The Digital Heritage Paradox
, Director Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Public Relations and Archaeology – Presenting Cultural Heritage in Urban Area
Chairs: Ingeborg GAISBAUER, Austria | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium

Thomas KADOR, UK: Digital matters
Morten VALDORFF RASMUSSEN, Denmark: On-site communication, old bones and new audiences
Dominique VAN DOKKUM, The Netherlands: The possibilities of social media: making a low budget connection
Bernarda ŽUPANEK / Maja KOVAČ, Slovenia: Combining resources: communicating archaeology at the City museum of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Robert CARTER, Qatar | Colleen MORGAN, UK: Online Digital Heritage and Public Outreach in a Vanishing Pearling Town in the Arabian Gulf: The Origins of Doha Project
Katrina FOXTON, UK: Juxtaposing locality in the City of York
Matthias PACHER, Austria: The museum of prehistory MAMUZ as a cultural touristic impulse for a rural area in Lower Austria
Carmen LOEW, Austria: The Stakeholder-Values of Hallstatt-Research – Archaeology from the Perspective of Public, Business and Politics
Mariam Ibrahim AL-MULLA, Qatar: The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar: Constructing a Museum Minded- Community
Olga LEČBYCHOVÁ | Zdenka KOSAROVÁ, Czech Republik: Exhibition – one way to share archaeological heritage with public
Elisabeth MONAMY, Austria: Experience archaeology or bringing archaeology to a wider public
Johannes VALENTA | Stefanie ZECHA, Germany: Heritage Cache: a new chance to learn about historical features
Nadja DEBENJAK | Kaisa MÄKI-PETÄJÄ, Austria: Revealing hidden histories with modern technology – Archaeological Information Systems and geolocalisation
Monika DERMUTZ | Daniela THALLER, Austria: ArcGIS for Archaeology – Discover burried possibilities and potentials

Conflict as Cultural Heritage: Cultural Heritage in Conflict
Chair: Stephen STEAD, UK

Rupert GIETL | Daniela ZAMBELLI, Italy: Conflict Archaeology of World War I along the high alpine frontline
Max VAN DER SCHRIEK, The Netherlands: Dutch Military Landscapes: Heritage and Archaeology on WWII conflict sites
Vinod NAUTIYAL | Nagendra RAWAT, India: Spatial distribution of Late Medieval Fortresses (Garhs ) in Garhwal region of Central Himalaya, India
Benno RIDDERHOF, The Netherlands: Custer’s Last stand and its Afterlife; American Battlefield Archaeology versus American Heritage and Iconography
Marzia MERLONGHI, Italy: CAAD: Crisis Areas Archaeological Database
Saadet GUNER, Turkey: “History of the Protection of the Cultural Heritage in Conflict”

Cultural Heritage in Danger
Chairs: Benjamin DUCKE, Germany | Anita GACH | Friedrich SCHIPPER | Hubert SZEMETHY, Austria

P. PERAKIS | T. THEOHARIS, Norway: Simulating Erosion on Cultural Heritage Monuments
Chance M. COUGHENOUR, Germany | Matthew L. VINCENT, Spain: Project Mosul – Preserving the Memory of Lost Heritage
Alessio DI IORIO, Italy: Cultural Landscape risk Identification, Management and Assessment
Benjamin DUCKE, Germany: High-fidelity processing of geophysical data in free and open source GIS
Ralf HESSE, Germany: Possibilities and challenges in the application of multi-temporal airborne lidar data sets for the monitoring of archaeological landscapes
Konstantinos PSARRAS | Nikolaos MYRIDIS | Ioannis TEGOS, Greece: Development of New Technologies for the Earthquake-Resistant Design of Churches Threatened by Tsunamis
Mohammad Esmaeil Esmaeili JELODAR | Mahsa VAHABI, Iran: The challenges and opportunities of archeology excavations of Urban Rescue in Tehran City based on emergency excavations in the region of Molavi
Inna BARTCHAN, Abkhazia/Georgia: Research experience of 3D scanning for the digital preservation of Christian temples in Abkhazia/Georgia
Immo TRINKS | Matthias KUCERA | Wolfgang NEUBAUER| Philipp AMON | Martin PFENNIGBAUER, Austria: Beyond the surface

Public Appearance – Heritage researchers, stakeholders and public interaction

Marion GROßMANN, Austria: Carnuntums Appearance and its Mediation of Roman Culture
Paul SAFKO / Robert SZEMZÖ, Slovakia: Documentation and Presentation of Conservation Process – a Case Study of 3D Digitisation of Two Wooden Sculptural Artefacts
Erik SCHMITZ, The Netherlands: A flight to lowlands paradise: an animation of the expension of Amsterdam in the seventeenth century
Matteo SCAMPORRINO, Italy: New visions of port. A 3D model to safeguard and transform the port of Livorno
Kerstin DOHR | Josef GSPURNING, Austria: The Appearance of Istanbul’s World Heritage Site in Terms of Accessibility and Embedment into the Urban Environment
Cristina CORSI, Italy: Good practice in management of ‘invisible’ archaeological townscapes
Luca GIORGI | Pietro MATRACCHI, Italy: Florence: knowledge and usability of the archaeological heritage
Eva KUTTNER, Austria: ‘Setting in the landscape’ at the Danube Limes in Austria – new approach via geographic information portals
M.C. KOSIAN | H.J.T. WEERTS, The Netherlands: A new landscapes map of the Netherlands

Newbies & Young Scientists
Chairs: Michael DONEUS | Benjamin STANGL, Austria

A. A. MALISHEV | V. V. MOOR | D. I. ZHEREBYATJEV, Russia: Virtual 3D reconstruction of anthropogenic landscape of Abrau peninsula in ancient times according to archeological data
Pedro CABEZO | Paolo FORMAGLINI | Filippo GIANSANTI | Raana KAYNIA, Italy: From the suggestion of viewing to the understanding of photography: a case study over rephotography
Martina POLIG, Sweden: The original Holy Cross Church in Dalby – new interpretations through digital archaeology
Dorota BACHRATÁ | Josef ZÁRUBA, Czech Republic: Digital Re-sculpt/3D printed artwork and educational tourism

Disclosing the Dead
Chairs: David BIBBY, Germany | Ann DEGRAEVE, Belgium | Raphael PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands |Karin WILTSCHKE-SCHROTTA, Austria

Guglielmo STRAPAZZON | Rita DEIANA, Italy: GPR Survey to localize and analyze Tombs beneath the paving of Modern and Medieval Churches. A Case of Study from the Cathedral of Padova (It)
Maja D’HOLLOSY, The Netherlands: Facing the Past – The use of facial reconstructions in connecting people to the past
Claudia MELISCH, Germany / Peter RAUXLOH, UK: Who were the First Berliners and Where they came from?
Michaela BINDER | Heike KRAUSE, Austria: Life on the outskirts of Vienna – Archaeological and bioarchaeological results from the cemetery at St. Bartholomäusplatz in Hernals
Vlad Andrei LĂZĂRESCU | Claudia RADU, Romania: He’s lost control! Discussing the case of a beheaded individual from an archaeological context discovered in Romania
David BIBBY | Hildegard BIBBY | Joachim WAHL, Germany: The Life, Times and Death of “Grave 700” from the Holy Trinity Church Konstanz, Germany
Nicole NICKLISCH et al., Germany: The Remains of a Day – A Mass Grave from the Thirty Years’ War
Mihai CONSTANTINESCU | Andrei SOFICARU, Romania: Understanding epidemics in the Crimean War. A case of forensic autopsy on a Russian officer buried in Bucharest, Romania
Peep PILLAK, Estonia: Disclosing the Traumas of History: The Case of First Estonian President
Mihai CONSTANTINESCU | Andrei SOFICARU, Romania: The forensic identification of a victim of the Communist regime. The Case of Monsignor Ghyka
Liisa SEPPÄNEN, Finland: Buried in secrecy, surrounded by mystery, saved as curiosity – Animal grave from the early 20th century in town of Lahti (Finland)
Maarten SEPERS | Raphaël PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: New light on pathological bone changes Structured light 3D documentation as an aid in paleopathological diagnosis

The Use of UAVs in Virtual Heritage
Chairs: Peter DORNINGER, Austria | Benjamin DUCKE, Germany | Bernhard FRISCHER, USA | Rebeka VITAL, Israel

Ivan KISJES | Raphaël PANHUYSEN, The Netherlands: A test flight over the many layered history of the fortifications of Maastricht
Jörg KLONOWSKI | Stefanie WEFERS, Germany: UAV photogrammetry and 3D analyses of CH sites
Benjamin GEHMLICH | Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ, Germany: Diversity of Flight Strategies in UAV Recording
Marco BLOCK-BERLITZ | Raul ROJAS, Germany: Archaeocopter: Towards Best Practice in Videogrammetry

Digital 3D Reconstruction – Methods, Strategies and Challenges
Chairs: Piotr KUROCZYŃSKI | Mieke PFARR-HARFST | Sander MÜNSTER , Germany | Benjamin STANGL, Austria

Mieke PFARR-HARFST, Germany: Investigation of 3D modelling workflows in CH with the object of development of key concepts and definitions
Fabrizio APOLLONIO, Italy: Classification schemes and model validation of 3D digital reconstruction process
Dmitry KARELIN | Yulia KLIMENKO | Serjey KLIMENKO, Russia: The methods and approaches to the visualisation of 3D reconstructions
Anthony CALDWELL | John A. LYNCH, USA: Approaches to Sharing Modeling Data
Dominik LENGYEL | Catherine TOULOUSE, Germany: The consecution of uncertain knowledge, hypotheses and the design of abstraction
Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: Reading the project and “reverse design”: an architectural approach to digital reconstruction
L. I. BORODKIN | V. V. MOOR | D. I. ZHEREBYATIEV, Russia: Virtual reconstruction of Moscow monastery of Passion Virgin (middle 17th – 1910s years)

New realities:
Virtual, augmented reality and other techniques in Cultural Heritage for the general public
Chairs: Willem BEEX, The Netherlands | Peter FERSCHIN, Austria | Bernhard FRISCHER, USA | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy

Magda EL ZARKI | Patricia SEED, USA: A Historical and Cultural Experience of the Slave Fort Elmina
Dragoş GHEORGHIU | Livia ŞTEFAN, Romania: Augmenting Immersion:  The Implementation of the Real World in Virtual Reality
Samanta GREGGIO | Giuseppe SALEMI, Italy: A mobile Augmented Reality system integrating 3D model and radiance scaling to enhance epigraphical inscriptions
Carlo GIRA, Italy: Virtual, augmented, tags, links: the digital clone of the Meryemana Church in Göreme towards its next step
Adele MAGNELLI | Matteo VENTRELLA, Italy: How the AR can help to appreciate the hidden value of pictorial masterpiece: Venice’s Gallerie dell’Accademia case history
Takehiko NAGAKURA | Daniel TSAI, USA | Diego PINOCHET, Chile: Viewing the impossible: Photogrammetric Models of Palladian Villas and Other Works
Eiman ELGEWELY, Egypt | Willeke WENDRICH, USA: Reviving Karanis (Egypt): From Mud Bricks to Urban and Social Fabric
Mauro MARIOTTINI | Mirco PUCCI | Giorgio VERDIANI, Italy: The St. Donato Cathedral in Arezzo, digital reconstruction of a completely lost architecture
Peter FERSCHIN | Georg SUTER | Anja WUTTE , Austria: Excavation goes BIM. Building Analysis of an Egyptian Funerary Monument with Building Information Modeling Methods
Giulia DIONISIO | Anna Margherita JASINK, Italy: Teaching new technological methodologies applied to ancient history
Niccolò ALBERTINI | Anna Margherita JASINK, Italy: Immersive virtual realities and Aegean archaeology: application of the HDM (Head Mounted Display) technology to popularization
S. GONIZZI BARSANTI | G. CARUSO| L. L. MICOLI |M. COVARRUBIAS RODRIGUEZ |G. GUIDI, Italy: Exploring ancient Egyptian funeral rituals through VR
Georg ZOTTI, Austria: Archaeoastronomical simulation in a desktop planetarium
Bernard FRISCHER | John FILLWALK, USA: Combining  Stellarium with a Terrestrial Model of an Ancient Space: Solar Alignments of the Monte Citorio Obelisk and Ara Pacis

Storytelling for Tourism in the Virtual Age. High Tech Travel for the 21st Century:
Chairs: Wolfgang H. BÖRNER, Austria | Eleni PANAGOU, Greece | Linda POTTER, USA

Claudiu SILVESTRU, Austria: Experiencing Medieval Vienna – New Approaches towards the Presentation and Interpretation of Invisible Cultural Heritage
Stephan EHGARTER | Silvia RUSSEGGER, Austria: Indexbased Public Portal for Cultural Heritage
Andrea KOSTNER, Austria: “150 Years of the Ringstrasse”
Dieter KSCHWENDT-MICHEL | Gerhard SINDELAR, Austria: Every Object Tells a Story – App-Guiding in the 21st Century
Francesco GABELLONE, Italy: What communication for museums? Experiences and reflections within the project for the virtualization of the Museo Egizio in Turin
Nevena RADOJEVIC; Italy: Looking the Pazzi Chapel’s umbrella vault from its oculus
Abdelkader ABABNEH, Jordan: A Review of current status of presentation and protection approaches at Qusair Amra (Jordan) World heritage site
Zain A. HAJAHJAH | Monther M. JAMHAWI, Jordan: IT-innovation and Technologies transfer to Heritage sites: The Case of Madaba, Jordan
Konstantin HÖBART |Michael KLEIN, Austria | Gilbert SOETERS, The Netherlands: The Roman Maastricht  VR Project
Marino JAÉN ESPINOSA, Republic of Panama: Digital Storytelling of the Perote, a Traditional Festivity Held in Panama
Jochen SCHMID, Germany: The palace facade of Tell Halaf as part of the reconception of the Museum of the Ancient Near East – Material monumentality or virtual multiplicity
Davide PANTILE | Valerio ROSSI, Italy: Magna Carta Rediscovered: enhancing tourism through a travelling multimedia exhibition

Posterpresentation – NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Chair: Peter DORNINGER, Austria

Stefano BERTOCCI | Mattia VENTIMIGLIA, Italy: Augmented Reality for the documentation of Villa Adriana in Tivoli, Rome
Andrea BORRUSO, Italy | Luciano GILIBERTO, Germany: Recycling of techniques and technologies of everyday life for a low-cost archaeological investigation
Carmine CANALETTI | Alessandro CAMIZ, Italy: Reading and designing the area of Lambousa-Karavas, Cyprus: Acheiropoietos monastery
Francesco GABELLONE | Maria Teresa GIANNOTTA, Italy: New data from buried archives: the late Roman mosaic at Otranto
Iacopo GIANNINI | Angela MANCUSO | Mauro MARIOTTINI, Italy: The Church of St. Maria and St. Stefano on the Hill of Pionta, Arezzo –  Italy. Studies, comparisons and hypothetical reconstruction
Lukas GOLDMANN | Rainer KOMP, Germany: Computer aided analyses of large scale geomagnetic surveys
B.J. GROENEWOUDT | R.J. VAN LANEN, The Netherlands: Asking the past for directions: modelling and quantifying route-network persistence in dynamic lowlands
Irmela HERZOG, Germany | Alden YÉPEZ, Ecuador: The impact of the DEM on archaeological GIS studies
Dmitry KARELIN | Yulia KLIMENKO | Serjey KLIMENKO, Russia: The methods and approaches of the scientific 3D-reconstructions of architectural monuments: the research experience in the Moscow Institute of Architecture
Angela MANCUSO | Andrea PASQUALI, Italy: Digital Micro-Photogrammetry: new ways to dialogue with future researchers/ Winner of the 7th Poster-Award
Lucia MARSICANO, Italy: Ebla 3D Project
Jana MINAROVIECH | Margareta MUSILOVA, Slovakia: 3D Reconstructions of Roman buildings from 1st century B.C. on the Celtic Hillfort in Bratislava
Francesca ROSSI, Italy: The Martyrial Church of St. Saturnino in Cagliari

Posterpresentation – CULTURAL HERITAGE
Chair: Wolfgang BÖRNER, Austria

Roberto ATZENI |Valentina NALDINI, Italy | Pablo Rodriguez NAVARRO, Spain: Coastal towers between Spain and Sardinia: proposals for a documentation strategy
Giulia BALDI, Italy: The Romanesque Complex of SS. Trinita’ of Saccargia in Sardinia
Burak BELGE | Züleyha Sara BELGE, Turkey: Integrating Urban Archaeological Resources of Tarsus Historic City Centre (Turkey) into Urban Daily Life
Stefano COLUMBU | Nunzia STANTE | Giulia TUCCINI, Italy: Rethinking musealization for “Sant’Antioco di Bisarcio”: digital survey and 3D printing for one of the major Romanesque churches in Sardinia
Silvia D’ANDREA | Gianluca BELLI, Italy: From Porta alla Croce to Piazza Beccaria – The evolution of Florence from city to Capital
Maja D’HOLLOSY, The Netherlands: Facing the Past – The use of facial reconstructions in connecting people to the past
Stéphane GIRAUDEAU | Andrea LEONARDI, Italy | Teresa Gil PIQUERAS, Spain: When an isolated building becomes a guideline for the urban pattern. The case of “Torrenostra” in Torreblanca, Castellón, Spain
M. HADDAD | S. AIT LYAZIDI | L. BEJJIT | M. EL AMRAOUI | F. BENYAICH | M. HNACH | R. BENSLIMANE | A. BEN-NCER | M. BOUNAKHLA, Morocco: Innovation in the expertise of cultural heritage materials in the south Mediterranean region
H. HASSOUN | S. FOUDEIL | T. LAMHASNI | S. AIT LYAZIDI | M. HADDAD | A. BEN-NCER | A. BONAZZA | N. GHEDINI, Morocco | C. SABBIONI, Italy: Analysis of hazardous PAHs in black crusts deposited on the façades of three ancient monuments of Morocco
Dieter KSCHWENDT-MICHEL | Gerhard SINDELAR, Austria: Every Object Tells a Story – App-Guiding in the 21st Century
Petar PETROV, Bulgaria: Walk Into Tranquility/Winner of the 7th Poster-Award
Tatiana PIGNATALE | Ilenia TRAMENTOZZI, Italy: Anonymous heritage-Integration of technology and visitors’ active involvement as a revaluation method of cultural assets
Natalie YURCHAK, Ukraine: Sensational information on never published before Kiev’s Necropolis by Lyudmila Protsenko from Kievan Rus till today and its importance for the historical cultural heritage

Video Award
Organiser: 7reasons, Austria

Nicola VELLUZZI, Italy: The Invisible of Perspective
M. T. GIANNOTTA | F. GABELLONE | A. DELL’AGLIO, Italy: MARTA tells. Hidden treasures’s virtual stories/Winner of the 4th Video-Award
Vesna LUKIC | Thomas KADOR, UK: Šabac Exile
John FILLWALK, USA: Simulation and Visualization in Cultural Heritage: Recent Projects by IDIA Lab
Perla Gianni FALVO | Silvia FOLCHI | Antonio BARTOLI, Italy: Procession in time through to the splendour of theinterior epiphany
Inna BARTCHAN, Abkhazia/Georgia: Digital preservation of Abkhazian heritage. 3D scanning and modeling experience in Abkhazia/Georgia
YOVID Video+Kommunikation | Dieter KSCHWENDT-MICHEL | Gerhard SINDELAR, Austria: beyondarts – in touch with culture


RFID- Chip Technology in Archaeology (Excavation, Museum and Depository)
Organiser: Ali DARVISH ZADEH, ADIM, Austria

Inari AIS – improving documentation through the use of an information system
Organiser: Stefan KRAUSLER, INARI, Austria

Traces of violence and warfare in archaeological human remains (Workshop in connection with the Session “Discloing the Dead”)
Organisers: Karin WILTSCHKE-SCHROTTA | Michaela BINDER, Austria

Archaeological Geospatial Infrastructures – a fundament for management and collaboration
Organiser: Markus JOBST, Austria