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Venerdì, 13 Marzo 2015 12:46

CAA 2015: ecco il programma della Conferenza a Siena

Si avvicina la 43a edizione della Conferenza Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology CAA 2015 sul tema “KEEP THE REVOLUTION GOING” che si svolgerà a Siena dal 30 Marzo al 3 Aprile 2015.

Il comitato organizzatore ha diffuso il programma della conferenza dedicata alla presentazione di tecnologie innovative e best practice da differenti discipline archeologiche ed informatiche con un'ampia diversità di case studies da tutto il mondo.

Si parlerà di GIS, acquisizione e gestione di dati 3D, ricostruzione 3D, modellazione e visualizzazione, tecnologie immersive e nuovi trend in archeologia.

Si allega il programma in lingua inglese.

 

CAA 2015 Siena - CONFERENCE PROGRAM.

Room numbers and speaker details will be soon announced.

 

Monday 30th March – Workshops

8.00 – 10.00 Workshop registration

9.00 – 10.30

Hands-On Archaeological Conceptual Modelling 2
Predictive Techniques for 3D Data Augmentation in Cultural Heritage
Storytelling from the earth
3DHOP – Presenting online high-res 3D models: a crash course
Introduction to exploratory network analysis for archaeologists using Visone
UAV Photogrammetry for archaeology and Survey: a state of the art
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30

Hands-On Archaeological Conceptual Modelling 2
Predictive Techniques for 3D Data Augmentation in Cultural Heritage
Storytelling from the earth
3DHOP – Presenting online high-res 3D models: a crash course
Introduction to exploratory network analysis for archaeologists using Visone
UAV Photogrammetry for archaeology and Survey: a state of the art

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30

The Use of 3D GIS Platforms for Intra-Site Investigation in Archaeology
First steps in agent-based modelling with Netlogo
Data modelling, processing and integration for the knowledge and valorisation of Cultural Heritage in urban area
Improving Presentation Skills
Ha(r)ckeology: an hacking approach to open archaeology
Reconstructing Ancient Landscape in the Cloud
Data, information and knowledge visualisation : issues and feedbacks

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break

16.00 – 17.30

The Use of 3D GIS Platforms for Intra-Site Investigation in Archaeology
First steps in agent-based modelling with Netlogo
Data modelling, processing and integration for the knowledge and valorisation of Cultural Heritage in urban area
Improving Presentation Skills
Ha(r)ckeology: an hacking approach to open archaeology
Reconstructing Ancient Landscape in the Cloud
Data, information and knowledge visualisation : issues and feedbacks

18.15 – Conference opening: Rector, Usiena Humanities Dean, CNR, MIBACT.

19.00 – 19.45 Key-note talk prof. Martin Millett + 15 min question time

20.15 – Icebreaker Party – Siena downtown (further info on CAA web site)

 

Tuesday 31 March – CAA 2015 CONFERENCE DAY 1

8.00 – 10.00 Conference registration desk open

9.00-11.00

2D Linked Data: From interoperable to interoperating
5C Archaeological Theory and Statistical Modelling
5E Homologation and standardization of archaeological cartographic data
5M Improving Resolutions: Use and Potentials of Quantitative Methods in Near Eastern Archaeology
6D Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage: Interdisciplinary connections
7C Replication: from the past to the digital age
4E From 3D Scanning of Objects and Monuments to Augmented Reality
ROUNDTABLE 1 – Challenging Digital Archaeology – the discussion continues

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-13.30

Keynote speakers

11.30 – 12.15 Holly Rushmeier + 15 min question time

12.30 – 13.15 Maurizio Forte + 15 min question time

13.30-14.30 Lunch time

14.30-15.00 Poster session

15.00-16.40

3C Computer and rock art studies: data collection, interpretation and communication
4C Formal approaches to visibility analysis in ancient architectural spaces and cultural landscapes
4F Geomatics approaches in Latin American Archaeology
5G How to reveal geographic relations in Databases on cultural heritage
5K Where Do We Go From Here? Least Cost Paths Revisited
7A Teaching digital archaeology – digitally teaching archaeology
7C Replication: from the past to the digital age
8C Digital methods in exploring and explaining the development of protourban centres
ROUNDTABLE 2 – Arches Heritage Inventory and Management System

16.40-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-18.40

3C Computer and rock art studies: data collection, interpretation and communication
4C Formal approaches to visibility analysis in ancient architectural spaces and cultural landscapes
4F Geomatics approaches in Latin American Archaeology
5G How to reveal geographic relations in Databases on cultural heritage
5K Where Do We Go From Here? Least Cost Paths Revisited
7A Teaching digital archaeology – digitally teaching archaeology
7C Replication: from the past to the digital age
8C Digital methods in exploring and explaining the development of protourban centres

19.30 – 20.30 Duomo tour (further info on CAA web site)


Wednesday 1st April – CAA 2015 CONFERENCE DAY 2

8.00 – 10.00 Conference registration desk open

9.00-11.00

1A Digital frontiers in maritime archaeology
2A Interdisciplinary methods of data recording, management and preservation
4A Managing archaeological 3d models
5H Geographical and temporal network science in archaeology
5I Interpreting the unstructured: new methods and tools for intrasite spatial analysis of palaeosurfaces
5L Modelling large-scale human dispersals: data, pattern and process
9A Towards a Theory of Practice in Applied Digital Field Methods

ROUNDTABLE 3 – The whole is other than the sum of its parts: where is the spatial data infrastructure for cultural heritage?

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-13.30

1A Digital frontiers in maritime archaeology
2A Interdisciplinary methods of data recording, management and preservation
4D 3D Reconstruction, Analysis and Immersive Telepresence at Rock-Art Sites
5A Modelling approaches to analyse the socio-economic context in archaeology
5H Geographical and temporal network science in archaeology
5L Modelling large-scale human dispersals: data, pattern and process
6C The Past, Present and Future of Non-Intrusive Geophysical Survey in the Field and the Laboratory
9A Towards a Theory of Practice in Applied Digital Field Methods
ROUNDTABLE 4 – Simulating the Past: Complex Systems Simulation in Archaeology

13.30-14.30 Lunch time

14.30-15.00 Poster session

15.00-16.40

1B The challenge of the preventive archaeology
2A Interdisciplinary methods of data recording, management and preservation
4D 3D Reconstruction, Analysis and Immersive Telepresence at Rock-Art Sites
5A Modelling approaches to analyse the socio-economic context in archaeology
5L Modelling large-scale human dispersals: data, pattern and process
6A Approaches for Sensor Data Integration for the Investigation of Archaeological Landscapes
6C The Past, Present and Future of Non-Intrusive Geophysical Survey in the Field and the Laboratory
9A Towards a Theory of Practice in Applied Digital Field Methods
ROUNDTABLE 5 – Linked Open Data Applied to Pottery Databases

16.40-17.00 Coffee break

17.00 – 17.45 Keynote Nicolò dell’Unto + 15 min question time

18.00 – 19.30 CAA plenary meeting

20.30 Social dinner at Rocca Salimbeni (further info on CAA web site)


Thursdays 2nd April – CAA 2015 CONFERENCE DAY 3

Paper 20 min + 5 min question time

Up to 9 parallel sessions

2 Slots 5 papers each in the morning

2 slots 4 papers each in the afternoon

Poster session from 14.30 to 15.00

2 Roundtables

Closing address lunchtime talk: Special Guest Professor Dominic Powlesland

8.00 – 10.00 Conference registration desk open

9.00-11.00

2B Integrating 3D Data from Field Archaeology
2C Supporting researchers in the use and reuse of archaeological data
4B New trends in 3D Archaeology
5D Predictivity and postdictivity in archaeology
6B New advancements in computational imaging
9E Moving the focus from “know how” to “know why” 3D modeling cultural heritage
10A ArcheoFOSS: free/open source software and archaeological research, ten years later
10B Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data
ROUNDTABLE 6 – Thinking between the lines: conceptualising the future of archaeological databases

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

11.30-13.30

2C Supporting researchers in the use and reuse of archaeological data
3A A dialogue between archaeological science and computer visualization
4B New trends in 3D Archaeology
5B Continuing the Revolution with Spatial Methods & Archaeological Interpretation
5D Predictivity and postdictivity in archaeology
6E Low Altitude Aerial Photography for archaeology – where is the revolution leading us?
8B Urban Digital-Scapes: Computer application to the study of past urban developments
10A ArcheoFOSS: free/open source software and archaeological research, ten years later
ROUNDTABLE 7 – Digital Technologies and Quantitative Methods in the Study of Prehistoric Art

13.30-14.30 Lunch time talk: Special Guest Professor Dominic Powlesland

14.30-15.00 Poster session

15.00-16.40

9F Machine learning and Pattern Recognition for Archaeological Research
3A A dialogue between archaeological science and computer visualization
4B New trends in 3D Archaeology
5B Continuing the Revolution with Spatial Methods & Archaeological Interpretation
6E Low Altitude Aerial Photography for archaeology – where is the revolution leading us?
8A Digital cities: documenting and transmitting the archaeological-architectonical record
8B Urban Digital-Scapes: Computer application to the study of past urban developments
9C Modelling the archaeological process
10B Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data
16.40-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-18.40

3B Occupation floors of Hunter-gatherers in the Digital Era
5J Spatial analysis in ethnoarchaeology and experimental archaeology
6E Low Altitude Aerial Photography for archaeology – where is the revolution leading us?
7B New Cultural Heritage economies in the digital era
7D About reasoning and the illusiveness of interfaces in the practice of digital and virtual archaeology
9C Modelling the archaeological process
9F Machine learning and Pattern Recognition for Archaeological Research
10B Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data
20.00 City hiking (further info on CAA web site)


Thursdays 3nd April – Social trip

 

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Sito web: www.caaconference.org 

 

Fonte: CAA

 

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