Georeferencing historical maps
Organisers | A. Degraeve, Belgium | D. Bibby, German

David BIBBY, Germany: More or less 90°: Georeferencing Peter Nenning’s Plan of the Benedictine Abbey of Petershausen, Konstanz, South West Germany
Georg BREITNER / Christof SCHUPPERT, Germany: Integration of historical cartographic material in geographic information systems at the  Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz / Germany
Sandra RIEKE, Germany: Digitalising and rectifying historical plans of Cherchel and Großkrotzenberg
Severin HOHENSINNER / Bernhard LAGER, Austria: GIS-based reconstruction of historical river engineering measures at the Viennese Danube River since the 13th century
Hans BLANCHAERT, Belgium: Localization of the French line of defense between Ypres and Comines (Belgium): an archeological and geographical contribution.
Menne C. KOSIAN, The Netherlands: Now you see it, now you don’t
Jamie McLAUGHLIN, United Kingdom: RESTful Mapping: Web GIS & Eighteenth Century London
Peter RAUXLOH, United Kingdom: Locating London – GIS Generated Research Resources

Streets and Squares in Central European Towns – Work in Progress
Organiser | M. Mosser / P. Mitchell, Austria

Dölf WILD, Switzerland: Machen Plätze Sinn? “Raum und Öffentlichkeit” am Beispiel des mittelalterlichen Zürich
Jürgen TRUMM, Switzerland: Vindonissa – streets and places inside and outside a legionary fortress
Alfred SCHÄFER, Germany: The early road system of Roman Cologne
Christian GUGL, Austria: Platzanlagen in römischen Lagervorstädten (canabae legionis)
Martin MOSSER, Austria: Zentrum und Peripherie: zwei Straßenbefunde aus Vindobona

Surveying | Theseus-Temple, Volksgarten
Organisers | W. Beex | B. Ridderhof, The Netherlands |Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy

iSpace for Archaeology from Nikon Metrology
Organiser | G. Avern, Nikon


Prospection and Remote Sensing – Advanced Methods For Archaeology
Chair | A. Posluschny, Germany

Apostolos SARRIS / Nikos PAPADOPOULOS, Greece: Geophysical Surveying in Urban Centers of Greece0
G. LEUCCI / G. di GIACOMO / G. SCARDOZZI, Italy: Archaeological surveys and geophysical prospecting for the reconstruction of the Messapian city walls in Ugento (Lecce)
Michael DONEUS / Christian GUGL / Geert VERHOEVEN, Austria: Archaeological Airborne Remote Sensing in Roman Carnuntum
S. Sirri SEREN / Sabine LADSTÄTTER, Austria: Archaeological Prospection by Using Geophysical Methods at Different Field Conditions and Archaeological Structures in Ephesos/Turkey
Frank VERMEULEN, Belgium / Cristina CORSI, Italy / Michael KLEIN, Austria / Guenther WEINLINGER, Austria: The Roman city of Ammaia (Portugal): from total survey to 3D reconstruction
Susanne TIEFENGRABER, Austria: Large scaled area LIDAR-data analysis at the example of Styria
Philip VERHAGEN, The Netherlands: Imaginary Numbers? Establishing Detection Probabilities of Stone Age Sites through Simulation

Data integration, data handling and data processing/analysis
Chair | B. Ridderhof, The Netherlands | S. Stead, UK

Alexandru MORINTZ, Romania: The Stories of the First Topographer
Sara GONIZZI BARSANTI / Davide GHERDEVICH, Italy: Historic and archaeological itineraries for the discovery of Friuli during the Lombard period
Anna HODGKINSON, United Kingdom: Modelling Urban Industries in New Kingdom Egypt
Benedetta ADEMBRI / Sergio DI TONDO / Filippo FANTINI, Italy/Spain: New advancing of the research on the architecture with concave and convex rhythms at Hadrian’s Villa: reconstruction hypothesis on the southern nymphaeum of the Piazza d’Oro
Benedetta ADEMBRI / Francisco JUAN VIDAL / Isabel MARTÍNEZ ESPEJO, Italy/Spain: Hunting friezes of the Piazza d’Oro at the Hadrian’s Villa: new hypothesis for a virtual reconstruction inside an integrated research strategy
R. VAN LANEN, The Netherlands: Surveying an Early Medieval wooden archive: Preliminary results of Dorestad-De Geer (NL)
Francesco SCELZA, Italy: From traditional data to formal analysis. A proposal for comparing data from different survey methods in the coastal territory in southern Italy
Eilis MONAHAN / Apostolos SARRIS, USA/Greece: Matters of Integration and Scale: New Efforts in Magnetometry Data Management at a Late Neolithic Settlement Site in Hungary
Anna Margherita JASINK / Grazia TUCCI, Italy: MUSINT: a virtual habitat for relocated archaeological artifacts
Sebastian VETTER / Gunnar SIEDLER, Germany: Unwind of a coloumn on the base of automatically generated surface models
Verenice Y. HEREDIA ESPINOZA, Mexico: GIS and Regional Analysis in the Central Valleys of Jalisco, Mexico: Spatial Analysis and Sociopolitical Organization
Francisco JUAN VIDAL / Isabel MARTÍNEZ ESPEJO, Spain: Hypotesis for the virtual anastilosis of the main chapel of the iglesia de Los Desamparados de Les Coves de Vinromá
Michael DONEUS / Geert. VERHOEVEN / M. FERA / Ch. BRIESE / M. KUCERA / Wolfgang. NEUBAUER, Austria/Belgium: Assessing the Accuracy of a Semi-Automatic and Low-Cost Image-Based Modelling Approach for Documenting Archaeological Excavations
Irmela HERZOG / Alden YÉPEZ, Germany: Find Density Analysis – an Example from an East Andean Region
Claus SCHEIBLAUER / Michael PREGESBAUER, Austria: Consolidated Visualization of enormous 3D scan point clouds with Scanopy
Esra TEKDAL-EMNIYETI / Rahmi Nurhan CELIK, Turkey: Integration of different geodetic measurement techniques for renovation and restoration of cultural heritage
Tsoni TSONEV / Georgi NEKHRIZOV, Bulgaria: Prototype Gis for analysis and protection of the Bulgarian Archaeological Heritage – ARCHGIS

3D Reconstruction from Urban Surveys
Chairs | P. Ferschin, Austria |  G. Verdiani, Italy

Stefano COLUMBU / Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: From the small elements to the urban scale: an investigation where petrophysical study of materials and architectural shape analysis try to read a masterplan in the Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli
Mirco PUCCI / Alessandro BLANCO, Italy: From the single building to the urban network: the case of the Heliocaminus Baths in the Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli
Peter DORNINGER / Robert KALASEK / Ingrid ADENSTEDT, Austria: Quantity versus Quality in Cultural Heritage Documentation
Monika DI ANGELO / Peter FERSCHIN, Austria: Procedural Modelling of Traditional Balinese Settlements
Olivier BARGE / Emmanuelle RÉGAGNON, France: The city plan as an information system: the example of the medieval city of Qalhat (Oman)
Pablo RODRÍGUEZ NAVARRO / Filippo FANTINI, Spain: The interpretation of archaeological peristence to generate digital 3D architectural typologies: the case of Ksar Tatiouine in the Moroccan High Atlas

Lost cities – Prospections and hypotetical urbanistic reconstructions
Chair | H. Thaler, Italy

Attilio MASTROCINQUE / Fabio SAGGIORO / Hansjörg THALER, Italy: New Aspects of the Urbanism in Grumentum
Dominik MASCHEK / Michael SCHNEYDER, Austria: The civilian town of Carnuntum (Lower Austria) in time and space: a multi-layered approach towards the reconstruction of urban transformation
John FILLWALK, USA: Virtual Interpretations: The Use of High Fidelity 3D Virtual Worlds in Cultural Heritage Simulations
Türkan UZUN, Turkey: The Fourth Century Byzantine Palace under the Four Seasons Hotel

Kulturportale – Virtual Cultural Heritage
Chair | M. Ciuta, Romania

Katharina HOLZINGER / Gabi KOINER / Markus FASSOLD / Andreas HOLZINGER, Austria: Towards Electronic Finds Label on the iPhone (ELFIApp): Data integration in Archaeological Surveys by use of collective Intelligence and Cloud Computing
Emil CREANGA / Ruxandra NEMTEANU / Ileana BUDISTEANU, Romania: Lost historic and cultural benchmarks are a loss of urban memory
Laura PECCHIOLI / Barbara MAZZEI, Germany/Italy: ISEE sharing – tool in Cultural Heritage. Sculpture museum in the Basilica of St. Silvestro at the Catacombs of Priscilla
Yulia PETROVA, Russia: Virtual Museum of the delta of the Neva river
Tatiana Vladimirovna LASKA / Sergey Vitalievich GOLUBKOV / Irina Valerievna TSIMBAL / Yulia Anatolievna PETROVA, Russia: Virtual reconstruction of monumental painting of the Church Spas-na-Nereditse in the city of Novgorod the Great
Jana J?KOBSONE, Latvia: Revitalization of the archaelogical monument „Kuldiga medieval castle” with new added value
Martin SCHAICH / Dominik WESTERMANN, Germany: aSPECT3D – 3D scanning, surveying, modelling and texturing with just the photographs of your digital camera?

Streets, Roads and Squares – Development, Function and Conversion
Chair | T. Kühtreiber, Austria

Sara PERSICHINI, Portugal: The tripartite forums of the Augustan age in Lusitania
Radu CIOBANU, Romania: From Roman Dacia principia and fora to public market places in Transylvania
Ute SCHOLZ, Austria: The Archaeology of Medieval market: Research on the “Hauptplatz” of Tulln an der Donau, Lower Austria
Liisa SEPPÄNEN, Finland: The development, maintenance and function of medieval streets and squares of Turku (Finland)
Mihailo POPOVIC / Markus BREIER, Austria: Tracing Byzantine Routes – Medieval Road Networks in the Historical Region of Macedonia and Their Reconstruction by Least-Cost Paths

Streets, Roads and Squares – Continuity versus Discontinuity
Chairs | I. Gaisbauer | S. Sakl-Oberthaler, Austria

Olena ONOHDA, Ukraine: Late Medieval Archaeological Layers of Kyiv and their Key role in studying City Structures (13th – 15th cent)
Sara GONIZZI BARSANTI / Massimo BRAINI, Italy: From Tergeste to Trieste: lines of urban development
Zrinka MILEUSNI?, Slovenia: Squares of Koper/Capodistria
Sergij TARANENKO, Ukraine: The street network of Kyiv-Podil (downtown) in 10-13th Centuries by the archaeological records
Marius-Mihai CIUTA / Beatrice CIUTA, Romania: Apulum, Belgrad, Alba Iulia, Gyulafehervar, Weissenburg, Alba Carolina: Continuity and discontinuity inside the roman military camp of the Legio XIII Gemina
Ingeborg GAISBAUER / Sylvia SAKL-OBERTHALER, Austria: Retrogression, transformation und restart: various aspects of streets and squares in Vienna´s 1st district from the Roman period to modern times

Pre-Excavation Strategies
Chairs | D. Bibby, Germany | Ch. Oellerer, Austria

Jaap Evert ABRAHAMSE / Erik SCHMITZ, The Netherlands: Survey and Data Integration in Landscape and Urban Heritage Planning
Elisabeth I. FAULSTICH, Germany: Urban Archaeology – Village Archaeology?
Jay CARVER, United Kingdom: London Crossrail Project – desk study, reconnaissance and evaluation. Data sources and outcomes. Liverpool Street – a case study
Gilbert SOETERS, The Netherlands: Archaeology in the Maastricht A2 – project: a tunnel vision
Francesca ANICHINI / Gabriele GATTIGLIA, Italy: Archaeological predictive model of an urban area. The study case of Pisa, Italy
Aysun OZKOSE / Betül YILDIRIM, Turkey: Sustainability of Urban Archaeological Heritage in Anatolia – ‘’A proposal for a management plan for the city of Amasra ‘’
Andrew HARRIS / Timur TATLIOGLU, United Kingdom: Paddington Station, London Crossrail Project – New Passenger infrastructure, Interchange and public realm

Chair | B. Stangl | M. Doneus, Austria

Mieke PFARR, Germany: Documentation system for digital reconstructions
Maarten SMEETS / Geoff AVERN, Belgium/United Kingdom: Recording Excavations with a Metrology Tracking System
Alberto FRIGO, United Kingdom: A Proactive Generation of Cultural Heritage
Stefan NIEDERMAIR / Peter FERSCHIN, Austria: An Augmented Reality Framework for On-Site Visualization of Archaeological Data
Sebastian ZAMBANINI / Martin KAMPEL, Austria: An Automatic Image Based Coin Classification System for Numismatic Databases
Giles SPENCE-MORROW / John WARNER, Canada: Modelling Urban Ceremonial Performance in Late Formative Peru: the case of Jatanca
Panaiotis KRUKLIDIS, Italy: Multimedia Reconstruction Techniques to communicate the past: a study about the Epic Homeric


Landesdenkmalamt BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG im Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart, Germany: The Late Hallstatt Burial Mound of Bettelbühl – a  Journey
Albert FRIGO, USA: www.2004
John FILLWALK, USA: Amida Buddha Simulation
John FILLWALK, USA: Simulation of Hadrian’s Villa in Unity 3D
John FILLWALK, USA: Panama-Pacific International Exposition Simulation in CryEngine
John FILLWALK, USA: Virtual Middletown Project in CryEngine
Paliambela Kolindros and Toumba Thessaloniki excavation project members, Greece: Digital applications for archaeological excavations at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
John FILLWALK, USA: Descending Night
María Aránzazu RESPALDIZA HIDALGO, Spain: Metadata Visualization of Heritage Information within a Collaborative Environment
Benjamin STANGL, Austria: A Game Engine Based Visualisation of the Queen Meresankh III Mastaba at Giza

Chair | P. Waldhäusl, Austria

D.R. ABBASOVA / A. RUSTAMBAYOVA / M. ZEYNALOVA, Azerbaijan: Application of new technologies for the metal content determination of archaeological jewellery
Hatem ABUELEZZ, Egypt: Re-use and Development Project of Sultan Hassan Mosque & School
Margarita ASSIMAKOPOULOU /  Eleanna PETRAKI / Anastasia TSOLAKI, Greece: Vernacular sustainability at Santorini
Alessandro BLANCO / Giovanni GUCCINI / Mirco PUCCI, Italy: A virtual bioclimatic approach to digitally investigate the Baths in the Hadrian’s Villa
Olivier BARGE / Jacques-Elie BROCHIER, France: Visible from space, understood during the fieldwork: the example of “desert kites” in Armenia
Dalibor BARTON?K, Stanislava DERMEKOVÁ, Irena OPAT?ILOVÁ, Czech Republic: Historical Maps in Geographical Information System
Antonia CHOUVARDA, Greece: Evaluation research of the educational role of  ICT for the presentation of the Past (Case Study: Hellenic Cosmos, Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens)
WINNER of the POSTERAWARD 2011: Carmela CRESCENZI / Filippo GIANSANTI / Paolo FORMAGLINI, Italy: Carved stone and web geography: a full digital approach to localization and information handling for rupestrian monuments
Elena FABRIZI / Giovanni ANZANI / Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: Abu Simbel, a new reading after half a century
Silvana FAIS / Concetta FERRARA / Paolo FRONGIA / Paola LIGAS / Giuseppe PIRAS, Italy: Digital Processing of IR Thermography and Ultrasonic Signals in the Diagnostics of Carbonate Building Materials
Silvana FAIS / Paola LIGAS / Francesco CUCCURU / Paola BASOLI / Graziella DETTORI / Paola DUI, Italy: Diagnostic Process of a Megalithic Monument by Ultrasonic Measurements
Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany: Bridging 400 Years – Georeferencing  the First Map Set of Saxony
Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany: On the Road – Using Remote Sensing Data to Prospect the Via Regia
Reiner GÖLDNER, Germany: Preparing Billions of Points for Archaeological Use
Raluca KOGALNICEANU, Romania: Spatial relationship between the living and the dead during Neolithic and Chalcolithic at the Lower Danube
Julia KOPF, Austria: New excavation results on the main road of Brigantium (Bregenz)
Aysun OZKOSE / Müge YAKI?IK, Turkey: A proposal to revive of the urban ghost Kayakoy
Laura PECCHIOLI / Barbara MAZZEI, Germany / Italy: ISEE sharing – tool in cultural heritage. Sculpture museum in the Basilica of St. Silvestro at the catacombs of Priscilla
Chiara PICCOLI, The Netherlands: Reconstructing Invisible Ancient Cities in Boeotia, Greece
Claire PICHARD, France: The contribution of historical maps and views of Reims to the study of the urban lands in the pre-industrial city: from the georeferencing to the spatial analysis
Claire PICHARD / Eric DESJARDIN, France: Validation of a reference shapefile map of Reims in 19th century, for the study of the of the preindustrial city
Axel G. POSLUSCHNY / Chris R. MUSSON, Germany: ArchaeoLandscape Europe – Increase Public Appreciation, Understanding and Conservation of the Landscape and Archaeological Heritage of Europe
Rainer SIMON, Austria / Bernhard HASLHOFER, USA / Joachim JUNG, Austria: Annotating Historic Maps and Views with the YUMA Map Annotation Tool
WINNER of the POSTERAWARD 2011: Alka STARAC, Croatia: A Lost Roman Sanctuary in Pula
WINNER of thePOSTERAWARD 2011: Richard THOMA, Austria: Radio controlled drones for aerial pictures
Tomoyuki USAMI / Hiro’omi TSUMURA, Japan: The Muslim Urban Landscape and Human-Behavior In The Middle Ages Oman
Türkan UZUN, Turkey: The 4th Century Byzantine Palace under the Four Seasons Hotel
Rowin VAN LANEN / Esther JANSMA, The Netherlands: Wood use in the Early Middle Ages. Supply, processing, and exchange of oak in the Low Countries between AD 600 – 900
Rada VARGA , Romania: Pre-excavation research at the site of Ala I Batavorum from Dacia