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Disponibile il programma della Conferenza Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 2015

Disponibile il programma della Conferenza Cultural Heritage and New Technologies 2015

E' disponibile online il programma completo della ventesima edizione della Conferenza Internazionale Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT20) in programma a Vienna dal 2 al 4 novembre 2015 e dedicata alla presentazione e al confronto tra ricercatori e professionisti di applicazioni di tecnologie per la documentazione e valorizzazione dei beni culturali. Il tema dell'edizione di quest'anno è "Public Relations and Archaeology".

Anche quest'anno numerosi sono i contributi italiani: presentazioni, poster e video sulle diverse tematiche e i progetti più recenti sul rilievo in ambito archeologico e architettonico e il coinvolgimento in ambito museale.

Le presentazioni sono raggruppate in più sessioni organizzate sui temi (Public Appearance, UAV, Disclosing the Dead, Conflict as Cultural Heritage, Cultural Heritage in Danger, Newbies & Young Scientists) e ulteriori progetti verranno esposti mediante poster e video che parteciperanno al concorso della Conferenza.





Keynote Speech
The Digital Heritage Paradox
(Wim HUPPERETZ, Director Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)


Public Relations and Archaeology – Presenting Cultural Heritage in Urban Area
Chairs: Ingeborg GAISBAUER; Austria | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium
Mariam Ibrahim ALMULLA, Qatar: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar: Constructing a Museum Minded- Community
Jarosław ANDRZEJCZAK | Rafał SZRAJBER, Poland: Information balance as an important component of the use of new technologies in the transfer of knowledge about the cultural heritage
Robert CARTER, Qatar | Colleen MORGAN, UK: Online Digital Heritage and Public Outreach in a Vanishing Pearling Town in the Arabian Gulf: The Origins of Doha Project
Monika DERMUTZ | Daniela THALLER, Austria: ArcGIS for Archaeology – Discover burried possibilities and potentials
Francesco GABELLONE | Davide TANASI, Italy:Narrative and virtual environments: the case of ancient Pompei
Katrina FOXTON, UK: Juxtaposing locality in the City of York
Thomas KADOR, UK: Digital matters
Olga LEČBYCHOVÁ / Zdenka KOSAROVÁ, Czech Republik: Exhibition – one way to share archaeological heritage with public
Carmen LOEW, Austria: The Stakeholder-Values of Hallstatt-Research – Archaeology from the Perspective of Public, Business and Politics
Elisabeth MONAMY, Austria: Experience archaeology or bringing archaeology to a wider public
Matthias PACHER, Austria: The museum of prehistory MAMUZ as a cultural touristic impulse for a rural area in Lower Austria
Richard M. PETTIGREW, USA: The Archaeology Channel: Its History and Development as a Tool for Public Outreach
Morten Valdorff RASMUSSEN, Denmark: On-site communication, old bones and new audienses
Dominique VAN DOKKUM, The Netherlands: The possibilities of social media: making a low budget connection
Bernarda ŽUPANEK / Maja KOVAČ, Slovenia: Combining resources: communicating archaeology at the City museum of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Public Appearance – Heritage researchers, stakeholders and public interaction
Cristina CORSI, Italy: Good practice in management of ‘invisible’ archaeological townscapes
Kerstin DOHR | Josef GSPURNING, Austria: The Appearance of Istanbul’s World Heritage Site in Terms of Accessibility and Embedment into the Urban Environment
Luca GIORGI | Pietro MATRACCHI, Italy: Florence: knowledge and usability of the archaeological heritage
Marion GROßMANN, Austria: Carnuntums Appearance and its Mediation of Roman Culture
M.C. KOSIAN / H.J.T. WEERTS, The Netherlands: A new landscapes map of the Netherlands
Eva KUTTNER, Austria: ‘Setting in the landscape’ at the Danube Limes in Austria – new approach via geographic information portals
Erik SCHMITZ, The Netherlands: A flight to lowlands paradise: an animation of the expension of Amsterdam in the seventeenth century
Paul SAFKO / Robert SZEMZÖ, Slovakia: Documentation and Presentation of Conservation Process – a Case Study of 3D Digitisation of Two Wooden Sculptural Artefacts
Matteo SCAMPORRINO, Italy: New visions of port. A 3D model to safeguard and transform the port of Livorno
New realities:
Virtual, augmented reality and other techniques in Cultural Heritage for the general public
Chairs: Willem BEEX, The Netherlands | Peter FERSCHIN, Austria | Bernhard FRISCHER, USA | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy
Niccolò ALBERTINI | Anna Margherita JASINK, Italy: Immersive virtual realities and Aegean archaeology: application of the HDM (Head Mounted Display) technology to popularization
Ralph BARTHEL | Aleks CICHA, UK: Sound and vision scapes
Giulia DIONISIO | Anna Margherita JASINK, Italy: Teaching new technological methodologies applied to ancient history
Eiman ELGEWELY, Egypt | Willeke WENDRICH, USA: Reviving Karanis (Egypt): From Mud Bricks to Urban and Social Fabric
Magda EL ZARKI, USA | Patricia SEED: A Historical and Cultural Experience of the Slave Fort Elmina
Bernard FRISCHER | John FILLWALK, USA: Combining Stellarium with a Terrestrial Model of an Ancient Space: Solar Alignments of the Monte Citorio Obelisk and Ara Pacis
Dragoş GHEORGHIU | Livia ŞTEFAN, Romania: Augmenting Immersion: The Implementation of the Real World in Virtual Reality
Carlo GIRA, Italy: Virtual, augmented, tags, links: the digital clone of the Meryemana Church in Göreme towards its next step
Adele MAGNELLI | Matteo VENTRELLA, Italy: How the AR can help to appreciate the hidden value of pictorial masterpiece: Venice’s Gallerie dell’Accademia case history
Mauro MARIOTTINI | Mirco PUCCI | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: The St. Donato Cathedral in Arezzo, digital reconstruction of a completely lost architecture
Takehiko NAGAKURA | Daniel TSAI | Diego PINOCHET, USA: Viewing the impossible: Photogrammetric Models of Palladian Villas and Other Works
Samanta GREGGIO | Giuseppe SALEMI, Italy: A mobile Augmented Reality system integrating 3D model and radiance scaling to enhance epigraphical inscriptions
Georg ZOTTI, Austria: Archaeoastronomical simulation in a desktop planetarium

The Use of UAVs in Virtual Heritage
Chairs: Peter DORNINGER, Austria | Benjamin DUCKE, Germany | Bernhard FRISCHER, USA | Rebeka VITAL, Israel
Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Raul ROJAS, Germany: Archaeocopter: Towards Best Practice in Videogrammetry
Benjamin GEHMLICH | Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ, Germany: Diversity of Flight Strategies in UAV Recording
Ivan KISJES | Raphaël PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: A test flight over the many layered history of the fortifications of Maastricht
Jörg KLONOWSKI | Stefanie WEFERS, Germany: UAV photogrammetry and 3D analyses of CH sites

Disclosing the Dead
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium | Raphael PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands |Karin WILTSCHKE-SCHROTTA, Austria
David BIBBY | Hildegard BIBBY | Joachim WAHL, Germany: The Life, Times and Death of “Grave 700” from the Holy Trinity Church Konstanz, Germany
Michaela BINDER | Heike KRAUSE, Austria: Life on the outskirts of Vienna – Archaeological and bioarchaeological results from the cemetery at St. Bartholomäusplatz in Hernals
Mihai CONSTANTINESCU | Andrei SOFICARU, Romania: Understanding epidemics in the Crimean War. A case of forensic autopsy on a Russian officer buried in Bucharest, Romania
Mihai CONSTANTINESCU | Andrei SOFICARU, Romania: The forensic identification of a victim of the Communist regime. The Case of Monsignor Ghyka
M. L. D’HOLLOSY, The Netherlands: Facing the Past
Vlad Andrei LĂZĂRESCU | Claudia RADU, Romania: He’s lost control! Discussing the case of a beheaded individual from an archaeological context discovered in Romania
Claudia MELISCH, Germany / Peter RAUXLOH, UK: Who were the First Berliners and Where they came from?
Ulla MOILANEN, Finland: A Good Way to Go – Salme II Ship Burial and Pre-Viking Death Beliefs
Nicole NICKLISCH et al., Germany: The Remains of a Day – A Mass Grave from the Thirty Years’ War
Raphaël PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: New light on pathological bone changes Structured light 3D documentation as an aid in paleopathological diagnosis
Peep PILLAK, Estonia: Disclosing the Traumas of History: The Case of First Estonian President
Liisa SEPPÄNEN, Finland: Buried in secrecy, surrounded by mystery, saved as curiosity – Animal grave from the early 20th century in town of Lahti (Finland)
Guglielmo STRAPAZZON / Rita DEIANA, Italy: GPR Survey to localize and analyze Tombs beneath the paving of Modern and Medieval Churches. A Case of Study from the Cathedral of Padova (It)

Conflict as Cultural Heritage: Cultural Heritage in Conflict
Chair: Stephen STEAD, UK
Rupert GIETL | Daniela ZAMBELLI, Italy: Conflict Archaeology of World War I along the high alpine frontline
Saadet GUNER, Turkey: “History of the Protection of the Cultural Heritage in Conflict”
Marzia MERLONGHI, Italy: CAAD: Crisis Areas Archaeological Database
Nour Allah MUNAWAR, Poland: Preserving Cultural Heritage in Conflict Areas
Vinod NAUTIYAL | Nagendra RAWAT, India: Spatial distribution of Late Medieval Fortresses (Garhs ) in Garhwal region of Central Himalaya, India
Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: Custer’s Last stand and its Afterlife; American Battlefield Archaeology versus American Heritage and Iconography
Max VAN DER SCHRIEK, The Netherlands: Dutch Military Landscapes: Heritage and Archaeology on WWII conflict sites

Cultural Heritage in Danger
Chairs: Benjamin DUCKE, Germany | Anita GACH | Friedrich SCHIPPER | Hubert SZEMETHY, Austria
Chance M. COUGHENOUR, Germany | Matthew L. VINCENT, Spain: Project Mosul – Preserving the Memory of Lost Heritage
Alessio DI IORIO, Italy: Cultural Landscape risk Identification, Management and Assessment
Benjamin DUCKE, Germany: High-fidelity processing of geophysical data in free and open source GIS
Ralf HESSE, Germany: Possibilities and challenges in the application of multi-temporal airborne lidar data sets for the monitoring of archaeological landscapes
Mohammad Esmaeil Esmaeili JELODAR | Mahsa VAHABI, Iran: The challenges and opportunities of archeology excavations of Urban Rescue in Tehran City based on emergency excavations in the region of Molavi
P. PERAKIS | T. THEOHARIS, Norway: Simulating Erosion on Cultural Heritage Monuments
Konstantinos PSARRAS | Nikolaos MYRIDIS | Ioannis TEGOS, Greece: Development of New Technologies for the Earthquake-Resistant Design of Churches Threatened by Tsunamis
Siyamak SARLAK | Mahsa VAHABI, Iran: Urban development, construction projects and urban archeology Case Study: Excavation, layer encryption of Shadqoli Khan site, Qom

Newbies & Young Scientists
Chairs: Michael DONEUS | Benjamin STANGL, Austria
Dorota BACHRATÁ | Josef ZÁRUBA, Czech Republic: Digital Re-sculpt/3D printed artwork and educational tourism
Radosław BEDNARSKI | Rafał SZRAJBER, Poland: Hear a heritage – image describe by sound
Pedro CABEZO | Paolo FORMAGLINI | Filippo GIANSANTI, Italy: From the suggestion of viewing to the understanding of photography: a case study over rephotography
James DIXON, UK | Valentina FANTINI, Italy: Cities as museums: Birmingham as outdoor gallery of urban ephemera
Radosveta KIROVA, Bulgaria: Documentation of cultural heritage through 3d methods: case of the tower in Teshovo
A. A. MALISHEV | V. V. MOOR | D. I. ZHEREBYATJEV, Russia: Virtual 3D reconstruction of anthropogenic landscape of Abrau peninsula in ancient times according to archeological data
Donato MANIELLO, Italy: Augmented reality on Michelangelo’s David
Martina POLIG, Sweden: The original Holy Cross Church in Dalby – new interpretations through digital archaeology
“Storytelling for Tourism in the Virtual Age. High Tech Travel for the 21st Century:
Chairs: Wolfgang BÖRNER, Austria | Eleni PANAGOU, Greece | Linda POTTER, USA
Abdelkader ABABNEH, Jordan: A Review of current status of presentation and protection approaches at Qusair Amra (Jordan) World heritage site
Ira DILLENIA | L. P. A. Savitri Chitra KUSUMA, Indonesia: The Potential of Marine Archaeological Resources for Cultural Tourism Development in Indonesia: Managing Techniques and Cases
Carmela CRESCENZI | Francesco TIOLI, Italy: The Göreme valley. To explore the human-environment interaction of rupestrian archaeological landscape
Stephan EHGARTER | Silvia RUSSEGGER, Austria: Indexbased Pubilc Portal for Cultural Heritage
Marino JAÉN ESPINOSA, Republic of Panama: Digital Storytelling of the Perote, a Traditional Festivity Held in Panama
Zain A. HAJAHJAH | Monther M. JAMHAWI, Jordan: IT-innovation and Technologies transfer to Heritage sites: The Case of Madaba, Jordan
Francesco GABELLONE, Italy: What communication for museums? Experiences and reflections within the project for the virtualization of the Museo Egizio in Turin
Konstantin HÖBART |Michael KLEIN, Austria | Gilbert SOETERS, The Netherlands: The Roman Maastricht VR Project
Andrea KOSTNER, Austria: “150 Years of the Ringstrasse”
Jose M. KOZAN | Iara B. KOZAN, USA: Virtual Watervliet: Multiple web-based interfaces to enhance local and virtual visitors’ experiences
Davide PANTILE | Valerio ROSSI, Italy: Magna Carta Rediscovered: enhancing tourism through a travelling multimedia exhibition
Nevena RADOJEVIC; Italy: Looking the Pazzi Chapel’s umbrella vault from its oculus
Jochen SCHMID, Germany: The palace facade of Tell Halaf as part of the reconception of the Museum of the Ancient Near East – Material monumentality or virtual multiplicity
Claudiu SILVESTRU, Austria: Experiencing Medieval Vienna – New Approaches towards the Presentation and Interpretation of Invisible Cultural Heritage

ARCHEO&ARTE3D Lab | MAIS, Italy: Ebla 3D Project
Roberto ATZENI |Valentina NALDINI, Italy | Pablo Rodriguez NAVARRO, Spain: Coastal towers between Spain and Sardinia: proposals for a documentation strategy
Giulia BALDI, Italy: The Romanesque Complex of SS. Trinita’ of Saccargia in Sardinia
Burak BELGE | Züleyha Sara BELGE, Turkey: Integrating Urban Archaeological Resources of Tarsus Historic City Centre (Turkey) into Urban Daily Life
Andrea BORRUSO, Italy | Luciano GILIBERTO, Germany: Recycling of techniques and technologies of everyday life for a low-cost archaeological investigation
Riccardo CACCIOTTI | Jaroslav VALACH, Czech Republic: Cultural Heritage Protection and Ontologies: the MONument Damage Information System
Carmine CANALETTI | Alessandro CAMIZ, Italy: Reading and designing the area of Lambousa-Karavas, Cyprus: Acheiropoietos monastery
Stefano COLUMBU | Nunzia STANTE | Giulia TUCCINI, Italy: Rethinking musealization for “Sant’Antioco di Bisarcio”: digital survey and 3D printing for one of the major Romanesque churches in Sardinia
Silvia D’ANDREA | Gianluca BELLI, Italy: From Porta alla Croce to Piazza Beccaria – The evolution of Florence from city to Capital
M. L. D’HOLLOSY, The Netherlands: Facing the Past
Anna FRASCARI | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: Methodologies for integrated survey and representation: the case of the Sarcophagus of Hekatomnos
Francesco GABELLONE | Maria Teresa GIANNOTTA, Italy: New data from buried archives: the late Roman mosaic at Otranto
Iacopo GIANNINI | Angela MANCUSO | Mauro MARIOTTINI, Italy: The Church of St. Maria and St. Stefano on the Hill of Pionta, Arezzo – Italy. Studies, comparisons and hypothetical reconstruction
Stéphane GIRAUDEAU | Andrea LEONARDI, Italy | Teresa Gil PIQUERAS, Spain: When an isolated building becomes a guideline for the urban pattern. The case of “Torrenostra” in Torreblanca, Castellón, Spain
Claudio GIUSTINIANI, Italy: Interactive virtual tour. Walking through the Göreme valley
Lukas GOLDMANN | Rainer KOMP, Germany: Computer aided analyses of large scale geomagnetic surveys
B.J. GROENEWOUDT | R.J. VAN LANEN, The Netherlands: Asking the past for directions: modelling and quantifying route-network persistence in dynamic lowlands
Irmela HERZOG, Germany | Alden YÉPEZ, Ecuador: The impact of the DEM on archaeological GIS studies
Dmitry KARELIN | Yulia KLIMENKO | Serjey KLIMENKO, Russia: The methods and approaches of the scientific 3D-reconstructions of architectural monuments: the research experience in the Moscow Institute of Architecture
Angela MANCUSO | Andrea PASQUALI, Italy: Digital Micro-Photogrammetry: new ways to dialogue with future researchers
Jana MINAROVIECH | Margareta MUSILOVA, Slovakia: 3D Reconstructions of Roman buildings from 1st century B.C. on the Celtic Hillfort in Bratislava
Petar PETROV, Bulgaria: Walk Into Tranquility
Tatiana PIGNATALE | Ilenia TRAMENTOZZI, Italy: Anonymous heritage-Integration of technology and visitors’ active involvement as a revaluation method of cultural assets
Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: “Et Tu Brute” Aristocratic Infighting during the last Generation of the Roman Republic and its Influence on the Urbanization of Rome
Francesca ROSSI, Italy: The Martyrial Church of St. Saturnino in Cagliari
Ali TAMER ÜRÜM, Turkey: The Ancient Theatres of Istanbul
Igor YURCHAK, Ukraine: Integration of Ukraine archeological cadastre into the European methodology for the identification, preservation and promotion of the cultural heritage
Natalie YURCHAK, Ukraine: Sensational information on never published before Kiev’s Necropolis by Lyudmila Protsenko from Kievan Rus till today and its importance for the historical cultural heritage

Nicola VELLUZZI, Italy: The Invisible of Perspective
M. T. GIANNOTTA | F. GABELLONE | A. DELL’AGLIO, Italy: MARTA tells. Hidden treasures’s virtual stories
Perla Gianni FALVO | Silvia FOLCHI | Antonio BARTOLI, Italy: Procession in time through to the splendour of the interior epiphany
Vesna LUKIC | Thomas KADOR, UK: Šabac Exile
Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Martin OCZIPKA | André KNUTH, Germany: Archaeocopter 2.0 Submerged!
John FILLWALK, USA: Simulation and Visualization in Cultural Heritage: Recent Projects by IDIA Lab

Round Table
Digital 3D Reconstruction – Methods, Strategies and Challenges
Chairs: Piotr KUROCZYŃSKI, Germany | Benjamin STANGL, Austria
Fabrizio APOLLONIO, Italy: Classification schemes and model validation of 3D digital reconstruction process
L. I. BORODKIN | V. V. MOOR | D. I. ZHEREBYATIEV, Russia: Virtual reconstruction of Moscow monastery of Passion Virgin (middle 17th – 1910s years)
Anthony CALDWELL | John A. LYNCH, USA: Approaches to Sharing Modeling Data
Dmitry KARELIN | Yulia KLIMENKO | Serjey KLIMENKO, Russia: The methods and approaches of the scientific 3D-reconstructions
Dominik LENGYEL | Catherine TOULOUSE, Germany: The consecution of uncertain knowledge, hypotheses and the design of abstraction
Mieke PFARR-HARFST, Germany: Investigation of 3D modelling workflows in CH with the object of development of key concepts and definitions
Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: Reading the project and “reverse design”: an architectural approach to digital reconstruction
Advanced Archaeological Training
Archaeological Geospatial Infrastructures – a fundament for management and collaboration
Organiser: Markus JOBST, Austria

Traces of violence and warfare in archaeological human remains (Workshop in connection with the Session “Discloing the Dead”)
Organisers: Karin WILTSCHKE-SCHROTTA | Michaela BINDER, Austria

Guided Tour – Exhibition “Wiener Ringstraße” (Monday, November 2nd, 6pm – City Hall)
Guided Tour City Hall (Tuesday, November 3rd, 6pm)


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