Presentations and Authors

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3D technologies for archaeological research: theory & methodologies

Image-Based 3D Documentation of Archaeological Trenches Considering Spatial, Temporal and Semantic Aspects
Robert Wulff, Reinhard Koch
Three dimensional modular construction system for interpretation and visualization of archaeological urban environments
Paul Johnson, Michael Klein, Nicola Schiavottiello
3D documentation and exploratory data analysis of excavation data using GIS
Markos Katsianis, Spyros Tsipidis

Advances in computational photography: techniques for conservation, research, analysis and public access

Multispectral Image Analysis of a Censored Postcard from 1942
Florian Kleber, Fabian Hollaus, Robert Sablatnig
Multi-spectral imaging of historic handwritings
Fabian Hollaus, Florian Kleber, Robert Sablatnig

Archaeological Predictive Modelling: old applications to new environments and new applications to old environments

Ecological niche modelling for archaeological prediction: Case studies from the Pleistocene Levant and Holocene East Japan
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takashi Oguchi

Archaeological Simulation Modelling as computational social science: next steps forward

Evaluating Prehistoric Population Events in Finland: A Simulation Approach
Tarja Sundell, Juhana Kammonen, Martin Heger, Jukka Palo, Päivi Onkamo

Computer-aided coin archiving and processing

Automatically Recognizing the Legends of Ancient Roman Imperial Coins
Albert Kavelar, Sebastian Zambanini, Martin Kampel
Automatic coin classification and identification
Reinhold Huber-Mörk, Michael Nölle, Michael Rubik, Michael Hödlmoser, Martin Kampel, Sebastian Zambanini

Connecting to cultural heritage: using 3D visualisation to engage public audiences

Three-dimensional tour into the mysterious world of Ancient Egyptian Mummies. A stereo 3D film in the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Máté Petrik, Miklós Kázmér, Zsófia Végvári
ICON – A Content Exchange Mechanism for 3D Cultural Heritage Models
James Miles, Richard Beales, Ajay Chakravarthy, Ken Meacham, Michael Selway, Mike Stapleton, Sam Kuhn, James Stevenson, Carlos Jimenez, Steve Luther

From the scientist to the citizen: communicating digital archaeology

History in 3D: New Virtualization Techniques for Innovative Architectural and Archeological Scholarship and Education
Krupali Krusche, Paul Turner, Christopher Sweet

Geography and-or-not topology: spatial network approaches in archaeology

Re-contextualising inter-visibility networks with artefact networks for understanding urban connectivity in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain
Tom Brughmans, Graeme Earl, Simon Keay, Leif Isaksen, Catriona Cooper

Geomorphometric approaches in archaeology

A Digital Terrain Analysis and Multi-Critera Evaluation of Higher Archaeological Potential Landforms in Northern Alaska.
Sarah Kessick

Integrated geospatial approaches to the interpretation of archaeological environments

Pursuing the past: Current approaches to integrated geophysical surveys of Roman urban landscapes in the Mediterranean
Stephen Kay, Sophie Hay, Nicholas Crabb, Elizabeth Richley

Joined-Up Data: what are the new research questions?

Linking data to explore Landscape and Identity in England
John Pybus, Xin Xiong, Chris Gosden, Zena Kamash, Chris Green, Letty Ten Harkel

Large databases and datasets

Archaeology in broad strokes: collating data for England from 1500 BC to AD 1086
Chris Green, Chris Gosden, Zena Kamash, Letty Ten Harkel, Xin Xiong, John Pybus
ROAD - A Portal and Platform for Research on Early Humans
Michael Märker, Zara Kanaeva, Geraldine Quénéhervé, Volker Hochschild

Lightning talks

“TOMOBIKI Night” a Japanese Archaeo-GIS Ustream programme
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takayuki Ako

Modelling & sharing cultural heritage data (General Papers)

Information Models as Representations of Paradox of Change and Control in Digital Infrastructures
Teija Tuulia Oikarinen, Helena Karasti
Manuella Kadar, Maria Muntean

Round-table: Problems, methods and solutions in archaeological prospection

Round Table Discussion
Kayt Armstrong, Chris Gaffney, Anthony Beck, Steve Davis, Klaus Locker, Karolin Kastowsky, Geert Verhoeven, Benjamin Vis, Jimmy Adcock, Jessica Ogden, Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay, Kris Strutt

Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) in archaeology and cultural heritage: achievements, problems and perspectives

From system to society and safety: Twelve months of Consortium for the Earthquake-Damaged Cultural Heritage of Japan
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takayuki Ako, Yu Fujimoto, Yoichi Seino, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Tomokatsu Uozu, Akihiro Kaneda

Spatial thinking in archaeology

Exploring the effects of curvature and refraction on GIS-based visibility studies
Mariza Kormann, Gary Lock

The Virtuality-Reality Blender. Mediated and Mixed Reality applications in archaeology and cultural heritage

iConText – an App for Conveying Archaeological Contexts and Reception Histories of Exhibits to Museum Visitors
Marco Klindt, Daniel Baum, Steffen Prohaska, Hans-Christian Hege


Intrasite spatial analysis of the cemeteries with dispersed cremations
Marge Konsa
Application of RTI in Conservation
The Portus Project: Simulating the Ship-sheds
Grant Bryan Jeffrey Cox, Simon Keay, Christina Triantaphyllou, Graeme Earl
Visualizing History: Visualization of Archeological and Architectural Sites
Paul Turner, Krupali Uplekar Krusche, Christopher Sweet, Benjamin Keller
Enemy at the Gates – Prediction models of the siege tactics at the castles in the 15th century
Petr Koscelník
Geophysical survey in North Africa: Archaeological research by the British School at Rome and Archaeological Prospection Services of the University of Southampton
Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay
Pursuing the Past: Geophysical prospection services in the Mediterranean
Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay, Kristian Strutt, Nicholas Crabb, Elizabeth Richley, Alice James
The Musawwarat Graffiti Archive: a workbench environment for the publication of large image collections and related complex data sets
Cornelia kleinitz, Robert Casties
Illuminating Africa’s past: using Reflectance Transformation Imaging techniques in documenting ancient graffiti at Musawwarat es Sufra
Cornelia Kleinitz, Hembo Pagi

3D technologies for archaeological research: applications

Towards an interactive procedural reconstruction of the Louvre
Sven Havemann, Ulrich Krispel, Wolfgang Thaller, Rene Zmugg, Martin Pszeida, Dieter Fellner

GIS methodologies, applications and case studies (General Papers)

Analysis of relationship between archaeological site distribution and multiple environmental factors in the Jomon Period of Japan using GIS
Susumu Kato
Spatio-temporal analysis of radiocarbon dated archaeological artefacts from eastern Fennoscandia – a Bayesian computing approach using a Poisson point process model
Juhana Kammonen, Petro Pesonen, Markku Oinonen, Tarja Sundell, Päivi Onkamo

Terrestrial Geophysics (General Papers)

The Hinterland of Portus. Integrated Analysis of Geophysical Survey Data and Remotely Sensed Imagery in the Tiber Delta
Kristian David Strutt, Simon Keay, Martin Millett, Gregory Tucker
Higher precision at higher speed: Geomagnetic prospection near the threshold of sensitivity with the digitiser LEA D2
Cornelius Meyer, Henning Zöllner, Rudolf Kniess, Burkart Ullrich

Archaeological method & theory (General Papers)

Reconstructing Fragments: Shape Grammars and Archaeological Research
Myrsini Mamoli, Terry Knight