Monday 18 June (room C126)
Registration and coffee
Welcome from the Head of the Institute of Archaeology and Ancient History (Prof. Martin Hansson)
Welcome from the director of the CDH (Prof. Julian Richards, University of York)
Acquiring processing and visualizing
Session Chair: Dr Nicolò Dell’Unto
Bell T., Ireland T. Digital Ruins: practice-led research into material-digital relations, University of Canberra
Hadley D., Moreland J., Maddock S., Leach M, Butterworth C., Mackinder R., Bax N. 3D technology and urban regeneration: a case-study from Sheffield, UK, University of Sheffield
Lindgren S., Larsson C., Using 3d-technology to enhance communication of artwork in museums. Lund University
Bura M., Janowski J., Zieba K., Wezyk P. Virtual Gross Sobrost, University of Warsaw
Session Chair:Prof Julian Richards; Prof Isto Huvila
KeyNote Prof Anne Marie Leander Touati, “3D web archives and knowledge production: a case study from the Swedish Pompeii project”
Nishanbaev I., Champion E., Rahaman H., Bekele M. Integrating 3d Models and GIS for Digital Cultural Heritage, Curtin University
Campanaro M. D. Best explanation, better archiving, good reuse. Lund University
Jensen P. The Archaeo Framework: Integrating 3D Spatial Data in Archaeological Field Recording.
Piccoli C. The advantages and disadvantages of rule-based 3D modelling for reusability and long term access of 3D archaeological reconstructions, Leiden University
Demetrescu E., Ferdani D. An integrated workflow between stratigraphic recording and 3D modelling aimed at archaeological documentation and dissemination: the Onde Marine excavation (Necropolis of Banditaccia in Cerveteri - Italy), CNR Italy
Cooper C., The creation of a soundscape: repurposing visual models, University of York
Tuesday 19 June (room C126)
Session Chair: Dr Nicolò Dell’Unto
KeyNote Prof Patricia Lulof, University of Amsterdam, Living in the Past. Reconstructing Etruscan houses in 3D.
Valle J. M., Rodríguez A. Improving the utility and the attractiveness of cultural databases by means of 3D models generated from nonspecific sources.
3D archives and reuse
Session Chair: Dr Karsten Lambers; Prof Jens-Bjørn Riis Andresen; Dr Giacomo Landeschi
Huvila I. To 3D is to Classify: Bringing Knowledge Organisation Theorising to the World of Archiving of the Third Dimension. Uppsala University
Opgenhaffen L., Hilditch J., Jeffra C., Power to the people: 3D archives for exploring ancient ceramic technology, University of Amsterdam
Gattiglia G., Dubbini N., Dellepiane M., Richards J. Development and analysis of 3D reference collections from archaeological archives: first results from ArchAIDE. University of Pisa - MAPPA Lab, CNR - ISTI,University of York (ADS)
Polig M., Hermon S., Sorrentino G., Modafferi S. GRAVITATE - an integrated approach for the study of dispersed cultural collections based on semantic and geometric tools. The Cyprus Institute
Landeschi G., Archiving the submerged Past: 3D geodatabase solutions for underwater archaeology, Lund University
Barmpoutis A., Bozia E. The Second Life of World Heritage: 3D digitization, new physicalities, and the multi-layered nature of a digital object. University of Florida
Twining L., Digital Archiving Methods for 3D Heritage Media: A Case Study on 360° VR Materials of Korean Heritage Sites. Academy of Korean Studies in Seongnam,South Korea
Lercari N. Sustainable 3D Data Curation using Virtual Reality and Digital Collections. University of California, Merced.
Vecchione A. Displaying an invisible aqueduct: 3D models for research, safeguarding and storytelling. PhD student, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Unviersità di Roma, La Sapienza
Discussion and Close
VR DEMO (LUX building)
Wednesday 20 June
CARARE Workshop (room C126) to access the program click here, for joining the workshop please register through this link.