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Would Digital Technologies allow the Conservation of the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) of World Heritage Properties in apost-pandemic time

Digital Cities, NeuroArchaeology and Cyberarchaeology
Maurizio FORTE, USA



World Heritage Management and New Technologies
Chairs: Ulrike HERBIG, Austria | Bernd PAULOWITZ, Germany

Jaap Evert  ABRAHAMSE | Erik SCHMITZ, The Netherlands
‘Venice of the North’? Ten Years of World Heritage in the Amsterdam Canal District: An Exploration of Effects

Francesca ADESSO | Emanuela FARESIN, Italy
A combination of 3D data to reconstruct the archaeological features: 3D models of the burials of the necropolis of Piovego (PD, Italy)

Kristina HOLL | Leander PALLAS |  Paul BELLENDORF, Germany
Structured light scanning as a monitoring method to investigate dimensional changes due to climatic changes on cultural heritage

Tayebeh NARAIAN  | Asadullah MOVAHEDI, Afghanistan
Architectural Design Solutions in the Historical Residential Context Adjacent to the Cultural Landscape of Bamiyan Buddha Statues

Ahmad NASROLAHI | Cristina GENA | Vito MESSINA | Samet EJAREI, Italy
Participatory Monitoring in Cultural Heritage Conservation Case Study: The Landscape Zone of the Bisotun World Heritage Site

Paola Sconzo | Francesca SIMI |Andrea TITOLO, Germany
The submerged archaeological sites of the Mosul Dam Reservoir Evaluating emergence patterns with a new cost-efficient tool

The masonry of three-lobed churches

Rowin VAN LANEN | Menne KOSIAN | Roy VAN BEEK, The Netherlands
A sustainable future for world heritage? The need for more integrated approaches in heritage management

Computational methods for exploring visual aspects of cultural heritage sites
Chairs: Irmela HERZOG | Eleftheria PALIOU, Germany

Lars Oliver GROBE, Switzerland | Andreas NOBACK | Ruth BIELFELDT | Vera HENKELMANN | Franziska LANG, Germany
Views on ancient lighting: Modelling lighting devices and their effects in architecture

Irmela HERZOG, Germany | Alden YÉPEZ, Ecuador
Assessing Spectator Positions. A Case Study from Cochasquí, Ecuador

Gail HIGGINBOTTOM, Spain | Vincent MOM, The Netherlands
On common ground: what do Cultural Heritage Management, Landscape Archaeology and Archaeoastronomy have in common?

Visibility in Ancient Agrarian Cities: A Past-Present Comparative Analysis at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Copan

Antonio SUAZO, Chile
Shadows analysis and viewshed georeferencing for dating of historical photographs. New possibilities for chronology studies of lost built heritage

Cultural Heritage and the Semantic Web: Capture of Rich Semantic Data 
Chairs: Piotr KUROCZYŃSKI, Germany | Stephen STEAD, UK

Igor BAJENA | Piotr KUROCZYŃSKI, Germany
Metadata scheme for 3D models How to capture the source-based 3D reconstruction of Cultural Heritage?

Slawomir BRZEZICKI, Germany
Standard Dehio – On the Way from a Printed Handbook to a Knowledge Infrastructure on Art and Architectural Objects

Donal COOPER | Fabrizio NEVOLA, UK
Documenting and disseminating a Florentine church in 3D: Critical Reflections on a Case Study

Andreas NOBACK, Germany
Photogrammetric 3D digitisation of models from an architectural collection

Leonhard SALZER | Tobias ARERA-RÜTENIK | Alexander STENZER, Germany
Semantic topologies for complex medieval buildings and their annotation

Cultural Heritage and the Semantic Web: Exploitation of rich Semantic Data
Chair: Lorenzo CECCON, Italy

Yury VIN | Dmitry Kondratiev KONDRATIEV, Russian Federation
Expert System & Thesaurus of Concepts and Terms «Byzantine Law and Acts»

PhD/Master Session 2021
Chairs: Martina POLIG, Cyprus | Nadine ALPINO, Luxembourg

Ambra BARBINI | Chiara CHION,Italy
Reality VS Virtual Modeling. From Building to Landscape Heritage Representation

Meriem BEN AMMAR, Italy
The Mediterranean Medinas and Cities in the Middle Ages: Urban heritage, Jurisprudence, Traditions and Built form

Anubhav BORGOHAIN, India
Sacred Spaces: ELECTRONIC PLACES A hybrid methodology to read and design for historic urban religious precincts

Architectural Heritage and Climate Change: Performance Prediction of Exposed Natural Building Stone to Rainfall through a Combination of Laboratory Leaching Tests and X-ray Computed Tomography

Jean-Paul Cypriano LAWSON, France
Digital enhancement of African museum collections: Lessons learned from the virtual exhibition project “Heritage costumes in Cameroon: Dressing for identity”

Katarzyna ZDEB, Poland
GPR surveys of historic sacred buildings

Empowering heritage sites through knowledge. How to use the data to improve the management and the visitors’ experience 
Chair: Cristina MOSCONI, UK

Collaborative heritage. Validated, shared knowledge creation on cultural heritage

Eirini TSAKIRI, Greece
Collecting activity in ancient Greece: from prehistoric times to the hellenistic era

Seeing in the dark- reconnaissance and evaluation technologies for world heritage sites and major infrastructure developments
Chairs: Jay CARVER, UK | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium

Illuminating the darkness: Using geochemical survey in archaeological reconnaissance and evaluation for major infrastructure developments

Flying High! Combining Old with New Methods for Enhanced Airborne Prospection and Characterisation

Neil MACNAB | Leonora O’BRIEN, UK
Light at the End of the Tunnel – The Application of Real-World and Digital Approaches on the A303 Amesbury to Berwick Down (Stonehenge) Scheme

Advances in archaeological prospection: the geoarchaeological shift

In the air, under water, and ashore
Chairs: Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Hendrik ROHLAND, Germany

Peter BAUER, Austria
3D modelling of the castle Neu-Wildon

Dominik KLENK | Hendrik ROHLAND | Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Christina FRANKEN, Germany
Rapid and Reproducible Reconstruction of Ancient Architecture by Procedural Generation.Reconstruting the “Pavilion of the Rise of the Yuan Dynasty” in Karakorum, Mongolia

Lapo SOMIGLI | Chiara MARCOTULLI | Francesca CHELI, Italy
Archaeological documentation during a securing and restoration project: an example of successful approach. The case of the castle of Larciano (Pistoia – Italy)

Lukas André SUTHE | Hendrik ROHLAND | Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Christina FRANKEN, Germany
Possibilities and Requirements for AR Applications in a Complex Heritage Landscape. An analysis from a technician’s and a curator’s perspective

Virtualization against the World’s End: Creating new experiences for old places
Chair: Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy

Brigit DANTHINE | Gerald HIEBEL | Erich KISTLER | Birgit ÖHLINGER | Caroline POSCH | Harald Stadler, Austria
The integration of semantic knowledge graphs in virtual environments

Lijun MA, China
Redesign of a Cultural Heritage Digital Experience in a Lean Approach

Adele MAGNELLI | Alessandro CAVALLARO | Davide PANTILE, Italy
Dante’s House Museum, A Virtual Tour enabling the enjoyment of cul-tural heritage

Takehiko NAGAKURA | Wenzhe PENG | Yuxuan LEI, USA
Representing Cultural Heritage Places through AR in Museums

Nicolas SCHIMERL | Pia Patrizia WEBER | Thomas STÖLLNER, Germany
Resilient Rethinking Digital Documentation and Exhibition of the ‘Salt Men of Zanjān’

An Architectural Metaverse that Combines Dynamic and Static 3D data in XR: a Case Study at the Monastery of Simonos Petra


Round Tables

Scientific work and citizen participation in cultural heritage during Covid-19 (Please mind this is a merged Round Table)
Chairs: Elisabeth MONAMY | Sigrid PETER, Wolfgang BÖRNER, Austria | Alessandro CAMIZ, Turkey | Cristiana BARANDONI | Paolo GIULIERINI, Italy

Engagement with classical archaeology and the ethics of contemporary clothing production: exploring the interface of citizen engagement through technologies at the London Bloomsbury Festival 2020

Karina GRÖMER | Stefan EICHERT, Austria
“Closed but active” Archaeology at the Natural History Museum Vienna

Sigrid PETER, Austria
Schools and museums in times of Covid-19 – Lockdown or openup?

Alessandro CAMIZ, Turkey
Pandemics and the changing built environment Learning from history, planning our future

Müge ELMAS, Turkey
Will Virtual Exhibitions Remain After Covid 19 Ends?

Bamiyan World Heritage: The Present and The Future
Chairs: Alireza IBRAHIMI | Hossein REZAYE, Afghanistan

Zakaria AHMADI, Afghanistan
The high relief pattern of Bamiyan statues

Mohammad Reza AMIRI | Marzieh KARIMI, Afghanistan
Investigation of Artificial Intelligence in the Development of Tourism in Bamyan

Ateyeh HEYDARI | Mohammad Mahdi SALEHI, Afghanistan
Assessment of the factors affecting the physical resilience of Bamiyan cultural heritage against climate change

World Heritage Documentation and Monitoring with New Technologies
Chairs: Mario SANTANA, Canada | Ulrike HERBIG, Austria

Digital Tools for the Emergency Rescue of Cultural Heritage
Chairs: Tobias BUSEN | Christoph von BIEBERSTEIN, Germany

Rahaf ORABI, Hungary
Challenges of Applying Reality Capturing Methods in a Post-Conflict Urban Context: The Digital Survey in the Old City of Aleppo

Revisiting the Past and Structuring the Future: How past Researches can lead way to newer technologies.
Chairs: Pratik N. SAVALE | Manya JAIN, India


Advanced Archaeological Trainings

Geospatial Analysis and Simulation in Archeology using Open Tools
Organizer: Christian NEUWIRTH, Austria

New bottles for old wine: The new CIDOC CRM and your old data
Organizer: Stephen STEAD, UK

Create and Connect at the KHM
Organiser: Shani ZIV | Talila YEHIEL, Israel


Poster Session

Organizer: Peter DORNINGER, Austria


App Award

Organizer: Günther WEINLINGER | Michael KLEIN, Austria
7reasons Medien GmbH


Science Slam

Organizer: Elisabeth MONAMY | Bernhard WEINGARTNER, Austria