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Monday, October 28
 

8:00am

Registration
Monday October 28, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
(as listed)

9:00am

Company Exhibition
Sponsors and partners
avatar for ArcTron 3D

ArcTron 3D

Expertise in three dimensions
EU-funded Research Project ArcTron 3D is part of a top-class consortium substantially funded by the EU in order to develop new technologies for rock art research. The impressive rock art across the Valcamonica valley in Northern Italy is subject of the project. More than 100.000 single images are spread over the 70km long valley and date from the Chalcolithic to the Middle Ages. „Rock art“ – images carved or pecked into stone... Read More →
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Art Graphique et Patrimoine

ART GRAPHIQUE ET PATRIMOINE is a specialized French SME in 3D documentation and numeric applications on historical monuments and cultural site. Since 1993, AGP has 3D Scanned more than 1,000 major historical monuments in France and in the world, such as Versailles Castle, Mont Saint Michel, Notre Dame de Paris, Arles Amphitheatre or sites in Russia, Somalia, Madagascar, Afghanistan, etc… Our specialized staff, professional craftsmen on the... Read More →
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AUTODESK (PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP)

3D Design, Engineering & Entertainment Software, Company
Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Customers across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and media and entertainment industries—including the last 17 Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects—use Autodesk software to design, visualize, and simulate their ideas before they're ever built or created. From blockbuster visual effects and buildings that create their... Read More →
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DIGITAL PROJECTION (SILVER SPONSORSHIP)

Digital Projection – Commercial and Home Theater Projectors, Company
Digital Projection are a digital imaging pioneer and industry leader, manufacturers and distributers of ultra high-performance 3-chip and single-chip DLP® projection systems.
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LITHIAS

Pierre, art & ornements exceptionnels
l'atelier LITHIAS est une société de sculpture  | numérique sur pierre naturelle, labélisée par le | Ministère de la Recherche. | | Fondé par Bernard et Ghislain Moret de Rocheprise, le père passionné de patrimoine et de parcs et jardins, le fils expert en nouvelles technologies 3D et dans leurs applications à l’art et la culture, l’atelier Lithias... Read More →
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Nikon Metrology

Nikon Metrology offers metrology solutions for applications ranging from inspection of micro-components to the assembly of the largest aircrafts. The optical precision solutions contribute to an efficient manufacturing process enabling manufacturers to deliver premium quality products in a shorter time. The portfolio comprises CMMs, 3D laser scanners, X-ray and CT systems, large-scale metrology solutions and an extended range of vision... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2013 9:00am - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Agora

9:15am

Opening Ceremony
Welcome 
Michel Vauzelle, President, Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur & President, Villa Méditerranée

Welcome Address
Alonzo C. Addison, Livio De Luca, Sofia Pescarin
DigitalHeritage 2013 General Co-Chairs

Opening remarks

Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director General for Culture, UNESCO 
Janis Karklins, Assistant Director General for Communications & Information, UNESCO
Javier Hernandez-Roz, Head of "Creativity" unit, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology' (DG CONNECT), European Commission
Pascal Lievaux, Head of the department of research and science policy, french Ministry of Culture and Communication
Patrice Bourdelais, Director, Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, CNRS
Bruno Suzzarelli, President, MuCEM

Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

President, VSMM
Technology Catalyst, Author, Professor, Entrepreneur. With senior leadership roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley and the University of California, Lon Addison has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, research, and management of information technology in heritage, culture & the arts, design & engineering, the environment and more.  An advisor to non-profits, technology ventures, and governments, he has... Read More →
avatar for Livio De Luca

Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, CNR-ITABC
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage Lab (VHLab). At CNR she coordinates at national level a research unit dedicated to “Virtual Heritage: integrated digital technologies for the understanding... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Francesco Bandarin

Francesco Bandarin

Assistant Director-General for Culture, UNESCO
Francesco Bandarin, architect and planner, served as Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre from September 2000 to March 2011. He was appointed UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture in May 2010. He trained as an architect (Venice, 1975) and as an urban planner (UC Berkeley, 1977) and has pursued an academic career as Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Venice (IUAV) and a professional career as a consultant for... Read More →
avatar for Patrice Bourdelais

Patrice Bourdelais

Head of the Division for Social Sciences & Humanities, CNRS
Patrice Bourdelais is currently the head of the Division for Social sciences and Humanities at the CNRS (since 2010). Historian and demographer, Full Professor at the EHESS (Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales), he had also be trained in epidemiology and bacteriology at the Pasteur Institute. | He has worked on the population history, the urban population of industry and the urban mortality penalty, the population aging, the... Read More →
avatar for Javier Hernández-Ros

Javier Hernández-Ros

Head of Unit G2 – Creativity – DG Communication networks, Content and Technologies (CNECT), EU Commission
Carried out Civil Engineering studies and holds a Masters in Business Administration. Joined the European Commission in 1986 and was involved in technology transfer and innovation policies. From June 2002 to December 2010 he was Head of the "Access to Information" unit, promoting legal initiatives to support the development of the digital content industry, notably the "directive for re-use of public sector information". He was... Read More →
avatar for Jānis Kārkliņš

Jānis Kārkliņš

Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO
Before assuming duties of the Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information of UNESCO in July 2010, Mr Jānis Kārkliņš served as Latvian Ambassador to France, Andorra, Monaco and UNESCO, as well as the Permanent Representative of Latvia to the United Nations in Geneva. | | Prior to the post in Geneva, he served as the Undersecretary of State in Latvia. Previously, he served as Counselor in the Latvian Embassies in both... Read More →
avatar for Pascal Lievaux

Pascal Lievaux

Head of the department of research and science policy, French Ministry of Culture and Communications
Pascal Liévaux is chief curator of the heritage. PhD in art history, specializing in modern architecture, he taught at the University of Tours. He had numerous articles and books on architecture and urban planning from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century published. Since 2010 he’s the Head of the Department of research and science policy of the Directorate General for Heritage. As such, he is specifically monitoring the... Read More →
avatar for Bruno Suzzarelli

Bruno Suzzarelli

President, MuCEM
By decree by the President of the Republic dated 16 April 2013, Bruno Suzzarelli was appointed President of the public institution of the Museum of Civilisations From Europe and the Mediterranean. A graduate of IEP Paris holding a DESS in public law, former student of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Bruno Suzzarelli has been the Deputy Director of the Musées de France (1984-1988) and delegate adjoint of Arts Plastiques... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2013 9:15am - 10:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

10:00am

Opening Roundtable
Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

President, VSMM
Technology Catalyst, Author, Professor, Entrepreneur. With senior leadership roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley and the University of California, Lon Addison has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, research, and management of information technology in heritage, culture & the arts, design & engineering, the environment and more.  An advisor to non-profits, technology ventures, and governments, he has... Read More →
avatar for Livio De Luca

Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, CNR-ITABC
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage Lab (VHLab). At CNR she coordinates at national level a research unit dedicated to “Virtual Heritage: integrated digital technologies for the understanding... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for J-Angelo Beraldin

J-Angelo Beraldin

Researcher, NRC Canada
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Director of the Digital History Center, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
avatar for Holger Graf

Holger Graf

DH2015 Publication Chair, Fraunhofer IGD
Holger Graf received his diploma degree in ‘Technomathematik‘ (Industrial Mathematics) from the University of Karlsruhe in 1997 and graduated in 1998 from the department of computer science at the University of Bristol (England) with a M.Sc. in ‘Global Computing and Multimedia’. In 1999, he worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Telematics in Trier, Germany. Since January 2000, he follows a research position as... Read More →
avatar for Gabriele Guidi

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 →
avatar for Sarah Kenderdine

Sarah Kenderdine

Director, Centre for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (iGLAM), City University of Hong Kong
avatar for Julian Richards

Julian Richards

Director and Professor, Archaeology Data Service, University of York
HR

Holly Rushmeier

Yale University
RS

Robert Sablatnig

Head of Institute, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Computer Aided Automation
Robert Sablatnig was born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria, in 1965. He re­ceived the B.Sc. de­gree in Computer Science in 1988, the M.Sc. de­gree (Diplom Ingenieur) in Computer Science (Computer Graphics, Pat­tern Recognition & Image Processing) in 1992, the Ph.D. degree in Com­­puter Science in 1997 and the “venia docendi” (habilitation) in Applied Computer Science in 2003, all from the Vienna University... Read More →
avatar for Roberto Scopigno

Roberto Scopigno

Research Director, ISTI-CNR
avatar for Harold Thwaites

Harold Thwaites

Director, Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation
Past VSMM President of 7 years. Originally from Canada, Concordia University for 31 years, now living and working in Malaysia. Leading 5 innovative digital heritage projects at CCCDI at University of Malaya.


Monday October 28, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

11:00am

Coffee Breaks
Monday October 28, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

11:00am

Digital Heritage Expo

DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision.

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).

Supported by Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by  Digital Projection


OPENING TIMES

Monday, october 28 : 9 a.m. to 19 p.m. / only for congress attendees


IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Cubiculum musicae ‎ 

i-treasure ‎ 

Paris and Giza 3d

DIGITALHERITAGE @ WORK

Cutlab3d 

Artifactvis2


VIRTUAL MUSEUMS 

Virtual Museum demonstrator

Tangible geographical interface

Monte Michele

Nantes

Smart Architectural Models

HERITOUCH

Acropolis (CHESS)

Singosari

Reenchant Historical Heritage

Techcoltour

Stolac

Virtual Aquileia


EDUTAINMENT 

Excavate and Learn

Fort Ross

Imago Bononiae and Apa Game


ART AND CREATIVITY

Virtual Mauer

Raffaello Madonna of the Goldfinch

Pureland

Art Science


MULTIVISION 

Mochica

Siracusa 3d

Chavin Perù

Marq

From Villefranche to Marseille

Giza (by virtualware)

Facsimile


Monday October 28, 2013 11:00am - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Plateau Expo

11:20am

T1 sp 1 - Technology
11:20 -11:34
265 - Alberto Signoroni, Francesco Bonarrigo and Nicola Pezzotti
On-the-fly automatic alignment and global registration of free path collected 3D scans

11:34 - 11:48
276 - Sumandeep Banerjee, Prabir Kumar Biswas, Partha Bhowmick and Somnath Dutta
A Low-Cost Portable 3D Laser Scanning System with Aptness from Acquisition to Visualization

11:48 - 12:02
280 - Marcello Manfredi, Greg Williamson, Dale Kronkright, Eric Doehne, Gregory Bearman, Megan Jacobs and Emilio Marengo
Measuring Changes in Cultural Heritage Objects with Reflectance Transform Imaging

12:02 - 12:16
393 - Juan Gregorio Rejas, Francisco Burillo, Javier Bonatti and Rubén Martínez
Anomaly Detection using Remote Sensing for the Archaeological Heritage Registration

12:16 - 12:31
437 - Sara Gonizzi, Laura L. Micoli and Gabriele Guidi 
Quick textured mesh generation for massive 3D digitization of museum artifacts

12:31 - 12:46
186 - Aurore Mathys, Jonathan Brecko and Patrick Semal
Comparing 3D digitising technologies: where are the differences?

12:46 - 13:00
222 - Jeroen De Reu, Wim De Clercq and Pieter Laloo
Orthophoto mapping and digital surface modeling for archaeological excavations. An image-based 3D modeling approach

Moderators
avatar for Fabio Remondino

Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Sumandeep Banerjee

Sumandeep Banerjee

Senior Research Fellow, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Robotics / Computer Vision / Archeology / Anthropology / Classical and Medieval History / Biking / Traveling / Cooking / Enjoying local cuisines from around the World
avatar for Gabriele Guidi

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 →
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Marcello Manfredi

University of Eastern Piedmont
AM

Aurore Mathys

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
JG

Juan Gregorio Rejas

National Institute for Aerospace Technology
JD

Jeroen De Reu

Post-doctoral researcher, Department of Archaeology - Ghent University
avatar for Alberto Signoroni

Alberto Signoroni

University of Brescia
Image and multidimensional data coding and analysis. 3D computer vision. 3D digitisation. Biomedical imaging


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

11:20am

Pa 372 - Europeana Inside: Connecting 7000...

Creating the missing link. How to connect the workflow of 7000 cultural institutes into a dynamic network for reuse
Marco Streefkerk and Roxanne Wyns

For heritage to remain of value in the digital, networked society, combined reuse of distributed collections is crucial. However delivering content and metadata of cultural artifacts from their internal knowledge repositories, into public and open content aggregators such as Europeana, is still a major challenge for cultural organizations throughout Europe and worldwide.

Automation of their workflow as well as providing them with supporting knowledge and tools can remove or diminish existing barriers (organisation, legal, technical) for content providers, like museums. Especially for smaller organisations, the commercial vendors of their collection management systems are essential in making this possible. Europeana Inside, co-funded by the European Union under the CIP-ICT-PSP program to support the Digital Agenda for Europe, is unique as collaborative project of public memory organisations and commercial companies. When successful the project can set a best practice for potential 7000 memory institutions to achieve a lasting transformation in the quantity, scope and usability of the content available for distributed re-use. As the result these organisations will prove a strong foundation for the value network of digital cultural heritage.

During the first months of the project, dedicated to defining specifications, some major challenges were identified. Finding answers to these challenges, acceptable to all stakeholder (heritage institutions, service providers, creative industry, national and European government) is crucial to the success, not only of the project but also to the Europeana Network and indeed the international ecosystem for digital heritage. For the Europeana Inside consortium Digital Heritage 2013 provides an unique opportunity to validate the direction of the project against an audience of researchers and practitioners on digital heritage and make some final adjustments if necessary and define the outcomes in detail to be most valuable to the digital heritage domain.

Moderators
avatar for Marco de Niet

Marco de Niet

Director, Digital Heritage Netherlands
Marco de Niet is the Director of Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (DEN foundation), the Dutch knowledge centre for digital heritage. DEN is a government funded organisation to promote standardisation and monitor the progress of the national digital infrastructure for cultural heritage. Marco is actively involved in various European projects, such as Europeana, ENUMERATE, Europeana Inside, meSch and V-Must.net Marco studied Dutch language and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Roxanne Wyns

Roxanne Wyns

Business Consultant, KU Leuven - LIBIS


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

11:20am

Pa 571 - Digital Learning in Heritage Orgs...
Digital Learning in Southern Europe Heritage Organisations
Anne Gombault and Aurélien Decamps

The topic arises from an ongoing European research program (FEDER-SUDOE) called TRANSCREATIVA, dealing with creative industries development in France/Spain/Portugal. One part of the program deals with cross-fertilization between digital industry and heritage industry.

The panel introduces this research in progress on the use of digital technologies in the Southern Europe heritage sector. Specific questions are raised such as:  What is the learning process of digital technologies in the Southern Europe heritage sector?  Which steps and practices in this process could we observe? What are the good and bad heritage practices for digital use?

The discussion is contextualized with the characteristics of Southern Europe heritage regions. Various case studies from France, Spain, Portugal, are introduced and presented by panelist speakers from the cultural and regional economics, cultural management, psychology and social fields).

Panel format invites the audience to share knowledge during the panel and to suggest future lines of research for the panel topic.


Proposers and moderators :

Anne Gombault, Professor of Management, Head of the Research Cluster "Culture, Sports, Tourism", KEDGE Business School, Bordeaux-Marseille, anne.gombault@kedgebs.com

Aurélien Decamps, Professor of Regional Economics, Research Cluster "Culture, Sports, Tourism", KEDGE Business School, Bordeaux-Marseille, aurelien.decamps@kedgebs.com


Guest Speakers :

Maria Teresa Moreno Valdés, Social Innovation Consultant and senior researcher in R&D projects, Tecnalia, Bilbao, Spain, maria.moreno@tecnalia.com

Françoise Lacotte, Project Manager at the Cultural & Heritage Industries Cluster, Arles, France, flacotte@industries-culturelles-patrimoine.fr


Moderators
avatar for Anne Gombault

Anne Gombault

KEDGE BUSINESS SCHOOL
Professor of Management, Head of the Research Cluster "Creative Industries, Culture, Sport", KEDGE Business School, Bordeaux-Marseille

Speakers
avatar for Françoise Lacotte

Françoise Lacotte

Project Manager, Pôle industries culturelles & patrimoines
The Heritage Cluster is a French competitiveness Cluster founded in 2007 in Arles (France) and dedicated to the promotion of culture and heritage. The Cluster brings together more than a hundred companies, organizations, foundations, R&D laboratories, training and resources centers mainly situated in Provence and involved in: preserving, restoring, and promoting heritage, whether it is natural, built, cultural (movable) or intangible.
avatar for María Teresa Moreno

María Teresa Moreno

Researcher, TECNALIA
Social Innovation Consultant and senior researcher in R&D projects, Tecnalia, Bilbao, Spain


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

11:20am

W 138 - Digital Invasions: Co-Creation...
Invasioni Digitali / Digital Invasions - Co-Creation of Cultural Value
Barbara Marcotulli and Fabrizio Todisco

Digital media constitutes a challenge not only to museums communicating art, history, cultural heritage, but to all the staff of cultural institutions, organizations and businesses.

The workshop is thus aimed to any staff member, professional, amateur, as – according to the Digital Invasions format - co-creation of cultural value is something that each individual is called (and willing) to take part into.

The first part of the workshop will present the ‘Digital Invasion’ format, explain it as everchanging format by nature, due to its bottom-up, fully crowd-generated approach, and show results of the Italian edition (april 2013)

The second part of the workshop will involve participants in practicing their role of ‘co-creators’ and their interpretation and communication skills during a dedicated event: the ‘Digital Invasion’ of the Conference premises.

After a due briefing, and under the watchful eye of the coordinators, participants – in groups - will literally ‘invade’ the MuCEM Museum, La Villa Mediterranee and the Fort Saint Jean, and digitally (story)tell what they see, feel, like by using their smartphone to post on major social media (Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+) 


Moderators
FT

Fabrizio Todisco

Digital Invasioni co-creation of cultural value

Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

11:20am

T2 sp 1 - Interpretation and Immersion
11:20 - 11:36
31 - Bernard Frischer and Matthew Brennan
The Niobid Project: Digital Modeling and Restoration of a Complex Sculptural Group at Hadrian's Villa

11:36 - 11:53
332 - Jaehong Ahn, Dal-Yong Kong and Kwang-Yun Wohn
Visualizing a scanned model for effective heritage interpretation

11:53 - 12:10
135 - Giuliano De Felice
Living Heritage – A living lab for digital content production focused on cultural heritage.

12:10 - 12:26
371 - Sabine Webel, Tobias Franke, Jens Keil and Manuel Olbrich
Immersive experience of current and ancient reconstructed cultural attractions

12:26 - 12:43
216 - Chisako Miyamae
Digital exhibition as a bridge to the real collection - VR and Replicas based on 3D data acquisition -

12:43 - 13:00
217 - Marie Therese Shortt
Patterning Culture: Developing a system for the visual notation of greetings

Moderators
avatar for Donald Sanders

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.

Speakers
JA

Jaehong Ahn

KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Received Ph.D. from Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST | Subject : Laser scanning, 3D technologies, VR, HCI
MB

Matthew Brennan

Indiana University - School of Informatics
avatar for Giuliano De Felice

Giuliano De Felice

researcher, Laboratorio di Archeologia Digitale
avatar for Chisako Miyamae

Chisako Miyamae

TOPPAN PRINTING CO.,LTD.
avatar for Marie Therese Shortt

Marie Therese Shortt

University for the Creative Arts
SW

Sabine Webel

Fraunhofer IGD


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

11:20am

T3 fp 1 - BIM & Semantics
11:20 - 11:37
426 - David Lo Buglio, Vanessa Lardinois and Livio De Luca 
Revealing shape semantics from morphological similarities of a collection of architectural elements. The case study of the columns of Saint-Michel de Cuxa.

11:37 - 11:54
523 - Conor Dore and Maurice Murphy
As-Built BIM Modeling of Historic Buildings from Laser and Image Data

11:54 - 12:10
241 - Pieter Pauwels, Danilo Di Mascio and Ronald De Meyer
Integrating building information modelling and semantic web technologies for management of built heritage information

12:10 - 12:26
254 - Simone Garagnani
Building Information Modeling and real world knowledge - A methodological approach to accurate semantic documentation for the built environment

12:26 - 12:43
507 - Raffaella Brumana, Daniela Oreni, Anna Raimondi, Andreas Georgopoulos, Angeliki Bregianni and Luigi Barazzetti
From survey to HBIM for documentation, dissemination and management of built heritage. The case study of St.Maria in Scaria d’Intelvi

12:43 - 13:00
278 - Livio De Luca, Chawee Busayarat, Francesca De Domenico, Julie Lombardo, Marc Pierrot-Deseilligny, Chiara Stefani and Françoise Wang 
When script engravings reveal a semantic link between the conceptual and the spatial dimensions of a monument: the case of the Tomb of Emperor Qianlong. 


Moderators
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Martin Kampel

Technical University of Vienna

Speakers
DL

David Lo Buglio

Laboratoire MAP (UMR 3495 CNRS/MCC)
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Conor Dore

Dublin Institute of Technology
avatar for Simone Garagnani

Simone Garagnani

University of Bologna
Simone Garagnani graduated in Architectural Engineering at the University of Bologna, where he attended Ph.D. School with fellowship at D.A. (Department of Architecture); he developed a Ph.D. research entitled: "Digital Models and Design Archives - Integrated systems aimed to architectural documentation". | At the School of Engineering/Architecture he teaches and tutors in Drawing, Architectural survey, Virtual Modeling for Architecture and... Read More →
avatar for Livio De Luca

Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →
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Pieter Pauwels

University of Amsterdam - ILLC Institute for Logic, Language


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

11:20am

T6 fp 1 - Reconstructing the Past

11:20 - 11:40

33 - Peter Ferschin, Monika Di Angelo and Galina Paskaleva
Parametric Balinese Rumah

11:40 - 12:00
225 - Mamata Rao and Pallavi Thakur 
Reconstruction of Virupaksha Bazaar Street of Hampi

12:00 - 12:20
170 - Francesco Gabellone, Maria Teresa Giannotta, Ivan Ferrari and Maria Antonietta Dell'Aglio
From museum to original site: 3D environment for the virtual visit of finds re-contextualized in their original provenance

12:20 - 12:40

313 - Eva Pietroni, Augusto Palombini, Antonia Arnoldus Huyzendveld, Marco Di Ioia and Valentina Sanna
Tiber Valley Virtual Museum: 3D landscape reconstruction in the Orientalising period, North of Rome. A methodological approach proposal

12:40 - 13:00
279 - Nicola Lercari, Maurizio Forte, Llonel Onsurez and Joe Schultz 
Multimodal Reconstruction of Landscape in Serious Games for Heritage


Moderators
avatar for Erik Champion

Erik Champion

Professor of Cultural Visualisation, Curtin University

Speakers
avatar for Peter Ferschin

Peter Ferschin

Ass.Prof., Vienna University of Technology
avatar for Maurizio Forte

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.
avatar for Francesco Gabellone

Francesco Gabellone

Researcher, National Research Council - IBAM, Italy
Researcher, Architect at IBAM-CNR - Lecce (ITA) | Adjunct professor in Digital Restoration at Academy of Fine Arts - Lecce (ITA). Is the founder and scientific responsible of Information Technologies Lab (IBAM ITLab). Main research activity: knowledge, enhancement and enjoyment of Cultural Heritage through the use of information technologies and Virtual Reality.
avatar for Nicola Lercari

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 →
avatar for Eva Pietroni

Eva Pietroni

Researcher co-responsible VHlab, CNR
Eva Pietroni Art historian and a musician, researcher specialized in conservation and communication of Cultural Heritage at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage in Rome, Italy. Project coordinator for cross-disciplinary projects at national and international level. . Responsible and co-director of the Virtual Heritage Lab of CNR ITABC (www.vhlab.itabc.cnr.it) Eva's field of expertise relates to: Virtual Heritage... Read More →
avatar for Mamata Rao

Mamata Rao

NID R&D Campus


Monday October 28, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

1:00pm

Buffet Lunch
Monday October 28, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where under the Big Top in the "J4 esplanade"

2:00pm

T1 sp 2 - Methods & Applications
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
avatar for Gabriele Guidi

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
avatar for Ichi Kanaya

Ichi Kanaya

Osaka University
avatar for Yukinori Kawae

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
avatar for Stefan Lindgren

Stefan Lindgren

Research engineer, Humanities Laboratory, Lund university
avatar for Martin Schaich

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 →
avatar for David Srour

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

2:00pm

T2 fp 1 - Linking 3D to other media
14:00 - 14:22
13 - Michael Birsak, Przemyslaw Musialski, Murat Arikan and Michael Wimmer
Seamless Texturing of Archaeological Data

14:22 - 14:44
154 - Svenja Kahn, Jens Keil, Benedikt Müller and Bockholt Ulrich
Capturing of Contemporary Dance for preservation and presentation of choreographies in Online Scores

14:44 - 15:06
220 - Chiara Leoni, Marco Callieri, Matteo Dellepiane, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco, Daniel O'Donnel and Roberto Scopigno
The Dream and the Cross: a 3D-referenced, web-based digital edition

15:06 - 15:28
435 - Adeline Manuel, Eloi Gattet, Livio De Luca and Philippe Veron
An approach for precise 2D/3D semantic annotation of spatially-oriented images for in situ visualization applications

15:28 - 15:50
499 - J. Srieedar and Christopher S.G. Khoo
A User Study of the Singapore Memory Portal to Derive a Taxonomy for Content Organization

Moderators
avatar for Selma Rizvic

Selma Rizvic

Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo

Speakers
avatar for Michael Birsak

Michael Birsak

PhD student, Vienna University of Technology
avatar for Marco Callieri

Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist
avatar for Eloi Gattet

Eloi Gattet

DH2013 MobileApp Developper, Engineer, CNRS-MAP laboratory
Systems engineer from "Art & Métiers ParisTech" school since 2013.
SJ

Srieedar J.

Nanyang Technological University
Information Organization. | Information Management. | Information Retrieval. | Knowledge Management. | Remote Sensing.
JK

Jens Keil

Researcher, Fraunhofer IGD
AM

Adeline Manuel

DH2013 Proceeding production, PhD Student, CNRS-MAP laboratory


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

2:00pm

T3 sp 1 - Interpretation Technologies
14:00 - 14:13
88 - Christoph Franzen, Gunnar Siedler, Carola Franzen and Sebastian Vetter
Orthogonal IRT Imaging

14:13 - 14:27
84 - Andrea Isfeld and Nigel Shrive
Finite Element Modelling of Contact in Rubble Stone Masonry

14:27 - 14:41
537 - Rudatyo Himamunanto and Anastasia Rita Widiarti
JAVANESE CHARACTERS IMAGE SEGMENTATION FROM DOCUMENT IMAGE OF HAMONG TANI

14:41 - 14:55
283 - Charles-Edouard Tolmer, Christophe Castaing, Youssef Diab and Denis Morand
IFC and CityGML : going further than LOD

14:55 - 15:09
309 - Joris Ravaglia, Alexandra Bac and Alexandre Piboule
Laser-Scanned Tree Stem Filtering for Forest Inventories Measurements

15:09 - 15:22
190 - Jan Blažek, Barbara Zitova and Jan Flusser
Image Fusion for Difference Visualization in Art Analysis

15:22 - 15:36
156 - Marc Chaumont, Louis Tribouillard, Gérard Subsol, Florian Courtade, Jérôme Pasquet and Mustapha Derras
Automatic localization of tombs in aerial imagery: application to the digital archiving of cemetery heritage

15:36 - 15:50
423 - Min Lu, Yujin Zhang, Bo Zheng, Takeshi Masuda, Shintaro Ono, Takeshi Oishi, Kyoko Sengoku-Haga and Katsushi Ikeuchi
Portrait Sculptures of Augustus: Categorization via Local Shape Comparison

Moderators
avatar for Fabio Remondino

Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →

Speakers
JB

Jan Blazek

Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the ASCR
MC

Marc Chaumont

Tecnalia Research & Innovation
CF

Christoph Franzen

Institut für Diagnostik und Konservierung an Denkmalen in S
avatar for Agustinus Rudatyo Himamunanto

Agustinus Rudatyo Himamunanto

CHERCHEUR, Universitas Kristen Immanuel
AI

Andrea Isfeld

University of Calgary
ML

Min Lu

Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo
JR

Joris Ravaglia

Laboratoir des Sciences de l'Information et des Système, Ai
CT

Charles-Edouard Tolmer

Phd student, LEESU Urban Engineering Team


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

2:00pm

SE - UNESCO Memory of the World
50 - Sarah Kaddu
Metadata Handling and Management challenges: experiences of the World Digital Library, Uganda, National Library of Uganda

55 - Valentina Vassallo, Eleni Athanasiou, Sorin Hermon and Ioannis Eliades
Publishing Cultural Heritage content for Digital Libraries: the case of the collections of the Byzantine Museum and Art Gallery of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation

319 Badreldin Elhagmusa and Marilyn Deegan
Preserving the Cultural Heritage of Sudan through Digitisation: The Sudanese Digital Library 

147 - Claude Zurcher
notrehistoire.ch : a social network and a participatory platform for audiovisual archives

379 - Pnina Shor
The Preservation and Digitization of the Dead Sea Scrolls 

Moderators
avatar for Jānis Kārkliņš

Jānis Kārkliņš

Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO
Before assuming duties of the Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information of UNESCO in July 2010, Mr Jānis Kārkliņš served as Latvian Ambassador to France, Andorra, Monaco and UNESCO, as well as the Permanent Representative of Latvia to the United Nations in Geneva. | | Prior to the post in Geneva, he served as the Undersecretary of State in Latvia. Previously, he served as Counselor in the Latvian Embassies in both... Read More →

Speakers
MD

Marilyn Deegan

King's College London
Professor of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the former editor of LLC: the Journal of Digital Humanities. She has 25 years' experience in digital humanities and is also a medievalist.  Her recent publications include Text Editing, Print and the Digital World (edited volume, with Kathryn Sutherland; 2008), Transferred Illusions: Digital Technology and the Forms of Print (with Kathryn Sutherland; 2009),  Being a Pilgrim... Read More →
PS

Pnina Shor

Curator and Head of Dead Sea Scrolls Projects, Israel Antiquities Authority
avatar for Valentina Vassallo

Valentina Vassallo

The Cyprus Institute


Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

2:00pm

Tu 100 - Creating digital learning ...
Creating digital learning sessions for young audiences in museums and heritage sites
Katherine Biggs 

This tutorial, led by Katherine Biggs from the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre (SDDC), will provide participants with key recommendations for developing digital sessions for informal learning, and an understanding of how to implement these recommendations within a heritage site or museum. 
The SDDC runs an extensive digital learning programme to support young visitors’ engagement with the museum’s collection. This interactive half-day tutorial will share recommendations based on practical examples from the SDDC to provide participants with ideas to plan their own informal digital education sessions within cultural sites, specifically within object-based learning. 
The key learning objectives of the tutorial are twofold: for participants to go away with a greater understanding of how digital technology is currently being used within museum education, and to empower them to implement this. The tutorial will look at three key areas within the development of digital learning sessions: audience, content, and the technology used. Within this, it will cover the potential problems of using digital technology within a heritage site. 
During this tutorial, participants will specifically see how two digital sessions for families were developed to accompany temporary exhibitions at the British Museum: an animation workshop linked to Ice Age art: arrival of the modern mind; and an augmented reality code-making session around Contemporary Chinese seals. Participants will then have the opportunity to design their own digital activity using assets from an upcoming British Museum exhibition. Working collaboratively, they will need to consider their audience, content and technology used. Participants wanting to tailor their learning to their own site will be able to bring their own assets to the session. 
The extensive digital programming implemented by the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre (SDDC) puts it in a unique position. The SDDC delivers informal digital learning sessions 50 weekends a year for over 6,000 family visitors, providing us with a large amount of experience and evidence as to how digital technology can best be utilised within object-based learning. These sessions span the Museum’s diverse collection and are created for different audiences, which means that this tutorial will be relevant to a range of audiences.
This session would particularly suit educators looking to introduce or expand their digital learning offering, but is also relevant to those who have a general interest in the capabilities of digital learning for young audiences in cultural sites. 

Moderators
avatar for Katherine Biggs

Katherine Biggs

The British Museum

Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room D

2:00pm

Tu 113 - Beginner’s Guide to 3D imaging...
A Beginner’s Guide to 3D imaging and dimensional metrology
J-Angelo Beraldin and Adriana Bandiera

Objectives: 3D data acquisition and processing methods are presented in a dimensional metrology context for close range and medium/long range 3D surface inspection and modelling applications.
• Identify the different types and technologies used for 3D imaging.
• Understand the physical and practical limitations when measuring surfaces with a 3D imaging system.
• Know the basic ISO and national standards available or related to 3D imaging.
• Develop a strategy that includes concepts drawn from dimensional metrology when measuring and modelling an object/site. 
• Give attendees a sense of control for the measurement process and its practical applications in their ever changing challenges they are faced with.
• Several examples will be discussed, professional quality processing software will be used and a handout of all the material presented will be available to attendees.

Content:
- Introduction to non-contact 3D measurements; 
- Basic dimensional metrology, measurement uncertainty, temperature effects, materials, environment and laser safety;
o Introduction to 3D imaging techniques: laser scanning, fringe projection systems, photogrammetry, medium-long range 3D imaging;
- Standards and their applications/implications;
- Verification of 3D imaging systems using artifacts;
- Applications of 3D imaging and on-screen demonstration using a commercial software package;

Moderators
avatar for Adriana Bandiera

Adriana Bandiera

Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento
avatar for J-Angelo Beraldin

J-Angelo Beraldin

Researcher, NRC Canada

Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room E

2:00pm

W 165 - GALA workshop

GALA workshop: learning Cultural Heritage by Serious Games
Michela Mortara and Chiara Eva Catalano


Immersive technologies such as virtual environments and augmented reality have a clear potential to support the experiencing of Cultural Heritage (CH) by the large public, complementing the current tools and practices based on tangible goods such as museums, exhibitions, books and visual content. Serious Games (SGs) - videogames designed for educational objectives - appear as a new tool to learn cultural content in an engaging way. In this workshop supported by the EU Network of Excellence “GALA: Games and Learning Alliance” (www.galanoe.eu) we will portray the current proposition of serious games in the cultural sector, which is intrinsically multi-disciplinary. In fact, the diversity and the complexity of the field have to be matched with the new technologies and the pedagogical aspects. In a half-day, we will consider these three perspectives and discuss together with domain experts, researchers and game developers how they can be integrated to enhance the cultural dissemination. On the one side, the contribution of academy on pedagogical and psychological theories able to drive the game design and maximise the learning impact will be outlined. On the other side, the ICT perspective on the numerous technologies (e.g. game mechanics, virtual reality, geometric modelling, HCI) involved in the faithful and effective representation and consumption of heritage contents will be faced both from the research and industry point of view. These aspects will be discussed in the light of the requirements of the specific learning experience to be realised by a SG.The last part of the workshop will be devoted to a round table where the most significant challenges in the design and adoption of educational games in CH will be identified and discussed with the panellists. 

Michela Mortara, CNR IMATI-Ge, Genova, Italy
Title: Current proposition of serious games for humanities and heritage
Abstract: In this talk the current proposition of SGs in the cultural sector will be reviewed and analysed according to the learning objectives, the genre and the context of use. 

Panagiotis Petridis, Coventry University, UK
Title: Promoting experiential learning through the use of games
Abstract: This talk will explore how experiential learning can be supported by games towards promoting active reflection within the domain of cultural heritage. 

Pernille Korzon-Dunweber, Serious Game Interactive, Copenhagen, Denmark
Title: Sharing Historical & Cultural Heritage in a fun Interactive way 

Chiara Eva Catalano, CNR IMATI-Ge, Genova, Italy
Title: Computer Graphics recipes for modelling smart virtual environments
Abstract: The recent research outcomes of Computer Graphics devoted to shape modelling and understanding will be presented in the perspective of creating smart virtual objects and characters. 

Jean-Pierre Jessel, IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulose, France
Title: New approaches, more interaction and more fun for a better understanding of archaeology
Abstract: We will show the different attempts to provide new ways of interaction in order to offer a better experience and a better understanding of cultural messages for the visitor.

Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, BIBA, Bremen, Germany
Title: A roadmap for effective and integrated SGs: from requirements to solutions
Abstract: The advances in this field are undergoing fast changes, but what are the trends and needs for SGs? What the specific requirements from the cultural heritage sector?

Roundtable, Discussion with the panelists on the challenges in the design and adoption of Serious Games in Cultural Heritage


Moderators
avatar for Chiara Eva Catalano

Chiara Eva Catalano

Researcher, CNR IMATI-Ge
avatar for Michela Mortara

Michela Mortara

Researcher, CNR-IMATI Ge
My background is in Computer Science and my main expertise is in Computer Graphics, shape modelling, shape analysis and understanding, geometry and semantics. | Recently I started dealing with Serious Games and game-based learning. Since 2010 I am involved in the EU NoE "GALA: Games and Learning Alliance", leading the WP on "Serious Games in Application Domains" and the Special Interest Group on "Serious Games in Humanities and Heritage.

Speakers
avatar for Pernille Korzon dunweber

Pernille Korzon dunweber

Business development, Serious Games Interaction
JB

Jannicke Baalsrud hauge

research assistant


Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

2:00pm

W 304/97 - DH & 3D Publishing

21st c. Data, 21st c. Publications. 3D Model Publication and building the Peer Reviewer Community + Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage 
Rachel Opitz, Nicola Terrenato, Ilaria Meliconi and Bernard Frischer

 
21st c. Data, 21st c. Publications. 3D Model Publication and building the Peer Reviewer Community
The preservation and dissemination of 3D archaeological data, and theadaptation of peer review toaccommodate publications based on complex digital data and models, arekey emergent issues in 21st-c.archaeology and related fields. A growing cadre of archaeologicalprojects are producing rich, born-digital archives incorporating datafrom technologies like 3D modeling, laserscanning, image based modeling,and photogrammetric survey, which they are preparing for publication.The Gabii Project (University of Michigan) is embarking on a new digitalheritage effort, supported by the NEH, to develop a peer review processand support the building of a community of reviewers for complex 3D,digital content.
Participants in this workshop will have the opportunity to interact withsample 3D digital content of the kind that could potentially appear inGabii Project publications, alongside relevant narrative text andarchaeological arguments. They will be asked to work in groups tocritique the digital content in terms of interface, information content,and integration with the narrative and argument.
This critique exercise will act as a springboard for open discussion, inwhich participants will define key issues in developing a process forthe peer reviewed publication of the kinds of digital 3D models andcomplex, interactive datasets archaeological projects are now producing.Taking advantage of the wide range of participants brought together bythe Digital Heritage conference, this workshop will act as a startingpoint, launching the effort to build a community of peer reviewers withthe necessary skills and shared standards to evaluate these kinds ofpublications. During the workshop, participants will also have theopportunity to register interest for continuing participation in theGabii Goes Digital project, and identify opportunities for futuremeetings, training sessions, and knowledge transfer.

Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
We plan to discuss a new, innovative publication peer reviewing and publishing 3D models of objects in archaeology and cultural heritage as well as virtual environments. The Editor in Chief, Bernie Frischer, will explain his vision for the journal and will be able to answer queries from potential authors. The journal aims both to preserve digital cultural heritage models and to provide access to them for the scholarly community to facilitate the academic debate, offering scholars the opportunity of publishing their models online with full interactivity so that users can explore them at will. DAACH provides full peer-review for all 3D models, not just the text, 2D renderings or video fly-throughs, and requires all models to be accompanied by metadata, documentation, and a related article, explaining the history of the subject and its state of preservation, as well as an account of the modeling project itself. The journal focuses on scholarship that either promotes the application of 3D technologies to the fields of archaeology, art and architectural history, and palaeoanthropology or uses 3D technology to make a significant contribution to the study of built structures, works of art or palaeoanthropological remains. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage will also consider papers dealing with processing of digital data acquired by geophysical prospection in archaeological sites (eg applications of 3D or 2D mapping of buried monuments), digital signals from luminescence measurements, multispectral imaging techniques and processing of atomic force microscopic data applied to archaeomaterials. The provision of a 3D model is not compulsory for an article to be published in this journal. 

 Agenda

Workshop 1 

14:00 -14:10 Welcome and Joint introduction to the combined Workshop - Bernie Frischer, Ilaria Meliconi, Rachel Opitz

14:10 -15:00 Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage: A Publisher and Editor’s Perspective on the challenges of 3D model peer review and publication -Bernie Frischer, Ilaria Meliconi

15:00 -15:50 21st c. Data, 21st c. Publications. A workshop on 3D Model Publication and building the Peer Reviewer Community: An Author and Reviewer’s Perspective on the challenges of 3D model peer review and publication -Rachel Opitz

15:50 -16:10 Coffee Break

 

Workshop 2 

16:10 -16:20 Welcome and Joint introduction to the combined workshop -Bernie Frischer, Ilaria Meliconi, Rachel Opitz

16:20 -17:10 Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage: A Publisher and Editor’s Perspective on the challenges of 3D model peer review and publication -Bernie Frischer, Ilaria Meliconi

17:10 -18:00 21st c. Data, 21st c. Publications. A workshop on 3D Model Publication and building the Peer Reviewer Community: An Author and Reviewer’s Perspective on the challenges of 3D model peer review and publication -Rachel Opitz


Moderators
avatar for Bernard Frischer

Bernard Frischer

Professor, Dept. of Informatics, Indiana University
I am a professor of Informatics in the School of Informatics at Indiana University. I just arrived here in lovely Bloomington, IN (a Mecca for lovers of classical music and opera because of the great music school) and have the mission of starting an undergraduate and graduate program in Virtual Heritage. If you are a student and looking for a doctoral program in this field, please contact me! | | I am also the editor-in-chief of Digital... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Opitz

Rachel Opitz

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

Monday October 28, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

3:50pm

Coffee Breaks
Monday October 28, 2013 3:50pm - 4:10pm
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

4:10pm

T6 sp 1 - Museums & Digital Technology
16:10 - 16:25
532 - Gabriele Guidi, Pablo Rodriguez-Navarro, Laura Micoli, Sara Gonizzi and Michele Russo 
3D Digitizing a whole museum: a metadata centered workflow

16:25 - 16:40
340 - Bente Jensen 
Instagram as Cultural Heritage - User Participation, Historical Documentation, and Curation in Museums and Archives through Social Media 

16:40 - 16:55
420 - Hakan Melih Aygün, Nurdan Atalan Çayırezmez and Levent Boz
Suggestion of RFID Technology for Tracking Museum Objects in Turkey

16:55 - 17:10
145 - Clara Peranetti, Diego Calaon, Micol Pillon and Silvia Tricarico. 
It is unique, it is fragile, but it is open to all. Virtual 3d Enhancement of The Archaeological Collections of the S. Mark Square, Venice . 

Moderators
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, CNR-ITABC
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage Lab (VHLab). At CNR she coordinates at national level a research unit dedicated to “Virtual Heritage: integrated digital technologies for the understanding... Read More →

Speakers
NA

Nurdan Atalan cayirezmez

Ministry of Culture and Tourism
avatar for Bente Jensen

Bente Jensen

Associate professor, Aalborg University
My focus is on 20th Century cultural heritage of buildings and cities as well as in the field of archives, developing and analyzing the communication practice and the use of social media when establishing dialogues and involving the users. Combining theory and practice I have a background as archivist in the Danish State Archives and in City archives and am developing the field of cultural heritage communication in especially the Nordic... Read More →
avatar for Michele Russo

Michele Russo

Researcher, Design Department, Politecnico di Milano
Michele Russo received a MS Degree in Architecture in 2002 and a PhD Degree in 2007, actually he is employed as Research Fellow at Design Department, Politecnico of Milano, working in 3D Imaging field applied to Industrial Design, Nautical Science, Cultural Heritage and Metrology. | In the nearly past he was involved in international research projects like “Rome Reborn” and 3D Acquisition and Modeling of POMPEII Forum, nowadays he works... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2013 4:10pm - 5:10pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

4:10pm

T2 fp 2 - Narrative interaction
16:10 - 16:35
142 - Jacob B. Madsen and Claus B. Madsen 
An Interactive Visualization of the Past using a Situated Simulation Approach

16:35 - 17:00
198 - Sarah Kenderdine and Heidi Mckenzie
A War Torn Memory Palace: Animating narratives of remembrance

17:00 - 17:25
519 - Nan Ma, Florent Laroche, Benjamin Hervy and Jean-Louis Kerouanton
Virtual Conservation and Interaction with our Cultural Heritage: Framework for multi-dimension model based interface

17:25 - 17:50
534 - Alan Miller and Christopher Davies
Mobile Cross Reality for On-Site Exploration of Cultural Heritage Reconstructions

Moderators
avatar for Elizabeth Goins

Elizabeth Goins

Associate Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology

Speakers
BH

Benjamin Hervy

Ecole Centrale de Nantes
avatar for Sarah Kenderdine

Sarah Kenderdine

Director, Centre for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (iGLAM), City University of Hong Kong
avatar for Florent Laroche

Florent Laroche

Doctor-Engineer, Ecole Centrale de Nantes
Florent Laroche is a "doctor-engineer" working as an assistant professor at Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France) and as a researcher in the laboratory IRCCyN (Research Institute for Communication and Cybernetics of Nantes, France - UMR CNRS 6597). His Ph.D. (2007) concerns the application of tools of engineering sciences to industrial heritage (http://florent.laroche.free.fr), for which he was awarded by the daily Le Monde. He is currently working... Read More →
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Jacob Boesen madsen

PhD Student, Aalborg University
AM

Alan Miller

University of St Andrews


Monday October 28, 2013 4:10pm - 5:50pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

4:10pm

W 345 - The Vancouver Digital Roadmap ...
The Vancouver Digital Roadmap - involving industry and government in problem driven cooperation for digital sustainability
Vincent Wintermans

It is no longer possible to see records as a by-product of our activities. The production, management and use of information has become an issue discussed in boardrooms. The world begins to apprehend that sustainable access to information is a matter of government and policy.

The government of information transcends the span of control of heritage institutions. Government, industry and civil society need each other’s help. If we want to secure long term preservation of information, we need to be able to influence the design of our digital infrastructure and architecture in the short term.

UNESCO’s Charter for the Digital Heritage highlighted the need for cooperation amongst many different stakeholders in order to overcome the specific challenges that digital heritage poses already in 2003:

Preservation of the digital heritage requires sustained efforts on the part of governments, creators, publishers, relevant industries and heritage institutions. In the face of the current digital divide, it is necessary to reinforce international cooperation and solidarity to enable all countries to ensure creation, dissemination, preservation and continued accessibility of their digital heritage. Industries, publishers and mass communication media are urged to promote and share knowledge and technical expertise.

At the first UNESCO International Conference on Memory of the World in the Digital Age (Vancouver, 2012), Martin Berendse argued for ‘an international coalition to realize a Roadmap for the Digital Preservation of the Memory of the World’. At a meeting in The Hague (Netherlands) on 5 and 6 December 2013, high-level representatives from heritage institutions, industry and government are invited to agree upon such a coalition.

As a preparation for the Hague ‘meeting, this preparatory workshop will collect feedback from the global heritage community on this initiative and gain up to date information on issues that the platform should tackle.

AGENDA

  • Opening by Martin Berendse (Chair, President of the International Council of Archives ICA)
  • Introduction On the principle of Open Government by Anne Thurston (International Records Management Trust
  • Case study 1: Opening up PDF-A as an ISO standard by Stephen P. Levenson (Administrative Office of the US Courts)
  • Case study 2: Digital Archiving and Metadata Standardisation Portal by Leda Bargiotti & Fulgencio Sanmartin (European Commission, Publications Office)
  • Case study 3: The growing complexity of digital ‘documents’: the Microsoft example by Natasa Milic-Frayling (Microsoft Research)
  • Discussion and feedback
  • Recommendations for the Hague meeting



Moderators
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Vincent Wintermans

Senior Policy Officer, Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO
Vincent Wintermans is policy officer at the Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO and as observer attached to the Netherlands National Committee for the Memory of the World Programme. His current professional interests are open access publishing, documentary heritage and communication & development. He participated in research on Dutch experiences with long term preservation in digital preservation and presented this at the Vancouver... Read More →

Speakers
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Leda Bargiotti

AUTRE, European Commission- Publications Office of the EU
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Martin Berendse

President, International Council of Archives
Martin Berendse studied Dutch Law at the University of Utrecht and worked as consultant and festival director before joining the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in 1998. In 2007 he was appointed Director of The National Archives of The Netherlands (Nationaal Archief) and –after completing the training required by law- was also made National Archivist of the Netherlands on 1 May 2009. He is currently chairing the International... Read More →
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Stephen Levenson

AUTRE, Administrative Office US Courts
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Natasa Milic-Frayling

Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research Cambridge (MSRC)
Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge (MSRC), setting research directions for the Integrated Systems Group, focussing on new paradigms for digital content management and analysis, communication, and social interaction. That resulted in over 20 prototype systems and applications that enabled research explorations and led to more than 70 conference papers, journal publications, book chapters, and technical reports that Natasa... Read More →
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Anne Thurston

International Director, International Records Management Trust
Director International Records, Management Trust | bridging access to information and open data with effective records management


Monday October 28, 2013 4:10pm - 6:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

4:10pm

T3 sp 2 - Interpretation and Classification
16:10 - 16:24
45 - Valentina Vassallo, Niki Kyriakou, Sorin Hermon and Ioannis Eliades
Tracing provenance of lost and found Cypriot Byzantine icons

16:24 - 16:37
127 - Cécile Armand
The patrimonialization process of advertising : from scorn and mistrust to documentary heritage, archive, and history

16:37 - 16:50
224 - Despoina Karavia and Andreas Georgopoulos
Placing Intangible Cultural Heritage

16:50 - 17:04
566 - Eric Leclercq, Marinette Savonnet, Andres Troya and Stephane Buttner
Investigating a multi-paradigm system for the management of archaeological data: Corpus Lapidum Burgundiae

17:04 - 17:18
457 - Osama Alrawi
Knowledge Cube - Architectural Heritage as a Source of Inspiration for Generative Design

17:18 - 17:32
479 - Chiara Stefani, Jean-Marc Vallet and Livio De Luca
An easy-to-use multi-dimensional database for the management of cultural heritage buildings

17:32 - 17:46
485 - Naeem Muhammad, George Koutalieris, Marco Streefkerk, Nathalie Poot, Sam Alloing and Roxanne Wyns
A Model to anticipate and analyse Requirements of Heritage Organisations wishing to actively participate in Europeana

17:46 - 18:00
62 - Claudiu Silvestru
The Late Medieval Street Layout of Vienna

Moderators
RS

Robert Sablatnig

Head of Institute, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Computer Aided Automation
Robert Sablatnig was born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria, in 1965. He re­ceived the B.Sc. de­gree in Computer Science in 1988, the M.Sc. de­gree (Diplom Ingenieur) in Computer Science (Computer Graphics, Pat­tern Recognition & Image Processing) in 1992, the Ph.D. degree in Com­­puter Science in 1997 and the “venia docendi” (habilitation) in Applied Computer Science in 2003, all from the Vienna University... Read More →

Speakers
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Claudiu Silvestru

Vienna University of Technology
AT

Andrés Troya-galvis

Université de Bourgogne Laboratoire Le2i UMR CNRS 6306
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Roxanne Wyns

Business Consultant, KU Leuven - LIBIS


Monday October 28, 2013 4:10pm - 6:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

6:00pm

Keynote Speaker - Dominique Pouliquen

The Old Leading the New – Driving Technology through Digital Heritage

Reality capture technologies are now reaching a level of maturity that allows digitizing any object, building or site to the finest possible level of detail and texture quality. Digital heritage is benefiting from all these new technologies, mostly driven from laser scanning and photogrammetry requirements of the industrial, consumer goods or entertainment industries. But what if Digital Heritage could not only be a follower but a real driver for these new developments? Preservation of our cultural heritage brings challenges that are similar to the ones found in many other industries as well, such as architecture, construction, civil engineering, manufacturing, video games, film production or multimedia:
- Scalability: high volume of objects must be digitized, which requires cheaper and simpler devices for crowd scanning;
- Dissemination and storytelling: the digitized data must be available through attractive stories to engage with the masses;
- Sustainability: digitized content must not only be used to preserve and document, but also to maintain and improve.
The Digital Heritage community has the know-how and expertise to make all this happen. By connecting more to the needs of those business-driven industries, the Digital Heritage community will contribute to a much wider ecosystem, driving more resources and opportunities to expand. Are you willing to lead?


Speakers
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Dominique Pouliquen

Marketing Director, RSG, Autodesk
Dominique Pouliquen is the Director of Market Development for the Reality Capture Group at Autodesk and is based at its global headquarters in San Francisco, California. Recognized as the worldwide leader in 2D and 3D CAD software, including well-known brands such as AutoCAD®, Revit®, 3ds Max® and Maya®, Autodesk acquired REALVIZ, a software company co-founded by M. Pouliquen and M. Luc Robert, in May 2008. REALVIZ computer vision... Read More →


Monday October 28, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

7:00pm

Cocktail Reception
Monday October 28, 2013 7:00pm - 8:00pm
(as listed)
 
Tuesday, October 29
 

8:00am

Registration
Tuesday October 29, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
(as listed)

9:00am

Keynote Speaker - Dieter W. Fellner
ON THE VERGE OF 3D MASS DIGITIZATION IN THE CULTURAL HERITAGE DOMAIN

In 2003 an earthquake of magnitude 6.6 destroyed the historic city of Bam in Iran, well-known for its numerous adobe buildings dating back to the Safavids in the 16th - 18th century. In 2004, about 50,000 books of the Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Germany, were destroyed when the roof of the main building caught fire. In 2009, the Historical Archive of Cologne. Germany, collapses and buries 90% of its documents – causing restoration efforts to take up to 30 years. In 2012, insurgents destroy the Mausoleum Sidi Mahmoud Ben Amar and various tombs in Timbuktu, Mali, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Only when such disasters strike, does the plea for digitization of cultural heritage artifacts audibly increase. Yet, cultural institutions are finding it more and more difficult to cope with the sheer size of their ever-growing collections and seek ways to simplify and automate classification and archival storage. Ten years ago initiatives to mass digitize 2D documents such as books, photos, paintings and other works of art laid the foundation for a worldwide market worth hundred Millions of Euro for service providers and hardware manufacturers. Now, the time has come to expand those services into the third dimension. Along with this expansion further challenges arise, such as long-term data storage of millions of virtual 3D models, appropriate 3D formats, a general and legally binding definition of digital rights on 3D reconstructed content and strategies to certify a virtual artifact’s provenance.

To face the increasing demand for 3D mass digitization in the cultural heritage domain, we need technologies focusing on industrialization and automation of the whole 3D digitization process. We need approaches that embed the latest generation of sea, land or airborne, autonomous robots to serve as mobile platforms for digital scanning and reconstruction technologies in their processing pipelines. We need conveyor-belt solutions for small and medium size artifacts. We need full control of environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity and lighting to ensure comparable results. Furthermore, it is essential to provide fully automated end-to-end solutions which can connect to automated vaults or high-rack warehouses of all sorts. In conclusion, we need to develop comprehensive, simple-to-use, fast and economic approaches to mass 3D digitization, classification, annotation and archival storage at best possible quality. 

Moderators
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J-Angelo Beraldin

Researcher, NRC Canada

Speakers
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Dieter Fellner

Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD
Dieter Fellner is a professor of computer science at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, and the Director of the Fraunhofer Institute of Computer Graphics (IGD) at the same location. Previously he has held academic positions at the Graz University of Technology, Austria, the University of Technology in Braunschweig, Germany, the University of Bonn, Germany, the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, and the University of Denver... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 9:00am - 9:50am
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

9:00am

Company Exhibition
Sponsors and partners
avatar for ArcTron 3D

ArcTron 3D

Expertise in three dimensions
EU-funded Research Project ArcTron 3D is part of a top-class consortium substantially funded by the EU in order to develop new technologies for rock art research. The impressive rock art across the Valcamonica valley in Northern Italy is subject of the project. More than 100.000 single images are spread over the 70km long valley and date from the Chalcolithic to the Middle Ages. „Rock art“ – images carved or pecked into stone... Read More →
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Art Graphique et Patrimoine

ART GRAPHIQUE ET PATRIMOINE is a specialized French SME in 3D documentation and numeric applications on historical monuments and cultural site. Since 1993, AGP has 3D Scanned more than 1,000 major historical monuments in France and in the world, such as Versailles Castle, Mont Saint Michel, Notre Dame de Paris, Arles Amphitheatre or sites in Russia, Somalia, Madagascar, Afghanistan, etc… Our specialized staff, professional craftsmen on the... Read More →
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AUTODESK (PLATINUM SPONSORSHIP)

3D Design, Engineering & Entertainment Software, Company
Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Customers across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and media and entertainment industries—including the last 17 Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects—use Autodesk software to design, visualize, and simulate their ideas before they're ever built or created. From blockbuster visual effects and buildings that create their... Read More →
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DIGITAL PROJECTION (SILVER SPONSORSHIP)

Digital Projection – Commercial and Home Theater Projectors, Company
Digital Projection are a digital imaging pioneer and industry leader, manufacturers and distributers of ultra high-performance 3-chip and single-chip DLP® projection systems.
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LITHIAS

Pierre, art & ornements exceptionnels
l'atelier LITHIAS est une société de sculpture  | numérique sur pierre naturelle, labélisée par le | Ministère de la Recherche. | | Fondé par Bernard et Ghislain Moret de Rocheprise, le père passionné de patrimoine et de parcs et jardins, le fils expert en nouvelles technologies 3D et dans leurs applications à l’art et la culture, l’atelier Lithias... Read More →
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Nikon Metrology

Nikon Metrology offers metrology solutions for applications ranging from inspection of micro-components to the assembly of the largest aircrafts. The optical precision solutions contribute to an efficient manufacturing process enabling manufacturers to deliver premium quality products in a shorter time. The portfolio comprises CMMs, 3D laser scanners, X-ray and CT systems, large-scale metrology solutions and an extended range of vision... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 9:00am - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Agora

9:00am

Digital Heritage Expo

DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision. 

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).

Supported by Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by  Digital Projection


OPENING TIMES 

Tuesday, october 29 :
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. / only for congress attendees
12 p.m. to 7 p.m. / free admission


IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Cubiculum musicae ‎ 

i-treasure ‎ 

Paris and Giza 3d ‎

DIGITALHERITAGE @ WORK

Cutlab3d 

Artifactvis2


VIRTUAL MUSEUMS 

Virtual Museum demonstrator

Tangible geographical interface

Monte Michele

Nantes

Smart Architectural Models

HERITOUCH

Acropolis (CHESS)

Singosari

Reenchant Historical Heritage

Techcoltour

Stolac

Virtual Aquileia


EDUTAINMENT 

Excavate and Learn

Fort Ross

Imago Bononiae and Apa Game


ART AND CREATIVITY

Virtual Mauer

Raffaello Madonna of the Goldfinch

Pureland

Art Science


MULTIVISION 

Mochica

Siracusa 3d

Chavin Perù

Marq

From Villefranche to Marseille

Giza (by virtualware)

Facsimile


Tuesday October 29, 2013 9:00am - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Plateau Expo

10:00am

Pa 111 - Europeana Photography

Europeana Photography

Digitization project to enrich Europeana with historical pictures of early photography

Sophie Taes


EuropeanaPhotography is a CIP ICT PSP pilot B project with the principal objective to select, enrich and digitize masterpieces of ancient photographs, and to contribute the relative metadata and thumbnails to Europeana. The Consortium includes both public and private bodies with very different backgrounds, thus providing a variety and richness of content related to early photography.

Moreover, several partners, which have never been involved into an EU project, will contribute for the first time to Europeana; some of them come from European countries - such as Bulgaria, Slovakia, Lithuania and Denmark - that still are rather under-represented in Europeana, thus enlarging and enriching the pan-European approach of Europeana.

Project’s objectives:

EuropeanaPhotography will digitize, enrich and then contribute to Europeana over 430.000 ancient photographs.

Content selection and digitization are the preliminary operation that are the basis of the work. Further steps are the multilingual enrichment (through the EuropeanaPhotography multilingual vocabulary, expressly designed for the needs and specifics of EuropeanaPhotography consortium), and the aggregation of metadata in the MINT system, which allows the metadata mapping and the final ingestion of the digital content into the Europeana system.

To support the consortium and to develop a safe and valuable environment for both public and private bodies, the project foresees very strong functions related to IPR issues and sustainability. Within the project, moreover, the commercial benefits of working with Europeana will be highlighted and clarified, in order to attract new content providers also from the private sector.

The project is structured in 7 WPs, led by different partners.

Project Website: http://www.europeana-photography.eu

Project’s showcase:

http://www.digitalmeetsculture.net/heritage-showcases/europeana-photography/

 



Moderators
ST

Sofie Taes

KU Leuven

Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 10:30am
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

10:00am

T5 sp - Preservation
10:00 - 10:15
150 - Morgane Stricot
Digital art preservation: Practical answers to theoretical issues

10:15 - 10:30
397 - Alexia Kolosova and Sorin Hermon
Metadata Enhanced 3D Content Search for Real-Time Visualization of 3D Digital Assets

10:30 -10:45
441 - Hubin Yin, Qubumo Bamo, Cuixiao Guo and Gang Li
Archive/Base/Network: A threefold solution for safeguarding ethnic minorities’ oral heritage in China

10:45 - 11:00
247 - Frank Marchese 
Conserving Software-based Artwork through Software Engineering 

 

Moderators
avatar for Gabriele Gattiglia

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 →

Speakers
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Qubumo Bamo

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnic Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sc
Born in the Great Cold Mountains, Sichuan, Bamo Qubumo (Bamo Aga Qubbumo) comes from Nuosu, a subgroup of the Yi. She received her M.A. in Tibetan-Burman Language and Literature from the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (GSCASS) in 1988, obtained her Ph. D. in Folkloristics at Beijing Normal University in 2003. | | She is Senior Research Fellow and Director of Division of Literary Theory and Criticism, as well as... Read More →
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
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Francis Marchese

Professor, Pace University
Francis T. Marchese received his BS in Natural Science from Niagara University, MS in Chemistry from Youngstown State University, and PhD in Theoretical Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati. Professor of Computer Science at Pace University, his research spans visual computing, conservation of digital art, and the history of medieval information and knowledge visualization. He is founder and co-director of the Pace Digital Gallery, an... Read More →
avatar for Morgane Stricot

Morgane Stricot

ESAA Ecole Supérieure d'art d'Avignon


Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

10:00am

W 273 - EU Competence Centres
From European and national projects to high-quality services and products
Daniel Pletinckx and Halina Gottlieb

European and national projects on the use of ICT in cultural heritage build up a lot of know-how within the consortium and develop new tools and workflows.  The European Commission therefore stimulates the creation of Competence Centres to continue providing access to the know-how and tools of past projects.  Also on a national level, national centres are being created to support the activities of creative industries and digitisation in cultural heritage.

In most cases, the activities of these Competence Centres however do not automatically rely on funding, so the question arises how sustainability can be created from the consolidated competence and developments in a certain project.  One key issue in creating sustainable activities is to create on one hand income from the acquired knowledge and developed tools, and to secure on the other hand further funding to continue to expand and update the knowledge of the consortium.  Another key issue is how to create and foster a community that is closely related to this Competence Centre, supports it and uses it.  It is this relationship that makes the Competence Centre useful and even necessary.

It is important also to define how a Competence Centre translates the available research into high quality services and products that can be used by the community.  Can this step be taken without additional funding?  What are the options?

In this workshop, we look at different operational competence centres and analyse how they create sustainability.  We also look towards the future and look at new initiatives and new co-operations between existing competence centres and potential partners.

 

10:00       Welcome and introduction

Daniel Pletinckx
Coordinator V-MusT Competence Centre
Visual Dimension bvba, Belgium

 

10:10       Designing Digital Heritage Competence Centres – a Swedish model

Halina Gottlieb
NODEM – Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums
Swedish ICT and Digital Heritage Centre, Interactive Institute, Sweden

This presentation aims to explore the activities and processes at the Digital Heritage Centre in Stockholm in Sweden, which supports advancement within the digital heritage sector as well as communication between cultural heritage institutions and its participants. What is of key importance in this area is how to stimulate collaboration between professionals and researchers at universities and R&D institutions working in the field of cultural heritage, the IT industry and the creative industry. Several of our initiatives have focused on enabling this type of collaboration and the implementation of new technologies in the service of cultural heritage. This includes a Visitor-Study Lab, a Nordic conference, vocational training packages, know-how books and thematic clusters and the development of interface prototypes for interpretative use. The initiatives were conducted primarily in the context of museums, but have attempted to identify general principles that apply to cultural heritage as a whole.

 

10:35       The future of European Centres of Competence in digitisation and digital preservation: challenges and opportunities

Rafael C. Carrasco
DLSI & Impact Centre of Competence
Universidad de Alicante, Spain

The recently established European Centres of Competence in digitisation and digital preservation are conceived as hubs disseminating expertise to a wide community of stakeholders. However, the centres face a number of challenges related to the stability of their funding, the management of staff, the internationalisation costs and to some unsolved legal issues, among others. In contrast, they can play an effective role in the promotion of open standards, resources and interoperable tools, as well as in the creation of benchmarking services and professional training, in the harmonisation of licensing schemes or tracking innovative usages and their requirements.

A more intense cooperation between the existing centres can contribute to the minimisation of some risks and to the implementation of comprehensive services. 

 

11:00       Coffee break

11:20       Competence as a product – how to build sustainable organisations on it

Mohamed Farouk
Deputy Director & Head of IT Department
Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CultNat)

Daniel Pletinckx
Coordinator V-MusT Competence Centre
Visual Dimension bvba, Belgium

Digital Heritage is a domain that combines a lot of knowledge, ranging from ICT, digital technologies over psychology, usability, digitisation and digital preservation to a wide range of heritage skills.  Most museums and cultural heritage institutions are highly interested in what digital heritage can offer them in their communication with the general public but also in their research and the management of their heritage assets.  Competence in digital heritage therefore is a very valuable asset that should allow creating high quality products and services that can sustain the organisation that is centralising and maintaining this competence.  Each of the current and emerging Competence Centres however is struggling with the question how to do this, how to start it up and how to sustain it on the longer term.

V-MusT, the Network of Excellence on digital and virtual museums, works on a business model based on delivering competence as high quality services for the museum and cultural heritage domain.  This business model will allow not only to support the organisation and a community of experts that use digital heritage, but also to invest in training of the partners of the centre and in further development of the competence of the centre.

12:00       Discussion

The participants to the workshop can discuss the approaches of the different competence centres, the services such competence centres should offer and their potential involvement and cooperation with these centres.

13:00       End


Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

10:00am

T1 fp 1 - Geometry and Appearance modelling
10:00 - 10:20
26 - Fernando Zvietcovich, Benjamin Castaneda, Renato Perucchio, Ricardo Morales and Santiago Uceda
A Methodology for Updating 3D Solid Models of Complex Monumental Structures Based on Local Point-based Meshes

10:20 - 10:40
87 - Tobias Nöll, Johannes Köhler, Gerd Reis and Didier Stricker
Faithful, Compact and Complete Digitization of Cultural Heritage using a Full-Spherical Scanner

10:40 - 11:00
116 - Fabio Bettio, Enrico Gobbetti, Emilio Merella and Ruggero Pintus
Improving the digitization of shape and color of 3D artworks in a cluttered environment

11:20  - 11:40
164 - Gianpaolo Palma, Nicola Desogus, Paolo Cignoni and Roberto Scopigno
Surface Light Field from Video Acquired in Uncontrolled Settings

11:40 - 12:00
215 - Matteo Dellepiane and Roberto Scopigno
Global refinement of image-to-geometry registration for color projection on 3D models

12:00 - 12:20
416 - Fabio Remondino, Erica Nocerino, Fabio Menna, Francesco Nex, Maria Grazia Spera and Sara Gonizzi-Barsanti
Dense Image Matching: comparisons and analyses

12:20 - 12:40
433 - Federico Tombari and Fabio Remondino
Feature-based automatic 3D registration for cultural heritage applications

12:40 - 13:00
214 - Kevin Jacquot, Christine Chevrier and Halin Gilles
Reverse Engineering of Scale Models Using Dataflow Programming: Application to the fortification of plans-reliefs

Moderators
avatar for Pierre Alliez

Pierre Alliez

DH2013 Local Board, Researcher, INRIA
Pierre Alliez is Senior Researcher and team leader at Inria Sophia-Antipolis - Mediterranee. He research interests are on topics commonly referred to as geometry processing: mesh compression, surface reconstruction, mesh generation, surface remeshing and mesh parameterization.

Speakers
avatar for Paolo Cignoni

Paolo Cignoni

Senior Researcher, ISTI - CNR
avatar for Matteo Dellepiane

Matteo Dellepiane

Visual Computing Lab ISTI-CNR
avatar for Kevin Jacquot

Kevin Jacquot

Researcher, UMR MAP, CNRS
EN

Erica Nocerino

FBK - Bruno Kessler Foundation
TN

Tobias Noell

DFKi GmbH
RP

Renato Perucchio

University of Rochester
avatar for Fabio Remondino

Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →
avatar for Fernando Zvietcovich

Fernando Zvietcovich

Researcher, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
I work in digital applications in archaeology. In particular, 3D modeling, pattern recognition, solid model updating procedures, image processing and computational geometry tools for achaeological applications such as 3D reconstruction and processing of pottery, automatic methods for the clasification of ceramic fragments, 3D mesh spatio-temporal analysis, and finite elements analysis for the static and dynamic assessment of monumental... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

10:00am

SE - French Ministry of Culture (in french - translated in english)

La politique du ministère de la culture et de la communication pour le patrimoine et le numérique: expérimentations et perspectives

À l'aune des évolutions les plus récentes en matière de technologies numériques, la session organisée par le ministère de la culture et de la communication (MCC) a pour ambition de présenter et d'examiner les réalisations et les projets les plus innovants pour la connaissance, la conservation et la valorisation des patrimoines. Ces opérations, qu'elles soient portées par la direction générale des patrimoines (DGP) et ses établissements publics ou par le secrétariat général dans le cadre du plan de numérisation du ministère, reflètent l'action volontariste de l'État dans ce domaine et dessinent les contours d'une politique active au service des patrimoines, des chercheurs et des publics dans leur diversité.

Une quinzaine de communications permettront d'appréhender concrètement les résultats de cette politique par des exemples couvrant l'ensemble des domaines patrimoniaux, archives, archéologie, musées, objets et monuments, et traitant d'éléments patrimoniaux extrêmement divers, de l'objet au site, en passant par le document d'archive. Elles feront intervenir tout à la fois des experts des technologies numériques et des professionnels du patrimoine, dans un dialogue fécond.


The Ministry of Culture and Communication’s policies for the heritage and digital technologies, experiments and perspectives

In view of recent developments in the field of digital technologies, the session organised by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication (MCC) sets out to describe and examine various projects which seem to be the most innovatory where the understanding, conservation and promotion of the heritage is concerned. Some of the operations presented have been undertaken directly by the Heritage Directorate at the ministry (Direction générale des patrimoines, DGP), others by public cultural institutions or by the Ministry’s general secretariat within its overall plans for digitalisation. All reflect the State’s voluntary actions in this domain, and delineate the contours of a dynamic policy in the service of not only of the heritage, but also researchers and the general public.

Fifteen papers will be presented giving an overview of the results so far achieved by this policy, with examples covering all the heritage fields, archives, archaeology, museums, artefacts and monuments. The heritage presented will be extremely varied, from objects to sites and including archival documents. The communications will bring together experts in digital technologies and heritage professionals for a lively dialogue.

Programme

Matin

10h-11h

Introduction: La politique du ministère de la culture et de ses établissements en matière de nouvelles technologies appliquées au patrimoine (Pascal Liévaux, MCC/DGP, et Sonia Zillhardt, MCC/SG)

 

Première partie/First sequence: archives et documentation/Archives and documentation

-Consolider le système d'archivage électronique des Archives nationales de France : le programme interministériel VITAM (Marie Laperdrix, Archives nationales)

-Construire un système documentaire global, ouvert et inter-opérant, l'expérience du MuCEM (Pascal Presle, MuCEM)

-AVEL : archives virtuelles en ligne du patrimoine maritime (Laurent Lescop, Ecole nationale d'Architecture de Nantes)

 

                                              11h-11h20 Pause

11h20-13h

Deuxième partie/Second sequence: De nouveaux outils pour la connaissance/New tools for understanding

- L'archéologie marine des grandes profondeurs: une nouvelle frontière (Michel L'Hour et Denis Degez, MCC, Département des recherches archéologiques subaquatiques et sous-marines)

- Valls : Fondements territoriaux de l'approche spatiale en milieu rural (Danielle Orliac, Guillaume Bounoure, Conseil d'architecture, d'urbanisme et de l'environnement, Pyrénées orientales)

- Projet Fondation Vasarely 3D: Méthodologies et étapes pour la construction du Bâtiment de la Fondation Vasarely en trois dimensions ( Stéphane Kyles - Perspective(S) )

- Réparer l'irréparable, la reconstruction du décor dispersé de la chapelle d'Ecouen au XVIe siècle (Thierry Crépin-Leblond, Musée national de la Renaissance, Julien Roger, On Situ)

- Les publications multimédia du ministère de la culture (Martine Tayeb, MCC, Secrétariat général)

- Les épaves corsaires de la Natière, publication multimédia

- Les abris sculptés de la Préhistoire (Geneviève Pinçon, MCC, DGP)

 

Après-midi

14h-15h50

Troisième partie/Third sequence: Médiations numériques innovantes/Innovatory digital mediation

 

- Locus Imaginis (David Kolin, CMN)

-Les merveilles du monde antique en animation dans la galerie de la Méditerranée (Isabelle Marquette et Karine Bonjour, MuCEM)

-Le vase qui parle (Isabelle Westeel, Université de Lille 3)

-Simulex'Archeo (Jean-Pierre Girard, MSH Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon)

 

Quatrième partie/Fourth sequence: Des projets nationaux agrégateurs/Unifying national projects

-Le moteur de recherche Collections, agrégateur pour Europeana (Jean-Luc Biscop, MCC, DGP)

- Le programme HADOC : une démarche d'amélioration de la qualité des données culturelles (Katell Briatte, MCC, DGP)

-L'Atlas des patrimoines (Jean-Luc Biscop, Geneviève Pinçon, MCC, DGP)

Moderators
avatar for Pascal Lievaux

Pascal Lievaux

Head of the department of research and science policy, French Ministry of Culture and Communications
Pascal Liévaux is chief curator of the heritage. PhD in art history, specializing in modern architecture, he taught at the University of Tours. He had numerous articles and books on architecture and urban planning from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century published. Since 2010 he’s the Head of the Department of research and science policy of the Directorate General for Heritage. As such, he is specifically monitoring the... Read More →
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Sonia Zillhardt

Chef de projet, French Ministry of Culture and Communication
Conservateur en chef des bibliothèques, chargée de mission au sein du Département de la recherche, de l'enseignement supérieur et de la technologie, Service de la coordination des poltiques culturelles et de l'innovation, Secrétariat général, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication. Elle pilote les appels à projets nationaux « Numérisation du patrimoine et... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Luc Biscop

Jean-Luc Biscop

Chef de département, French Ministry of Culture and Communication
Jean-Luc Biscop est à la tête du département des systèmes d'information patrimoniaux qui assure la coordination et la cohérence des systèmes d’information de la Direction générale des patrimoines et porte la maîtrise d'ouvrage des applications patrimoniales nationales . Architecte urbaniste en chef de l'État, il a travaillé dans les services... Read More →
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Karine Bonjour

producer, mucem
Auteure, réalisatrice et productrice (radio et télévision), elle est, depuis 2012, chargée de la production audiovisuelle du MuCEM, où elle a notamment initié et suivi le projet pédagogique « Merveilles du monde » avec l’école Supinfocom-Arles.
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Guillaume Bounoure

CAUE Pyrénées Orientales
Architecte DPLG spécialisé en management environnemental. Coauteur du scenario v@lls. Chargé de mission au CAUE des Pyrénées-orientales pour le développement de la plateforme numérique, l'animation, la création graphique, coordination et communication. Chargé des questions liées à l'écoconstruction, la sensibilisation, le conseil aux communes et aux... Read More →
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Katell Briatte

Chef de projet, French Ministry of Culture and Communication
Ingénieur d'études, titulaire d'un DEA en sciences de l'information et de la communication et d'un DESS en informatique documentaire, j'ai travaillé durant onze années dans un laboratoire de sciences humaines du CNRS spécialisé dans les sciences de l'information et l'anthropologie des savoirs. | J'ai rejoint le ministère de la culture et de la communication en 2000. J'assure la fonction de chef de projet informatique en maîtrise... Read More →
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Thierry Crepin-Leblond

Directeur, Musée national de la Renaissance
Archiviste paléographe, est conservateur général du patrimoine. Après avoir dirigé entre 2000 et 2005 le château et les musées de Blois, il est maintenant directeur du musée national de la Renaissance au château d’Ecouen. Membre du comité de rédaction de la Revue de l’art  et administrateur de la Société Française... Read More →
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Denis Degez

DRASSM/French Ministry of Culture
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David Kolin

Chef de bureau des parcours de visite et du multimédia, CMN
Travaille au Centre des Monuments nationaux où il est responsable de l’équipe en charge des parcours de visite et du multimédia pour tous les monuments du réseau CMN (près de 100 monuments). Dans ce cadre il mène des projets numériques novateurs : visite sur tablette tactile avec réalité augmentée (Appel à projets innovants 2012 du MCC, Villa Cavrois... Read More →
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Stéphane Kyles

Directeur technique, Perspective(S)
Directeur technique – Perspective(S). En 2001 Il étudie les arts visuels à l'école supérieure d'art d'Aix en Provence puis se spécialise dans les techniques de rendu 3D en temps réel et développement de jeux interactifs. Il a travaillé sur divers projets ambitieux qui touchent à la fois les arts et les nouvelles technologies. En 2013, il co-fonde Perspective(S), L'Espace de recherche et de créations des arts interactifs.
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Isabelle Marquette

curator, mucem
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Danielle Orliac

CAUE Pyrénées Orientales
Danielle Orliac (CAUE) est ingénieur écologue, directrice adjointe du CAUE depuis 1982, spécialisée dans le rapport entre paysage et monde rural. Elle est chargée des questions de l'environnement au CAUE des Pyrénées-orientales.
avatar for Geneviève Pinçon

Geneviève Pinçon

Chef de bureau, French Ministry of Culture and Communication
Archéologue, chef du bureau en charge des inventaires archéologiques à la Sous-direction de l’archéologie au ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Geneviève Pinçon est membre de l’UMR 7041 ArScAn (Archéologies et Sciences de l’Antiquité). Responsable scientifique des recherches conduites sur le site du Roc-aux-Sorciers (Vienne), elle pilote plusieurs projets d'application de la 3D dans l’analyse de l’art pariétal.
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Julien Roger

Créateur d'On Situ, On Situ
Julien Roger est le cofondateur, avec Jean-Michel Sanchez, de l'agence de création numérique on-situ. Ingénieur spécialisé en réalité virtuelle, il développe depuis 15 ans des projets innovants exploitant les technologies numériques au service de la culture. Il conçoit et réalise des installations mêlant art et technologie. De la réalisation de documentaires... Read More →
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Martine Tayeb

Chef de projet, French Ministry of Culture and Communication


Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:00am - 4:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

10:00am

SE- CAA Fall 2013 Symposium

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
avatar for Jeffrey Clark

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
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

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

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 →
avatar for Maurizio Forte

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.
avatar for Anaïs Guillem

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
avatar for Ian Johnson

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
avatar for Laurent Lescop

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
avatar for Rachel Opitz

Rachel Opitz

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

Ibrahim Murat Ozulu

Lecturer, Hitit University
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Heather Richards-rissetto

Department of Geography, Middlebury College
avatar for Ashley Marie Richter

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
avatar for Donald Sanders

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.
avatar for Cettina Santagati

Cettina Santagati

Lecturer, University of Catania
avatar for Matthew Vincent

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

10:30am

Pa 108 - EAGLE: Making Ancient Inscriptions Accessible

EAGLE - Europeana Network of Ancient and Greek Epigraphy. Making ancient inscriptions accessibile
Silvia Orlandi, Raffaella Santucci, Antonella Fresa and Claudio Prandoni

The cultural identity of the entire western world is rooted in the Greco-Latin tradition; from philosophy to architecture, geometry to law, rhetoric to literature, there remains the presence of the ancients in the way we think, live, and express ourselves. Only a small fraction of all ancient Greco-Roman texts has survived to modern times, leaving sizeable gaps in the historiographic record. An invaluable alternative source of historical evidence can be found in the form of ancient inscriptions. These are invaluable ‘time capsules’ that provide a myriad of useful facts, allowing us to cast light on otherwise undocumented historical events, laws and customs.

EAGLE – The Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy is a best-practice network co-funded by the European Commission, which will allow for the virtual reconstruction of the inscriptions’ original archaeological and historical context. EAGLE, as a part of the Europeana family, will collect, in a single readily-searchable database, more than 1.5 million items, today scattered across 25 European countries, as well as the east and south Mediterranean. It will make accessible the vast majority of the surviving inscriptions of the Greco-Roman world, complete with the essential information about them and, for all the most important, a translation into English and other modern languages. The technology that will support the EAGLE project is state-of-the-art and tailored to provide the user with the best and most intuitive possible experience. Thanks to the EAGLE’s massive digital undertaking, private enthusiasts and academics alike will be able to make “virtual visits” to the project’s website in which they can access updated information not only regarding the most important inscriptions that are normally on display, but also the materials preserved in storages and places not open to the public.

www.eagle-network.eu


Moderators
avatar for Raffaella Santucci

Raffaella Santucci

R&D Coordinator, Sapienza, Universita' di Roma

Tuesday October 29, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

11:00am

Coffee Breaks
Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

11:20am

Pa 293 - Bringing Audiovisual Online ...

Giving Users What They Want: Bringing Audiovisual Sources Online
Erwin Verbruggen and Johan Oomen

Non-professional audiovisual archive users are requesting higher access, higher quality, higher independence to do with materials what they want. Granting them that freedom can create remarkable outcomes: remix videos, additional descriptions, revived interest, reuse in mobile applications or putting new life in previously unknown and unloved content. Yet more is needed to bring our audiovisual heritage to this level. This panel discusses the bumps and strains for audiovisual archives to get the materials they carefully preserve out in the world. it will discuss the status of publishing audiovisual heritage online and the policy changes that archives, funding bodies and law makers alike could adapt to make this possible.

This panel includes participants from audiovisual heritage institutions, broadcasters and the academic domain who take part to discuss possible solutions to these dilemmas. We will discuss how the EUscreenXL project, which takes the assembled collections from 19 European broadcasting archives in EUscreen in a new direction, the Med-mem project, which has created an entry portal for broadcasters from the mediterranean and the European Film Gateway, the portal for film archives, have envisioned public access to audiovisual heritage. In the panel, 3 heritage project members (Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; Mireille Maurice, INA; Georg Eckes; Deutsches Film Institute) will discuss the pitfalls and necessary policy recommendations with 2 academic participants: Susanna Kleeman from Royal Holloway, University of London, who has worked on BBC's iPlayer and Motion Gallery and conducts market research for EUscreenXL, and Andreas Fickers, Maastricht University, who is leading research into platforms for cross-media storytelling and is editor-in-chief for the journal of European television history and culture VIEW.


Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:20am - 1:00am
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

11:20am

Tu 47 - Image based modeling ...

Image based modeling for cultural heritage, processing tools and acquisition protocol
Marc Pierrot Deseilligny and Nicolas Martin-Beaumont

Morning theoreticall session :
- presentation of modern automatic pipeline for image based modelisation
- presentation of acquisition protocols for stantdard cases of cultural heritage

Afternoon practical session on ortho-photo generation using the IGN's open source photogrammetric tools (Apero-MicMac) :
- process an existing data set following a precise road map
- attendee try to run a second data set autonomously (but with help of the team when required …)

The objective is that at the end of this tutorial the attendees have understood the general principle of image based pipeline and are aware of the potential and limitation of these techniques.

We would like you to come with a computer and to have installed MICMAC on it.
You can download it here : http://logiciels.ign.fr/?-Micmac,3- (under the link "téléchargement")
and follow the instructions here : http://forum-micmac.forumprod.com/tuto-install-t518.html. 


Moderators
avatar for Nicolas Martin-beaumont

Nicolas Martin-beaumont

DH2013 Photographer, Engineer, CNRS-MAP laboratory

Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:20am - 6:00am
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room E

11:20am

T2 Poster Session
65 - Antonella Guidazzoli, Giosué Boetto Cohen, Maria Chiara Liguori, Alfonsina Russo, Rita Cosentino, Maria Anna De Lucia and Franz Fischnaller
Etruscan Cultural Heritage: the Sarcophagus of the Spouses project. Virtual storytelling embedded in sensory audiovisual environments

123 - Panayiotis Kyriakou and Sorin Hermon
Building a Dynamically Generated Museum Using a Game Engine.

147 - Claude Zurcher
notrehistoire.ch : a social network and a participatory platform for audiovisual archives

200 - John Mangan, David Srour, Ashley Richter, Aliya Hoff, Thomas Levy and Falko Kuester
Media Commons for Cultural Heritage: Applied Mixed Media Visualization Storytelling for High Resolution Collaborative CyberArchaeological Display

232 - Yulia Petrova, Tatiana Laska, Tsimbal Irina and Sergey Golubkov
On-line Museum Projects Implementation: Basic Principles of Design And Special Aspects of Art Content

246 - Margherita Russo, Ruchira Ghose and Mauro Mattioli
Homm-sw: Networks-of-stories to value tangible and intangible heritage in museum

267 - James Darling, David Vanoni, Falko Kuester and Thomas Levy
Enhancing the Digital Heritage Experience from Field to Museum: User-Centered System Design of an Augmented Reality Tablet Application for Cultural Heritage

329 - Matthew Vincent
Stereo Panorama Photography in Archaeology: Bringing the Past into the Present through Immersive Virtual Environments

361 - Jongwook Lee and Boncheol Goo
Study on the Synchronous E-Learning Platforms for Dissemination of Traditional Dance

Speakers
avatar for Jongwook Lee

Jongwook Lee

Ph.D. Student, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Jongwook Lee is Ph.D. Student in GSCT(Graduate School of Culture Technology), KAIST(Korea Advance Institute of Science and Technology). He received his Bachelor degree at Korea National University of Cultural Heritage and received a Master’s degree in GSCT, KAIST. His research interests are topics on Digital Reconstruction, Architectural Heritage, Digital Education of tangible and intangible heritage.
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Yulia Petrova

Saint-Petersburg State University
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Margherita Russo

Full Professor In Economic Policy, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia - Italy
I am interested in local development, innovation and regeneration of competence networks in SMEs production systems: these are my fields of teaching and research (both in theroy and applied research). | A complementary field is enhancing an active knowldge of the local context (economy and society) in a global perspective: this is the action research programm of OFFICINA EMILIA, by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia... Read More →
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David Vanoni

Software Developer, Coplex
avatar for Matthew Vincent

Matthew Vincent

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


Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Forum

11:20am

T3 sp 3 - Interpretation and Modeling
11:20 - 11:35
290 - Belen Jimenez Fernandez Palacios, Chiara Stefani, Julie Lombardo, Livio de Luca and Fabio Remondino
Web Visualization of Complex Reality-Based 3D Models with Nubes

11:35 - 11:49
355 - Piero Albisinni, Laura De Carlo, Prokopios Kantas, Matteo Flavio Mancini, Alessia Moscarelli and Erald Mulla
The virtual concreteness of the architectural project. Ideas and experimentations for a digital archive of the Italian Masters work of the 20th century

11:49 - 12:03
358 - Dany Sandron and Gregory Chaumet
Cellars of Paris, “under the cobbles, cellars!”

12:03 - 12:17
300 - Fabrizio Agnello
The Cathedral of Palermo: from survey to historic interpretation

12:17 - 12:31
289 - Girėnas Povilionis and Rima Povilionienė
Aspects of the Digitalisation of the Documentation and Research of Lithuanian Historical Organs

12:31 - 12:45
338 - Patrizia Schettino
Home, sense of place and visitors’ intepretation of digital cultural immersive experiences in museums.

12:45 - 13:00
354 - Laura Farroni
Architecture and representation: digital surveying of Pavilion 19 of the former Slaughterhouse (Ex Mattatoio) of Rome

Moderators
avatar for Sorin HERMON

Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??

Speakers
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Fabrizio Agnello

University of Palermo - Dipartimento di Architettura
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Gregory Chaumet

centre André Chastel (UMR 8150)
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Laura Farroni

Assistant professor, Università degli Studi di Roma Tre
Graduated with honors in architecture in Rome in 1996, PhD in Representation and Survey of Architecture and Environment (Università degli Studi La Sapienza), is Assistant Professor of Design at the | Facoltà di Architettura Università degli Studi of Roma Tre, where she teaches Drawing for Architecture, Surveying and Digital Representation.
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Matteo Flavio Mancini

Sapienza Università di Roma - Faculty of Architecture - Dep
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Belen Jimenez fernandez palacios

FBK - Bruno Kessler Foundation
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Rima Povilionien

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
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Girenas Povilionis

Dr., Centre for the Organ Heritage, Centre for Culture Heritage
Girėnas Povilionis (b. 1976), Dr., has a doctor’s degree in art criticism, is a senior specialist at the Centre for Culture Heritage, an organ historian and researcher, a restorer and an organ player. In 2009–2011 he was a Postdoctoral Fellow funded by European Union Structural Funds project “Postdoctoral Fellowship Implementation in Lithuania” at the Lithuanian Culture Research Institute. In 2006, he presented his doctoral thesis The... Read More →
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Dany Sandron

UMR 8150 Centre André Chastel
avatar for Patrizia Schettino

Patrizia Schettino

Università della Svizzera italiana
I am researcher on immersive technologies for cultural heritage, a digital storyteller and a digital media designer.


Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

11:20am

T6 sp 2 - Applied Visualization & Reconstruction
11:20 - 11:32
86 - Francesca Delli Ponti, Daniele De Luca, Antonella Guidazzoli, Silvano Imboden and Maria Chiara Liguori
3D Computer Graphics short movies for communicating cultural heritage: an open source pipeline to fasten production 

11:32 - 11:45
68 - Kathi Martin and Dave Mauriello 
Motion and Embodiment: 3D Simulations for Historic Fashion 

11:45 - 11:57
506 - Patricia Lulof, Loes Opgenhaffen and Maarten Sepers
The Art of Reconstruction

11:57 - 12:10
159 - Matteo Zaccarini, Alessandro Iannucci, Marco Orlandi, Mariangela Vandini and Simone Zambruno
From a multi-disciplinary approach to the virtually augmented preservation of Cultural heritage

12:10 - 12:22
234 - Anna Toth, Davide Spallazzo and Mauro Ceconello
Imagining the past of an Italian garden. A historical-virtual reconstruction of Villa lo Zerbino

12:22 - 12:35
489 - Francesca Porfiri 
The illusionary perspective technique in the yards of historical building, experimental research in their valorization 

12:35 - 12:47
422 - Timothy Senior, Victoria Szabo and Florian Wiencek 
Digital Cities: A Collaborative Engagement With Urban Heritage 

12:47 - 13:00
398 - Fang Liyu and Hou Chenchen 
Application modes of Virtual Restoration and Design Technology in Protection and Presentation of Chinese Cultural Heritage 

Moderators
avatar for Maurizio Forte

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
avatar for Liyu Fang

Liyu Fang

The Palace Museum
avatar for Kathi Martin

Kathi Martin

Professor, Drexel University
The intersection and overlapping of the physical and virtual in progressive museum exhibition, in particular, of historic fashion and design. | Gardening
avatar for Loes Opgenhaffen

Loes Opgenhaffen

Research assistant, University of Amsterdam
MO

Marco Orlandi

AUTRE, Ciri Edilizia e Costruzioni - Università di Bologna
avatar for Francesca Porfiri

Francesca Porfiri

Department of History, Drawing and Restoration of Architectu
avatar for Timothy Senior

Timothy Senior

Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
avatar for Maarten Sepers

Maarten Sepers

University of Amsterdam
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Anna Toth

Politecnico di Milano
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Matteo Zaccarini

post-Doc Research student, CIRI Edilizia e Costruzioni, University of Bologna


Tuesday October 29, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

1:00pm

Buffet Lunch
Tuesday October 29, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where under the Big Top in the plaza

2:00pm

T3 fp 2 - Imaging and numerical analysis
14:00 - 14:20
46 - María Jesús Aguilera Ureña, José Emilio Meroño de Larriva, Andrés Ortega Ballesteros, Alberto Jesús Perea Moreno and Julia Barrios Neira
Application of Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy (NIRS) technology in the characterisation of construction materials in exceptional buildings: first results.

14:20 - 14:40
357 - Marine Bagneris, Frédéric Dubois and Alexandre Martin
Numerical analysis of historical masonry structures for stone degradation diagnosis : An application to the Roman Amphitheater of Nîmes

14:40 - 15:00
77 - Gregorio Palmas, Nico Pietroni, Paolo Cignoni and Roberto Scopigno
A computer-assisted constraint-based system for assembling fragmented objects

15:00 - 15:20
488 - Marine Bagnéris, Frédéric Dubois, Michel Jean, Alexandre Martin, Paul Taforel and Vincent Visseq
High performance hybrid FEM/DEM simulation tool for numerical analysis of historical structures

Moderators
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Robert Sablatnig

Head of Institute, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Computer Aided Automation
Robert Sablatnig was born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria, in 1965. He re­ceived the B.Sc. de­gree in Computer Science in 1988, the M.Sc. de­gree (Diplom Ingenieur) in Computer Science (Computer Graphics, Pat­tern Recognition & Image Processing) in 1992, the Ph.D. degree in Com­­puter Science in 1997 and the “venia docendi” (habilitation) in Applied Computer Science in 2003, all from the Vienna University... Read More →

Speakers
MB

Marine Bagneris

MAP GAMSAU UMR 3495
avatar for Paolo Cignoni

Paolo Cignoni

Senior Researcher, ISTI - CNR
avatar for Frédéric Dubois

Frédéric Dubois

Research Engineer, Laboratoire de Mécanique et Génie Civil
MJ

María Jesús Aguilera urena

University of Córdoba


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

2:00pm

T6 sp 3 - Architecture & Landscape: documentation & visualization
14:00 - 14:15
52 - Sorin Hermon, Gideon Avni, Hamudi Khalaily and Amit Reem 
Digitizing the Holy – 3D Documentation and analysis of the architectural history of the “Room of the Last Supper” – the Cenacle in Jerusalem 

14:15 - 14:30
80 - Pablo Rodríguez-Navarro and Giorgio Verdiani
Digital survey and interpretation of a fortification fragment: the Cadi Bridge at the feet of the Alhambra hill, Granada, Spain

14:30 - 14:45
42 - Ana Paula Claudio, Paula Redweik, Maria Beatriz Carmo, Marta Lourenço, Pedro Lopes, António Perestrelo Matos, Ana Margarida Campos, Jorge Santos, José Pedrosa, Robin Burgess, José Juan Blasco and Fernando Sempere
The Teaching Astronomical Observatory of the University of Lisbon (19th century): A Virtual Experience

14:45 - 15:00
326 - Alessandra Meschini, Daniele Rossi and Ramona Feriozzi 
Disclosing documentary archives: AR interfaces to recall missing urban scenery 

15:00 - 15:15
483 - Rieko Kadobayashi, Tsuneo Jozen, Masaki Chikama and Shinji Shimojo
Public Presentation of Japanese Historic Sites using 3D Tiled Display Wall

15:15 - 15:30
470 - Meredith Ferguson and Stacy Kamehiro
The Holographic Meetinghouse: Absence, Performance, and Connection in Maori Cultural Heritage

15:30 - 15:45
494 - Alberto Sdegno, Giovanni Fraziano, Natalino Gattesco, Gaia Pavoni and Marco Jez 
Acquiring, Modeling and Testing Freeform Sculptures 


Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

President, VSMM
Technology Catalyst, Author, Professor, Entrepreneur. With senior leadership roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley and the University of California, Lon Addison has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, research, and management of information technology in heritage, culture & the arts, design & engineering, the environment and more.  An advisor to non-profits, technology ventures, and governments, he has... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ana Paula Claudio

Ana Paula Claudio

FCUL- Departamento de Informática
Computer Graphics & Visualization Professor
avatar for Meredith Ferguson

Meredith Ferguson

Digital Production Manager, University of California Santa Cruz
My interest in museums, digital media, and education stems from a need to understand how digital repositories and interactive media can connect disparate groups and influence culture and creativity on a whole. | Currently, I am the digital production manager at CyArk working with a team of curators, technology experts, and developers to digitally document and archive world heritage sites. I am also a PhD candidate in “Digital Heritage” in... Read More →
avatar for Sorin HERMON

Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
avatar for Rieko Kadobayashi

Rieko Kadobayashi

Professor, Osaka Electro-Communication University
avatar for Alessandra Meschini

Alessandra Meschini

Researcher, School of Architecture and Design, University of Camerino
avatar for Daniele Rossi

Daniele Rossi

University of Camerino
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Alberto Sdegno

University of Trieste
avatar for Giorgio Verdiani

Giorgio Verdiani

Icar/17 Researcher, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Architecture Degree in 1998, Ph.D. in "Survey and representation of the Architecture and Landscape" in 2003, Full time researcher at the Dipartimento di Architettura (formerly Facoltà di Architettura) since 2006, Director of the LIA (Architecture Informatic Laboratory) since 2011. Passionate photographer since ever.


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:45pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

2:00pm

Pa 22 - A Joint Heritage: ...

A Joint Heritage: Where Science and Culture Meet
Elizabeth Griffin


The Natural Sciences and the Arts are often perceived as two contrasting strands of the human environment: the factual versus the fanciful, the technological versus the intangible. However, in the realm of historic scientific observations, the two disciplines share more than is usually credited. Historic observations constitute an invaluable resource for understanding the natural world, but their management requires not only scientific acumen but also considerable assistance from archivists, librarians, the general public and even the media.

Historic data are fundamental for measuring change. Most changes - in the atmosphere, the land and the oceans, and in what lives and grows there - are gradual, so data that span many decades are required to inform models adequately. But though the world is rich in such historic data, is it poor in its ability to access them. Researchers need their data in digital form, but most historic data are non-digital so they are effectively unuseable, and it is our basic scientific knowledge which suffers. Born-digital data are at most only 20-30 years old; without access to older data, forecasts of change must involve some guesswork, and we cannot afford to guess when so much is at stake. Historic data are also virgin sources for cultural research: how observations were made and stored, by whom, their context, precision, and technical limitations.

 We are conducting a Panel Discussion on this topic, organized and introduced by the CODATA Task Group, "Data At Risk" (which also has UNESCO's support). It will address cultural challenges in engaging help from the public, and include up to 5 10-minute contributions describing European-based programmes to recover and digitize non-digital data. It will conclude with a general discussion of ways to expand the schemes, emphasising both efficiency and breadth of impact.

 


Moderators
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Elizabeth Griffin

National Research Council of Canada
Dr. R. Elizabeth Griffin is a volunteer researcher at the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Victoria, BC.  She obtained her PhD at Cambridge (UK), and has pursued projects in stellar astrophysics at Cambridge, Oxford, Brussels, Toulouse, Boulder, Toronto and (now) Victoria. Dr. Griffin Chairs an International Astronomical Union Working Group, “Preservation and Digitization of Photographic Plates”, which has an emphasis on... Read More →

Speakers
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James Brusuelas

CHERCHEUR, University of Oxford
Researcher in Digital Philology and Classics for the  University of Oxford.  His research is focused on Greek Literature, Papyrology, Ancient Comedy and Digital Humanities.  As a founding member of the “Ancient Lives” project, which crowd-sources the transcription of ancient Greek papyrus fragments, Dr. Brusuelas is responsible for working with computer scientists on integrating the methodologies of computer science and... Read More →
MD

Marilyn Deegan

King's College London
Professor of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the former editor of LLC: the Journal of Digital Humanities. She has 25 years' experience in digital humanities and is also a medievalist.  Her recent publications include Text Editing, Print and the Digital World (edited volume, with Kathryn Sutherland; 2008), Transferred Illusions: Digital Technology and the Forms of Print (with Kathryn Sutherland; 2009),  Being a Pilgrim... Read More →
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Agnes Kirchhoff

BGBM Freie Universitaet Berlin
Scientific Assistant at the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum in Berlin-Dahlem, in the field of biodiversity informatics.   Recent projects relevant for this discussion include the reBiND project (http://rebind.bgbm.org) to rescue legacy databases.  An information specialist, Ms. Kirchhoff has expertise in Cybertaxonomy, database creation for the living collection of the Berlin Botanic Garden, Biological and landscape-planning... Read More →
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Thierry Pauwels

Astronomical Observatory, Koninklijke Sterrenwacht van Belgie
Dr. Thierry Pauwels is chief of the section “Astrometry of Solar System bodies” at the Royal Observatory of Belgium.  At present his main activities are in the context of the Data Processing and Analysis Consortium of ESA's satellite Gaia, where he is leader of the unit which is setting up the software for converting pixel coordinates to sky coordinates for Solar System objects observed by Gaia.  He is also responsible for... Read More →
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Davenport Robertson

AUTRE, University of North Carolina, School of Information & Librar
W. Davenport (Dav) Robertson is Professor of the Practice at the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There, in the Metadata Research Center, he is a participant in DARI, the Data-At-Risk Initiative, a project of the CODATA Task Group, “Data At Risk.”  The goal of DARI is to create a Web-based inventory of valuable scientific data collections that are at risk of being lost to... Read More →
avatar for Carmen Skarlupka

Carmen Skarlupka

Director, International Environmental Data Rescue Organization
Advocacy and stewardship of our natural hydrology resources, specifically watershed and aquifer security and surety. Implementation and utilization of Citizen Science, crowdsourcing, projects that educate and engage people in volunteering their time in the collection of hydrologic observational data to assist the scientific research community. Ensure global environmental climate models, to include sea-level rise, are populated with timely and... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

2:00pm

T2 fp 3 - Interaction
14:00 - 14:20
351 - Bernard Frischer and John Fillwalk
A Computer Simulation to Test the Buchner Thesis. The Relationship of the Ara Pacis and Meridian in the Campus Martius, Rome

14:20 - 14:40
444 - Bernadette Flynn
V-embodiment for Cultural Heritage

14:40 - 15:00
445 - Sofia Pescarin, Eva Pietroni, Mattias Wallergård, Karim Omar, Leonardo Rescic and Claudio Rufa
NICH Natural Interaction in the Cultural Heritage domain: a preparatory study on cross-cultural natural gestures

15:00 - 15:20
477 - Neil Smith, Kyle Knabb, Connor Defanti, Philip Weber, Jurgen Schulze, Andrew Prudhomme, Falko Kuester, Thomas Levy and Thomas Defanti
ArtifactVis2: Managing real-time archaeological data in immersive 3D environments

15:20 - 15:50
531 - John McCaffery, Alan Miller, Anna Vermehren, Keir Strickland and Carolyn Lefley
Exploring Heritage through Time and Space: supporting community reflection on the highland clearances

Moderators
avatar for Erik Champion

Erik Champion

Professor of Cultural Visualisation, Curtin University

Speakers
avatar for John Fillwalk

John Fillwalk

Senior Director, Ball State University: Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts
JOHN FILLWALK | | | John Fillwalk is an artist, scholar and practitioner of virtual and hybrid environments. He serves as the senior director of the Hybrid Design Technologies initiative [HDT] and as the director of the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts [IDIA Lab} at Ball State University. HDT and IDIA Lab are virtual reality design studios exploring the intersections of art, science and technology. IDIA Lab is engaged in the research... Read More →
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Bernadette Flynn

University of NSW
avatar for Bernard Frischer

Bernard Frischer

Professor, Dept. of Informatics, Indiana University
I am a professor of Informatics in the School of Informatics at Indiana University. I just arrived here in lovely Bloomington, IN (a Mecca for lovers of classical music and opera because of the great music school) and have the mission of starting an undergraduate and graduate program in Virtual Heritage. If you are a student and looking for a doctoral program in this field, please contact me! | | I am also the editor-in-chief of Digital... Read More →
JM

John McCaffery

ETUDIANT, University of St Andrews
Do not feed the ego. | PIN: 23246055
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, CNR-ITABC
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage Lab (VHLab). At CNR she coordinates at national level a research unit dedicated to “Virtual Heritage: integrated digital technologies for the understanding... Read More →
avatar for Eva Pietroni

Eva Pietroni

Researcher co-responsible VHlab, CNR
Eva Pietroni Art historian and a musician, researcher specialized in conservation and communication of Cultural Heritage at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage in Rome, Italy. Project coordinator for cross-disciplinary projects at national and international level. . Responsible and co-director of the Virtual Heritage Lab of CNR ITABC (www.vhlab.itabc.cnr.it) Eva's field of expertise relates to: Virtual Heritage... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

2:00pm

T4 Poster Session
25 - Emeline Le Goff, Laure Saligny, Arnaud Millereux and Ludovic Granjon
The CArGOS application : A catalog of geographical data in the community of human and social sciences for non-experts in Geomatics

128 - Alessandra Antonaci, Paolo Bravi, Francesca Dagnino, Marco Lutzu, Michela Ott, Francesca Pozzi and Sebastiano Pilosu
Digital technology and the transmission of Intangible Cultural Heritage: the case of Canto a Tenore

230 - Sieta Neuerburg and Olaf Slijkhuis
Daguerreobase – new standards for describing daguerreotypes, Europe’s earliest photographs

496 - Elanto Wijoyono and Adriani Dwi Kartika
Indonesian Heritage Inventory; Open Source Initiative for Endangered Heritage Monitoring

Moderators
avatar for Harold Thwaites

Harold Thwaites

Director, Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation
Past VSMM President of 7 years. Originally from Canada, Concordia University for 31 years, now living and working in Malaysia. Leading 5 innovative digital heritage projects at CCCDI at University of Malaya.

Speakers
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Emeline Le goff

Maison des Sciences de l'Homme - USR CNRS - uB 3516
OS

Olaf Slijkhuis

Picturae BV


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
MuCEM - Forum

2:00pm

T5 Poster Session
32 - Masatoshi Inui and Hiroko Ito
International Standards and off line archiving through the use of recordable optical discs

557 - Huai-Dong Ge, Shu-Yang Deng and Xiao-Yu Du
Jinling Buddhist Scripture Printing of China Engraved Block Printing Technique

Speakers
HI

Hiroko Ito

JVC Advanced Media EUROPE GmbH


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
MuCEM - Forum

2:00pm

T6 p 1 - Posters session 1
40 - Giovanna Vella
Smart Culture and Social Innovation in Sicily - A digital archive for Sicilian built heritage: the Arch2 experience

233 - Meera Natampally
Making of Hampi - An attempt to bridge culture and technology aspects

260 - Huaxiang He
Online Communication of Digital Heritage: Motivation, Path, and Effect

Speakers
avatar for Huaxiang He

Huaxiang He

Ph.D, associate professor, Wuzhou University
What should the communication of cultural heritage be like in the digital age? What can we do?
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meera Natampally

national institute of advanced studies
GV

Giovanna Vella

Kore Universiti of Enna


Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
MuCEM - Forum

2:00pm

W 29 - Improving your Digital Activities ....

Improving your Digital Activities with Business Model Innovation
Marco De Niet and Harry Verwayen


In this workshop we will present and put into practice two BMI tools that can help both managers and researchers in the area of digital heritage to assess the value of a digital heritage service they are involved in. The first tool is the Business Model Canvas, as developed by Osterwalder & Pigneur. The  moderators of this workshop have analysed this model specifically for digital cultural heritage services and the findings of this analysis will be shared, discussed and tested in the workshop. The second tool is a roadmap that each individual participant can use to analyse a specific service with digital cultural heritage. With this tool, you can reach conclusions on how to improve the set-up, management, impact and/or sustainability of the service and support further innovation. In the workshop we will take the participants step by step through the roadmap and provide opportunity for the participants to present the problems they encounter during their own analysis and discuss strategic options how to improve them or indeed come up with new concepts and business models for new services

This workshop is proposed to the conference as a contribution on behalf of the organisers of the conference Digital Strategies for Heritage (DISH). With this workshop DISH would like to support the ambition of DH2013 to organise the biggest European digital heritage congress. Contentwise, the workshop brings one of the key themes of DISH to the conference, Business Model Innovation.


Moderators
avatar for Marco de Niet

Marco de Niet

Director, Digital Heritage Netherlands
Marco de Niet is the Director of Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland (DEN foundation), the Dutch knowledge centre for digital heritage. DEN is a government funded organisation to promote standardisation and monitor the progress of the national digital infrastructure for cultural heritage. Marco is actively involved in various European projects, such as Europeana, ENUMERATE, Europeana Inside, meSch and V-Must.net Marco studied Dutch language and... Read More →
avatar for Harry Verwayen

Harry Verwayen

Deputy Director, Europeana
Harry is responsible for the strategy, business- and product development of Europeana, Europe’s Library, Museum and Archive. His main passion is the design and implementation of new business models that will support Europe in its aim to make our complete Heritage openly accessible for work, learning and pleasure. Prior to this Harry worked at the Amsterdam based thinktank Knowledgeland where he was responsible for business model... Read More →

Tuesday October 29, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

3:50pm

Coffee Breaks
Tuesday October 29, 2013 3:50pm - 4:10pm
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

4:10pm

T2 sp 2 - Technology and storytelling
16:10 - 16:25
287 - Dominique Groux-Leclet, Guillaume Caron, Azziz Anghour and El Mustapha Mouaddib
A serious game for 3D cultural heritage digital world

16:25 - 16:40
166 - Arnaud Schenkel, Nadine Warzée and Olivier Debeir
Fast Color Correction for Rapid Scanning in Uncontrolled Environment

16:40 - 16:56
218 - Cristian Lorenzini, Marcello Carrozzino, Franco Tecchia and Massimo Bergamasco
Automatic creation of bas-relieves from single images

16:56 - 17:12
401 - Yannis Ioannidis, Katerina El Raheb, Eleni Toli, Maria Boile, Akrivi Katifori and Margaretha Mazura
One object many stories: Introducing ICT in museums and collections through digital storytelling

17:12 - 17:28
408 - Elizabeth Goins, Erin Branham and Christopher Egert
Moving Beyond Mobile Tours: Creating Hybrid Spaces through Narrative and Gameplay in the Museum Collection

17:28 - 17:44
447 - Gunnar Liestøl and Larry Friedlander
Jerusalem's Holy Mount. On Palimpsestic Places in Situated and Sensory Media

17:44 - 18:00
572 - Laurence Inman and Phil Morris
Tutbury Castle : Recovering a period site

Moderators
avatar for Marco Callieri

Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist

Speakers
avatar for Marcello Carrozzino

Marcello Carrozzino

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - TeCIP Institute
Don't Panic. | Never.
avatar for Elizabeth Goins

Elizabeth Goins

Associate Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
avatar for Dominique Groux-leclet

Dominique Groux-leclet

Laboratoire MIS
Serious Game | Tangible User Interface | Virtual Museums | Art and creativity
avatar for Gunnar Liestøl

Gunnar Liestøl

Professor, University of Oslo
PM

Phil Morris

University of Derby
avatar for Katerina El raheb

Katerina El raheb

ICT Researcher, ATHENA RIC
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Arnaud Schenkel

Laboratories of Image, Signal processing and Acoustics - ULB


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

4:10pm

T3 fp 3 - Analysis for conservation and dissemination
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

Moderators
avatar for Matteo Dellepiane

Matteo Dellepiane

Visual Computing Lab ISTI-CNR

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Baptiste Barreau

Jean-Baptiste Barreau

CReAAH UMR6566 - CNRS
avatar for Guido Cimadomo

Guido Cimadomo

UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA
avatar for Gabriele Gattiglia

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 →
avatar for Philippe Jockey

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

4:10pm

T5 fp - Metadata
16:10 - 16:30
403 - Daniel Sacher, Daniel Biella and Wolfram Luther
Towards a versatile metadata exchange format for digital museum collections

16:30 - 16:50
245 - Andrea D'Andrea and Kate Fernie
3D-ICONS project: a metadata schema for 3D-Objects

16:50 - 17:10
442 - Qubumo Bamo, Cuixiao Guo, Hubin Yin and Gang Li
Customizing Discipline-based Metadata Standards for Digital Preservation of Living Epic traditions in China: Basic Principles and Challenges

17:10- 17:30
486 - Vincenzo Lombardo and Antonio Pizzo
Ontologies for the metadata annotation of stories

17:30 - 17:50
343 - Adam Jansen and Luciana Duranti
Records in the Cloud: Authenticity and Jurisdiction

Moderators
MD

Marilyn Deegan

King's College London
Professor of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the former editor of LLC: the Journal of Digital Humanities. She has 25 years' experience in digital humanities and is also a medievalist.  Her recent publications include Text Editing, Print and the Digital World (edited volume, with Kathryn Sutherland; 2008), Transferred Illusions: Digital Technology and the Forms of Print (with Kathryn Sutherland; 2009),  Being a Pilgrim... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Guo Cuixiao

Guo Cuixiao

Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnic Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
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Andrea D'andrea

Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale
"Se ho visto lontano è perchè ero sulle spalle di giganti" | | I. Newton 5 Febbraio 1676
avatar for Luciana Duranti

Luciana Duranti

Chair and Professor, Archival Studies, The University of British Columbia
Digital records authenticity and long term preservation
avatar for Vincenzo Lombardo

Vincenzo Lombardo

Associate professor, CIRMA - University of Torino
avatar for Daniel Sacher

Daniel Sacher

University of Duisburg-Essen


Tuesday October 29, 2013 4:10pm - 6:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

4:10pm

T6 sp 4 - Knowledge & Online Collections
16:10 - 16:23
456 - Martin White, M. Zeeshan Patoli and Tudor Pascu 
Knowledge Networking through Social Media for Digital Heritage Resources

16:23 - 16:37
297 - Johan Oomen, Vassilis Tzouvaras, Erwin Verbruggen and Kati Hyyppä Linking 
Visualising Television Heritage: The EUscreen Virtual Exhibitions and the Linked Open Data Pilot 

16:37 - 16:51
89 - Maria Pia Di Buono, Sorin Hermon, Mario Monteleone, Paola Ronzino and Valentina Vassallo
Decision-Making Support Systems for the Archaeological Domain: a Natural Language Processing Proposal

16:51 - 17:05
152 - Monica De Martino, Marina Monti, Simone Pastorino, Chiara Rosati, Giovanni Mosca, Rita Pasini and Gianni Viano
Semantics for the exploration of historical business archives

17:05 - 17:18
129 - Janine Sprünker 
Making on-line cultural heritage visible for educational proposes 

17:18 - 17:32
21 - Vincenza Ferrara, Andrea Macchia and Sonia Sapia 
Reusing cultural heritage digital resources in teaching 

17:32 - 17:46
363 - Andrea Nucita, Maria Caccamo Caltabiano, Mariangela Puglisi, Grazia Salamone, Benedetto Carroccio, Barbara Sisalli and Antonio Celesti
DIANA: an Approach to Coin Iconography according to Time and Space through digital Maps

17:46 - 18:00
134 - Isabella Gagliardi and Maria Teresa Artese 
Browsing and searching UNESCO Intangible heritage on the web: two ways

Moderators
avatar for Perla Innocenti

Perla Innocenti

Research Fellow, History of Art, School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow
I am an art historian and cultural heritage scholar. My main research interest is in the field of Digital Heritage, across the museum, library and archive sectors.In particular I have a passion for research in the areas of preserving tangible and intangible cultural heritage and scientific digital objects, cultural heritage informatics, the application of information technology to museums, libraries and archives, and innovative ways of... Read More →

Speakers
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Maria Pia Di buono

University of Salerno
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Vincenza Ferrara

Director of e-learning, museum teaching Laboratory, Sapienza University of Rome - Digilab
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Andrea Nucita

Researcher, University of Messina
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Zeeshan Patoli

Research Fellow, University of Sussex
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Chiara Rosati

CNR - IMATI
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Janine Sprunker

Kultur and arts professor, researcher of Museia Group (elearn Center, UOC), Escola de Llengües, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Heritage education through Internet
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Erwin Verbruggen

Project lead, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision


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

6:00pm

Keynote Speaker (with 3D projection) - Peter Der Manuelian

Giza 3D: Digital Archaeology and Scholarly Access to the Giza Pyramids

Based on more than a decade’s work, the Giza Project at Harvard is blending older traditional archives (excavation photos, archaeological drawings, object metadata) with extremely realistic 3D visualization of the famous Pyramids, Sphinx, and surrounding tombs and temples just west of modern Cairo (3rd millennium BC). This seamless marriage of old and new provides revolutionary access to Giza, its statues, hieroglyphic inscriptions, architecture, and wall decoration. These are the primary sources for all aspects of ancient Egyptian civilization, cross-referenced and accessible, for scholars, teachers, students, and the world community. Real-time immersive models allow us to pose new research questions, provide revolutionary and interactive classroom instruction, and investigate diachronic approaches to Giza’s evolution over several millennia. The computer models provide unique perspectives that no archaeologist has previously enjoyed, such as from below ground, or soaring high above the Pyramids of the pharaohs. Finds are returned to their findspots virtually from collections the world over, for we can now restore their archaeological context. And simulations, from the sun’s interaction with the ancient monuments, to the scale of royal statuary adorning the temples, help us to understand the choices the Egyptians made in constructing this vast archaeological site. Whether over the web, or on large screens in university visualization centers, Giza 3D can resolve archaeological problems that were previously unsolvable even out at the site itself. This online digital “publication” serves as a heritage management resource, a unique teaching tool, and an archaeological repository. The Giza models and website illustrate the best practices for the recreation and exploration of ancient Egyptian culture during one of its most critical periods.



Moderators
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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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Peter Der Manuelian

Philip J. King Professor of Egyptology - Director, Semitic Museum, Harvard University
Peter Der Manuelian received his Ph.D. in Egyptology from the University of Chicago in 1990. In 2009, he was appointed the “Philip J. King Professor of Egyptology” at Harvard University. This is the first senior, tenured Egyptology chair at Harvard since the time of in 70 years. He joined the curatorial staff at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in 1987, and he was Giza Archives Project Director there from 2000–2011. In... Read More →


Tuesday October 29, 2013 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

7:00pm

Cocktail Reception
Tuesday October 29, 2013 7:00pm - 8:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where under the Big Top in the "J4 esplanade"
 
Wednesday, October 30
 

8:00am

Registration
Wednesday October 30, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
(as listed)

9:00am

Keynote Speaker - Harry Verwayen

Alez Culture! Past, present and Future of Europeana

For the past 5 years Europeana has developed from a political aspiration to unite Europe in diversity, to a full- blown operation, servicing a network of thousands of institutions accross Europe. The most tangible expression of this endeavour is a portal, which allows users to discover material from every member state and every domain in Europe. However, this represents only a small portion of all the treasures that have been digitized or should be digitized in the future. Europeana is now entering a new phase of its existence, where the focus will be even more than in the past on the contribution to the Creative Economy and Social Innovation. In this presentation we will explore the past, present and future scenarios of Europeana.


Moderators
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??

Speakers
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Harry Verwayen

Deputy Director, Europeana
Harry is responsible for the strategy, business- and product development of Europeana, Europe’s Library, Museum and Archive. His main passion is the design and implementation of new business models that will support Europe in its aim to make our complete Heritage openly accessible for work, learning and pleasure. Prior to this Harry worked at the Amsterdam based thinktank Knowledgeland where he was responsible for business model... Read More →


Wednesday October 30, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
MuCEM - Auditorium

9:00am

SE - ARQUEOLOGICA 5th Int'l Meeting
ARQUEOLOGICA 5th Int'l Meeting
Victor Lopez-Menchero

NEW TOOLS FOR NEW METHODS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH

512 - Alberto Sdegno, Paolo Casari, Piero Miceu, Lisa Miniussi and Marco Jez
Digital Anastylosis and Advanced Visualization of the Roman Theatre in Trieste

179 - Victoria López, Tània Martínez and Irina Grevtsova
Restitution on site and virtual archaeology: two lines for research

DOCUMENTIA. DIGITAL DOCUMENTATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE. 

103 - Maria Andaloro, Carmela Crescenzi, Paola Pogliani and Giorgio Verdiani
The St. Eustache and the Meryemana churches in Göreme, two case studies of documentation about rupestrian heritage in Cappadocia, technical approach from the digital survey to the restoration hypothesis

69 - Sorin Hermon, Doron Ben-Ami, Hamudi Khalaily, Gideon Avni, Giancarlo Iannone and Marina Faka
3D documentation of large-scale, complex archaeological sites – the Givati Parking excavation in Jerusalem

364 - Marco Canciani, Corrado Falcolini, Giovanna Spadafora and Mauro Saccone
The architectural 3d survey vs archaeological 3d survey.

484 - Daniele Ferdani and Giovanna Bianchi
3D Survey and Documentation in Building Archaeology. The Medieval Church of San Niccolò in Montieri

78 - Frank Vermeulen, Cristina Corsi, Michael Klein
Probing the limits of VR reconstructions based on full coverage urban survey of Roman towns
 

Moderators
Speakers
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Marco Canciani

professor, Dipartimento di architettura
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
avatar for Victoria Lopez

Victoria Lopez

PhD candidate., Universitat de Barcelona.
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Alberto Sdegno

University of Trieste
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Giorgio Verdiani

Icar/17 Researcher, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Architecture Degree in 1998, Ph.D. in "Survey and representation of the Architecture and Landscape" in 2003, Full time researcher at the Dipartimento di Architettura (formerly Facoltà di Architettura) since 2006, Director of the LIA (Architecture Informatic Laboratory) since 2011. Passionate photographer since ever.
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Frank Vermeulen

CHERCHEUR, Ghent University
Archaeologist | Professor Roman Archaeology and Archaeological Method


Wednesday October 30, 2013 9:00am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

10:00am

Tu 561 - Creating 3D WebApps ...

Creating interactive 3D WebApps using X3DOM
Holger Graf and Yvonne Jung


In recent years a new trend for interactive 3D graphics from large scale macro VR worlds to micro scale 3D interactive visual environments, that can be deployed on any platform and device became visible. One of the pushing factors is the availability of new smartphones, that provide miniaturised platforms and dedicated enabling technologies for the rendering of and interaction with 3D content. WebGl as a subset of OpenGL drove significantly the developments of 3D applications for the web and enabled traditional web browsers to render interactive 3D content implementing an extension to its DOM. Using JS and CSS, thus, it is then possible to customise rendering and interaction through simple HTML5 technologies. As it is deployable also in browser instances for smartphones, 3D interactive visual environments become available on mobile devices. One of the challenges is to embed webGL calls into a higher level of abstraction that at the same time allows for a declarative description of the scene to be rendered. X3DOM is one environment that at the same time enables the development as well as the deployment of interactive 3D declarative content for the web. This tutorial is intended to be a quick start for people who have no experience with 3D graphics so far but want to try out X3DOM. Authoring X3DOM content is very similar to authoring HTML. The tutorial introduces declarative 3D in HTML5, how to integrate 3D elements into the DOM, adding dynamics using adequate scripting through JavaScript and styling via CSS. It is intended for non-experts or newbies to 3D graphics and web design professionals alike.

Moderators
YJ

Yvonne Jung

Senior Researcher, Fraunhofer IGD

Wednesday October 30, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room D

10:00am

W 295 - Cultural & Heritage Industries Cluster...

The Cultural & Heritage Industries Cluster, a French organisation dedicated to the promotion of culture and heritage

Françoise Lacotte


    I. Who we are - Introducing the cluster

The Heritage Cluster is a French competitiveness Cluster founded in 2007 in Arles (France) and dedicated to the promotion of culture and heritage. The Cluster brings together more than a hundred companies, organizations, foundations, R&D laboratories, training and resources centers mainly situated in Provence and involved in: preserving, restoring, and promoting heritage, whether it is natural, built, cultural (movable) or intangible.

                                                                                         by Jean-Bernard Memet, Vice-President

    II. what we do - Presenting our activities

As an economic network the cluster organizes special events for its members enhancing cross-disciplinary partnerships, and provides organizational support in their respective range of expertise. It also provides support in monitoring and implementing innovative projects, particularly in the digital area, in order to respond to Bids for Tenders in the Research and Development sector.

                                                                                         by Françoise Lacotte, Project Manager

   III. How we do it – a panel of 6 collaborative innovative digital projects on heritage

Didier Happe, Associated CEO of Art Graphique et Patrimoine (France) and Romain Raffin, Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the LSIS Research Unit will be presenting Ephèbe, a project on the 12th century Saint-Trophime Cloister (inscribed as World Heritage at UNESCO) based on the use of a 3D mock-up for the development of a 3D-referenced document data base on the Internet and a presentation film to the public involving also the Heritage Dpt of the City of Arles.

Frédérique Bertrand, DPLG Architect specialized in modeling and computer graphics applied to architecture and urban design, Marseille (France), will be presenting Imago Urbis, a virtual augmented-reality sensitive visit of urban and natural heritage sites.

Bruno Roux, founder and associate CEO of L’Avion Jaune, Montpellier (France), will be presenting Yellowscan, a compact and light LIDAR for aerial topography. A LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) can be installed in an airplane to obtain ground and canopy topography; it may apply for instance to archeology and forest management. The Yellowscan project consists in proposing a very small and light LiDAR (2kg) suitable for a UAV or an ultra-light airplane.

Nathalie Casanova, Project Manager at the Conservation Center for Book, Arles (France), will be presenting E-corpus - a collective and heritage-centered digital library which indexes and disseminates numerous documents belonging to the Euro-Mediterranean written and linguistic heritage: manuscript pages, antique books, archives, newspapers, photography, maps, prints, sound recordings, and videos. To this day, E-corpus offers direct access to more than two million documents, available through cooperation with more than 250 institutions worldwide. Based on cutting edge technologies, E-corpus offers a simple multimedia and multilingual interface.

Frédéric Mougenot, Curator and Karine Bonjour, Head of Digital Dpt at the the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations (MuCEM), along with Isabelle Aubin and Julien Deparis, CEO and Director of Studies at Supinfocom Arles (France) and Marc Rius CEO of Tu Nous ZA Pas Vus Production, Arles (France) will be presenting Wonders of the world, 7 animated films created by Supinfocom Arles’ 4th-year students through an educational partnership with the MuCEM and produced by Tu Nous ZA Pas Vus Production. History have been reinterpreted through a scientific approach of documentation, reinventing archeological approach and changing the audience relationship to museums through artistic computer-generated images.

Marie Cambone, PhD candidate in Information and Communication Sciences at the University of Avignon (France) and in Museum Sciences at the University of Quebec in Montréal (Canada), will be presenting her research work Writing stories on interactive maps: Take over the city and become heritage, aimed at analysing interactive cultural maps through an innovative methodology. These maps bear a common objective of cultural mediation of urban spaces and result mostly from visiting experiences shared online (each user adding photos, videos, comments, etc).

Download the detailed program and speakers’ bio here


Moderators
avatar for Françoise Lacotte

Françoise Lacotte

Project Manager, Pôle industries culturelles & patrimoines
The Heritage Cluster is a French competitiveness Cluster founded in 2007 in Arles (France) and dedicated to the promotion of culture and heritage. The Cluster brings together more than a hundred companies, organizations, foundations, R&D laboratories, training and resources centers mainly situated in Provence and involved in: preserving, restoring, and promoting heritage, whether it is natural, built, cultural (movable) or intangible.

Speakers
avatar for Frédérique Bertrand

Frédérique Bertrand

prestation graphique en urbanisme, architecture, patrimoine, Frédérique Bertrand
Architect, student at the Chaillot's School, in Paris. Member of the Cultural Industries & Heritage Cluster (Arles). Project : 3D Imago Urbis
avatar for Marie Cambone

Marie Cambone

PhD candidate, Université d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse
NC

Nathalie Casanova

AUTRE, Centre de Conservation du Livre
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Didier Happe

Co-Director, ART GRAPHIQUE ET PATRIMOINE
Co director of ART GRAPHIQUE et PATRIMOINE, A French leading company in numerization and 3D applications on Cultural Heritage and art works. | We work for museums and Historical sites and develop numeric applications based on augmented reality, film, interactive applications... | Our references are Jumieges 3D (priced by UN as one of the most innovative application in the world), Vincennes Castle, Versailles Castle, etc...
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Frederic Mougenot

curator, mucem
Curator in the MuCEM and Egyptologist | Curatorial expert in the "Wonders of the World" project with Supinfocom Arles together with the MuCEM
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Bruno Roux

INDUSTRIEL, L'Avion Jaune
involved in environnement data collection from the air : multispectral cartography, 2D and 3D data, carbon, biodiversity, archeology,etc.


Wednesday October 30, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

10:00am

T4 fp - Policy approaches & Case studies
10:00 - 10:20
378 - Perla Innocenti
Migrating heritage, digital cultural networks and social inclusion in Europe

10:20 - 10:40
303 - Marilyn Deegan and Simon Tanner
Measuring the Impact of Digitised Resources: The Balanced Value Model

10:40 - 11:00
502 - Hyuk-Jin Lee
Lost memory and identity- philosophical consideration of Korean built heritages

11:20 - 11:40
533 - Alan Miller, Tom Dawson and Anna Vermehren
Digitally Enhanced Community Rescue Archaeology

11:40 - 12:00
112 - Luiseach Nic Eoin, Eithne Owens and Rachel King
Memories of Metolong: The challenges of archiving intangible heritage in development contexts’

12:00 - 12:20
415 - Claudia Cassatella and Giulia Carlone
GIS-based Visual Analysis for Planning and Designing Historic Urban Landscapes. The case of Turin

12:20 - 12:40
83 - Pavlos Chatzigrigoriou and Efthimios Mavrikas
Saving Historic buildings with multi-criteria GIS tool: The case of Ermoupolis - Cyclades

12:40 - 13:00
473 - Chin-Fang Cheng, Ya-Ning Yen and Wun-Bin Yang
Value priority concept on the digital technology for the disaster prevention and management of cultural properties - A case study of Dihua Street in Taiwan

Moderators
avatar for Harold Thwaites

Harold Thwaites

Director, Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation
Past VSMM President of 7 years. Originally from Canada, Concordia University for 31 years, now living and working in Malaysia. Leading 5 innovative digital heritage projects at CCCDI at University of Malaya.

Speakers
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Pavlos Chatzigrigoriou

Head of Planning & IT Department, Municipality of Syros-Ermoupolis
I am working the last 12 years in a unique city (Hermoupolis) in an Aegean island (Syros). I am passionate about Cultural Heritage, Architecture and Urban Planning. I work hard to improve the physiognomy of our city and to conserve the historic buildings in risk. | I am also a board member of the NGO "Syros Institute" where I organize summer courses on Conservation and Innovation in Cultural Heritage & Tradition. I love Maps and GIS!
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Chin-Fang Cheng

Dept. of Architecture, Southeast University, China
MD

Marilyn Deegan

King's College London
Professor of Digital Humanities at King's College London and the former editor of LLC: the Journal of Digital Humanities. She has 25 years' experience in digital humanities and is also a medievalist.  Her recent publications include Text Editing, Print and the Digital World (edited volume, with Kathryn Sutherland; 2008), Transferred Illusions: Digital Technology and the Forms of Print (with Kathryn Sutherland; 2009),  Being a Pilgrim... Read More →
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Luiseach Nic Eoin

School of Archaeology, University of Oxford
Archaeologist working in Lesotho with interests in material culture, intangible heritage and economic botany
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Perla Innocenti

Research Fellow, History of Art, School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow
I am an art historian and cultural heritage scholar. My main research interest is in the field of Digital Heritage, across the museum, library and archive sectors.In particular I have a passion for research in the areas of preserving tangible and intangible cultural heritage and scientific digital objects, cultural heritage informatics, the application of information technology to museums, libraries and archives, and innovative ways of... Read More →
HL

Hyuk-Jin Lee

Texas Woman\'s University
Cultural heritage, Built heritage, Korean study, East Asia collaboration, Philosophy, History
avatar for Efthimios Mavrikas

Efthimios Mavrikas

Co-founder, Ad Axem LLC
AM

Alan Miller

University of St Andrews
avatar for Eithne Owens

Eithne Owens

Associate, Event Communications


Wednesday October 30, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

11:00am

Coffee Breaks
Wednesday October 30, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

11:20am

SE - ICOMOS ICIP Interpretation Panel
15 - Alessandro Furlan
TIME WINDOW APP: ANCIENT ROME and ANCIENT EGYPT in 3D MVR (Mixed Virtual Reality)

573 - Maja Jerala
Make the excavations speak: the use of a 3D model of a temple of Hercules at Celje as an interpretative tool

526- Laurier Turgeon, François Côté and Alain Massé
From Multimedia to Transmedia Experiences in the Interpretation of Heritage: The Mobile Application of Quebec City’s Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage

Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

President, VSMM
Technology Catalyst, Author, Professor, Entrepreneur. With senior leadership roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley and the University of California, Lon Addison has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, research, and management of information technology in heritage, culture & the arts, design & engineering, the environment and more.  An advisor to non-profits, technology ventures, and governments, he has... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Maja Jerala

Maja Jerala

PhD student, University of Ljubljana, Department of Archaeology
Archaeologist, BA in archaeology, PhD student at the University of Ljubljana. She is prepairing a dissertation about the reconstruction of the temple of Hercules at Celje, which includes all the great interests; roman archaeology, architecture, temples and of course digital heritage. She is also a conservator at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Centre for Preventive Archaeology.
AM

Alain Masse

Idéeclic


Wednesday October 30, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

11:20am

T1 Poster Session
103 Maria Andaloro, Carmela Crescenzi, Paola Pogliani and Giorgio Verdiani 
The St. Eustache and the Meryemana churches in Göreme, two case studies of documentation about rupestrian heritage in Cappadocia, technical approach from the digital survey to the restoration hypothesis

173 Sabrina Kacher
The restitution of two realisations of the Algerian heritage

185 Motoko Okumoto, Takayuki Ako and Koji Kato
How to share the record of restoration project of cultural properties damaged by Tsunami~The digitization of the three types of documents recorded by the student volunteers

409 Dongyeob Han and Hongsung Jin
The image based modelling of Jinnamgwan

484 Daniele Ferdani and Giovanna Bianchi
3D Survey and Documentation in Building Archaeology. The Medieval Church of San Niccolò in Montieri


540 Tom Wypych, James Stawson, Radley Angelo and Vid Petrovic
Airborne Imaging: Systems, Deployments, Practices and Capabilities

Moderators
avatar for J-Angelo Beraldin

J-Angelo Beraldin

Researcher, NRC Canada

Speakers
DH

Dongyeob Han

Chonnam national university
SK

Sabrina Kacher

EPAU (Ecole Polytechnique d'Architecture et d'Urbanisme)
MO

Motoko Okumoto

CPIS,SOKENDAI
VP

Vid Petrovic

ETUDIANT, CISA3 at UCSD
avatar for Giorgio Verdiani

Giorgio Verdiani

Icar/17 Researcher, Università degli Studi di Firenze
Architecture Degree in 1998, Ph.D. in "Survey and representation of the Architecture and Landscape" in 2003, Full time researcher at the Dipartimento di Architettura (formerly Facoltà di Architettura) since 2006, Director of the LIA (Architecture Informatic Laboratory) since 2011. Passionate photographer since ever.


Wednesday October 30, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Forum

12:00pm

Exhibition

DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision. 

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).

Supported by Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by  Digital Projection


OPENING TIMES 

Wednesday, october 30 : 
12 p.m. to 7 p.m. / free admission



IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Cubiculum musicae ‎ 

i-treasure ‎ 

Paris and Giza 3d ‎

DIGITALHERITAGE @ WORK

Cutlab3d 

Artifactvis2


VIRTUAL MUSEUMS 

Virtual Museum demonstrator

Tangible geographical interface

Monte Michele

Nantes

Smart Architectural Models

HERITOUCH

Acropolis (CHESS)

Singosari

Reenchant Historical Heritage

Techcoltour

Stolac

Virtual Aquileia


EDUTAINMENT 

Excavate and Learn

Fort Ross

Imago Bononiae and Apa Game


ART AND CREATIVITY

Virtual Mauer

Raffaello Madonna of the Goldfinch

Pureland

Art Science


MULTIVISION 

Mochica

Siracusa 3d

Chavin Perù

Marq

From Villefranche to Marseille

Giza (by virtualware)

Facsimile


Wednesday October 30, 2013 12:00pm - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Plateau Expo

1:00pm

Buffet Lunch
Wednesday October 30, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where under the Big Top in the plaza

2:00pm

Cultural Visit

In order to support interaction with colleagues, there are cultural tours on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons

CityPass 48H 
Wednesday October 30th and Thursday October 31th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

Pôle ICP (Arles)
Organized visit on Wednesday October 30th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

MMSH (Aix-en-Provence)
Organized visit on Wednesday October 30th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

CICRP (Marseille)
Organized visit on Thursday October 31th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)


Wednesday October 30, 2013 2:00pm - 7:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where TBA
 
Thursday, October 31
 

8:00am

Registration
Thursday October 31, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
(as listed)

9:00am

Keynote Speaker - Lior Wolf

Computational companionship for large-scale digitization efforts
The Digital Age has brought with it large-scale digitization of historical records. The modern scholar of history or of other disciplines is often faced today with hundreds of thousands of readily-available and potentially-relevant full or fragmentary documents, but without computer aids that would make it possible to find the sought-after needles in the proverbial haystack of online images. The problems are even more acute when documents are handwritten, since optical character recognition does not provide quality searchable texts. 

In this talk I will describe our experience working with digitized images of the Cairo Genizah manuscripts. Using computer-vision and machine-learning algorithms, we have been able to automatically classify Genizah manuscripts (which are spread out in more than seventy collections worldwide) by script style and thus identify tens of thousands of new “joins,” that is, matches between leaves in the same hand that were originally part of the same manuscript. This has led to the uncovering of numerous new humanities research directions concerning this collection, thus revolutionizing Genizah studies -- this despite the fact that these documents and fragments have already been extensively studied throughout the twentieth century. 

The developed tools are applicable to other collections as well and I will also present results obtained with images of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Tibetan Buddhist texts and manuscripts.


Moderators
avatar for Roberto Scopigno

Roberto Scopigno

Research Director, ISTI-CNR

Speakers
avatar for Lior Wolf

Lior Wolf

Professor, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Lior Wolf is a faculty member at the School of Computer Science at Tel Aviv University. Previously, he was a post-doctoral associate in Prof. Poggio's lab at MIT. He graduated from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, where he worked under the supervision of Prof. Shashua. Lior Wolf was awarded the 2008 Sackler Career Development Chair, the Colton Excellence Fellowship for new faculty (2006-2008), the Max Shlumiuk award for 2004, and the... Read More →


Thursday October 31, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
MuCEM - Auditorium

10:00am

T6 fp2 - Documentation & Info Visualization
10:00 - 10:20
374 - Jean-Marc Vallet, Vincent Detalle, Livio De Luca, Jean-Luc Bodnar, Odile Guillon, Barbara Trichereau, Kamel Mouhoubi, Nicolas Martin- Beaumont, Delphine Syvilay, David Giovannacci, Chiara Stefani, Gilian Walker, Marie Feillou, Dominique Martos- Levif, Pierre Marron and François de Banes Gardonne 
Development of a NDT toolbox dedicated to the conservation of wall paintings: application to the frescoes chapel in the Charterhouse of Villeneuve-lez-Avignon (France) 

10:20 - 10:40
346 - Juan Carlos Torres, Luis López, Celia Romo, German Arroyo, Pedro Cano, Francisco Lamolda and M. Mar Villafranca
Using a Cultural Heritage Information System for the documentation of the restoration process

10:40 - 11:00
122 - Marcello Carrozzino, Alexandra Angeletaki, Marina Belli, Chiara Evangelista and Massimo Bergamasco 
Information Landscapes for the Communication of Ancient Manuscripts Heritage

Moderators
avatar for Donald Sanders

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.

Speakers
avatar for Marcello Carrozzino

Marcello Carrozzino

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - TeCIP Institute
Don't Panic. | Never.
avatar for Juan Carlos Torres

Juan Carlos Torres

Spain, Universidad de Granada
avatar for Jean-Marc Vallet

Jean-Marc Vallet

DH2013 Local Board, Researcher, CICRP


Thursday October 31, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
MuCEM - Auditorium

10:00am

SE - Space2Place Symposium
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
DB

Dan Bonenberger

Eastern Michigan University
CB

Cuca Branka

CYPRUS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
LL

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
PW

Patrick Williams

The Field Museum


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

10:00am

Pa 602 - Evaluation criteria in DH
Evaluation criteria in digital heritage
Sorin Hermon

This panel aims at discussing the criteria to be used when evaluating scientific achievements in the field of digital heritage. 


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

10:00am

Tu 603 - MeshLab: what's new ...

MeshLab: what's new and hands-on
Matteo Dellepiane, Marco Callieri, Guido Ranzuglia

The tutorial will be focused on MeshLab, an open source mesh processing tool. In particular, the first part of the tutorial will be devoted to the presentation of the new features of release 1.3.3, which is expected to be out on September 2013. The main changes and bug fixes w.r.t. the previous releases will be illustrated, with the help of practical example. In the second part of the tutorial, a few real case studies will be analyzed, in order to show how MeshLab functionalities can fulfill peculiar needs. The case studies will be selected among the ones proposed by the audience. A "call for case studies" will be circulated in the community during September and October, in order to be able to select and show the most paradigmatic examples. Finally, the tutorial will be open to requests by the audience, in order to show further functionalities and possibly spot the main needs from the community. 


Moderators
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Marco Callieri

researcher @ Visual computing Lab, ISTI-CNR, ISTI-CNR
3DHOP Apostle -- Meshlab Cultist
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Matteo Dellepiane

Visual Computing Lab ISTI-CNR

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

10:00am

W 550 - Exploring the 3D-ICONS Projects...
Exploring the 3D-ICONS Projects: From Capture to Delivery
Anthony Corns

The 3D-ICONS project aims to digitise a series of architectural and archaeological masterpieces of world and European cultural significance and provide 3D models and related digital content to Europeana, contributing to the critical mass of highly engaging content available to users. The digital content includes overall 3D models and reconstructions, enlarged models of important details, images, texts, videos. It also includes and re-contextualizes in 3D, objects belonging to a monument but presently located elsewhere. This workshop explores the digitisation pipeline; a fundamental component 3D-ICONS project. This pipeline exploits and integrates existing tools and methods. The workshop will be divided into 5 sessions which follow the pipeline process sequentially.

AGENDA

10:00 - 10:15  Introduction to 3D-ICONS Project (A. Corns)

Monuments

10:15 - 10:30  Case Study 1: The Tomb of King David Hall (S. Hermon & K. Yiakoupi)

10:30 - 10:45  Case Study 2: 3D Monument recording using multiple digitization techniques (L. De Luca)

10:45 - 11:00  Case Study 3: Recording Ireland’s Early Christian monuments using aerial and terrestrial laser scanning (R. Shaw)

Artefact& Detail

11:00 - 10:15  Case Study 1: artefacts and architectural detail of St. Michael Romano-Catholic Cathedral (M. Bozgan, N. Maria-Corina)

11:15 - 11:30  Case Study 2: Iberian sculptures from the Museum of Jaen using 3D scanning and photography (A. Sánchez)

11:30 - 11:45  Case Study 3: Quick museum artefacts digitization in 3D-ICONS (G. Guidi & M.Russo)

Metadata

11:45 - 12:00  Quality control: Paradata within the 3D-ICONS project (F. Remondino)

12:00 - 12:15  Developing and applying the CARARE metadata schema for 3D documentation (K. Fernie & A. D'Andrea)

Use & Reuse

12:15 - 12:30  3D World Heritage at your fingertips: what to expect? Online solutions to the delivery of 3D data in cultural heritage (D. Pletinckx)

12:30 - 12:45  Potential usage of 3D data and IPR issues (S. Basset)

 

12:45 - 13:00  General Discussion


Speakers
avatar for Sara Gonizzi Barsanti

Sara Gonizzi Barsanti

Temporary Researcher, POLITECNICO DI MILANO
Holds a Research Grant at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. After the Degree in Archaeology at the University of Rome La Sapienza in 2003, she achieved a Master in Cartography in 2005, a PhD in GIS in 2008, a Research Grant from 2010 to 2011 and a degree at the School of Specialization in Archaeology in 2012 at the University of Trieste. Since 2008, her interests regard the use of technologies employed in the... Read More →
SB

Sheena Bassett

Project Manager, MDR Partners
Making 3D models available to everyone on the web. 3D-ICONS is providing around 3000 3D models via Europeana.
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Nicolae Corina

Romanian National History Museum
AD

Andrea D'andrea

Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale
"Se ho visto lontano è perchè ero sulle spalle di giganti" | | I. Newton 5 Febbraio 1676
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
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Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →
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Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →
KY

Kyriaki Yiakoupi

Research Technical Assistant, The Cyprus Institute, STARC
Kyriaki Yiakoupi joined the CyI in November 2011 as Research Technical Assistant for STARC. She holds an MA in Conservation Studies (Historic Buildings) from the University of York, UK, 2011 and BA (Hons) in Interior Design from the University of Wolverhampton, UK, 2010. Kyriaki has participated in several international multidisciplinary projects with expeditions to develop her skills in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. | Kyriaki's main... Read More →


Thursday October 31, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

10:00am

T3 Poster Session
120 - Isabelle Fasse, Didier Dalbera, Frédérique Bertrand and Jacques Zoller
Digital restitution of architectural and urban heritage in South of France.

131 - Cécile Armand, Cao Liuying and Tan Xinxin
IAO Scholar: A global platform for the digital history of Modern China by the doctoral students of the Lyons Institute for East Asian Studies (IAO – ENS Lyon)

179 - Victoria López, Tània Martínez and Irina Grevtsova
RESTITUTION ON SITE AND VIRTUAL ARCHAEOLOGY: TWO LINES FOR RESEARCH

238 - Maurizio Unali
Toward a model for surveying on-line dwelling

271 - Romain Raffin
Indexation and visualization of documents in a 3D model of the St Trophime cloister over the Internet

296 - Anaïs Guillem, Alain Fuchs, Thierry Dechezleprêtre and Gilles Halin
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).

360 - Javeria Shaikh and Jae-Seung Park
The generation and effect of the salt on brick masonry: An analysis of crumbling walls in DKG Area and cultivation around Mohenjo-daro

364 - Marco Canciani, Corrado Falcolini, Giovanna Spadafora and Mauro Saccone
The architectural 3d survey vs archaeological 3d survey.

365 - Victoria López
ART MUSEUMS, MOBILE MEDIA AND EDUCATION: A NEW WAY TO EXPLAIN ART?

373 - Palestini Caterina
DIGITAL HERITAGE AND EARTQUAKE EMERGENCY

480 - Lijun Yu, Yueping Nie, Lin Yang and Yueyin Yao
Remote Sensing Archaeology Analysis of Liangzhu Culture

527 - Lauren Davis and Gizem Dorter
Bringing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into the Museum World

529 - Anastasia Rita Widiarti and Agus Harjoko
Combination of statistical and structural approach to scripts segmentation from line segmentation of Javanese manuscript image

554 - Laura Baratin, Serena Zuliani and Giovanni Checcucci
3D Documentation for the Conservation and Restoration of Contemporary Works of Art: the Sculptures of Umberto Mastroianni and Maurizio Savini

573 - Maja Jerala
Make the excavations speak: the use of a 3D model of a temple of Hercules at Celje as an interpretative tool

85 - Franziska Haas, Christoph Franzen, Wolfgang Frey, Dagmar Exner and Alexandra Troi
3ENCULT Monument Information System – The “Raumbuch”-principle extended to Energy Issues

155 - Rémi Deleplancque
Le Val de Loire vu du train smartphone app 

Speakers
avatar for Laura Baratin

Laura Baratin

Coordinator School in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, University of Urbino
Associate Professor of Drawing at the University of Urbino "Carlo Bo" - Department of Basic Sciences and Fundamentals. Coordinator of the School in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage. She is Director of the Master in "Instruments and Methodologies for the Conservation and Valorization of Cultural Heritage" Operator for the Conservation of Archaeological and Architectural Heritage in collaboration with the School of Specialization... Read More →
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Marco Canciani

professor, Dipartimento di architettura
DD

Didier Dalbera

DH2013 Local Committee member, ENSA-Marseille
RD

Rémi Deleplancque

France, Mission Val de Loire
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Gizem Dorter

Koç University
CF

Christoph Franzen

Institut für Diagnostik und Konservierung an Denkmalen in S
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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.
FH

Franziska Haas

Germany, TU Dresden, IBAD
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Maja Jerala

PhD student, University of Ljubljana, Department of Archaeology
Archaeologist, BA in archaeology, PhD student at the University of Ljubljana. She is prepairing a dissertation about the reconstruction of the temple of Hercules at Celje, which includes all the great interests; roman archaeology, architecture, temples and of course digital heritage. She is also a conservator at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Centre for Preventive Archaeology.
avatar for Victoria Lopez

Victoria Lopez

PhD candidate., Universitat de Barcelona.
avatar for Romain Raffin

Romain Raffin

DH2013 Local Committee member, AMU-LSIS
JS

Javeria Shaikh

Hanyang University
MU

Maurizio Unali

Università degli Studi 'G. d'Annunzio'
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Anastasia Rita widiarti

Sanata Dharma University


Thursday October 31, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Forum

11:00am

Coffee Breaks
Thursday October 31, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

11:20am

T6 fp3 - Applied Digitization & Reconstruction
11:20 - 11:40
34 - Herbert Maschner and Corey Schou 
Virtualization and the Democratization of Science: How 3D Technologies are Revolutionizing Museum Research and Access 

11:40 - 12:00
536 - Alan Miller, Sarah Kennedy, Lisa Dow, Alex Field and Colin Allison
Exploring Cultural Heritage with Open Virtual Worlds: the reconstruction of St Andrews Cathedral in OpenSimulator

12:00 - 12:20
139 - Miran Erič, Rok Kovačič, Gregor Berginc, Mitja Pugelj, Žiga Stopinšek and Franc Solina 
The Impact of the Latest 3D Technologies on the Documentation of Underwater Heritage Sites

12:20 - 12:40
291 - Maarten Heerlien, Kirsten van Hulsen, Joost van Leusen and Stephanie Schnörr
The natural history production line. An industrial approach to the digitization of scientific collections

12:40 - 13:00
314 - Maria Pia Di Buono, Johanna Monti, Mario Monteleone and Federica Marano 
Knowledge Management and Cultural Heritage Repositories. Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval Strategies

13:00 - 13:20
370 - Laura L. Micoli, Gabriele Guidi, Michele Russo and Davide Angheleddu 
A multidisciplinary approach to 3D survey and reconstruction of historical buildings


Moderators
avatar for Bernard Frischer

Bernard Frischer

Professor, Dept. of Informatics, Indiana University
I am a professor of Informatics in the School of Informatics at Indiana University. I just arrived here in lovely Bloomington, IN (a Mecca for lovers of classical music and opera because of the great music school) and have the mission of starting an undergraduate and graduate program in Virtual Heritage. If you are a student and looking for a doctoral program in this field, please contact me! | | I am also the editor-in-chief of Digital... Read More →

Speakers
MP

Maria Pia Di buono

University of Salerno
JV

Joost van leusen

Project leader, Naturalis Biodiversity Center
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Herbert Maschner

Director and Professor, Idaho Museum of Natural History
I am Director of the Idaho Museum of Natural History and Professor of Anthropology at Idaho State University. Author of 116 articles, books, and chapters, I am a specialist in the archaeology, biocomplexity, and natural history of Western North America, Alaska and the Arctic. For the last seven years I have led a number of projects which use 3D technologies to democratize science and education by making complete natural history repositories... Read More →
LM

Laura Micoli

POLITECNICO DI MILANO
AM

Alan Miller

University of St Andrews
avatar for Franc Solina

Franc Solina

Professor, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science


Thursday October 31, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

12:00pm

Digital Heritage Expo

DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision. 

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).

Supported by Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by  Digital Projection


OPENING TIMES 

Thursday, october 31 : 
12 p.m. to 7 p.m. / free admission


IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Cubiculum musicae ‎ 

i-treasure ‎ 

Paris and Giza 3d ‎

DIGITALHERITAGE @ WORK

Cutlab3d 

Artifactvis2


VIRTUAL MUSEUMS 

Virtual Museum demonstrator

Tangible geographical interface

Monte Michele

Nantes

Smart Architectural Models

HERITOUCH

Acropolis (CHESS)

Singosari

Reenchant Historical Heritage

Techcoltour

Stolac

Virtual Aquileia


EDUTAINMENT 

Excavate and Learn

Fort Ross

Imago Bononiae and Apa Game


ART AND CREATIVITY

Virtual Mauer

Raffaello Madonna of the Goldfinch

Pureland

Art Science


MULTIVISION 

Mochica

Siracusa 3d

Chavin Perù

Marq

From Villefranche to Marseille

Giza (by virtualware)

Facsimile


Thursday October 31, 2013 12:00pm - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Plateau Expo

2:00pm

Cultural Visit

In order to support interaction with colleagues, there are cultural tours on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons

CityPass 48H 
Wednesday October 30th and Thursday October 31th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

Pôle ICP (Arles)
Organized visit on Wednesday October 30th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

MMSH (Aix-en-Provence)
Organized visit on Wednesday October 30th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)

CICRP (Marseille)
Organized visit on Thursday October 31th (included in Full Registration and Student Registration)



Thursday October 31, 2013 2:00pm - 7:00pm
(as listed)

7:00pm

Gala Dinner
The DigitalHeritage 2013 Gala Dinner will take place in the « Palais de la Bourse », situated on Canebière, right in the heart of Marseille. Tickets are required at the door (single ticket included with each full registration).

The Palais de la Bourse, a 19th-century building, houses the Chamber of commerce, the first such institution in France. It also contains a small museum, charting the maritime and commercial history of Marseille, as well as a separate collection of ships models.The palace was designed by architect Pascal Coste for Napoleon III. The facade of the spectacular Palais de la Bourse exhibits a beautiful array of sculptures, made to commemorate the Golden age of commerce and navigation in Marseille. This palace is one of the most beautiful buildings in Marseille and a must see destination for anyone traveling to Marseille.

For more information : http://www.digitalheritage2013.org/gala-dinner/

Thursday October 31, 2013 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Palais de la Bourse 9, La Canebière 13001 Marseille France
 
Friday, November 1
 

8:00am

Registration
Friday November 1, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
(as listed)

9:00am

Young Innovator - Tim Zaman

Moving Towards The Ultimate Reproduction - Scanning And Printing of Paintings in High Resolution, Full-Color 3-D.

Paintings are versatile near-planar objects with material characteristics that vary widely. The fact that like sculptures, paint itself also has an important material presence is often overlooked. This is because we have become used to enjoying these artworks through two dimensional media like prints and computer screens. The capture of the topography of the paint in 3-D is not only interesting for study, restoration and conservation, but it also facilitates making three dimensional reproductions through state-of-the-art 3-D printing methods. The design of a 3-D imaging device for paintings is challenging because of their varying material characteristics and subtle depth difference as opposed to the size of the canvas. No single imaging method is ideally suited for this task and each have specific drawbacks. 

We propose a hybrid design consisting out of normal studio equipment, where stereo imaging (two cameras) is aided by the fringe projection technique (1 projector). Fringe projection is aided by sparse stereo matching to serve as an image encoder. The encoded images then aid the stereo cameras triangulate each pixel they observe. In this manner, we simultaneously capture both the color and depth, yielding perfect image registration. Through high-end camera's, special lenses and filters we capture a surface area of 170 square centimeters per capture with an in-plane effective resolution of 50 micron and a depth precision of 9 micron. Semi-automated positioning makes the capture possible of paintings like the 2 square meter big Jewish Bride by Rembrandt, yielding a billion points point-cloud, all labeled with their correct color. Another self-portrait by Rembrandt and work of Van Gogh were also captured to test the performance of the system.

This data is then immediately ready for 3-D printing (the easiest way to visualize huge 3-D models). This was done through a specialized high resolution full color 3-D printer, yielding a very convincing reproduction by accurately portraying the topography.


Speakers
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Tim Zaman

PhD student, Delft University of Technology
Tim Zaman (1988) received his BSc degree in mechanical engineering and a MSc degree in biorobotics from the Delft University of Technology, where he specialized in computer vision. For his thesis he developed a 3D scanner for paintings that simultaneously captures color and topography. This scanner has recently been used to replicate the (2 square metre big) Jewish Bride by Rembrandt yielding a 3D pointcloud containing over a billion points. He... Read More →


Friday November 1, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

9:00am

SE - Museum & Technology
Museum & Technology Special Session
Chair: Wim Hupperetz, dir. Allard Pierson Museum, V-MUST.NET

9:00 – 9:20

Introduction: Integrating (virtual) museum technology into the curatorial  practice
W. Hupperetz

9:20 – 9:45
Rethinking the Virtual Museum FP 48 t3    
S. Hermon, S. Hazan                           

9:45 – 10:00
Suggestion of RFID Technology for Tracking Museum Objects in Turkey  - SP 420 t6
Hakan Melih Aygün, Nurdan Atalan Çayırezmez and Levent Boz 

10:00 – 10:20  
The Last Supper Interactive. Stereoscopic and ultra-high resolution 4K 3D HD for immersive real-time virtual narrative in Italian Renaissance Art - FP 8 t6
F. Fischnaller 

10:20 – 10:40
Design and use of CALM : an ubiquitous environment for learning guidance during museum visit - FP 475 t2
P.-Y. Gicquel, D. Lenne, C. Moulin 

10:40 – 11:00
The Etruscanning Project: gesture-based interaction and user experience in the virtual reconstruction of the Regolini Galassi tomb - FP 104 t2
E. Pietroni, A. Pagano, C. Rufa

 

11:00 – 11:20 coffee break

 

11:20 – 11:40
The Etruscan grave n.5 of Monte Michele in Veii: from digital documentation to virtual reconstruction and communication - FP 126 t1 + exhibit
A. Adami, C. Capurro, E. Pietroni, D. Pletinckx 

11:40 – 12:00
Flying a drone in a museum, an augmented-reality cultural serious game in Provence -  FP 270 t6 
S. Thon, D. Serena, C. Salvetat, F. Lacotte

12:00 – 12:20
Smart architectural models: spatial projection based augmented mock-up - FP 333 t2 + exhibit
D. Rossi 

12:20 - 13:00
A digital look at physical museum exhibits - Designing personalized Stories with handheld Augmented Reality in Museums - SP 211 t2 + exhibit
J. Keil, L. Pujol, T. Engelke, M. Schmitt 

 

Lunch

 

14:00 – 14:15
"Excavate and Learn": Enhance Visitor’s Experience with Touch and NFC - SP 178 t6 + exhibit
E. Di Rosa, F. Benente

14:15 – 14:35
The reconstructive study of Greek colony of Syracuse in a 3d stereoscopic movie for tourists and scholars - FP 143 t6 + exhibit         
F. Gabellone, D. Tanasi, I. Ferrari

14:35 – 14:50
Towards an Integrative approach to Interactive Museum Installations - SP 107 t6
C. A. RayM. van der Vaart 

14:50 – 15:00
A Piece of Peace in sWARajevo -The Craft of Locally and Globally Interesting Stories for Virtual Museums - P 431 t6 
Selma Rizvic, Andrej Ferko, Aida Sadzak

15:00 – 15:15
Home, sense of place and visitors’ interpretation of digital cultural immersive experiences in museums - SP 338 t3
P. Schettino

15:15 – 15:30
X3D/X3DOM, Blender Game Engine and Osg4Web: open source visualisation of queryable cultural heritage virtual environments. Opportunities and shortcomings -  FP 66 t2
A. Baglivo, F. Delli Ponti, D. De Luca, B. Fanini, A. Guidazzoli, M. C. Liguori

15:30 – 15:50
Distributed 3D Model Optimization for the Web with the Common Implementation Framework for Online Virtual Museums - FP 320 t6  + exhibit
A. Aderhold, K. Wilkosinska, Y. Jung, D. Fellner

 

15:50 – 16:10  Coffee break


Moderators
avatar for Wim Hupperetz

Wim Hupperetz

University of Amsterdam - Allard Pierson Museum

Speakers
AA

Andrea Adami

DH2013 Exhibition staff, CNR-ITABC
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Carlotta Capurro

Visual Dimension bvba
NA

Nurdan Atalan cayirezmez

Ministry of Culture and Tourism
FF

Franz Fischnaller

CHERCHEUR, FABRICATORS
avatar for Francesco Gabellone

Francesco Gabellone

Researcher, National Research Council - IBAM, Italy
Researcher, Architect at IBAM-CNR - Lecce (ITA) | Adjunct professor in Digital Restoration at Academy of Fine Arts - Lecce (ITA). Is the founder and scientific responsible of Information Technologies Lab (IBAM ITLab). Main research activity: knowledge, enhancement and enjoyment of Cultural Heritage through the use of information technologies and Virtual Reality.
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Susan Hazan

Curator of New Media, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
You are invited for tea ...
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
YJ

Yvonne Jung

Senior Researcher, Fraunhofer IGD
JK

Jens Keil

Researcher, Fraunhofer IGD
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Françoise Lacotte

Project Manager, Pôle industries culturelles & patrimoines
The Heritage Cluster is a French competitiveness Cluster founded in 2007 in Arles (France) and dedicated to the promotion of culture and heritage. The Cluster brings together more than a hundred companies, organizations, foundations, R&D laboratories, training and resources centers mainly situated in Provence and involved in: preserving, restoring, and promoting heritage, whether it is natural, built, cultural (movable) or intangible.
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Dominique Lenne

Université de Technologie de Compiègne
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Alfonsina Pagano

CNR - Grant Holder, CNR-ITABC
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Eva Pietroni

Researcher co-responsible VHlab, CNR
Eva Pietroni Art historian and a musician, researcher specialized in conservation and communication of Cultural Heritage at the Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage in Rome, Italy. Project coordinator for cross-disciplinary projects at national and international level. . Responsible and co-director of the Virtual Heritage Lab of CNR ITABC (www.vhlab.itabc.cnr.it) Eva's field of expertise relates to: Virtual Heritage... Read More →
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Christie Ray

Allard Pierson Museum
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Selma Rizvic

Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo
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Daniele Rossi

University of Camerino
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Patrizia Schettino

Università della Svizzera italiana
I am researcher on immersive technologies for cultural heritage, a digital storyteller and a digital media designer.
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Merel Van der vaart

PhD Researcher, Allard Pierson Museum / University of Amsterdam
I regard the museum as an intermediary between visitor and object, facilitating interaction, exploration and learning. I see on-gallery and online visits (including the use of social & new media) as equally valuable opportunities for engagement, learning and dialogue. | | My MA dissertation focused on the impact of on-gallery interactives on social interaction among visitors. | | I am currently working at the Allard Pierson Museum where... Read More →


Friday November 1, 2013 9:00am - 3:50pm
MuCEM - VIP Room

9:00am

Digital Heritage Expo

DigitalHeritageExpo is the largest exhibition on Digital Heritage ever organised. Spread over more than 700 sqm of space, the exhibition is divided into 6 unique categories: Immersive Environments, DigitalHeritage @ Work, Virtual Museums, Edutainment, Art and Creativity, Multivision. 

Supported by BMTA’s Archeovirtual and ETH’s Digital Art Weeks, the Expo is hosted in the astonishing location of the Villa Mediterranée in Marseille from the 28th of October until the 1st of November 2013. Selected by a Program Committee composed of Arts, Heritage and Information and Communication Technologies experts, the best exhibitions proposals not only be accessible for hundreds of participants of the DigitalHeritage2013 International Congress, but will also for the thousands of visitors that the new waterfront museum area has been attracting to its exhibits. Visitors to the exhibition will travel through time and space, reaching diverse countries from around the world from Jordan to Indonesia, from China to America, from Spain to Island, covering an historical timespan of over 5000 years, the exhibitions lets visitors explore archaeological sites and monuments, get immersed in musical environments and enter virtual artworks, listen to stories from our past, interact with a wide range of digital heritage and science applications using hands, bodies, heads, brains, and finally to connect “digital” with “heritage” and to see how creativity takes one to new future perspectives.

Organized by CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) on behalf of the MAP Laboratory and local research institutions Provence (Aix-Marseille University, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, CICRP, School of Architecture and INRIA Méditerranée) and by CNR ITABC (Italian National Research Council, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), in cooperation with ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).

Supported by Archeovirtual and Digital Art Weeks
Sponsored by  Digital Projection


OPENING TIMES 

Friday, november 1 : 
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. / only for congress attendees
12 p.m. to 7 p.m. / free admission


IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Cubiculum musicae ‎ 

i-treasure ‎ 

Paris and Giza 3d ‎

DIGITALHERITAGE @ WORK

Cutlab3d 

Artifactvis2


VIRTUAL MUSEUMS 

Virtual Museum demonstrator

Tangible geographical interface

Monte Michele

Nantes

Smart Architectural Models

HERITOUCH

Acropolis (CHESS)

Singosari

Reenchant Historical Heritage

Techcoltour

Stolac

Virtual Aquileia


EDUTAINMENT 

Excavate and Learn

Fort Ross

Imago Bononiae and Apa Game


ART AND CREATIVITY

Virtual Mauer

Raffaello Madonna of the Goldfinch

Pureland

Art Science


MULTIVISION 

Mochica

Siracusa 3d

Chavin Perù

Marq

From Villefranche to Marseille

Giza (by virtualware)

Facsimile


Friday November 1, 2013 9:00am - 7:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Plateau Expo

10:00am

T1 fp 2 - Beyond the visible spectrum
10:00 - 10:20
188 - Jan Blažek, Jindřich Soukup, Tomáš Tichý, Barbara Zitova, Janka Hradilová and Jan Flusser
Low-cost mobile system for multispectral cultural heritage data acquisition

10:20 - 10:40
205 - Kaori Fukunaga, Tyler Meldrum, Wasif Zia, Misao Ohno, Takeshi Fuchida and Bernhard Bluemich
Nondestructive Investigation of the Internal Structure of Fresco Paintings

10:40 - 11:00
305 - Corinna Ludovica Koch Dandolo and Peter Uhd Jepsen
Characterization of European Lacquers by terahertz (THz) reflectometric imaging

Moderators
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Jean-Marc Vallet

DH2013 Local Board, Researcher, CICRP

Speakers
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Corinna Ludovica Koch dandolo

Denmark, DTU Fotonik
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Kaori Fukunaga

Research Manager, National Institute of ICT
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Jindrich Soukup

ÚTIA, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic


Friday November 1, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

10:00am

W 302 - User-generated content in museums & memory institutions

Strategies for user generated content and crowdsourcing in museums and cultural heritage

Lars Wieneke, Susan Hazan, Nikolaos Maniatis, Ad Pollé, Marie-Hélène Serra, Christine Sauter, Stuart Dunn, James Brusuelas, Erwin Verbruggen, Roei Amit, Marion Dupeyrat and Christian Bajomi

User-generated content has become part and parcel of the mainstream Internet experience. Services like YouTube, Flickr or the Wikipedia provide platforms that encourage, enable and build on the creation of millions of users. Today, museums and memory institutions actively explore the inherent potential of user-generated content both to collect and share content with and from their audiences but also as a new tool for museum mediation.

This workshop aims at bringing together the dispersed knowledge of practitioners from the digital heritage community as well as researchers from neighboring disciplines to exchange best practices in engaging audiences, managing contributions and creating sustainable platforms for user-generated content. 


 Agenda

Presentations are 15 min followed by 5 min q&a

10:00 Introduction (10 min)

10:10 Stuart Dunn: An emerging field: defining the fundamentals of humanities crowdsourcing

10:30 James Brusuelas : Ancient Lives

10:50 Erwin Verbruggen: Waisda Making videos findable with Crowdsourced annotations

11:10 N.N: Legal aspects of UGC

11:30 Coffee break

12:00 Cristine Sauter: Results of the Europeana taskforce

12:20 Ad Pollé: Europeana 1914-18

12:40 Ad Pollé: Europeana 1989

13:00 Roei Amit: "Engage the exhibitions audience with the use of photography", Case studies around several events (Dynamo, Grand Atelier du midi and Braque exhibitions)

13:20. Marion Dupeyrat: Interacting with audiences: overview of participatory practices implemented by memory institutions

13:40 Conclusion and final discussion

Moderators
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Susan Hazan

Curator of New Media, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
You are invited for tea ...

Speakers
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James Brusuelas

CHERCHEUR, University of Oxford
Researcher in Digital Philology and Classics for the  University of Oxford.  His research is focused on Greek Literature, Papyrology, Ancient Comedy and Digital Humanities.  As a founding member of the “Ancient Lives” project, which crowd-sources the transcription of ancient Greek papyrus fragments, Dr. Brusuelas is responsible for working with computer scientists on integrating the methodologies of computer science and... Read More →
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Erwin Verbruggen

Project lead, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision


Friday November 1, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room F

10:00am

Tu 208 - Adventures in Embodiment ...

Adventures in Embodiment: Panoramic, Panoptic & Hemispheric Immersion
Sarah Kenderdine

This workshop invites attendees to explore and evaluate a series of cultural heritage experiences developed for nine large-scale digital immersive, interactive, visualization systems. Dr. Sarah Kenderdine is Director of Research at the Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE) an interdisciplinary research initiative, City University of Hong Kong. She will introduce and describe the content production for both panoramic, panoptic, hemispheric, linear and augmented viewing paradigms including:  

- Interactive 3D panoramic 360-degree and wide screen displays (PLACE; AVIE; CLOUD) 

- Hemispherical domes (Dome; iDome) 

- Panoptic hexagonal and octagonal viewing systems (Re-Actor; The Virtual Room) 

- Linear navigators 

- Augmented reality 

These platforms offer new paradigms for creating access to cultural heritage archives as embodied museum experiences. 

 PRIMARY LINK: http://alive.scm.cityu.edu.hk/projects 

 Examples discussed will include: 

1. Pure Land: Inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang (2012), a project in collaboration with the Dunhuang Academy has been described as “the exhibition experience of the future” by Julian Raby, director of the Smithsonian’s Freer & Sacker galleries. Philip Kennicott for the Washington Post (Nov 30, 2012) wrote, “. . . at last we have a virtual reality system that is worthy of inclusion in a museum devoted to the real stuff of art.” <http://alive.scm.cityu.edu.hk/projects/alive/pure-land-inside-the-mogao-grottoes-at-dunhuang-2012/> 

2. ECLOUD WW1 (2012), a 3D interactive archive unleashes the potential of Internet data for situated museums experiences using the crowd-sourced data from Europeana’s 1914-1918 projects <http://alive.scm.cityu.edu.hk/projects/alive/ecloud-2012/> 

3. PLACE-Hampi (2006) and the Museum at Kaladham (2012) recently received the International Council of Museums (Australia) Award 2013 for International relations. A PDF description of the works 

http://icom.org.au/userfiles/file/Activities/IAAIR/2013%20IAAIR%20Testimony-MoV%20JSWF-2.pdf 

4. Museum Victoria’s WILD panoramic navigators received the MUSE award in 2010 < http://museumvictoria.com.au/melbournemuseum/discoverycentre/wild/virtual-exhibition/>; and the 360-degree 3D system showing Dynamic Earth received the MUSE Award 2011 < http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/media-centre/media-releases/archive/museum-victoria-wins-gold-in-houston/>. 

Participants will learn how to work with scientific, natural and cultural collections, archaeological documentation, panoramic photographic and video recordings, ambisonic acoustic data, high resolution optical scans and web-based archives—to create transformative museum experiences. 


Moderators
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Sarah Kenderdine

Director, Centre for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (iGLAM), City University of Hong Kong

Friday November 1, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room E

10:00am

SE - EU Projects

EU projects - sharing knowledge in an European context 
Sorin Hermon

The aim of the session is to find common paths of interaction among major EU funded projects on Cultural Heritage. Representatives of projects covering a wide range of interests, such as virtual museums, digital libraries, archaeological research, epigraphy and recent history, representing major EU funding programs such as FP7-IST, Culture and Education or CIP, etc. 

Discussion will focus on defining a common research agenda, shared information on activities, joint organization of events, summer schools and training courses and dissemination activities. 

Projects presented at the meeting:
v-must, eagle, archaeolandscapes, athena plus, 3dicons, europeana photography, 3nCult, emap, LoCloud 


Moderators
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??

Friday November 1, 2013 10:00am - 3:50pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room C

10:00am

Tu 158 - WebApp Development ...

WebApp Development for Enhanced Cultural Heritage Experience through mobile Augmented Reality
Timo Engelke and Jens Keil

The use of mobile devices in cultural heritage is still a new field of research, while the amount of potential applications grows from day to day. Due to the enormous increase of technological capabilities, mobile devices are suitable for performing Augmented Reality in cultural heritage applications.
During the last 10 years, Fraunhofer IGD has developed the mobile application framework “instantAR” for iOS and Android devices enabling high-level development of Augmented Reality solutions. It provides an efficient environment for the development of AR applications on mobile devices based on common standards like HTML, Javascript and X3D. While providing convenient interfaces and abstractions it maintains great flexibility in order to also realise advanced interaction paradigms for AR.
The full day tutorial will introduce into the concepts of the "instantAR" framework, its provided development environment, discuss the possibilities for deploying standards in AR-Systems, demonstrate its capabilities and present the full range of potentials for a deployment in research and commercial environments targeting diverse stakeholders in the cultural heritage domain. Attendees will learn basics and advanced solutions for tracking technologies, how to use them and add advanced interaction capabilities supporting not only single- but also multi-touch gestures in order to create a higher user experience. The authoring environment will provide an ideal platform to integrate several technological building blocks into one coherent application by allowing an integration of user driven content.
The target audience is not restricted to research and development but also addresses designers, web developers, education, curatorship and managers of cultural heritage institutions. 


Moderators
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Jens Keil

Researcher, Fraunhofer IGD

Friday November 1, 2013 10:00am - 3:50pm
 Fort Saint-Jean - Room D

11:00am

Coffee Breaks
Friday November 1, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

11:20am

T1 fp 3 - Applications
11:20 - 11:40
294 - Pierre Drap, Djamel Merad, Julien Seinturier, Amine Mahiddine, Daniela Peloso, Jean-Marc Boi, Luc Long and Joaquim Garrabou
Underwater photogrammetry for archaeology and marine biology.40 years of experience in Marseille, France

11:40 - 12:00
381 - Fabio Bruno, Alessandro Gallo, Francesco De Filippo, Maurizio Muzzupappa, Barbara Davidde and Paolo Caputo
3D documentation and monitoring of the experimental cleaning operations in the underwater archaeological site of Baia (Italy)

12:00 - 12:20
226 - Adriana Bandiera, Cristiano Alfonso, Rita Auriemma and Maurizio Di Bartolo
Monitoring and conservation of archaeological wooden elements from ship wrecks using 3D digital imaging

12:20 - 12:40
548 - Antonella Versaci and Alessio Cardaci
Cutting-edge technologies for the survey and documentation of cultural heritage: the case study of the architectural-archaeological area of Aruch in Armenia

12:40 - 13:00
446 - Antonio Martos and Bernardino Ruiz 
Realistic Virtual Reproductions. Image-based modelling of geometry and appearance


Moderators
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Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →

Speakers
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Adriana Bandiera

Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento
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Fabio Bruno

Associate Professor, Università della Calabria
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Pierre Drap

CHERCHEUR, LSIS umr 7296 CNRS
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Antonio Martos de la torre

R&D Manager, Advision
Physicist specialized in optics, photogrammetry, computer graphics and inverse image formation processes such as camera calibration, structure from motion, photometric stereo, BRDF/BSDF characterization, etc. Applied researcher in the field of three-dimensional computer vision systems, photogrammetry, and specialized machine vision applications.
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Antonella Versaci

Assistant Professor, KORE University of Enna


Friday November 1, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

11:20am

T3 fp 4 - Analysis for interpretation and reconstruction
11:20 - 11:40
92 - Chen Kim Lim, Marie-Paule Cani, Quentin Galvane, Julien Pettre and Abdullah Zawawi Talib
Simulation of Past Life: Controlling Agent Behaviors from the Interactions between Ethnic Groups

11:40 - 12:00
315 - Paul Thompson, Raheel Nawaz, Ioannis Korkontzelos and Sophia Ananiadou
News Search Using Discourse Analytics

12:00 - 12:20
82 - Ruggero Pintus, Ying Yang and Holly Rushmeier
ATHENA: Automatic Text Height ExtractioN for the Analysis of old handwritten manuscripts

12:20 - 12:40
390 - Herminia Din, Fang-Yin Lin and Darrell Bailey
New Media Technology and Interpretation of Asian Art: Yuan Ming Yuan: Qing Emperors' Splendid Gardens

12:40 - 13:00
454 - Nicolò Dell'Unto, Daniele Ferdani, Anne Marie Leander, Matteo Dellepiane, Marco Callieri and Stefan Lindgren
Digital reconstruction and visualization in archaeology. Case-study drawn from the work of the Swedish Pompeii Project

Moderators
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Lisa Fischer

Director of the Digital History Center, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Speakers
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Sophia Ananiadou

Director, National Centre for Text Mining, University of Manchester
I am a Professor of Computer Science in the School of Computer Science, University of Manchester and have led the National Centre for Text Mining (www.nactem.ac.uk) since 2007. My main areas of research are semantic text mining and semantic search techniques for applications in domains such as systems biology, public health, chemistry and social sciences. I am also involved in developing large-scale resources (terminological resources and... Read More →
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Chen Kim Lim

INRIA GRENOBLE Rhône-Alpes
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Fang-Yin Lin

Erica Lee
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Holly Rushmeier

Yale University
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Nicolo Dell unto

Associate Professor, Lund University


Friday November 1, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Auditorium

11:20am

T6 p 2 - Posters session 2
299 - Gian Marco Girgenti and Giuliana Campanella 
PALERMO: VIRTUAL URBAN RECONFIGURATION OF SOME ANCIENT SQUARES AND QUARTERS 

341 - Pedro Aibeo, João Lopes and Jerónimo Botelho 
NU Porto: a digital tool to enable citizens to visualize the intangible heritage beyond the building’s facades

356 - Alessandra Avanzini and Annamaria De Santis
Digital collections, online Exhibitions and Virtual Museums in the MEDINA Project 

400 - Silvia Calamai, Francesca Biliotti, Pier Marco Bertinetto, Chiara Bertini, Irene Ricci, Luca Pesini, Gianfranco Scuotri, Federica Bressan, Cristina Bertoncin and Valentina Lapiccirella Zingari 
The Gra.fo sound archive: architecture, methods and purpose

410 - Elizabeth Goins 
Pox and the City: A Social History Game 

430 - Eiman Elgewely, Walaa Sheta and Medhat Metwalli 
Virtual Cultural Gates: Exploring Cyberspace Potentials for a Creative Cultural Heritage (An Experimental Design Approach for the on-line 3D Virtual Environments) 

431 - Selma Rizvic, Andrej Ferko, Aida Sadzak, Elisa Bonacini, Theofanis Karafotias, Maryam Jodeirie Rajaie, Linde Egberts, Zina Ruzdic, Belma Ramic Brkic, Isidora Stankovic, Milena Gnjatovic, Snezana Nenezic, Mascha Bom, Sanda Sljivo, Haris Dervisevic, Marija Segan and Nadya Stamatova 
A Piece of Peace in sWARajevo - The Craft of Locally and Globally Interesting Stories for Virtual Museums 

458 - Tigin Töre and Evrim Özkan Töre 
DOCUMENTING “MEANING”: A PARTICIPANT MODEL FOR TANGIBLE HERITAGE DOCUMENTATION BY SOCIAL MEDIA

504 - Samir Bhowmik 
The Parametric Museum: Combining Building Information Modeling, 3D Projection Mapping with a Community’s Digital Collections for Cultural Heritage Museums 

505 - Shuchen Wang 
Distributed Mobile Guide Application Platform: a basic concept design for medium-small sized museums in Finland 

517 - Laura Michel, Xavier Brunetaud, Muzahim Al Mukhtar and Benoit Coignard 
Digital reconstruction of sculptures for the simulation 

526 - Laurier Turgeon, François Côté and Alain Massé 
From Multimedia to Transmedia Experiences in the Interpretation of Heritage: The Mobile Application of Quebec City’s Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage 

553 - Martin De Graaf, Anaïs De Graaf and Gwenola Graff 
Gigapixel and virtual reality for scientists 

560 - Livio Sacchi 
A critical survey and a design proposal for Al Balad, the Historic District of Jeddah, KSA 

568 - Anna Santi
Digital archives: fostering and enhancing the architectural heritage knowledge 

575 - Margherita Russo, Ruchira Ghose and Mauro Mattioli 
Homm-sw: Networks-of-stories to value tangible and intangible heritage in museum 

587 - Martin Schaich, Sue Cobb, Frederick Baker, Markus Seidl, Bernd Fröhlich, Horst Bischof and Tiziana Cittadini 
3D-PITOTI

Speakers
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Pedro Aibeo

Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
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Samir Bhowmik

Researcher, Media Lab - Aalto University
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Silvia Calamai

Università degli Studi di Siena
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Eiman Elgewely

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University
Dr Eiman Elgewely is a Fulbright alumna and Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Dr Elgewely achieved her Ph.D. from Alexandria University in 2011 in the field of virtual and Cyberspace design. She worked in several projects in the field of Digital Cultural Heritage in Egypt since 2007, including 3D scanning, documentation and virtual reconstruction of historical sites in collaboration... Read More →
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Gian marco Girgenti

Università di Palermo- Dipartimento di Architettura
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Elizabeth Goins

Associate Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Anaïs De graaf

France, De Graaf Photos
My work as a photographer is my passion. | | Through my picture, I try to give a second life to forgotten or hidden beauties. | This has led me in many places, with always new challenges that are really worth it.
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Martin De graaf

France, De Graaf Photos
I am passionated about photography and exploration. | | Through a unique approach in France, combining photography, heritage, urban planning and mountaineering, I photograph places, such as cities, from the most unique view-points. | | Far from the clichés and corny postcards, my art project, Extraordinary Urban, pushes me through the different strata of the city, from basements to roves, to reveal the hidden beauty of the out-of-reach... Read More →
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Alain Masse

Idéeclic
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Selma Rizvic

Associate Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo
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Margherita Russo

Full Professor In Economic Policy, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia - Italy
I am interested in local development, innovation and regeneration of competence networks in SMEs production systems: these are my fields of teaching and research (both in theroy and applied research). | A complementary field is enhancing an active knowldge of the local context (economy and society) in a global perspective: this is the action research programm of OFFICINA EMILIA, by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia... Read More →
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Anna Santi

Politecnico di Milano - Diparttimento di Design
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Annamaria De santis

University of Pisa, Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sap
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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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Tigin Töre

Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University
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Shuchen Wang

Aalto University


Friday November 1, 2013 11:20am - 1:00pm
MuCEM - Forum

1:00pm

Buffet Lunch
Friday November 1, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
(as listed)
  • Where under the Big Top in the plaza

2:00pm

T3 sp 4 - Interpretation for CH management
14:00 - 14:15
337 - Stephen Fai and Mikael Sydor
Building Information Modelling and the Documentation of Architectural Heritage: between the ‘typical’ and the ‘specific’

14:15 - 14:30
432 - Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Juan Antonio Barceló, Rafel Rosillo and Antoni Palomo
Linking 3D Digital Surface Texture Data with Ancient Manufacturing Procedures

14:30 - 14:45
434 - Nazrita Ibrahim and Khairul Azhar Azmi
Preserving Malay Architectural Heritage through Virtual Reconstruction

14:45 - 15:00
449 Uros Damnjanovic, Sorin Hermon and Giancarlo Iannone
Documentation of decision-making process in the analysis of digital heritage objects

Moderators
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Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →

Speakers
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Vera Moitinho de Almeida

Postdoc Researcher, STARC-CyI; LAQU-UAB
Vera Moitinho de Almeida is a post-doctoral fellow at STARC-CyI and is affiliated to LAQU-UAB. She obtained her Ph.D. from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), focusing on technological and functional analysis of archaeological objects, using 3D models and Reverse Engineering processes. She has a M.Sc. in Prehistoric Archaeology (UAB), an interdisciplinary M.Sc. in Multimedia Technologies (University of Oporto), and a BA in Fine Arts... Read More →
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Sorin HERMON

assistant professor, The Cyprus Institute
i shared with an angel the last drop of Mozi's earthly life.. may his journey to eternity will be full of adventures and happiness | | self advertising ??
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Nazrita Ibrahim

Universiti Tenaga Nasional
MS

Mikael Sydor

Carleton Immersive Media Studio


Friday November 1, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room B

2:00pm

T1 fp 4 - Best Practices
14:00 - 14:22
414 - Fabio Remondino, Fabio Menna, Anestis Koutsoudis, Christos Chamzas and Sabry El-Hakim
Design and implement a reality-based 3D digitisation and modelling project

14:22 - 14:44
54 - Eleni Athanasiou, Marina Faka, Sorin Hermon, Valentina Vassallo and Kyriaki Yakoupi
3D documentation of Cultural Heritage artefacts: from data acquisition to virtual conservation and restoration

14:44 - 15:06
269 - Anna Maria Manferdini and Michele Russo
Multi-scalar 3D digitization of Cultural Heritage using a low-cost integrated approach

15:06 - 15:28
436 - Adriana Bandiera, Paul Arthur, Marco Leo Imperiale, Alfonso Maffezzoli, Mariaenrica Frigione, Francesco Montagna and Grazia Maria Signore
Replicating perishable artefacts. A project for analysis and exhibition of Early Medieval objects from the Byzantine village at Scorpo (Supersano, Italy)

15:28 - 15:50
213 - Maurizio Muzzupappa, Alessandro Gallo, Francesco Spadafora, Felix Manfredi, Fabio Bruno and Antonio La Marca 
3D Reconstruction of an outdoor archaeological site through a multi-view stereo technique 

Moderators
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Michele Russo

Researcher, Design Department, Politecnico di Milano
Michele Russo received a MS Degree in Architecture in 2002 and a PhD Degree in 2007, actually he is employed as Research Fellow at Design Department, Politecnico of Milano, working in 3D Imaging field applied to Industrial Design, Nautical Science, Cultural Heritage and Metrology. | In the nearly past he was involved in international research projects like “Rome Reborn” and 3D Acquisition and Modeling of POMPEII Forum, nowadays he works... Read More →

Speakers
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Adriana Bandiera

Coordinamento SIBA - University of Salento
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Alessandro Gallo

Università della Calabria
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Anna Maria Manferdini

Assistant Professor, University of Bologna - Department of Architecture
Assistant Professor, graduated in Building Engineering at the Engineering Faculty of Bologna. Ph. D. in Civil Engineering and Architecture, awarded a research grant in the field of representation in order to create multimedia archives to manage architectural heritage. | Her research focuses on the potentialities offered by digital technologies to the enlargement of knowledge and to communication through a multi-scalar approach. In particular... Read More →
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Fabio Remondino

Head of research unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research interests are in the field of reality-based surveying and 3D modeling for heritage documentation, digital preservation, monitoring, replica, animation... Read More →
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Valentina Vassallo

The Cyprus Institute
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Kyriaki Yiakoupi

Research Technical Assistant, The Cyprus Institute, STARC
Kyriaki Yiakoupi joined the CyI in November 2011 as Research Technical Assistant for STARC. She holds an MA in Conservation Studies (Historic Buildings) from the University of York, UK, 2011 and BA (Hons) in Interior Design from the University of Wolverhampton, UK, 2010. Kyriaki has participated in several international multidisciplinary projects with expeditions to develop her skills in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. | Kyriaki's main... Read More →


Friday November 1, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre

2:00pm

T4 sp - Methodologies & Projects
14:00 - 14:12
64 - Harold Thwaites
Aligning Values? Heritage, Culture & Tourism in the Digital Era

14:12 - 14:24
67 - Elena Christophorou, Sorin Hermon, Franco Niccolucci and Valentina Vassallo
Revealing cross-disciplinary information through formal knowledge representation – a proposed Metadata for ancient Cypriot inscriptions

14:24 - 14:36
130 - Emma Maglio
Venetian rural mansions in Crete: the sample of Trevisan villa. Traditional and digital strategies for a heritage at risk 

14:36 - 14:48
204 - Erik Buelinckx
Digitizing Photographic Archives: Project-linked Opportunities and Pitfalls


14:48 - 15:00
383 - Marc Grellert and Mieke Pfarr-Harfst
25 Years Virtual Reconstructions - Actual challenges and the come back of physical models

15:00 - 15:13
389 - Ellen Janssens, Hans van der Linden and Bram Wiercx
www.immaterieelerfgoed.be - a platform for intangible cultural heritage in Flanders

15:13 - 15:26
510 - Franziska Haas
DRESDEN CITY MODELS On the interrelation of virtual reconstructions and the image of a city

15:26 - 15:38
569 - Michela Biancardi, Marzia Breda, Chiara Feriotto, Ursula Thun Hohenstein and Antonio Leonforte
Cloud computing for Cataloguing and valorization of the Cultural Heritage. Experimentation of the LiveBase platform for the fast development of cataloguing

Moderators
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Harold Thwaites

Director, Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation
Past VSMM President of 7 years. Originally from Canada, Concordia University for 31 years, now living and working in Malaysia. Leading 5 innovative digital heritage projects at CCCDI at University of Malaya.

Speakers
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Erik Buelinckx

Scientific Assistant, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage
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Chiara Feriotto

Quantility srl
MG

Marc Grellert

Senior Researcher, Fachgebiet Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie in der Architektur, TU Darmstadt
Dr.-Ing. Marc Grellert teaches in the Department Information and Communication Technology in Architecture at the Technical University of Darmstadt and is co-founder of the company Architectura Virtualis. The focus of his research and work are Virtual Reconstructions, remembrance and conveying of knowledge with the help of digital media as well as development and realization of installations and exhibits for museums.
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Franziska Haas

Germany, TU Dresden, IBAD
EJ

Ellen Janssens

Tapis plein vzw
EM

Emma Maglio

AMU University, LabexMed, LA3M
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Valentina Vassallo

The Cyprus Institute
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Bram Wiercx

information manager, FARO. Flemish interface centre for cultural heritage


Friday November 1, 2013 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Villa Mediterranee - Room A

3:50pm

Coffee Breaks
Friday November 1, 2013 3:50pm - 4:10pm
(as listed)
  • Where in Villa Méditerranée Agora, MuCEM Forum, and Fort Saint-Jean

4:10pm

Closing & Awards
Closing Ceremony and Presentation of Awards
  • Tartessos Prize
  • VSMM Society TAE Award
  • Best Papers
  • Best Student Papers 
  • Special Surprise
Join us for official closing of the Congress and a special surprise announcement

Moderators
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Alonzo C. Addison

President, VSMM
Technology Catalyst, Author, Professor, Entrepreneur. With senior leadership roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley and the University of California, Lon Addison has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, research, and management of information technology in heritage, culture & the arts, design & engineering, the environment and more.  An advisor to non-profits, technology ventures, and governments, he has... Read More →
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Livio De Luca

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, Director of the CNRS-MAP Laboratory, CNRS
Livio De Luca is director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) laboratory, a French research unit of the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the Ministry of Culture and Communication working on the application of informatics technologies for the study of architecture considered in its heritage, constructive, urban and landscape dimensions.  He received his PhD in engineering in 2006 at the... Read More →
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Sofia Pescarin

DigitalHeritage2013 General Co-Chair, CNR-ITABC
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage Lab (VHLab). At CNR she coordinates at national level a research unit dedicated to “Virtual Heritage: integrated digital technologies for the understanding... Read More →

Friday November 1, 2013 4:10pm - 5:00pm
Villa Mediterranee - Amphitheatre