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Tuesday, October 29 • 4:10pm - 6:00pm
T3 fp 3 - Analysis for conservation and dissemination

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16:10 - 16:32
132 - Jean-Baptiste Barreau, Ronan Gaugne, Yann Bernard, Gaétan Le Cloirec and Valérie Gouranton
The West Digital Conservatory of Archaeological Heritage project

16:32 - 16:54
137 - Guido Cimadomo
Documentation and dissemination of Cultural Heritage: current solutions and considerations about its digital implementation

16:54 - 17:16
325 - Fabrizio Ivan Apollonio, Marco Gaiani, Mauro Felicori, Antonella Guidazzoli, Luigi Virgolin, Maria Chiara Liguori, Federico Fallavollita, Massimo Ballabeni, Zheng Sun and Antonio Baglivo
Bologna porticoes project: a 3D repository for WHL UNESCO nomination

17:16 - 17:38
369 - Nevio Dubbini and Gabriele Gattiglia
A PageRank based predictive model for the estimation of the archaeological potential of an urban area

17:38 - 18:00
336 - Maud Mulliez, Philippe Jockey and Mauro Vincitore
Virtual Reconstruction and Experimental Attempt in Archaeology: The Massalian Treasury in Delphi

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Matteo Dellepiane

Visual Computing Lab ISTI-CNR

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Jean-Baptiste Barreau

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Guido Cimadomo

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Gabriele Gattiglia

Research Fellow, Università di Pisa
I'm an archaeologist and research fellow at University of Pisa - MAPPA laboratory (www.mappaproject.org). My areas of interest regard digital archaeology and medieval/postmedieval archaeology. I divide my work between professional activities and research. I deal with urban and preventive archaeology, archaeological GIS, open data issues, predictive modelling and the study of Pisa and Versilia (northwestern Tuscany) in the Middle Ages. I'm... Read More →
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Philippe Jockey

DH2013 Local Board, Professor, AMU-CCJ
Philippe Jockey, ancient Member of the École française d’Athènes, is Professor of Greek history and civilization at Aix-Marseille University and Researcher at the Centre Camille Jullian (UMR 7299, Aix-Marseille University / CNRS). As an archaeologist and historian, he specialized in studying the techniques of ancient Greek sculpture, from the very beginning of the carving process to the last gilding and painting on marble surface, as... Read More →

Tuesday October 29, 2013 4:10pm - 6:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

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