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Official schedule of the CAA 2015 Siena Conference, held from March, 30th to April, 3rd in Siena, Italy.
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Wednesday, April 1 • 11:30 - 13:30
9A Towards a Theory of Practice in Applied Digital Field Methods

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11:30-11:55

MATTEO SORDINI, FRANCESCO BROGI, STEFANO CAMPANA
3D recording of archaeological excavation: the case of study of Santa Marta, Tuscany, Italy.


11:55-12:20

LUCA BEZZI, ALESSANDRO BEZZI, RUPERT GIETL, GIANLUCA FONDRIEST, GIUSEPPE
NAPONIELLO, MATTIA SEGATA
Professional archaeology: innovations and best practices in digital methodologies. Through an Open Research


12:20-12:45

SAMANTHA STOUT

Cyberarchaeology and interdisciplinary collaboration – A critical analysis of the adoption of digital technologies in archaeology in the case of CISA3 fieldwork in Jordan


12:45-13:10

COLLEEN MORGAN

The Death (and Afterlife) of Archaeological Photography

 

13:10-13:30

ERIK KJELLMAN, ANJA ROTH NIEMI

Lens distortion: perspectives on reflexivity and interpretation in digital field archaeology. Case studies from Northern Norway


Moderators
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Nicolo Dell unto

Associate Professor, Lund University

Speakers
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Francesco BROGI

University of Siena
Francesco Brogi, member of Laboratory of Landscape Archeology and Remote Sensing (LAP&T) of the University of Siena, is a PHD student in Medieval Archeology. His research interests are related to Archeology of Architecture (structures and techniques from late antiquity to medieval period), and Archeological mapping, with a particular attention on GIS and 3D solutions. He is currently part of the excavation projects of Pava and Santa Marta, as... Read More →
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Erik Kjellman

GIS-supervisor, Tromsø University Museum
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Matteo SORDINI

universita di siena - dip archeologia
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Samantha Stout

Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3), University of California, San Diego
Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, specialization in Cultural Heritage Diagnostics. My doctoral work has focused on analytical challenges for the identification of pigments in artifacts of cultural heritage and archaeology. I come from an interdisciplinary research group at the University of California, San Diego and have spent 3 years doing field research in Florence, Italy and Sicily. Now seeking a post-doctoral opportunity!


Wednesday April 1, 2015 11:30 - 13:30
Room G University of Siena San Niccolò Building

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