Round Table Discussion – The employment of Google Earth in Archaeological Research & CHM
Moderation: B. Ridderhof, The Netherlands | A. Sarris, Greece

Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: Google earth, disclosing tool or menace

Round Table Discussion – Excavations and Research
Moderation: I. Gaisbauer, Austria

Radu CIOBANU, Romania: The hidden spirit of Alba Iulia: the new archaeological evidence

Measurement on excavations
Organiser: G. Verdiani, Italy | C. Rudorfer, Austria


Byzanz between Orient and Occident
Falko DAIM,  Germany


Integrating Old and New Excavation-Materials in One
Chair: B. Ridderhof, The Netherlands

J. BAZELMANS / Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: Dorestad, The impossible excavation, 165 years history heritage and city-excavation
Menne C. KOSIAN / H. J. T. WEERTS, The Netherlands: The city and the river
Stijn HEEREN, The Netherlands: Predecessors and earliest origins of Dorestad: the site De Geer
Rowin VAN LANEN, The Netherlands: Trading on changing waters. Integrating archaeological and palaeo-ecological tree-ring data to reconstruct Early Medieval trade relations
Benno RIDDERHOF / M. LEENDERS, The Netherlands: Working with dead colleagues: The city-excavations of Aardenburg (1920-1985)
Jaap Evert ABRAHAMSE / Menne KOSIAN / Erik SCHMITZ, The Netherlands: Canal City: Reclamation and Urbanization in the Western Netherlands
Giuseppe LEPORE / Michele SILANI, Italy: Senigallia Urban Archaeological Project: new strategies of research and urban planning
Orsolya  LÁNG, Hungary: Old data and new results – revaluating excavation materials from the Civil Town of Aquincum
Andrea AUGENTI / Federica BOSCHI, Italy: Classe (Ravenna): an abandoned town in an urbanized landscape. New research for archaeological heritage protection and territorial planning
Rivo BERNOTAS, Finland: Medieval town wall of Pärnu – an archaeological approach
Rich POTTER/ Bengt WESTERGAARD /Malou BACKLUND, Sweden: Utilising digital means to record the urban setting
Liisa SEPPÄNEN, Finland: Do old digs matter? The value of old excavations and the challenges of combining old, new and ones to come
Stephen STEAD, United Kingdom: Cloud Computing and Cultural Heritage Computing

Archaeology of Buildings
Chair: A. Degraeve, Belgium

Vincent DEBONNE, Belgium: On the chronology of building materials and building techniques. The contribution of scientific dating
Paulo CHARRUADAS / Philippe SOSNOWSKA, Belgium: “Petrification” of architecture in Brussels.  Construction methods, building materials supply and social changes (13th-17th c.)
Lília BASÍLIO / Jorge DINIS, Portugal: From scratch to protocol: a multidisciplinary approach to Buildings Archaeology
Rossella PANSINI, Italy: San Donato arch in Siena: a contribution to the history of the Roman settlement through building archaeology
Irmengard MAYER / Gudrun STYHLER-AYDIN, Austria: 3D Laser Measurement as Part of an Integrative Building Survey for the Recording of Built Heritage
Gaia LAVORATTI / Antonino MEO, Italy: Pietrabuona (Tuscany, Italy). Building archaeology of a border settlement between Lucca and Florence
David BIBBY, Germany: “Haus zum Bub” in Konstanz: The burning, the collapse, the destruction and the documentation of the aftermath
Bill BLAKE, Germany: Fun with PhoToPlan:  2 projects using simple tools for maximising the performance of imagery in historic fabric survey
Andrea ARRIGHETTI, Italy: Building Archaeology and Seismic Risk: The Mugello Survey
Dieter BISCHOP, Germany: Special type of building from the Medieval in Bremen
Arnaud SCHENKEL / Nadine WARZÉE, Belgium: Plans Extraction From Complex Buildings 3D Acquisitions

Archaeology of Human Remains – Burial Archaeology and Forensic Aspects
Chair: D. Bibby, Germany / A. Degraeve, Belgium

Thomas POTOTSCHNIG, Austria: Searching for a World War II mass grave in Austria
Denis BOUQUIN, France / Jean Pol BEAUTHIER, Belgium: “The dead do not dress themselves”: contribution of forensic anthropology experiments in archaeological burial practices analysis
Gilbert SOETERS, The Netherlands: Early Medieval graves in a Roman villa at Maastricht-Borgharen (NL)
Andreas DUERING, United Kingdom: Media vita in morte sumus. The newly discovered early medieval cemetery of Bärenthal, Germany
Carola BERSZIN / David BIBBY, Germany: Monastery, Village and Suburb cemetery: Stratigraphy and Anthropology of the St Gregor’s Church Yard, Petershausen, Konstanz, Germany
Jay CARVER, United Kingdom: The Bethlem Burial Ground, Crossrail Project, London
Natascha MEHLER / Ronny WEßLING / Anita SOOS / Klaus SCHINDL / Kathi HANSI / Maria RÖCKLINGER / Melanie JURITSCH / Melanie SINDELAR, Austria: Death spares neither small nor great: social status in the burials of the old Matzleinsdorf cemetery in Vienna (1784-1879)
Claudia Maria MELISCH, Germany: The cemetery of St. Peter’s church Berlin/Cölln 1200-1717
Vsevolod IVAKIN, Ukraine: City cemeteries and ethno-social situation in medieval Kiev
Nikos PAPADOPOULOS / Apostolos SARRIS, Greece: Looking for Graves: Geophysical Prospection of Cemeteries
Raphaël PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: Violent death in early medieval Maastricht

Ecclesiastical Archaeology
Chair: F. Schipper, Austria

Ingeborg GAISBAUER, Austria: St. Peter – one of Viennas eldest churches? – A  new approach  to an old question
Giovanni PANCANI / Marco TOCCHI, Italy: The archeological area of Pieve a Socana
Jackie HALL / Nishad KARIM, United Kingdom: New Work on Old Sites: Thetford Priory and the Reformation
Claus SCHEIBLAUER / Michael WIMMER, Austria: Graph-based Guidance in Huge Point Clouds

Chairs: M. Doneus / B. Stangl, Austria

Panagiotis PARTHENIOS, Greece: A Conceptual Model of the Main Archaeological Monuments of Crete
Enrico DE BENEDICTIS, Italy: Tifide
Sascha RASZTOVITS, Austria: Accuracy potential of image based 3D modeling tools and services compared to terrestrial laserscannig
Gernot HAUSAR, Austria: Electronic Vienna. Introduction to Digital Excavations into the recent Past
Martina TROGNITZ, Germany: EVA – An Expert system for Vases of the Antiquity
Linda DÖRRZAPF / Manfred SCHRENK, Austria:  LIMES Mobile – Mobile application as opportunity for cultural tourism along the Roman Limes in Europe

3D Reconstruction before, while and after Excavation
Chairs: P. Ferschin, Austria / G. Verdiani, Italy

Benedetta ADEMBRI / Sergio DI TONDO / Fabio RISTORI, Italy: 3D reconstruction of the southern pavilion of Piazza d’Oro in Hadrian’s Villa
Zacarías HERGUIDO ALAMAR, Spain / José Leonel LÓPEZ HERNÁNDEZ, Guatemala: Reverse Modelling and Virtual Reconstruction Project, La Blanca
Alessandro BLANCO / Mirco PUCCI, Italy: The boiler room of the Small Baths in Hadrian’s Villa: excavation, analysis, preservation
Youcef CHENNAOUI, Algeria/ Filippo FANTINI / Francisco Juan VIDAL, Spain: Architectural models and urban planning: from Hadrian’s Villa maquette to the amphitheatre of Cesarea
Peter DORNINGER / Clemens NOTHEGGER, Austria:  Multipurpose Application of Digital Excavation Data
Peter FERSCHIN / Monika DI ANGELO / Stefan NIEDERMAIR, Austria: Projected Time Travel: Architectural Heritage Projection in situ
Anna Margherita JASINK / P. KRUKLIDIS, Italy: Urban and extra-urban cult buildings in the Aegean world: from the excavation to the 3D reconstruction
Alessandro MERLO, Italy / Eduardo Vendrell VIDAL / Filippo FANTINI / Carlos SÁNCHEZ BELENGUER, Spain: The Mayan Mascarón from Chilonché (Petén, Guatemala): New Technologies for Cultural Heritage Dissemination
Mieke PFARR-HARFST, Germany: Research of Digital Cultural Heritage
Martin SCHAICH, Germany: Chavín – Peru. Combined 3D technologies for documenting and visualizing an Unesco World Heritage site
A. DE SIENA / F. GABELLONE, Italy:  Discovering ancient Metapontum: technologies and methodologies from past to present for a virtual visit proposal

Normative influences on emergency excavations
Chair: Ch. Oellerer, Austria

Stanislav CHERNOVOL, Ukraine: Archaeological monuments in the buffer zone of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kyiv
Igor YURCHAK, Ukraine: City-Planning Problematic – The Necessity of Archeological Cadastres
Sergij TARANENKO, Ukraine: Methodological issues of the Kyiv Podil emergency excavations
Sergiu MUSTEATA, Romania: Urban Archaeology in Romania and Moldova from normative to practical issues
Ileana BUDISTEANU / Ruxandra NEMTEANU / Emil CREANGA, Romania: The untapped archaeological potential of Bucharest
Cornelius MEYER, Germany: Sense and nonsense of geophysical prospection in urban archaeology
Stefan MÄDER, Germany: Gone fishing…  – preliminary results of a one-man dig within the Roman settlement at Riegel, Southern Germany

Subtractive Architectures and Hidden Towns: When Digging and Carving Create the Cityscape
Chair: G. Verdiani, Italy

Marcello BALZANI / Alessandra TURSI, Italy: A 3D database for the restoration and valorization of the San Michele Archangel site, Olevano sul Tusciano (Salerno, Italy)
S. BATINO/ M. CALLIERI/ M. DELLEPIANE / D. DURANTI/ P. PINGI / R. SCOPIGNO / E. SIOTTO, Italy: Virtual Reconstruction of an Etruscan Tomb
Matthias RUMMER, Germany: The Very First Photography – about the detection of old images on bleached surfaces
Sergio DI TONDO / Marcello SCALZO, Italy: The underground sites in the Adriatic foothills belt: the case of “Caves” at Camerano
Carmela CRESCENZI / Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: The CHRIMA project: investigating the rupestrian architecture in the Mediterranean area
Stefano COLUMBU / Giovanni GUCCINI, Italy: Decay processes and three-dimensional digital modeling for geometric-spatial reconstruction of the volcanic stone called “the elephant” of Neolithic “domus de janas” (Sardinia, Italy): investigation and first results

Organisers: 7reasons, Austria

Davide BORRA, Italy: The Vendicari Tower (Noto, Sicily)
Giacomo FERI, Italy: “Il Grande Muro Sospeso” – The great hanging wall, Rome
Francesco GABELLONE, Italy: Terracina: the sanctuary of Jupiter Anxur
Ulrike HERBIG / Irmengard MAYER, Austria: Traditional Architecture of Jeddah – The Door to Mecca
Mariapaola MONTI / Giuseppe MAINO, Italy: Virtual restoration hypothesis for some mosaics recently found in Piazza Anita Garibaldi, Ravenna

Organiser: P. Waldhäusl, Austria

Miguel ALMEIDA / Maria João NEVES / Lília BASÍLIO, Portugal: Beyond the Era of methodological enclosures: a multidisciplinary approach to Cultural heritage
C. BERSZIN / B. JUNGKLAUS / I. TRAUTMANN, Germany: AFOA – Working group of freelance anthropologists
Julian BOGDANI / Enrico GIORGI, Italy: New technologies for the enhancement of Cultural Heritage. Remarks on a new research protocol for urban areas, both abandoned (Suasa, Italy; Burnum, Croatia) and still inhabited
Federica BOSCHI / Francesco BELFIORI / Giuseppe LEPORE, Italy: Senigallia Urban Archaeological Project: discovery, protection and musealization of a Sanctuary of the first Roman colonists during urban works in progress
Iulia CIANGA, Romania: Collections of vedute – Preserving the historic heritage of the Transylvanian cities
Rita DEIANA / Maria Rosa VALLUZZI, Italy: Integrated non-destructive geophysical methods to study stone masonry walls in historical buildings: tests on laboratory-scale models
G. FESTA / G. GORINI / E. PERELLI CIPPO / R. CATTANEO / R. SENESI / C. ANDREANI, Italy: An on-site Fast Neutron Logging system to probe urban soils
Radu Claudiu FIERASCU / Rodica Mariana ION / Irina FIERASCU, Romania: Synthesis and characterization of new materials for artefact bioremediation
Irina FIERASCU / Romulus DIMA / Radu Claudiu FIERASCU, Romania: Natural extracts for preventing artefacts biodeterioration
Antonella FURNO, Italy: The sperimentation of Google Street View for Building Archeology
Irina GREVTSOVA, Spain: How to make urban archaeology understandable? Interpreting the heritage: from the stable panels to the new mobile devices
Josef GSPURNING, Austria: The Roofscape of Graz
Jackie HALL / Nishad KARIM, United Kingdom: New Work on Old Sites: Thetford Priory and the Reformation
Hannes LEHAR, Austria: The Roman Hypokaust Heating System
Jae Hyun PARK / Hyun Sang CHOI / Cheol Ho CHOI, South Korea: Building Information Modeling for Construction Heritages in South Korea
Andrea PASQUALI / Angela MANCUSO, Italy: The “Theseus Tempel” in Vienna, digital results one year after the CHNT16 measurement seminar
Mykhailo SAHAYDAK, Ukraine: Medieval Kiev from the Perspective of the Archaeological Study of the Podil District
Richard THOMA, Austria: Aerial drones in urban archaeology
M. Serena VINCI / Miquel ORELLANA / Josep Maria MACIAS, Spain: The photographic rectification for the graphical documentation of historical-archaeological heritage: the case of the south face of the referred to as “Torre del Pretorio” of Tarragona (Tarraco, Hispania Citerior)

Poster Presentation: Earthquake in Emilia 2012 (Italy)
Organiser: G. Verdiani, Italy

Anna BOSI / Martina MANDIROLA, Austria / Italy: Emilia earthquake, what do we learn and what we already knew
Andrea BRAGHIROLI, Italy: Earthquake in Mirandola: damages on Cultural Heritage
Paolo FORMAGLINI / Filippo GIANSANTI, Italy: ID-Entity: the earthquake in Emilia (Italy)
Valerio MASSARO / Matteo SCAMPORRINO, Italy: Regenerative reconstruction – The historical heritage as the basis for a new local development