15:00 - 15:30 Welcome Addresses - Opening  Ceremony
15:30 - 16:30 Keynote Speaker
John Bintliff, Leiden University, The Netherland
16:30 - 16:50 COFFEE BREAK
16:50 - 18:30 Session #1.1 Session #1.2 Session #1.3
  SS1 - Special Session on Non-invasive systems and techniques for "on site" monitoring and diagnosis - PART I SS15 - Special Session on Artificial intelligence for measurements in cultural heritage - PART I General Session
Paper #1 - ID 716
Effect of Applied Pressure on Patch Resonator-Based Measurements of Moisture Level for Cultural Heritage Materials
Livio D'Alvia, Erika Pittella, Stefano Pisa, Emanuele Piuzzi, Zaccaria Del Prete
Paper #1 - ID 874
Automatic writer recognition in medieval books
Claudio De Stefano, Francesco Fontanella, Claudio Marrocco, Marilena Maniaci, Mario | Molinara, Alessandra Scotto di Freca
Paper #1 - ID 728
Silvana Errico
Paper #2 - ID 738
Multidisciplinary approach for the study of the Ptolemaic coffin of Ankhhapy from the egyptian collection of MANN in Naples
Alessia Volino, Maria Rosaria Barone Lumaga, Paola Cennamo, Giancarlo Fatigati, Giorgio Trojsi
Paper #2 - ID 776
Oracle Bone Inscriptions Recognition Using Deep Learning based on Data Augmentation
Lin Meng
Paper #2 - ID 732
Archeology and archeozoology: the alpine settlement of Orgères (La Thuile-AO, Italy)
Chiara Maria Lebole, Chiara Mascarello, Giorgio Di Gangi
Paper #3 - ID 744
Acoustic Characterization of Outcropping Stratigraphic Units
Andrea Azelio Mencaglia, Ilaria Cacciari, Giorgio Franco Pocobelli, Salvatore Siano
Paper #3 - ID 815
Encoding and simulating the past. A Machine Learning Approach to the Archaeological Information
Marco Ramazzotti
Paper #3 - ID 743
Developing automated digitization system for cultural heritage documentation - case study
Maciej Karaszewski, Eryk Bunsch, Krzysztof Lech, Robert Sitnik
Paper #4 - ID 762
Non-destructive diagnostics of architectonic elements in San Giuseppe Calasanzio’s church in Cagliari: a test-case for micro-geophysical methods within the framework of holistic/integrated protocols for artefact knowledge.
Luca Piroddi, Giulio Vignoli, Antonio Trogu, Gian Piero Deidda
Paper #4 - ID 828
Deep learning for object detection in fine-art paintings
Stanislav Smirnov, Alma Eguizabal
Paper #4 - ID 767
Digital models for archaeological documentation in urban context. 3D surveys in the new underground of Naples (Municipio station)
Cecilia Giorgi, Giovanni Caratelli
Paper #5 - ID 871
Use of Ground Penetrating Radar for Assessing Interconnections between Root Systems of Different Matured Tree Species
Livia Lantini, Rich Holleworth, Daniel Egyir, Iraklis Giannakis, Fabio Tosti, Amir M. Alani
Paper #5 - ID 770
Cultural Heritage Buildings Degradation Simulation
Francisco Serrano, João Serrano, Alexandrino Gonçalves, Carlos Grilo, Nuno Carlos Rodrigues, Virgílio Hipólito-Correia
Paper #5 - ID 872
Problems in Three-Dimensional Measurement of Japanese Kenjutsu Using Existing Sensing Devices
Risako Aoki, Ryusuke Miyamoto
19:00 - 21:00 WELCOME PARTY
09:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speaker
Rodney Ast, University of Heidelberg, Germany
10:00 - 11:40 Session #2.1 Session #2.2 Session #2.3
  SS12 - Special Session on Metrological approaches to the study of ancient and medieval written Heritage - PART I SS3 - Special Session on Integrated Digital Survey Methodologies for the Knowledge and Enhancement of Architectural and Urban - PART I SS15 - Special Session on Artificial intelligence for measurements in cultural heritage - PART II
Paper #1 - ID735
Panorama of writing inks: from late Antiquity to the Middle Ages.
Ira Rabin
Paper #1 - ID 795
Parametric Thinking: Recognizing the "Architectural Formulas" in Cultural Built Heritage by Parametric Digital Modelling
Roberta Spallone, Marco Vitali
Paper #1 - ID 831
e-Tourism: A Context-Aware Framework for Services Dynamic Packaging
Francesco Colace, Fabio Clarizia, Marco Lombardi, Domenico Santaniello, Francesco Pascale, Massimo De Santo
Paper #2 - ID736
The secrets of Herculaneum papyri revealed by synchrotron based techniques: writing and ink composition
Vito Mocella
Paper #2 - ID 764
Spatial Data Analysis in Archaeology: A comparison of two available methods for site location
Rafał Bieńkowski, Marta Lorenzon, Agnieszka Kaliszewska, Krzysztof Leśniewski
Paper #2 - ID 841
Ancient Coin Classification Using Graph Transduction Games
Sinem Aslan, Sebastiano Vascon, Marcello Pelillo
Paper #3 - ID786
Document analysis at AGH University of Science and Technology
Tomasz Lojewski
Paper #3 - ID 835
Assessment of workflows for creating 3D semantic libraries: a study on medieval bell towers in the central region of Sicily
Cettina Santagati, Raissa Garozzo, Melissa Lengies, Graziana D'Agostino, Mariateresa Galizia
Paper #3 - ID 855
Automatic Mosaic Digitalization: a Deep Learning approach to tesserae segmentation
Paper #4 - ID733
Multispectral Imaging at the CSMC: Recovery of Lost Writing
Ivan Shevchuk
Paper #4 - ID 823
Geochemical and petrographic analysis on the stones and integrated digital survey of the Basilica di Sant'Antioco of Bisarcio (Ozieri, Italy)
Stefano Columbu, Marco Lezzerini, Giorgio Verdiani
Paper #4 - ID 859
Enabling Cultural Heritage Analysis by reasoning with figures of speech
Flora Amato, Francesco Moscato, Vincenzo Moscato, Antonio Picariello, Francesco Pascale
Paper #3 - ID 766
Scripta volant: measuring the purple spots biodeterioration of historical parchments by an interdisciplinary approach
Luciana Migliore
  Paper #5 - ID 867
A Double-layer Approach for Historical Documents Archiving
Domenico Santaniello, Francesco Pascale, Marco Lombardi
11:40 - 12:00 COFFEE BREAK
12:00 - 13:20 Session #2.4 Session #2.5 Session #2.6
  SS8 - Special Session on Using multivariate analyses to interpret lithic variability: contributions and limitations SS4 - Special Session on Cultural Heritage: Measurement of Immeasurable Values - PART I SS5 - Special Session on Geomatic Techniques for Integrated 3D Data Acquisition, Metric Validation and Management - PART I
Paper #1 - ID 857
Paula García-Medrano, Nick Ashton, Andreu Ollé
Paper #1 – ID 794
CULTURAL HERITAGE: Values, Approaches, Interpretations.
Magdalena Zmudzinska-Nowak
Paper #1 - 812
Crop marks detection through optical and multispectral imagery acquired by UAV
Vittorio Casella, Marica Franzini, Maria Elena Gorrini
Paper #2 - ID 849
Techno-morphometrical analysis of Central African Middle Stone Age bifacial industry: contributions and limitations of multivariate statistics
Isis Mesfin, Alice Leplongeon, David Pleurdeau, Antony Borel
Paper #2 – ID 746
Using modern techniques of digitalization in popularization of the Upper Silesia Heritage
Krzysztof Herner
Paper #2 - 745
High resolution orthophotos and a digital surface model of the Roman city of Pollentia (Mallorca, Spain) using RPAS imagery, aerial images, and open data archives
Eduard Angelats Company
Paper #3 - ID 866
Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia: technological and quantitative approaches combined
Elena Carletti
Paper #3 – ID 749
Enforced Oblivion. The Heritage Site and it's Intangible Heritage tangled with the Political Narrative and social Memory of the Nations
Beata Piecha-van Schagen
Paper #3 - 873
High-resolution 3D survey and visualization of Mesopotamian artifacts bearing cuneiform inscriptions
Chiara Francolini, Gianni Marchesi, Gabriele Bitelli
Paper #4 - ID 791
Exploring lithic variability using multivariate analysis: a case study from southeastern Ethiopia
Alice Leplongeon
Paper #4 – ID 796
Tools versus Ideas// Methods versus Imagination
Paper #5 - ID 829
3D information management system for the conservation of an old deserted military site
  Paper #4 - 899
Close-range Imagery for Reconstructing Archaeological Findings
Maria Grazia D'Urso, Constantino Luis Marino, Andrea Rotondi
13:20 - 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 - 15:20 Presentation of "DTC Lazio" (Excellence Research and Training Centre for Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage)
15:20 - 17:00 Session #2.7 Session #2.8 Session #2.9
  SS11 - Special Session on Pondera Online: An international network for ancient and byzantine metrology SS3 - Special Session on Integrated Digital Survey Methodologies for the Knowledge and Enhancement of Architectural and Urban - PART II SS2 - Special Session on Full Coverage Geophysical Prospection on Protohistoric and Roman Central Settlements in Italy
Paper #1 - ID 836
Presenting the Pondera Online Project
Charles Doyen
Paper #1 - ID 854
Computational Design for As-Built Modeling of Architectural Heritage in HBIM processes
Stefano Brusaporci, Pamela Maiezza, Alessandra Tata
Paper #1 - 853
Mapping Adriatic Landscapes project: discovering pre-Roman settlements by non-destructive prospecting methods in northern Marche.
Federica Boschi
Paper #2 - ID 840
Weights from the Iberian Peninsula and Southern France (2nd c. BCE – 3rd c. CE)
Lysiane Delanaye
Paper #2 - ID 790
The Building Information Modelling for the documentation of an archaeological site
Ilaria Trizio, Francesca Savini, Alessandro Giannangeli
Paper #2 - 807
Non-invasive survey approaches to pre-Roman settlement centres in central Adriatic Italy
Frank Vermeulen, Wieke de Neef
Paper #3 - ID 845
Ancient commercial weights of Athens: an overview of the corpus
Louise Willocx
Paper #3 - ID 816
Deepening the knowledge of military architecture in an urban context through digital representations integrated with geophysical surveys. The city walls of Cagliari (Italy)
Andrea Pirinu, Roberto Balia, Luca Piroddi, Antonio Trogu, Marco Utzeri, Giulio Vignoli
Paper #3 - 806
Urban survey on abandoned Roman sites: integrating archaeological geophysics and other topographic approaches in central-Adriatic Italy
Frank Vermeulen
Paper #4 - ID 863
Sources for the study of the players involved in the production and uses of Roman weights (Ist c. B.C.–III c. C.E.).
Damien Delvigne
Paper #4 - ID 850
Documentation systems for a urban renewal proposal in developing territories: the digitalization project of Bethlehem Historical Center
Sandro Parrinello, Francesca Picchio, Raffaella De Marco
Paper #4 - 771
Integrated geophysical survey to reconstruct historical landscape in undug areas of the Roman ancient town of Nora, Cagliari, Italy
Luca Piroddi, Francesco Loddo, Sergio Vincenzo Calcina, Antonio Trogu, Martina Cogoni, Gaetano Ranieri
  Paper #5 - ID 900
Integrated BIM-GIS system for the enhancement of urban heritage
Marco Saccucci, Assunta Pelliccio
Paper #5 - 805
Falerii Novi and Interamna Lirenas (Lazio, Italy) – the impact of high resolution Ground-Penetrating Radar survey on understanding Roman cities
Frank Vermeulen, Lieven Verdonck, Martin Millett, Alessandro Launaro
17:00 - 17:20 COFFEE BREAK
17:20 - 18:40 Session #2.10 Session #2.11 Session #2.12
  SS5 - Special Session on Geomatic Techniques for Integrated 3D Data Acquisition, Metric Validation and Management - PART II SS4 - Special Session on Cultural Heritage: Measurement of Immeasurable Values - PART II SS1 - Special Session on Non-invasive systems and techniques for "on site" monitoring and diagnosis - PART II
Paper #1 - 731
Public Archaeology and Open Data: a New Deal for Supporting and Interpreting Excavations
Giorgio Di Gangi, Enrico Borgogno Mondino, Chiara Maria Lebole
Paper #1 – ID 898
The Museo dell’Arte della Lana in Stia : Culture and tradition of wool-making
Emma Paola Angelini, Andrea Gori
Paper #1 - ID 752
Photogrammetric survay to support Non Destructive Tests at St. Alexander Catacombs in Rome
Marialuisa Mongelli, Irene Bellagamba, Paola Calicchia, Antonio Perozziello, Samuele Pierattini, Angelo Tatì, Giovanni Bracco, Silvio Migliori, Andrea Quintiliani
Paper #2 - 839
Paper #2 – ID 748
“The loop of history and art – how reinterpretation creates relations?”
jerzy wojewodka, julia maria gizewska
Paper #2 - ID 803
Frequency Domain Analysis of the Minerva Medica Temple by means of the Motion Magnification Methodology
Vincenzo Fioriti
Paper #3 - 851
3D Survey and Modelling of the Main Portico of the Cathedral of Monreale
Donatella Ebolese
Paper #3 – ID 861
Industrial heritage between identity and conflicts: analysis and possibilities for the industrial village of Rosignano Solvay in Tuscany
Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, Stefania Landi, Sonia Paone, Giulia Zanaboni
Paper #3 - ID 834
Non-Destructive Survey Systems on Masonry: The Case of the Walls in the Archaeological Site of Canne della Battaglia
Eduardo Caliano, Carmine Napoli, Nicolino Messuti, Rosangela Faieta
Paper #4 - 832
Geomatic techniques for surveying and mapping an archaeological site
Michele Mangiameli
Paper #4 – ID 753
Emptiness as a testimony of an orphaned heritage.
Karolina Chodura
Paper #4 - ID 837
Structural Health Monitoring System for Masonry Historical Constructions
Francesco Lamonaca, Domenico Luca Carnì, Saverio Porzio, Renato Sante Olivito, Carmelo Scuro
Paper #5 - 852
Pre-Bonifica maps of the Agro Pontino: an assessment
Valerio Baiocchi
Paper #5 – ID 785
Vernacular immeasurable heritage - searching for uniqueness in the old way of building
Elzbieta Agnieszka Rdzawska-Augustin
Paper #5 - ID 875
Archaeometry of low density with low energy using X-ray radiography and microtomography
Ricardo Tadeu Lopes
20:30 - 23:00 GALA DINNER
09:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speaker
Anna Maria Mercuri, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
10:00 - 11:40 Session #3.1 Session #3.2 Session #3.3
  General Session
DEMO SESSION SS12 - Special Session on Metrological approaches to the study of ancient and medieval written Heritage - PART II  
Paper #1 - ID 897
In situ corrosion monitoring campaign of a weathering steel urban building
Elisabetta Di Francia, Andrea Bussetto, Tilde de Caro, Marco Parvis, Emma Angelini, Sabrina Grassini
DEMO1 - Reflectance Transformation Imaging
Tomasz Łojewski

DEMO2 - Microfading tests
Tomasz Łojewski
Paper #1 - ID757
Parchment disinfection treatment by ionizing radiation
Monia Vadrucci, Cristina Cicero, Fabio Borgognoni, Gabriele Ceres, Luciana Migliore, Fulvio Mercuri, Noemi Orazi, Stefano Paoloni, Nicoletta Perini, Alessandro Rubechini
Paper #2 - ID 862
Looking for the full scan: S. Zenone chapel
Marco Carpiceci, Andrea Angelini
Paper #2 - ID864
Revealing metals inside a roman ink from a cemetery of the Roman city of Este – 1st century A.D.
Mirta Sibilia
Paper #3 - ID 833
DOC: A Dictionary of Occitan based on Ontology formalism
Francesco Colace, Sabrina Galano, Nicoletta Gagliardi, Domenico Santaniello, Francesco Pascale, Marco Lombardi
Paper #3 - ID747
A signature of Pomponio Leto in the Oratory of SS. Annunziata in Cori (Latina)? The contribution of high-definition laser scanner in the study of scratched inscriptions (graffiti)
Giovanni Caratelli
Paper #4 - ID 781
I-MEDIA-CITIES: Automatic Metadata Enrichment of Historic Media Content
Alexander Loos, Christian Weigel
Paper #5 - ID759
Study of ancient egyptian artefacts by non-destructive laser-based techniques
Luisa Caneve
11:40 - 12:00 COFFEE BREAK
12:00 - 13:00 POSTER SESSION
13:00 - 14:10 LUNCH
14:10 - 14:30 AWARD CEREMONY
14:30 - 16:10 Session #3.4 Session #3.5 Session #3.6
  SS16 - Special Session on Non-Destructive Analytical Approaches applied to the Study of Ancient Stone Materials SS6 - Special Session on Archaeopalynology for the reconstruction of environmental and cultural landscapes General Session
Paper #1 -773
Between the sea and the river: Geochemical characterization of the obsidian artefacts from Mahal Teglinos (Kassala, Sudan), 4th - 2nd millennia BC
Giulio Lucarini, Donatella Barca, Andrea Manzo
Paper #1 - 811
Palynology narrates climate, environment and society changes in the human history
Alessia Masi
Paper #1 - ID 769
On the suppression of mixed Gaussian and impulsive noise in color images
Damian Kusnik, Bogdan Smolka
Paper #2 - 813
Petrographic and geochemical characterization of white marbles from San Francesco da Paola’s portal (CS-Italy)
Stefania Bosco, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Andrea Macchia, Michela Ricca, Donatella Barca
Paper #2 - 856
Reconstruction of mosaic landscapes in the Balearic Islands, Western Mediterranean
Gabriel Servera-Vives, Llorenç Picornell-Gelabert
Paper #2 - ID 877
The Environmental Monitoring Campaign of the Museum of the Faculty of Archaeology of the Sohag University (Egypt)
Ahmed Elsayed, Luca Lombardo, Marco Parvis, Emma Angelini, Sabrina Grassini
Paper #3 - 830
Characterization and wheathering of archaeological glasses from late antique Sicily
Anna Maria Gueli, Stefania Pasquale, Davide Tanasi, Stephan Hassam, Quentin Lemasson, Brice Moignard, Claire Pacheco, Laurent Pichon, Giuseppe Stella, Giuseppe Politi
Paper #3 - 808
The “Vasca Inferiore di Noceto”: palynological data for the reconstruction of the Po Plain landscape in the Bronze Age
Eleonora Clò, Marta Bandini Mazzanti, Paola Torri, Rossella Rinaldi, Maria Chiara Montecchi, Anna Maria Mercuri, Mauro Cremaschi
Paper #3 - ID 901
Measuring and leveling roman aqueducts to estimate their flows
Valerio Baiocchi, Claudio Alimonti, Giorgia Bonanotte, Gabor Molnar
Paper #4 - 896 - Montuori
An integrated approach for the study of the masories evidence in Santa Maria in Padovetere archaeological site (Ferrara)
Manlio Montuori
Paper #4 - 884
Archeobotanical investigations in the ancient city of Gonfienti, Italy (Bronze Age, Iron Age)
Francesco Ciani, Davide Attolini, Cristina Bellini, Miria Mori Secci, Tiziana Gonnelli, Pasquino Pallecchi, Marta Mariotti Lippi
Paper #4 - ID 802
Analysis of items recommendations methods for heritage sites
Wael Jradi
Paper #5 - 810
The archaeometric approach applied to pottery artefacts: the case-study of Vibo Valentia finds (Southern Italy)
Natalia Rovella, Donatella Barca, Gino Mirocle Crisci, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Francesco Cuteri, Maria Teresa Iannelli, Paola Vivacqua
Paper #5 - 890
Woodland-use in Tyrrhenian southern Tuscany during the Middle Ages (mid-7th-13th century AD)
Mauro Paolo Buonincontri
Paper #4 - ID 869
Indoor geolocation based on earth magnetic field
Salim Alioua
    Paper #6 - 844
Palynological approach to reconstruct cultural landscape evolution: case studies from South Italy
Assunta Florenzano
16:10 - 16:30 COFFEE BREAK  
16:30 - 17:50 Session #3.7 Session #3.8 Session #3.9
  SS9 - Special Session on Dating and Provenance of Ancient Artifacts: Methods, Applications and Future Perspectives SS13 - Special Session on Measuring in the past: ancient instruments SS7 - Special Session on Technological information and learning patterns in pottery production  
Paper #1 - 825
Three kilns from Catalonia and general considerations on archaeomagnetic dating
Lluís Casas, Albert Egea, Anna Anglisano, Carlota Auguet, Marc Prat, Josep Burch
Paper #1 - 779
Rings, Armillae and Other Spherical Instruments. The representation of the Sky in three dimensions
Giancarlo Truffa
Paper #1 - 740
The Emergence of Pottery in the Middle Nile Valley: Technology and Function of Early Holocene Complexes from Sudan
Giulia D'Ercole, Elena A. A. Garcea
Paper #3 - 817
Provenance of marbles from Baths of Nero (Pisa, Italy)
Marco Lezzerini, Germana Sorrentino, Stefano Columbu, Claudia Rizzitelli, Maria Letizia Gualandi
Paper #2 - 878
The Jacquard Loom between Science and Technology
Emma Paola Angelini, Andrea Gori
Paper #2 - 792
Setting the technological patterns in the Neolithic pottery production of central Apulia
Italo Maria Muntoni, Martina Torre, Giacomo Eramo
Paper #4 - 772
Archaeomagnetic dating of two baked clay structures excavated at Libarna, Northern Italy
Evdokia Tema, Enzo Ferrara, Alessandro Quercia, Barbara Strano, Simone Giovanni Lerma
Paper #3 - 883
Curioni and the experimental measurements on the strength of materials in the Scuola di Applicazione per gli Ingegneri of Turin
Margherita Bongiovanni, Federica Stella, Mauro Borri-Brunetto
Paper #3 - 793
Exploring the function of Neolithic underground ovens through an integrate methodology
Cecilia Conati Barbaro, Vanessa Forte, Giacomo Eramo, Chiara La Marca, Italo Maria Muntoni
    Paper #4 - 783
Spatial data analysis for the study of clay distribution in Crete during minoan times.
Rafał Bieńkowski, Joanna Szarkowska, Agnieszka Kaliszewska
17:50 - 18:00 CLOSING CEREMONY
SS1 751
Hipotesys of virtual reconstruction for the Sphinxes Frieze at the Forum of Trajan in Rome
Samuele Pierattini, Marialuisa Mongelli, Irene Bellagamba, Beatrice Calosso, Luciano De Martino, Antonio Perozziello, Daniele Visparelli, Giovanni Bracco, Andrea Quintiliani, Silvio Migliori, Marina Milella, Lucrezia Ungaro
Use of the transmissibility function H for ambient vibration measurements of an archeological building
Ivan Roselli, Vincenzo Fioriti, Gerardo De Canio
Compensating for Density Effect in Permittivity-Based Moisture Content Measurements on Historic Masonry Materials
Emanuele Piuzzi, Erika Pittella, Stefano Pisa, Andrea Cataldo, Egidio De Benedetto, Giuseppe Cannazza, Paolo D'Atanasio, Alessandro Zambotti, Livio D'Alvia, Zaccaria Del Prete
WENDY: a Wireless Environmental Monitoring Device Prototype
Livio D'Alvia, Zaccaria Del Prete
Comparison between Routing Protocols for Wide Archeological Site
Fabio Leccese
The ARCHAEO TRACK Project: Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar for Preventive Conservation of Buried Archaeology Towards the Development of a Virtual Museum
Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, Andrea Benedetto, Fabio Tosti
SS3 722
A 3D topographic network for the study and maintenance of the Insula III of Herculaneum
Andrea D'Andrea, Antonella Coralini, Angela Bosco, Andrea Fiorini, Rosario Valentini
The digital surface model processing for detection and mapping of preparatory sketches for frescoes.
Jakub Markiewicz, Magdalena Pilarska, Agnieszka Kaliszewska, Rafał Bieńkowski
Integrated geomatic survey and virtual reality navigation engines for the historical-architectural analysis. The paradigmatic case of a "Modern Age" fortification: the Old Medicean Fortress in Livorno.
Andrea Piemonte, Denise Ulivieri, Federico Capriuoli, Gabriella Caroti, Stefano Bennati
Stone artefacts from the Roman age in Southern Latium. Data management and mapping of the 'VW-Stiftung' DAI Rome Image colletion
Gianluca De Rosa, Eugenio Polito
SS4 719
3d Photomodelling Techniques and Use of Drone. The Case of the Middle Valley of Sinni (Southern Basilicata, Italy)
Valentino Vitale
Conservation Framework Research for Sui Daxing and Tang Chang’an City Site
Yuan Yue, Wei Di
Eltoukhy Kamal AHMED
SS5 763
TLS and photogrammetry for 3D modelling of a low relief: case study of ancient archive, Palazzo Bo, Padua
Andrea Masiero, Alberto Guarnieri, Francesca Fissore, Marco Piragnolo, Francesco Pirotti, Antonio Vettore
Quality Assessment of 3D Models Generated Through Photogrammetry and Google Tango Project for Archeological Applications
Nima Zarrinpanjeh, Nima Akhavan, Navid Bafkar
Monitoring of shoreline: UAV and ROV
Antonino Fotia
Mapping of archaeological evidences and 3D models for the historical reconstruction of archaeological sites
Maria Grazia D'Urso, Ester Corsi, Cristina Corsi
3D modelling of Templo de Debod (Madrid, Spain)
CALIMANUT IONUT CIRA, María Teresa Fernández Pareja
SS7 727
Intertwining technical identities : new data on the the Halaf-Ubaid Transition in northern Mesopotamia and the northern Levant
Johnny Samuele Baldi
Metrological aspects in the Nubian pottery from the collection of the University of Cassino and Southern Latium
Bruna Maria Andreoni
SS12 864
Revealing metals inside a roman ink from a cemetery of the Roman city of Este – 1st century A.D.
Mirta Sibilia
SS15 737
Comparison analysis of three 3D models of the Paleolithic wooden point from the Ljubljanica River
Enej Guček Puhar, Miran Erič, Katja Kavkler, Anja Cramer, Kristijan Celec, Lidija Korat, Aleš Jaklič, Franc Solina
Semi-Suppervised GAN for the Restoration of Historical Japanese named Mokkan
Kha Cong Nguyen
Writer identification in medieval manuscripts with deep neural network
Alessandro Bria, Nicole Dalia Cilia, Claudio De Stefano, Francesco Fontanella, Claudio Marrocco, Mario Molinara, Alessandra Scotto Di Freca, Francesco Tortorella
GEN 799
Spatial analysis of the Khartoum Variant Site 8-B10C (8th-6th mill. BC) at Sai Island (Sudan): Preliminary results
Elena A. A. Garcea, Vincenzo Spagnolo
ARCA 2.0: Automatic Recognition of Color for Archaeology through a Web-Application
Filippo Luigi Maria Milotta, Camillo Quattrocchi, Filippo Stanco, Davide Tanasi, Stefania Pasquale, Anna Maria Gueli
SS14 885
Micro-Raman investigation of corrosion products of Cu base alloy coins from Tiber River (Rome)
Tilde De Caro
SS11 887
Pondera et metra exaequare. On the relations between weight(s) and volume(s) in the Roman and Greek world.
Carla Cioffi
SS9 827
Bleaching degree evaluation for quartz fractions of different size extracted from historical mortars
Anna Maria Gueli, Stefania Pasquale, Giuseppe Stella