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Thursday, October 31 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
SE - Space2Place Symposium

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263 - Dan Bonenberger, Trevor Harris 
Placing Virtual Heritage: Reconciling Virtual and Cultural Heritage and the Spatial Turn

474 - Stefano Campana, Maurizio Forte, Nicola Lercari, Gianfranco Morelli and Kriss Strutt
4D SURVEYS AT ÇATALHÖYÜK: HIGH RESOLUTION GPR AND LASERSANNING

193 - Patrick Ryan Williams, Ana Cristina Londono, Megan L. Hart, Donna Nash, Sofia Chacaltana and Megan Hente
Surface Architectural Scanning of Archaeological Sites with Ground Based Lidar in Southern Peru

94 - Nicola Lercari, Maurizio Forte, David Zielinski and Rebecca Lai
Çatalhöyük @ DiVE

476 - Luisanna Usai, Francesca Condò, Stefano Campana, Laura Lai and Matteo Sordini
4D recording and analysis: the case study of Nuraghe Oes (Sardinia)

70 - Jean-Baptiste Barreau
ALERT Mobile: managing coastal archaeological heritage in Western France

466 - Changlin Wang, Yueping Nie, Xinyuan Wang and Tianhua Hong
Contribution to Digital Heritage with Space Technologies: An Introduction to HIST

376 - Berdien De Roo, Jean Bourgeois and Philippe De Maeyer
On the way to a 4D archaeological GIS: state-of-the-art, future directions and need for standardization

Moderators
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Stefano Campana

Landscape Archaeology - Lecturer, University of Siena
Stefano Campana comes from Switzerland originally but has been working for the past fourteen years at the University of Siena in Italy. He is one of Italy’s most active and inventive young lecturer, specializing in landscape archaeology, remote sensing, GIS and ubiquitous communication for purposes of research, recording and conservation. His work is focused on the understanding of past landscapes from prehistory to the present day, with... 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.

Speakers
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Jean-Baptiste Barreau

CReAAH UMR6566 - CNRS
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Dan Bonenberger

Eastern Michigan University
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Cuca Branka

CYPRUS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
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Laura Lai

CHERCHEUR, Dept. DipNeT - Scienze della Natura e del Territorio, Univer
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Nicola Lercari

Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University
Nicola Lercari, Ph.D., is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University where his research focus on visualization technologies applied to the humanities, cross-media systems for museums, and 3D real-time environment for education and gaming. He has worked on several digital humanities initiatives both in Italy (CINECA supercomputing center and University of Bologna) and in the United States... Read More →
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Berdien De roo

Ghent University, Geography Department
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Patrick Williams

The Field Museum


Thursday October 31, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

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