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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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Thursday, April 2 • 09:00 - 11:00
9E Moving the focus from “know how” to “know why” 3D modeling cultural heritage

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9:00-9:25
MAURIZIO CATTANI, FLORENCIA DEBANDI, ANDREA FIORINI

3D documenting archaeological excavations: a case study with field operations and some considerations on the Bronze Age nuragic settlement of Tanca Manna (Nuoro - Sardinia)


9:25-9:50
LORENZO TEPPATI LOSÈ

Integrated survey techniques for the study of an archaeological site of medieval Morocco.


9:50-10:15
MARC GRELLERT, MIEKE PFARR-HARFST, PIOTR KUROCZYNSKI, SANDER MÜNSTER

Virtual Reconstruction and Scientific/Academic 3D Models – Fundamental Considerations


10:15-10:40
FEDERICO BUCCELLATI, ERIC KANSA

The Value of Energetic Analysis in Architecture as an Example for Data Sharing


10:40-11:00
MARTIN UNOLD, FREDIE KERN, KAI-CHRISTIAN BRUHN

Annotating instead of Modelling


Moderators
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Bernard Frischer

Professor of Informatics, Indiana University

Speakers
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Marc Grellert

Senior Researcher, Fachgebiet Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie in der Architektur, TU Darmstadt
Dr.-Ing. Marc Grellert teaches in the Department Information and Communication Technology in Architecture at the Technical University of Darmstadt and is co-founder of the company Architectura Virtualis. The focus of his research and work are Virtual Reconstructions, remembrance and conveying of knowledge with the help of digital media as well as development and realization of installations and exhibits for museums.
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Eric Kansa

Program Director, Open Context
Dr. Eric Kansa (PhD, Harvard University) directs Open Context (http://opencontext.org) a data publishing venue for archaeology. His research interests explore web architecture, service design and how these issues relate to the social and professional context of the digital humanities and social sciences. He also researches policy issues relating to intellectual property, including text-mining and cultural property concerns, and actively... Read More →
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Lorenzo TEPPATI LOSÈ

Department of Archaeology and History of Arts, University of Siena, Italy
Linkedin: | it.linkedin.com/in/lorenzoteppati


Thursday April 2, 2015 09:00 - 11:00
Room 14 University of Siena San Niccolò Building

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