Workshop 1 – More Than Basic Stratigraphic Recording – Putting Things Together Again
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany / Benjamin DUCKE, UK / Irmela HERZOG, Germany

Bruno DESACHY, France: Le Stratifiant: a simple tool for processing stratigraphic data
Wolfgang NEUBAUER / Christoph TRAXLER, Austria: The Harris Matrix Composer – A New Tool to Manage Archaeological Stratigraphy
Benjamin DUCKE, UK: Digital Represesentations of Stratigraphy
Dan STEFAN / Magdalena DUTESCU, Romania: Formal Stratigraphy – Depicting time (New layout for old sequences)
Irmela HERZOG, Germany: Stratigrapy goes 3D?
Anja GROTHE, Germany: The Wittstock mass grave – a specialised model of stratigraphy
Nicole EBINGER-RIST / Christina PEEK / Jörg STELZNER, Germany: 3D computer tomography, x-ray and conventional restoration of pre-medieval complexes – a comparison of methods on examples from Lauchheim, Ostalbkreis (Germany)

Workshop 2 – 3. Workshop Kirchlicher Kulturgüterschutz: „Paramente und Vasa sacra“
Chairs: Friedrich SCHIPPER / Walter LUKASEDER / Hiltigund SCHREIBER, Austria

Hiltigund SCHREIBER, Austria: Bedeutung der Paramente und Vasa sacra für die Katholische Kirche
Sr. M. Imelda RUF OSB, Austria: Paramente – Pflege, Erhaltung und fachgerechte Verwahrung
Katja SCHMITZ-von LEDEBUR, Austria: Deponierung und Ausstellung von Paramenten in der Schatzkammer des Kunsthistorischen Museums, Wien
Martin KLOBASSA, Austria: Kurze Einleitung zum Generalthema: Liturgische Geräte
Klaus BRENNER, Austria: Aufgaben und Ziele kirchlicher Inventarisierung
Elmar SCHALLERT, Austria: Der Aufbau einer Paramentensammlung in der Diözese Feldkirch
Anita GACH, Austria: Diebstahl, Beschädigung und Zerstörung von kirchlichem Kulturgut

Workshop 3 – Kulturportale im Internet
Chairs: Eugen SCHERER / Wolfgang BÖRNER, Austria

Gerda KOCH / Sigrid REINITZER, Austria: Die Projekte EDLocal und DIS – Beiträge zum Aufbau der Europäischen Digitalen Bibliothek
Walter LUKASEDER, Austria: Kirchliche Kulturportale im Internet
Karl HEINZ, Austria: Das Monasterium-Projekt
Wolfgang BÖRNER / Peter SCHEUCHEL, Austria: Ein Jahr Webportal „Wien Kulturgut“ – Ein Erfahrungsbericht.
Klaus KRAMER / Kirsten MÜLLNER, Austria: Vom Web-GIS-Portal Wien Kulturgut zu Umweltinteressen Wien – das Gleiche in Grün oder doch ganz anders?
Wolfgang JÖRG, Austria: GDI ViennaGIS – Geodateninfrastruktur der Stadt Wien
Thomas JÖCHLER / Robert SAUL, Austria: Barrierefreiheit auf Richtlinien und praktische Anwendungsbeispiele beim Internetauftritt der Stadt Wien
Helge FAHRNBERGER, Austria: Kartennutzung im touristischen Kontext, Open Content und Public Data
Andreas ENNIKL, Austria: Digitale Kulturatlas in Oberösterreich

Workshop 4 – Open Source GIS Tools for Archaeologists: The Bigger Picture
Chair: Benjamin DUCKE, UK

Workshop 5 – From drawing to GIS
Chairs: Willem BEEX / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

Workshop 6 – eXhibition:editor3D Design – Present – Educate – and forget about the technical stuff
Chairs: Christian DERLER / Robert MÖSTL / Sandra MURG, JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Institute of Information Systems & Information Management, Austria

Sessions Archaeology and Technologies

Opening Speech:
IT and IT-Education: a critical Evaluation” “We must try to find a new Answer in stead of Way”
Willem BEEX / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

GIS Monuments and Ruins from the Past – Revisiting GIS Studies Five Years Later
Chair: Irmela HERZOG, Germany

Ulrich RUOFF, Switzerland: GIS und prähistorische Pfahlbauten
Menne KOSIAN, The Netherlands: GISing dead-reckoning; historic maritime maps in GIS
Wouter BOASSON, The Netherlands: GIS – developments
M. ERDRICH / Rowin J. VAN LANEN / Benno C. RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: Modelling an historical landscape using GIS? Exploring Roman Stone quarrying and the cultural landscape in The Eifel (Germany).
Irmela HERZOG, Germany: Calculating Ridgeways – Today and in the Past
Dominik WESTERMANN, Germany: aSPECT3D 2008 – 3D GIS for Archaeologists, Conservators and Restorers

New Technologies for Documentation and Management in Cultural Heritage (CIPA-Session)
Chair: Michael DONEUS, Austria

Ladislav SMEJDA, Czech Republik: Modelling regional archaeological potential
Iman KULITZ / Peter FERSCHIN / Florian HOLLWEGER / Klaus KUHLMANN / Andreas JONAS, Germany / Austria: Documenting the Reconstruction Process with Google Earth. Reconstructing the Oracle Temple in Siwa, Egypt
Marcel TSCHANNERL / Michael SCHNEYDER, Austria: Der Stellenwert der digitalen Rekonstruktion für die Archäologie und benachbarte Disziplinen am Beispiel der Villa Urbana und der Therme im Archäologischen Park von Carnuntum.
Franz HUMER / Michael KLEIN / Michael PREGESBAUER / Günther WEINLINGER, Austria: Das digitale 3 dimensionale Fundstücke-Archiv des Archäologischen Parks Carnuntum
Gerald HIEBEL / Klaus HANKE, Austria: Web-GIS supported data management for the multidisciplinary Special Research Program HiMAT
Alessandro BEZZI / Luca BEZZI / Rupert GIETL / M. MARTINELLI, Italy: Open Source and Archaeology: the next level. Building and developing hardware projects
Laura SORO / Alessandro USAI, Italy: Between necessity and economy: the archaeological field excavation at Gribaia (Sardinia, Italy). A photogrammetry-solution to document a small archaeological heritage
Irmengard MAYER, Austria: 2d-texture builds 3d-geometry. New approaches in documenting early-Christian mural paintings at the Domitilla-Catacomb in Rome.
Doris EBERSTALLER-FLEISCHANDERL / Severin HOHENSINNER, Austria: Die Donau im Wandel der Zeit (1726-2001) – Ein flussmorphologischer Rückblick in zehn Zeitschritten
Branko MUŠIC / Franc DIMC / Radko OSREDKAR, Slovenia: An Integrated GPS and DR Positioning System Designed for Archaeogeophysical Kinematical Surveys
Martijn VAN LEUSEN, The Netherlands: Land Forms and Archaeology: some analytical techniques
Marina DÖRING-WILLIAMS / Robert KALASEK / B. THUSWALDNER, Austria: Das Oktogon in Ephesos

Workshop – Publishing “old” excavations with new technologies 4
Chairs: Willem BEEX, The Netherlands / Samuel PALEY, USA
Part I: What could be more basic than databases?

Valeriu SÎRBU / Magdalena DUTESCU / Dan STEFAN, Romania: Refining the past with the help of technology – the case of the Iron Age archaeological complex from Telita-Celic Dere at the Lower Danube
Raluca KOGALNICEANU, Romania: From material traces to interpretation, through databases
Alexandru MORINTZ, Romania: Spatial Databases – From 2D to 3D
Sarah J. SCOTT, USA: Adapting Databases: Problems and Solutions
Samuel M. PALEY, USA: Complex Databases, User Interfaces and Psychology: Where do we draw the line?

Part II: General Themes

Lukasz A. CZYZEWSKI, Poland: Bisnik Cave. Final project results. The idea of Open Archaeology in interdisciplinary projects
Hansjörg THALER, Italy: Basics aus Grumentum
Teodora TASHEVA / Mine YAR, Bulgaria / Turkey: The 3D Max presentation of Cuma Mosque’s Mural Paintings
Jari PAKKANEN, UK: Documentation and computer reconstruction strategies in the study of architecture at the sanctuary of Poseidon at Kalaureia, Greece
Menne KOSIAN, The Netherlands: Handling intangible data, reconstructing old landscapes by toponyms

Advanced Technologies in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Chair: Peter FERSCHIN, Austria

Filippo FANTINI / Michelangelo TIEFENTHALER, Italy: The use of laserscanner for analysis of a longobard burial
Michael DONEUS, Austria: Issues in Airborne Laserscanning
Claus SCHEIBLAUER, Austria: Domitilla catacomb walkthrough – dealing with more than 1 billion points
Robert KALASEK / Hubert MARA / Hans TAEUBER, Austria: Reading Weathered Ancient Laws in 3rd Dimension
Giorgio VERDIANI / Filippo FANTINI / Sergio DI TONDO, Italy: Investigations on some Villa Adriana’s vault systems using three dimensional digital survey
Branko MUŠIC / Femke MARTENS / Inge UYTTERHOEVEN / Veronique DE LAET / Jeroen POBLOME / Dominique SIMILOX-TOHON / Marc WAELKENS, Slovenia / Belgium: Geophysics, satelite imagery, urban survey and archaeological excavations – complementary contributions to reconstruct a past urban landscape: the case of Sagalassos (SW-Turkey)
Kerstin KOWARIK / Hans RESCHREITER / Gabriel WURZER / Ralf TOTSCHNIG / Andreas RAUSCH, Austria: Agent-Based Simulation of the Bronze-Age Salt-Mine in Hallstatt / Upper Austria

Sessions  Cultural Heritage

A Network of the Concerned. How to save your Cultural Heritage against all odds
Chair: Eugen SCHERER, Austria

Manfred HALVER, Austria: Funding opportunities for research in cultural heritage in the 7th EU Framework Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration
Barbara SCHWARZ, Austria: Safeguarding the successes of civil resistance – why the Wachau became part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list and was awarded with the European Diploma of Protected Areas by the Council of Europe
Wolfgang ZECHMEISTER, Austria: Protection of nature and cultural goal

Globalization (Mixed Session)
Chair: Marina DÖRING-WILLIAMS, Austria

Arleyn SIMON / Gerald FARIN / Christian LÜBKE / George INDRUSZEWSKI / Jeremy ROWE, USA / Germany: The Ceramic Technologies Digital Library (CTDL): 3rd Progress Report on the Internet-based Archive of 3D and 2D Ceramic Data from Central Europe
Cyril DWORSKY, Austria: Das Schattendasein der österreichischen Pfahlbauten. Ein Antrag zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe oder Was macht einen Pfahlbau in der Schweiz schützenswerter als einen in Österreich?
Ronald HOFSTÄTTER / Michael LISNER, Austria: Wenn Wissenschafter mit Kreativen arbeiten… Kommerzieller Erfolg im Spannungsfeld zwischen dem Wunsch nach Authentizität und dem tatsächlich Machbaren
Christiane THENIUS, Lisa NOGGLER-GÜRTLER, Austria: MEGA GRIECHISCH im ZOOM Kindermuseum
Urve RUSSOW, Estonia: The National Register of Monuments
Rebecca VITAL, Israel: Collective memory and virtual architectural reconstructions
Laura CASTRIANNI / Giacomo DI GIACOMO / Imma DITARANTO / Giuseppe SCARDOZZI, Italy: Integrated technologies and methodologies for the reconstruction of the ancient topography of Hierapolis of Phrygia (Turkey) and of its territory
Stefano BERTOCCI / Michele CORNIETI / Michelangelo TIEFENTHALER, Italy: Digital Technologies for the survey and the interpretation of objects of archaeological interest: the case of Iasos in Caria, Turkey
Paola PUMA, Italy: New shares for Populonia documentation project: the last advanced surveys of etruscan tombs from Baratti necropolis
Stefano COSTA / Luca BIANCONI, Italy: Total Station: freeing our hardware
Horia CIUGUDEAN, Romania: Cultural Landscapes in Transylvania: Heritage in Danger
Andrey V. BIRIUKOV / Georgy IPPOLITOV / Michail RODIONOV, Russia: Cultural Heritage and Its Significance in Social Reforming
Vladimir I. IONESOV, RussiaVladimir I. IONESOV, Russia: A Social Interpretation of Material Culture: Symbolic Things and Ritual Expressions
Robert SPENDLINGWIMMER / Monika SCHÖNERKLEE-GRASSER, Austria: The Van Region/Turkey and its Engineering Heritage: Combining Ancient and Modern Water Management
Ernest SASU, Ghana: Recreating perception for cultural heritage and globalization

Internet sales of cultural property
Chairs: Anita GACH, Austria / Saadet GÜNER, Turkey / Eckhard LAUFER, Germany / Marius-Mihai CIUTA, Romania / Hubert SZEMETHY, Austria

Erika PIELER, Austria: Die UNESCO Konvention von 1970 – Ein Überblick
Anita GACH, Austria: Overview about cultural property crimes in the Internet
Marius CIUTA, Romania: Archaeological pieces stolen from Romania – a case study
Eckhard LAUFER, Germany: Räumungsverkauf im Internet?
Carmelo MANOLA, Italy: The Activity of Carabinieri Headquaters for the Protection of Cultural Heritage to struggle the illicit Trade of Cultural Property online
Karsten BÖHLKE, Ebay Germany: Änderung Grundsätze bzgl. arch. Kulturgüter
Benno WIDMER, Switzerland: Archaeological cultural property on the Internet: Swiss experiences with Ebay

The LIMES DANUVIUS – chances for the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Chairs: Eva KUTTNER / Sonja JILEK, Austria

Máté SZABÓ, Hungary: New Possibilities for aerial archaeology along the river border called „ripa Pannonica”
Ioana OLTEAN / Ovidiu TENTEA, Romania: Aerial survey along the Lower Danube Roman limes in Dobrogea, Romania
Piotr DYCZEK / Martin LEMKE, Janusz RECLAW, Poland: New Research in Novae, Bulgaria
Katarína HARMADYOVÁ / Ján RAJTÁR / Jaroslava SCHMIDTOVÁ, Slovakia: Limes Romanus in Slovakia
Martin MOSSER, Austria: Vindobona fortress excavations and 3D-reconstruction
Hans Peter JESCHKE, Austria: The Cultural Landscape Maintaining System (Kulturlandschaftspflegewerk ©) for the historic landscape zone of the frontiers of the Roman Empire – a trans-disciplinary governmental protection-, preservation- and development system by the historic landscape approach
Erik DOBAT / Sandra WALKSHOFER, Germany / Austria: Das internationale Film-/Multimedia-/DVD-Projekt „Römische Grenzen“ und Vorstellung der DVD „Der Donaulimes – Landschaft und Geschichte“


?ukasz A. CZY?EWSKI, Poland: Bisnik Cave. Final project results. The idea of Open Archaeology in interdisciplinary projects
Ekaterina GUTROVA / Ekaterina LEVKOVICH / Alyona USTYUGOVA / Mariya KOMISSAROVA, Russia:  Cultural Heritage as the Object of Educational Management: Mid-Volga Region’s Resources of Intercultural Communication
Ismail ÖZTÜRK / Serkan ILDEN, Turkey: Utilization of digital technology in the preservation of manuscripts qualifying as cultural heritage
Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: From it-education in archaeology to reality.