Workshop 1 – Photogrammetry – Documentation from Photos
Organisation: Norbert PFEIFER / Ulrike HERBIG / Camillo RESSL, Austria

Workshop 2 – Kulturportale Im Internet – Barrierefreiheit (in German)
Organisation: Thomas JÖCHLER / Robert SAUL, Austria

Alexander HECHT, Austria: Das ORF TV Archiv und Open Access
Michaela LAICHMANN, Austria: WAIS und WAI – Wiener Archivinformationssystem und Web Accessability Initiative (ein Erfahrungsbericht)
Manfred W. K. FISCHER, Austria: Von der Website ins Museum – ein Brückenschlag
Thomas JÖCHLER / Robert SAUL, Austria: Barrierefreiheit auf Richtlinien und praktische Anwendungsbeispiele beim Internetauftritt der Stadt Wien
Jo SPELBRINK, Austria: Barrierefreie Information im unmittelbaren öffentlichen Raum

Workshop 3 – Digital documentation in archaeology
Organisation: Stefan HOHMANN, kubit GmbH, Germany

Workshop 4 – “Newbies”
Organisation: Michael DONEUS, Austria / Samuel PALEY, USA

Nicole HIRTL / Peter DORNINGER, Austria: Terrestrial Laser Scanning for accurate restoration documentation
Katharina HOLZINGER / Christian SAFRAN / Martin EBNER / Andreas HOLZINGER, Austria: Geo-Tagging in Archaeology: Practical Experiences with the TUGeoWiki
Michael TEICHMANN, Germany: Virtual Archaeology: an assessment of gaming software for the modelling of Medieval Landscapes
Kristof KOVACS / Michael MOSER / Klaus HANKE: Application of laser scanning for archaeological prospection and 3D documentation
Benjamin STANGL / Peter FERSCHIN / Peter JÁNOSI / Iman KULITZ: Simulation of interactive virtual spaces in architecture – creating a Virtual Archaeological Model of the Queen Mersyankh III Mastaba

Workshop 5 – Kirchlicher Kulturgüterschutz: „Kirchliche Bibliotheken und Digitalisierung“ (in German)
Organisation: Walter LUKASEDER / Friedrich SCHIPPER / Hiltigund SCHREIBER / Heidi SPECHT, Austria

Andreas HEPPERGER, Austria: Elektronische Bibliothekskataloge als Prämisse für den Schutz kirchlichen Kulturguts und Basis professioneller Digitalisierung
Günter MÜHLBERGER, Austria: Von Alpha bis Omega: Digitalisierung alter und wertvoller Bücher. Workflow, Kosten, Archivierung, Webpräsentation und weitergehende Nutzungen
Helga PENZ / Martin ROLAND / Armand TIF, Austria: Klosterbibliotheken: Wer digitalisiert für wen? Zum Beispiel: Handschriftensammlung des Stiftes Herzogenburg.
Erich RENHARD, Austria: Besonderheiten der Handschriftendigitalisierung – Erfahrungen, Herausforderungen, Fragen
Ernst RUSCHITZKA, Austria: Kooperation theologischer Bibliotheken in Österreich
Johann ZOTTER, Austria: Digitalisierung, Präsentation im Netz, neue Formen der wissenschaftlichen Arbeit und der Kooperation.
Bruno KLAMMER, Italy: Buchgeografie Südtirol – die digitale Erschließung von Kulturerbe

Workshop 6 – CIDOC
Organisation: Stephen STEAD, UK

Workshop 7 – Creating GIS basis for excavations – Part 2
Organisation: Willem BEEX / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

General Session:
Archives and Cultural Heritage Management
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany / Martin KUNA, Czech Republic

David BIBBY, Germany: Collection and Preservation of Digital Excavation Data -securing the digital past for the future. A Case Study from Baden-Württemberg
Antonio MAGGIORE / Virginia VALZANO, Italy: FIR System
Sabine BRECHBÜHL / Barbara CHEVALLIER, Switzerland: Archiving archaeological metal finds in Canton Bern: standardizing of identification, temporary conservation, active stabilization and long term conservation or how to define a rational, sustainable selection and retention strategy?
Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany: Preserving Digital Data Step by Step – Small Solutions for small Institutions
Catherine HARDMAN, United Kingdom: The ADS: the changing face of digital archives
Martin KUNA, Czech Republic: Seven years after. Digital archives of the Institute of Archaeology in Prague
Michele CORNIETI / Alessio BOATTINI, Italy: The rural architecture of the Appennino romagnolo.Instruments for the documentation of an heritage at risk

Session Archaeology and Technologies:
Archives and Cultural Heritage Management
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany / Martin KUNA, Czech Republic

Petra GRUBER / M. MECHLER, Austria: Replacement of tradition – comparative view of the architectural development of the village of Hilimondregeraya in Nias, Indonesia
Marina DE FRANCESCHINI, Italy: Academia Pilot Project in Hadrian’s Villa near Tivoli (Rome, Italy): problems in archiving ancient and modern data
Frauke KREUTLER, Austria: Creating a Digital Collection
Sergio DI TONDO / Filippo FANTINI / Benedetta ADEMBRI, Italy: Tools for archiving and cultural heritage management: the finds coming from territory of Tivoli stored in Hadrian’s Villa
Olga LECBYCHOVÁ / Milan JINDÁCEK, Czech Republic: A Database System for Administering and Archiving of Archaeological Information Heritage
Hans Peter SAMSTAG, Germany: Tracebility in archeology
Bettina STOLL-TUCKER, Germany: The current situation of digital archiving in Germany’s state archaeology
Undine LIEBERWIRTH, Germany: TOPOI2.0 – a Virtual Research Environment
Vitus BÖSCH, Austria: The future of digitization – Integrating Robotic Bookscanners into complex library environments
Stephan TRATTER, Austria: Massendigitalisierung von Dokumenten und Büchern – Vorstellung von Lösungen und Erfahrungsberichten abgeschlossener und aktueller Projekte

Fundamental Research – Critical Issues
Chairs: Willem BEEX / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

Markus JOBST / Georg GARTNER, Austria: Geoinformation´s Heritage
Giuseppe GORINI, Italy: Neutron-based analysis for Cultural Heritage Research. The techniques.
A. SARRIS / P. SEFEROU / E. KOKKINOU / N. G. PAPADOPOULOS, Greece: Geophysical Prospection as a way of confirming older topographic plans and descriptions of archaeological sites
Rowin VAN LANEN / Esther JANSMA, The Netherlands: Working towards exchangeability in tree ring data. – The digital collaboratory for cultural historical dendrochronology (DCCD)
Jean-Michel CHAZINE, France: Deciphering of Rock Art hands stencils with kalimain program using Manning’s ratio
Giorgio VERDIANI / Alessandro BLANCO / Mirco PUCCI, Italy: The Small Baths in Hadrian’s Villa. A ground test for enhancing the approach to the digital survey and reconstruction for archaeologists and architects
Thomas KADOR, Ireland: Access to data, geospatial information and understanding change in prehistory: an example from the north-western edge of Europe

Applied Research
Chair: Marina DÖRING-WILLIAMS, Austria

Carlo BATTINI, Italy: 3D Web Survey: a new system to manage and view archaeological data
Gerold ESSER / Mathias GANSPÖCK / Jan KANNGIESSER, Austria: Laserscanning at Fortress Hochosterwitz in Carinthia. Optical documentation techniques in service of a time-efficient, highly precise, and distortion-free 3d architectural survey
Francesco GABELLONE / Giuseppe SCARDOZZI / Massimo CULTRARO, Italy: The Virtual Museum of Iraq between documentation and communication
Hans KAMERMANS, The Netherlands: Neutron-based analysis for Cultural Heritage Research. Archaeological results
Giuseppe MAINO / Silvia MASSARI / Lorenza ROVERSI, Italy: Multispectral analyses and database archiving of ancient documents and books
Michaela KRONBERGER / Martin MOSSER / Michael PREGESBAUER, Austria: Laserscanning of Roman walls in Vindobona
Michaela KRONBERGER / Martin MOSSER / Maria HEINRICH / Beatrix MOOSHAMMER / Lionel DORFFNER / Andreas ZÖCHLING, Austria: Identification of historic quarries in the “Wienerwald”-area
Irwin ROVNER, USA: Computer-assisted Morphometric Analysis of Digital Images: Archaeobotanicals, Archaeomaterials, Artifacts and Features

IT-Education – Archaeology and cultural management: necessity or scourge?
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

Jacek MARCINIAK / Arkadiusz MARCINIAK, Poland: Technology & methodology in distance learning in archaeology. A case of e-learning course ‘Archaeological heritage in contemporary Europe’
Menne C. KOSIAN, The Netherlands: Learning out of the box. To more modern approaches in archaeology
Violetta REITER, Austria: Digital archiving of the department collection
Andrey V. BIRIUKOV / Vladimir I. IONESOV, Russia: Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Communication in Global Time: the Possibilities of Innovative Development and Creativity
Rowin VAN LANEN, The Netherlands: Digitizing Trees? – A case study in IT-education for historians

A critical view on archaeological 3D Reconstructions
Chairs: Peter FERSCHIN, Austria / Bernhard FRISCHER, USA

Francesca SOGLIANI / Francesco GABELLONE / Ivan FERRARI / Luigi CRIMACO, Italy: The fortified medieval settlement of Rocca Montis Dragonis (Mondragone, Caserta – Italy) virtually alive.
Christoph FLÜGEL, Germany: Virtual Romans in Bavaria. Recent Projects and Developments
Ingrid ADENSTEDT / Barbara THUSWALDNER, Austria: The Byzantine Palace of Ephesus – Reconstruction of the Cupola
Giovanni GUCCINI / Federico PIRAS / Filippo SUSCA, Italy: The Stone of the Elephant. Chronicles and results from the advanced digital survey to the 3d printing
Eleni KOTOULA, United Kingdom: 3D Reconstruction/Visualization of Artefacts and Ageing Effects
Spilios THEODOROPOULOS / D. MOULLOU / D. MAVROMATI / C. LIAPAKIS / V.BALIS, Greece: 3D Reconstructions of monuments and landscapes: Impressionistic or Expressionistic views of the Past?
Alexandru MORINTZ, Romania: 3D reconstructions: beyond the pretty face
Dominik MASCHEK / Michael SCHNEYDER / Marcel TSCHANNERL, Austria: Virtual 3D reconstructions – benefit or danger for modern archaeology?

Session Cultural Heritage
Cultural Heritage – Cultural Promotion – Tourism in the Danube Region
Chair: Eugen SCHERER, Austria

Franz HUMER, Austria: Conservation and presentation of archaeological monuments in the Archaeological Park Carnuntum
Matthias W. PACHER, Austria: Synergies between cultural tourism enterprises effected through cooperation and the pooling of resources in Lower Austria as seen with “Archäologische Kulturpark Niederösterreich Betriebs GmbH”
Sonja JILEK, Austria: Exploring the Roman Danube Limes. Developing and promoting a new cultural route
Marco MERLINI, Romania: A Virtual museum of the European Roots having the Danube as backbone
Gerda KOCH / Sigrid REINITZER, Austria: Promoting Austrian Cultural and Scientific Heritage via Europeana
Shabeena Yasmin SAIKIA, India: Promotion and preservation of Cultural Heritages if Pragjyotishpura for development of tourism

Internet Trade of Cultural Objects
Chairs: Hubert SZEMETHY, Austria / Saadet GÜNER, Turkey / Marius CIUTA, Romania

Hubert SZEMETHY, Austria: Introduction with some remarks on the internet trade of cultural objects
Augustin LAZAR, Romania: Modus Operandi in the criminal electronic trade of Cultural Objects
Marius CIUTA, Romania: The „Intra Muros” favorizing factors of the illegal traffic with archaeological artifacts – study of case: Romania (1995-2009)
Melek CANGA, Turkey: Illicit Cultural Property Trade Over the Internet
Eckhard LAUFER, Germany:483 and 5 ancient coins
Hubert LANZ, Germany: Internet trade, coins and archaeology
Jonathan SCHESCHKEWITZ, Germany: Antiques – Original: pedigrees for archaeological objects sold on ebay

Poster Session
Chair: Peter WALDHÄUSL, Austria

Carla ANDREANI / ANCIENT CHARM Collaboration, Italy: A non destructive stratigraphic and radiographic neutron study of Lorenzo Ghiberti’s reliefs from Paradise and North doors of Florence Baptistery
Katalin T. BIRÓ, Hungary: Archaeometry Databases in the Hungarian National Museum
E. CHARITOPOULOS/ A. SARRIS, Greece: Documenting Venetian and Ottoman landscape in Crete: Settlement patterns, road network and productive areas in Rethymnon inland.
Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium: Archiving the Archaeological Heritage in the Brussels Capital Region – A challenge for the future
Peter DORNINGER / Clemens NOTHEGGER, Austria: Automated processing of terrestrial mid-range laser scanner data for restoration documentation at millimeter scale
Sarah Michelle DUFFY, United Kingdom: Innovative Technology & Ancient History: Exploring Polynomial Texture Mapping (PTM) of Larger Objects at Chersonesos, Ukraine
Matylda GIERSZEWSKA / Piotr NOSZCZYNSKI, Germany: Open-Way for the Archaeological Data Management Based on Quantum-GIS/GRASS-GIS
Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany: ADeX – A Standard for Archaeological Data Exchange
Ekaterina GUTROVA / Alexander POLYAKOV / Ekaterina VIUNOVA / Alyona USTIUGOVA, Russia: The Great Silk Road through the Colors and Shapes of Intercultural Communication: from Far East to Mid-Volga Area: Photography and Tourism
Ralf HESSE, Germany: Extraction of archaeological features from high-resolution LIDAR data
Sonja JILEK / Andreas SCHWARCZ, Austria: The Central Europe Project Danube Limes – UNESCO World Heritage
Agnes KIRCHHOFF / Philip PAAR / Jochen MÜLDER, Germany: The Virtual Reconstruction of Herod’s Third Winter Palace and Oasis in Jericho
Tamás BELGYA / László SZENTMIKLÓSI / Zoltán KIS / Zsolt KASZTOVSZKY / Ralf SCHULZE / Petra KUDEJOVA / Thomas MATERNA / Lea CANELLA / Jan JOLIE / ANCIENT CHARM Collaboration, Hungary / Germany / France: Prompt gamma activation imaging, a new technique for determination of spatial element distribution
Raluca KOGALNICEANU / Alexandru MORINTZ, Romania: Documentation of the 3D-Position of archaeological objects at a regular raster excavation in Iepuresti, Romania
Silvana FAIS / Paola LIGAS / F. CUCCURU, Italy: Application of non-destructive acoustic techniques for evaluating the state of conservation of carbonate building stones in architectural structures
Judita LUX / Jure RAVNIK, Slovenia: A database system for digital data in archaeology: case study of a Roman villa rustica in Slovenia
Ingrid MADER / Andreas BERTHOLD, Austria: Documentation – Demolition – Reconstruction. A “späthistoristischer” wooden pavilion of Vienna
Anna Maria MARRAS, Italy: The Mind Maps and archaeological processes
Nikos G. PAPADOPOULOS / Apostolos SARRIS, Greece: Integrated geophysical survey to characterize the subsurface properties below and around the area of Saint Andreas church (Loutraki, Greece)
András PATAY-HORVÁTH, Hungary: Virtual 3D Reconstruction of the East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Enrico PERELLI CIPPO / ANCIENT CHARM Collaboration, Italy: Neutron Resonance Imaging Experiments at the ISIS pulsed neutron source
Hans POSTMA / Peter SCHILLEBEECKX / Luc AMKREUTZ, The Netherlands / Belgium: Neutron resonance-capture analysis applied to some prehistoric metal objects
A. SARRIS / E. PERAKI / P. SEFEROU / L. KOKKINAKI / S. THEODOROPOULOS / G. PAPADAKIS / A. GIANAKIDIS / A. KIDONAKIS, Greece: Web based Applications for the Promotion and Dissemination of Cultural Heritage Sites and Monuments
Artyom SCHERBAKOV / Elena GLADUN / Anna BOROVLYOVA / Oksana VOLOSTNIKOVA, Russia: Intercultural Reconciliation through the Museum and Archives Enterprising: Samara Experience of Cultural Projecting
Jan SCHULTZE / Ingrid BECKMANN / Holger TÜRK, Germany: Long term conservation of digital archaeological data
Ralf SCHULZE / Petra KUDEJOVA / Lea CANELLA / Martin EBERT / Thomas MATERNA / Jan JOLIE / Tamas BELGYA / Laszlo SZENTMIKLÓSI / Zoltan KIS / Enrico PERELLI CIPPO / Winfried KOCKELMANN / Erik SCHOONEVELD / Peter SCHILLEBEECKX / ANCIENT CHARM COLLABORATION, Germany / France / Hungary / Italy / United Kingdom / Belgium: Integration of neutron image methods for the ANCIENT CHARM Project
Linea SUNDSTROM / Glen FREDLUND, USA: Four Techniques for Digital Recording and Modeling of Rock Art
Snezana VECANSKI / Snezana JEJIC, Serbia: Castle of Vrsac – Three Hundred Years of Solitude