEN / Martina HJERTMAN, Sweden: Re‐evaluating City Margins through Correct Documentation: Questions of Time, Social and Spatial Aspects in Archaeological Storytelling
Claudiu SILVESTRU, Austria: The Leveling of the High Medieval Viennese City Moat – A Space Syntax Perspective
Tomoyuki USAMI / Takao UNO, Japan: Combination of Different Methods for Archaeological Documentation and Data Integration: a Case Study of Dabusia tepa in Uzbekistan
Giada CERRI, Italy: From the traces to definition of the monumental space: the case of Bartolomeo Ammannati’s “Fontana di Sala Grande”
Kathryn Chew, USA: Archaeology and Analytics: Tapping the Pulse of Social Media for Outreach, Education, and the Future of the Field
Ilona BELIATSKAYA, Belarius: The adoption of innovation in museum sector in Belarus: the National Art Museum case study

Poster Session (5th Poster Award)
Chairs: Peter DORNINGER | Peter WALDHÄUSL, Austria

Isto HUVILA, Sweden: Archaeological information in the digital society
Ulrich MÜLLER / Alexandra KLINGELHÖFER, Jan-Martin HAFNER, Germany: Georeferenced 3D Laser Scan –  Correct Documentation and Descriptive Visualization
Giulia DIONISIO / Panaiotis KRUKLIDIS, Italy:The Trojan War Myth as a didactic project: Innovative proposals for the understanding of the history
Ronny WEßLING / Jakob MAURER / Alexandra KRENN-LEEB, Austria: Structure from motion for systematic single surface documentation on archaeological excavations
Annette S. ORTIZ MIRANDA / María Teresa DOMÉNECH-CARBÓ / Antonio DOMÉNECH; Spain: Characterization of morphological and chemical changes at micro- and nano- scale in contemporary paintings treated with biocides
Violetta REITER, Austria: The architecture of the Bronze Age graveyard at Neumarkt an der Ybbs
Clara NERUCCI, Italy: Recording not to forget. A Post-medieval kilns’ survey
Filippo DIARA, Italy: New software and technologies applied to documentation and communication of Cultural Heritage
C. CRESCENZI / G. GIUSTINIANI / M. SCALZO / G. VERDIANI, Italy: The Cappadocia landscape and its relationship with the rupestrian architectures
Valentina FANTINI, Italy: Art Noveau and abandon in Italy, documenting the Built Heritage before its loss
Réka GYÖRKE, Hungary: Archaeometrical investigations of finds found in the Late Avar age bloomery workshops at Bátaszék-Nagyorros (County Tolna, Hungary)
Andrea PASQUALI/ Angela MANCUSO, Italy: Ancient buildings: digital survey and new hypotheses
Wolfgang SÜß, Germany: Rapid data gernation on large areas
Stefan EICHERT / Viktor JANSA, Austria: OpenATLAS – an open source database application for archaeological, historical and spatial data
M. ANDALORO / C. BORDINO / P. POGLIANI / D. SGHERRI, Italy: The UNITUS activities in Cappadocia, Turkey
Ken THÖMEL / Anja GROTHE, Germany: The “Large Jewish Courtyard” in Berlin – Applied Methods on Site
Karolina ROSIŃSKA-BALIK, Poland: (Re)constructing the past: 3d modeling of the Roman Temple.  From theory to virtual reality
Giles SPENCE MORROW / Paul R. DUFFY / Lauren TOSTI, Canada: Virtually There: Offsite georectified photogrammetric processing as onsite strategic excavation resour
Laura LAI / Matteo SORDINI, Italy: 3D documentation of a megalithic building in Sardinia
Josef GSPURNING, Austria: Graffiti @ Cultural Heritage
Hirofumi TERAMURA / Hiroshi YAMAGUCHI / Tomoyuki USAMI, Japan: Archaeological Research and Digital Documentation of Dabusia tepa in Uzbekistan
Paolo FORMAGLINI / Filippo GIANSANTI, Italy: The fortifications of Granada: Bab al-Difaf. The documentation, survey and new hypotheses of the forgotten monument
Fabio CONVERTI, Italy: Strategies for the conservation of heritage: Historic sites in Campania
Matthew WHINCOP, Australia: Do indigenous Australians own the past: the lack of data standards in Queensland cultural heritage management practice
Ferdinando MARINO / Valentina TROTTA / Veronica BORELLI, Italy: The integration of geo-referenced data in the landscape archeology: the case of the northern part of the Kroton’s territory
Felix SCHÄFER / Martina TROGNITZ, Germany: IANUS – a national digital archive for archaeological and related data in Germany

Video Session (2nd Video Award)
Chair: 7reasons, Austria

Rebeka VITAL /Stefano BERTOCCI / Sandro PARRINELLO, Israel: Digital Documentation of the archaeological site of Masada, Israel
A. FURLAN/ P. GALIFI / S. MORETTI; Italy: Nero and the Domus Aurea
Marcello SCALZO / Claudio GIUSTINIANI, Italy: Meryem Ana Kilisesi in Göreme (Turkey). Experiences of integrate survey
Marco BLOCK / Benjamin DUCKE / Markus KUBBUTAT, Germany: The flying archaeologist
Davide TANASI / Francesco GABELLONE / Ivan FERRARI, Italy: ‘Siracusa 3D Reborn’. An Ancient Greek City brought Back To Life
Francesco CERBELLA / Federico CAPONI, Italy: Contemporary architecture and ancient suggestions, the Louis Kahn’s Hurva Synagogue project
Raquel de ANDRADE DANTAS FIGUEIRÔA / Fábio COSTA FIGUEIRÔA, Brasil: The archaeological collection of MAX

Presentation of the exhibitors (Tuesday, November 12, afternoon)
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Round Tables

Recycling digital data sets for archaeological visualization and analysis
Chair: Sarah DUFFY, UK

International data exchange in archaeology: feasible or just a dream?
Chair: Wouter BOASSON, The Netherlands

Public databases, accesible virtual reconstructions and interactive museums: new research and learning tools in archaeology
Chairs: Anna Margherita JASINK | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy

Advanced Archaeological Training – HandsOn Workshops

(Tuesday, November 12, Full Day)

Tachymeter aided modeling
Organizers: Willem BEEX, The Netherlands | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy | Apostolos SARRIS, Greece

Belling the cat: Making CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (CRM) data available as Linked Open Data (LOD): A practical hands-on workshop of a complete solution using freeware
Organizer: Stephen STEAD | Michael CHARNO, UK

aSPECT3D | Generating 3D point clouds from digital image sequences (3D ImageScan)
Organizer: Dominik WESTERMANN | Germany

Social | Evening Events

Monday, November 11 2013

7:30 pm | Opening – Wiener Planungswerkstatt

Tuesday, November 12 2013

3:30 pm | Guided Tour “Built in roman times…” (meeting point: registration desk)

t.b.d. | Book presentation: M. Musilová – “Römische Denkmäler an der mittleren Donau von Vindobona bis Aquincum” (in collaboration with M. Kandler, V. Turčan , O. H. Urban and  H. Zabehlicky)

6:00 pm | Guided Tour City Hall (meeting point: registration desk)

7:30 pm | Mayor Cocktail Reception – Rathauskeller

Wednesday, November 13 2013

7:30 pm | Informal Farewell Evening (location t.b.d.)