Presentations of Urban Archaeologies in Central Europe
Organizers | Ingeborg GAISBAUER, Martin MOSSER, Austria [German/English]

Sibiu: A missing link in the City’s memory (E. CREANGA / R. NEMTEANU/ I. BUDISTEANU / D. COSTEA, Romania)
Stadtarchäologie in Budapest (P. ZSIDI, Hungary)
Urban Archaeology in Vienna – The status quo (S. SAKL-OBERTHALER, Austria )
Thinking about Post-medieval archaeology in Vienna (P. MITCHELL, Austria)
Urban archaeology in Tulln
(M. KRENN / U. SCHOLZ, Austria)
Stadtarchäologie St. Pölten- Vergangenheit und Zukunft? (R. RISY, Austria)
Stadtarchäologie in Zürich, Wichtige Themen und besondere Fragestellungen (D. WILD, Switzerland)
Rijeka – The Presentation Of The Roman Period Predecessor (J. VIŠNJI?, Croatia)
Abandoned town of Stari Bar in Montenegro (M. GUŠTIN / Z. MILEUSNI?, Slovenia)


Photogrammetry – Documentation from Photos
Organizers | Norbert PFEIFER, Camillo RESSL, Austria

Kulturportale: Die Stadt im Internet – Archäologie, Stadtgeschichte, Kulturelles Erbe
Organizer | Wolfgang BÖRNER, Austria  [In German]

Kulturpool – Zentrales Portal für das digitalisierte österreichische Kulturerbe (Marko GÖLS, Austria)
Geodatenportal der Länder – GEOLAND.AT (Th. EBERT / Th. PIECHL, Austria)
Tiroler Kunstkataster – Vernetzung regionaler Kulturgüterdaten (K. WIESAUER, Austria)
Kulturgüter Südtirols – nachschlagbar für Alle (L. ANDERGASSEN, Italy)
ViennaGIS WEB Framework – Basis für sämtliche GIS Internet Auftritte der Stadt Wien (W. JÖRG, Austria) mit Stil – der Relaunch von und die Rolle des Styleguides (Th. JÖCHLER, Austria)
Wie aus Daten kontextspezifisch Informationen werden! (Ch. MAYER / K. GRÜNWALD, Austria)

Complex Measurements made easy.
An interactive Workshop on computer-assisted morphometry

Organizer | Irwin ROVNER, USA (via SKYPE)

Using Historical Maps in GIS
Organizer | Menne KOSIAN, The Netherlands



Urban Archaeology (invited speakers)
Session dedicated to Samuel Paley

What is urban archaeology? Some reflections, on 25 years of digging in urban areas (D. BIBBY, Germany)
The Ancient City of Babylon, Math of Myth
(B. RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands)
A Scribe in his City: the virtual life of a Mesopotamian scribe in an Early Dynastic city (G.J. SELZ, Austria)

Urban Archaeology and New Technologies
Chairs | Willem BEEX, Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands

The Role of the Venetian Cities in the Evolution of the Modern Urban Centers of Crete (C. ARGUELLES / D. DYKSTRA / A. SARRIS. Greece)
Amsterdam’s Real Estate Market in the Golden Age (J. E. ABRAHAMSE, The Netherlands)
Medieval forests of data. The importance of dendrochronology in reconstructing Early Medieval Dorestad (R. VAN LANEN, The Netherlands)
The qualities of brick: Identifying conservation issues on the historic city walls of Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania (E. CREANGA/ G. NASH / D. COSTEA, Romania)
bPhiladelphia USA: The use of urban historical archaeology and digital technologies to interpret and better understand the birth of a nation (G. MUSCHIO, USA)
Integrated deposit modelling; heritage under our feet in the City of York (C. NEAL / S. ROSKAMS, United Kingdom)
bCryptoporticus: a hidden system under the skin of the ancient town (G. VERDIANI / G. CORSARO, Italy)
The archaeological map on digital support. The cases of Trieste and Cividale del Friuli (S. GONIZZI BARSANTI / M. BRAINI, Italy)
Archaeological maps regarding ancient urban centres with continuity of life and aimed historical knowledge and protection (G. SCARDOZZI / L. CASTRIANNI / G. DI GIACOMO / I. DITARANTO, Italy)
Strategies and new technologies for urban archaeology: Matera, a town of Unesco World Heritage (F. SOGLIANI / D. ROUBIS, Italy)
S.I.T.A.R. A repository of archaeological data for conservation of cultural heritage and town planning (M. SERLORENZI / A. DE TOMMASI, Italy)
GIS Application in Archaeology – Advantages and Problems (M. GIERSZEWSKA, Germany)
Seeing through the shambles: landscape biography in urban fringes (M. C. KOSIAN, The Netherlands)

Lost Cities
Chair | Hansjörg THALER, Italy

The reconstruction of the urban landscape of an ancient metropolis in Asia Minor: integration of 2D and 3D technologies and methodologies in Hierapolis of Phrygia (Turkey) (F. GABELLONE / G. SCARDOZZI, Italy)
Making the invisible visible: Presenting urban archaeology in Tarsus (P. AYKAC / G. B. ALTINÖZ, Turkey)
Kusakli Hoyuk (Turkey) as Zippalanda: the integrate contribute of geophysics and remote sensing (M.C. SALVI / G. CARPENTIERO / R. SALVINI / A. CARTOCCI / S. MAZZONI, Italy)

A critical View on Urban 3D Reconstruction Models
Chair | Peter FERSCHIN, Austria

3D reconstruction and the formulation of a new paradigm of archaeological spaces (S. POLIC RADOVANOVIC, Serbia)
Development’s perspectives of 3d cultural heritage’s models – Some considerations (T. A. TRIFONOV, Czech Republic)
Less is more. 3D-reconstructions, showing the essentials. Possible solutions (R. FRANK, Germany)
The printed Legionary Camp of Vindonissa (M. FLÜCK, Switzerland)
A harbour gate at Roman Cologne – Hand drawing, laser scanning, digital reconstruction (A. SCHÄFER / M. TRIER, Germany)
Visualizing a phantom. 3D-reconstruction, historical analysis and modern urbanistic valorization of Schloss Neugebäude (Vienna, Austria) (D. MASCHEK / M. SCHNEYDER / M. TSCHANNERL, Austria)
Ubiquitous Computing and Urban Archaeology: Experiences with Augmenting the Learning Experience by Smart Objects (K. HOLZINGER / M. LEHNER /M. FASSOLD / A. HOLZINGER)

Chair | Michael DONEUS, Austria

Archaeology: A Mediated Practice of Technology & Digital Tools (S. AKBOY, USA)
Conjectural Modeling of Historic Sites Using Dynamic Asset Libraries (P. STRATTON / G. MUSCHIO / R. YOUNG, USA)
Analysis of the Mastaba of Ptahshepses – using space syntax (L. WALTENBERGER / M. VASKU / M. HIRZBAUER, Austria)
The St. Mang Square in Kempten/Allgaeu – Interdisciplinary Reconstruction and Public Presentation of its Long History (S. NEUPERT, Germany)
Fleeing for Their Lives: Archaeology of the Underground Railroad in St. Charles, Illinois (L. BROWN, USA)

Gone Digital – Digital applications in cultural heritage research with no analogue alternatives
Chairs | David BIBBY, Germany; Benjamin STANGL, Austria

A CIDOC-CRM based metadata scheme for virtual reconstructions (D. PLETINCKX, Belgium)
Bridging the Gap between Sites and Finds: An Information System for the Mainlimes Section of the Limes World Heritage Site (Ch. FLÜGEL, Germany / K. SCHALLER, Austria)
Mainlimes Mobil (E. DOBAT / Ch. FLÜGEL, Germany)
Virtual Soldiers of the Revolution (Ch. REDMANN, USA)
Architecture with concave and convex rhythms and its decoration in Hadrian age: the southern pavilion of Piazza d’Oro in Hadrian’s Villa (B. ADEMBRI, Italy / S. DI TONDO, Italy / F. FANTINI, Spain)
3D Data Capture and Modeling of Sculpture: Problems and Prospects (B. FRISCHER, USA)
Highly Accurate Photorealistic Modeling of Cultural Heritage Assets (P. DORNINGER / Marco BRUNNER, Austria)
Spatial distribution analysis of LIDAR prospection results (R. HESSE, Germany)
Data integration – beyond the walled garden (W. BOASSON / E. BOASSON, The Netherlands)
Ad thermas: a system between private and public life in the ancient town (M. PUCCI / A. BLANCO, Italy)
The Utilization of Digital Surveying Tools In-Situ in Field Archaeology (S. AKBOY / R. WARDEN, USA)
Antra Cyclopis and the others: the dimension of the entertainment in the ancient town (N. CACCETTA / G. PATTI, Italy)

How Archaeology survives in big Cities: Structures of Urban Archaeology
Chair | Christoph ÖLLERER, Austria

Urban archaeology in a European Capital: the Brussels’ Experience (A. DEGRAEVE, Belgium)
The urban archaeology of the London Crossrail Project – Approach, organisational management, constraints and challenges of integration (J. CARVER; United Kingdom)
The Rise or the Fall of the Urban Archaeology in Bratislava (Slovakia) after the Velvet Revolution? (M. MUSILOVA, Slovak Republic)
Evaluation of the Archaeological Potential of the Individual Grounds of the Municipal Area (B. RESUTIK, Slovak Republic)
Urban archaeology of Koper/Capodistria (Z. MILEUSNIC, Slovenia)
Archaeological research of Roman baths in the old town of Rijeka (L. CATAJ, Croatia)
The Swiss-Egyptian Joint Mission in Aswan. An Urban Archaeological Project in Upper Egypt (W. MÜLLER, Switzerland)
Archaeology is culture! – Comments on Archaeology and Public Relations (A. BAERISWYL, Switzerland)

Special Items and Methods
Chair | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium

PERDITURUS: Preserving Nordic Medieval Culture (Kari UOTILA, Finland)
Interdisciplinary Education. – Digital Architecture meets Egyptology (I. KULITZ / P. FERSCHIN / P. JANOSI, Austria)
Dendrosimilarity and analyzing wooden settlement structures (V. MOM, The Netherlands / J. SCHULTZE, Germany)
Internet Encyclopaedia of Brno History, the City on Display (I. LOSKOTOVÁ / O. LE?BYCHOVÁ, Czech Republic)

Video Session

The crypts of St. Michael’s Church | Scanner – Video | Digital Archaeology | Die Sphinx, der Fürst und die Götter | aso.

Poster – Session
Chair | Peter WALDHÄUSL, Austria

Development of the infrastructure of medieval Tartu (R. BERNOTAS, Finland)
Height data from archaeological investigations for the reconstruction of the subsoil (V. BOI /F. LAMONACA / M. STACCA, Italy)
The Ianus Temple from Rosia Montana – epigraphy, architecture and space meaning (a 3D restoration project) (R. CIOBANU, Romania)
Sibiu: A missing link in the city’s memory (E. CREANGA / R. NEMTEANU / I. BUDISTEANU / D. COSTEA, Romania)
Ir thermography and ultrasonic investigations in the cultural heritage field (G. DIANA / S. FAIS, Italy)
Urban archaeology and the re-constitution of historical continuity. The case of Amasya, Turkey (L. ETYEMEZ / G. B. ALTINOZ, Turkey)
Assessment of the conservation state of masonry structures in monumental buildings by theIntegrated use of non-destructive unltrasonic techniques and mineral analyses. (S. FAIS / P. LIGAS / M. PALOMBA, Italy)
The Old Cadastral Maps from Ingelheim as a Data Source for Archaeology (M. GIERSZEWSKA / P. NOSZCZYNSKI, Germany)
SITAR: a Web-GIs for managing archeological data in cultural heritage conservation and town planning (P. GRINGMUTH / St. PICCIOLA / S. RUGGERI, Italy)
Cultural Heritage Research, Analysis and Conservation Methodologies for the Historic Structures in Pakistan (S. GULZAR / M. NAWAZ CHAUDHRY / J.-P. BURG, Pakistan)
Presenting the medieval heritage. The case of Tartu (Estonia) from a museum perspective (A. HAAK, Estonia)
Making it survive: Post-excavation conservation and re-integration of archaeological remains in urban areas, the case of Roman remains in Ankara (Ö. MUTLU / G. B. ALTINÖZ, Turkey)
Studying Medieval Brick Building Techniques Cases: Holy Cross Church at Hattula and Häme Castle in Finland (T. RATILAINEN, Finland)
Mossyna: The rediscovery of a “lost city” in the territory of Hierapolis in Phrygia (Turkey) (G. SCARDOZZI / L. CASTRIANNI, Italy)
Roman military camp “Ala Nova” in Schwechat (U. SCHOLZ / S. MÜLLER / R. THOMA, Austria)
3D close range laser scanning (G. SEIDL / S. MÜLLER / R. THOMA, Austria)
Preliminary Results of Semantic 3D Modeling of Seddülbahir Fortress Using Laser Scanning Data (E. TEKDAL-EMNIYETI, Turkey / K.-H. HAEFELE / J. ISELE, Germany)
Creating a 3D virtual collection of Colonial American architectural features (C. WAGNER / R. YOUNG, USA)
LIDAR, archaeology and towns (R. ZAP?ATA, Poland)
Historic 3D city model of Koper (Slovenia)
(A. ZERJAL / T. ZERJAL / N. KOLEGA, Slovenia)