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Tuesday, October 29 • 10:00am - 6:00pm
SE- CAA Fall 2013 Symposium

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Introduction: Computer Applications in Archaeology
Jeffrey Clark and Axel Poluschny


SENSING ARCHAEOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES & SITES

UAV photogrammetry for archaeological survey: the Theaters area of Pompeii
391 - Renato Saleri, Valeria Cappellini, Nicolas Nony, Marc Pierrot-Deseilligny, Emmanuel Bardiere, Massimiliano Campi and Livio De Luca

Changing visual networks around Besançon: Combining intervisibility and vegetation modeling
284 - Rachel Opitz, Laure Nuninger and Catherine Fruchart

Ground Based Lidar of Ancient Andean Agricultural Systems
261- Ana Cristina Londono, Megan L. Hart, Patrick Ryan Williams and Megan Hente


11:00a                COFFEE


Visualizing the Invisible: Digital Reconstruction from an Integrated Archaeological Remote Sensing and Geophysical Research of a Late Roman Villa in Dürres (ALBANIA)
250 - Daniele Malfitana, Giuseppe Cacciaguerra, Giovanni Fragalà, Giovanni Leucci, Nicola Masini, Cettina Santagati, Giuseppe Scardozzi and Eduard Shehi

From Mounds to Maps to Models: Visualizing Ancient Architecture across Landscapes
413- Heather Richards-Rissetto 

The Research on the Road System of the Hittite Empire
439 - İbrahim Murat Ozulu, Esma Reyhan, Fazlı Engin Tombuş and Mustafa Coşar

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION


1:00p                LUNCH


ARCHAEOLOGICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

REVEAL: one future for heritage documentation
18 - Donald Sanders

Mobile Analysis of Large Temporal Datasets for Exploration and Discovery

119 - Andrew Huynh and Albert Lin

OpenDig: In-Field Data Recording for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
328 - Matthew Vincent

Open Data Kit: Mobile Data Collection for Cultural Heritage
274 - Edward Fitzgerald

From tablet to website: using FAIMS and Heurist to collect and publish field data
286 - Ian Johnson

Construction of an archaeology and cultural heritage oriented GIS in order to document an ancient city. Case study of the archaelogical site of Grand (France).
296 - Anaïs Guillem, Alain Fuchs, Thierry Dechezleprêtre and Gilles Halin


3:50p                COFFEE BREAK


COMMUNICATING ARCHAEOLOGY: THEORY & PRACTICE

RevQuest: The Black Chambers: Bringing together Technology and Gaming at a Historical Site
482 - Lisa Fischer 

3D Documentation at Çatalhöyük: New Perspectives for Digital Archaeology
93 - Maurizio Forte, Nicolo Dell'Unto, Scott Haddow and Nicola Lercari

Gavrinis : the raising of digital stones
412 - Laurent Lescop, Serge Cassen and Valentin Grimaud

Digital Archaeological Landscapes & Replicated Artifacts: Questions of Analytical & Phenomenological Authenticity & Ethical Policies in CyberArchaeology
202 - Ashley Richter, Vid Petrovic and David Vanoni

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 


Moderators
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Jeffrey Clark

Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, North Dakota State University
avatar for Axel Posluschny

Axel Posluschny

Project Manager, Roman-Germanic COmmission of the German Archaeological Insti

Speakers
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Lisa Fischer

Director of the Digital History Center, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
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Edward Fitzgerald

Research Assistant, National Park Service
Edward G. FitzGerald is a Research Assistant at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT), an office of the Nation Park Service. His work there focuses on projects that advance the use of technology in historic preservation. His current projects include development of a system for documenting cultural resources after a disaster using mobile devices and expanding the content and usership of Preservapedia.org, a wiki... Read More →
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Maurizio Forte

Professor, Duke University
My last research work is at the intersection of cyber-archaeology (meaning the digital simulation of the past), cognitive archaeology and neurosciences. More specifically, I am interested to investigate how the information is shaped, elaborated, stored and then culturally transmitted by different societies, with a focus on ancient civilizations and material culture.
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Anaïs Guillem

Architect-archaeologist, Marie Curie Fellow, University of Ljubljana
As an architect and archaeologist, one of Anaïs's central topics is that of reconstruction. Her interests cover this field from the data acquisition, to the study of monuments, the objects collections and the modeling process and techniques. Within the ITN-DCH project as Early Stage Researcher, her position focuses on large scale spatio-temporal reconstruction.
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Andrew Huynh

University of California San Diego
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Ian Johnson

Honorary Associate, University of Sydney
Web-based databases and GIS/mapping applied to historical and archaeological applications. Mobile/tablet applications for field data collection and delivery of historical and cultural tours, Augmented Reality, semantic web
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Laurent Lescop

Enseignant chercheur, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Nantes
Architecte et docteur en Sciences pour l’architecte, enseignant chercheur à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Nantes. Spécialisé dans les techniques numériques, il développe une recherche visant à développer let maitriser les outils conceptuels et techniques permettant de passer du relevé numérique à la médiation auprès du... Read More →
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Nicolas Nony

DH2013 Volunteer, CNRS-MAP laboratory
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Rachel Opitz

MSHE C.N. Ledoux, Universite de Franche-Comte / CAST, University of Arkansas
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Ibrahim Murat Ozulu

Lecturer, Hitit University
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Heather Richards-rissetto

Department of Geography, Middlebury College
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Ashley Marie Richter

Cultural Heritage Diagnostics Researcher/ PhD Student in Anthropological Archaeology, Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture, and Archaeology at the University of California, San Diego's
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Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc.
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and publications of all kinds.
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Cettina Santagati

Lecturer, University of Catania
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Matthew Vincent

Researcher, digitalMED, Universidad de Murcia
Archaeologist, Coder, Digital Cultural Heritage Professional
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Patrick Williams

The Field Museum


Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

Attendees (27)