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Monday, October 28 • 2:00pm - 3:50pm
T1 sp 2 - Methods & Applications

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14:00 - 14:14
99 - Donatella Dominici, Elisa Rosciano, Maria Alicandro, Michail Elaiopoulos, Serena Trigliozzi and Vincenzo Massimi
Cultural heritage documentation using geomatic techniques; Case study: San Basilio’s monastery - L’Aquila

14:14 - 14:27
555 - Martin Schaich, Peter Jahnke, Sebastian Knechtel and Max Rahrig
On the 3D Documentation of the Igel Column – Original and Copy. Structured 3D Survey and Analytical 3D Information System

14:27 - 14:41
102 Stefan Lindgren and Fabrizio Galeazzi 
3D Laser Scanning in Cave Environment:  the Case of Las Cuevas, Belize. Acquisition of the Cave System and Excavation Area

14:41 - 14:55
199 - David Srour, Ashley Richter, Thomas Levy and Falko Kuester
Temporal Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Visualize the Archaeological Excavation Process

14:55 - 15:09
440 - Yukinori Kawae, Yoshihiro Yasumuro, Ichiroh Kanaya and Fumito Chiba
3D Reconstruction of the “Cave” of the Great Pyramid from Video Footage

15:09 - 15:22
427 - Athos Agapiou, Branka Cuca, Kyriakos Themistocleous, Dimitiros D. Alexakis,  Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis 
Integrated method for tracking changes in archeo-landscapes using remote and close-range technologies 

15:22 - 15:36
465 - Stefan Stamenov and Vanya Naydenova
GNSS role in planning and conductance of terrain archaeological survey: technical aspects and methodology

15:36 - 15:50
275 - Yeonkyung Kang, Sehee Wu, Young-A Ko, Kathi Martin and Hyeong-Seok Ko
Digital Production of Traditional Costumes

Moderators
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Gabriele Guidi

VSMM Vice President, Politecnico di Milano
Gabriele Guidi is Associate Professor of Reverse Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (Italy). He received his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering in 1988 and Ph.D. in 1992 from the Universities of Florence and Bologna respectively. He started his researches working on ultrasound equipment for biomedical imaging and from 1999 he began to explore 3D imaging technologies applied to Cultural Heritage under the supervision of Jean Angelo... Read More →

Speakers
MA

Maria Alicandro

University of L'Aquila
CB

Cuca Branka

CYPRUS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
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Ichi Kanaya

Osaka University
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Yukinori Kawae

JSPS Research Fellow, Nagoya University
Yukinori Kawae, Archaeologist/Egyptologist, joined the Giza Plateau Mapping Project (http://www.aeraweb.org/) led by Dr. Mark Lehner in 2004, and there he is an area supervisor of the excavations of the "Pyramid Town". In addition to his excavation works, he is a laser scanning director of Ancient Egypt Research Associates Inc. The U.S.-Japan-Egypt joint laser scanning team successfully archived 3D data of the tomb of Khentkawes [I] at Giza... Read More →
HK

Hyeong-Seok Ko

South Korea, Seoul National University
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Stefan Lindgren

Research engineer, Humanities Laboratory, Lund university
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Martin Schaich

Director, Archaeologist, 3D Surveying Specialist for Heritage Documenation & Photogrammetry, ArcTron 3D Ltd.
Our passion lies in the high-precision 3D heritage documentation. Objects from smallest artefacts to complete architectural monuments and large terrain sections are being recorded in 3D with different laserscanning systems in the most rapid, efficient and cost-effective way. The 3D data from airborne, terrestrial and mobile laser scanning is being specifically processed and photorealistically textured. The result is a perfect digital 3D model... Read More →
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David Srour

Calit2 / CISA3
SS

Stefan Stamenov

Space Research and Technology Institute - BAS
YY

Yasumuro Yoshihiro

Kansai University


Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

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