Konferencja AARG/EARSeL (archeologia lotnicza, teledetekcja). Program już dostępny.

Już pojutrze (21 września 2011) rusza wspólna, międzynarodowa konferencja AARG (Aerial Archeology Research Group) i EARSeL (European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories) pt. „AMBITIONS AND REALITIES. Remote Sensing for Archaeology, Research and Conservation. Gospodarzem spotkania jest Instytut Prehistorii Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza. Program jest już dostępny na stronie internetowej konferencji. Jego skrócona forma jest zamieszczona poniżej. Natomiast pełna książka konferencyjna (razem z abstraktami) dostępna jest TUTAJ (PDF). Zyczę miłej lektury i oby takich konferencji w Polsce było coraz więcej.


21 September 2011
9.00 – 9.30     REGISTRATION and COFFEE
9.30 – 10.15     AARG AGM
10.20      Welcome and official opening of conference
10.50 – 13.05     Flights into the past: from photo-interpretation to LiDAR  elaboration and
virtual reconstruction – Chair: Michael Doneus
10.55     The Boyne Valley Landscapes Project – Steve Davis, Conor Brady, Will Megarry and Kevin Barton.
11.25      Above to below: substantiating remote sensing datasets to characterise the Aquileian
Landscape – Arianna Traviglia
11.50      Pounds, Puffins and Point clouds: Using integrated survey to explore the deep prehistory of Skomer Island, west Wales – Toby Driver, Louise Barker and Oliver Davis
12.15      Integrated Earth observation methods: studies and results of the ITACA Mission (2007-10) –
Nicola Masini, Rosa Lasaponara, Enzo Rizzo and Giuseppe Orefici
12.40     Settlement and Landscape around the Sacred Mountain of Říp Project (2006 – 2010):  Methods, Data, Results – Martin Gojda
13.05 – 14.00     LUNCH
14.00 – 15.30     Aerial Archaeology and Remote Sensing in Poland – Chair: Nicola Masini
14.00     Aerial archaeology and remote sensing in Poland – progress and prospects – Włodek Rączkowski
14.25     Balloon and kite photogrammetry techniques of documentation in the protection and  promotion of archaeological heritage – Agnieszka Oniszczuk-Rakowska, Agnieszka Niemirka, Michał Bugaj, Miron Bogacki and Wiesław Małkowski
14.50  Order and complementarity of remote sensing techniques in non-destructive
archaeological investigation: A case study from western Lesser Poland. – Roman Brejcha, Piotr Wroniecki and Michał Pisz
15.20 – 15.50     COFFEE
15.50 – 17.30     News and views from around Europe – Chair: Ioana Oltean
15.50     Interdisciplinary researches over the Palaeolithic from the Intorsura Buzaului Depression,  Carpathians – Marian Cosac, George Murătoreanu and Alexandru Radu
16.15     PORTIVA – an update from Belgium – René Pelegrin, Luc Corthouts, Marc Lodewijckx and Tom Debruyne
16.40     Satellite assisted archaeological survey in the Silvretta Alps: the first steps – Karsten Lambers and Igor Zingman
17.05     From an EULandscape to an ArchaeoLandscape:  non-destructive archaeological research in Baranya County, Hungary, 2005-2011 – Gábor Bertók
17.30 – 18.30     Messy landscapes? LiDAR and practice of landscape – Dimitrij Mlekuž

22 September 2011

9.00 – 10.30     Remote sensing applications in infrastructure and development projects – for conservation, management and risk monitoring – Chair: Rosa Lasaponara
9.05      The use of ‚aerial’ information in future approaches to archeologia preventiva in Italy –
Stefano Campana
9.30     On the use of remote sensing for monitoring archaeological looting issues –  Nicola Masini and Rosa Lasaponara
10.00     Multi-temporal high resolution satellite images for the study and monitoring of an ancient Mesopotamian city and its surrounding landscape: the case of Ur – G. Di Giacomo and G. Scardozzi
10.30 – 11.00     COFFEE
11.00 – 12.50     Sharing understanding and experience: creating conditions for international or  interdisciplinary exchange and cooperation – how collaborations can benefit  remote sensing – Chair: Anthony Beck
11.05     An archaeology method store – Anthony Beck and David Stott
11.30     Head in the Clouds: Improving knowledge by engaging with the web – David Stott
11.55     Using Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) within the ArchaeoLandscapes Project – Anthony Corns
12:30 – 12:50     Progress in Aero-photographical Archaeology in China
12.50 – 13.50     LUNCH
13.50 – 15.40     ‚Crossover studies’: learning from comparisons and combinations of remote sensing (and other) techniques – Chair: Kevin Barton and Conor Brady
13.55    A Tale of Two Mounds: Integrating LiDAR and Multi-method Geophysical Survey in Investigations on Rathcroghan Mound and the Hill of Slane, Ireland – Kevin Barton, Conor Brady and Matthew Seaver
14.20     From the Ground Up: Multi-method survey and excavation at Rossnaree, Brú na Bóinne WHS, Ireland. – Conor Brady and Kevin Barton
14.45     Pushing the Sensors: developing techniques for linking aerial and terrestrial remote sensing – Rebecca Bennett, Kate Welham, Ross A Hill and Andrew Ford
15.10     The DART project: Improving the science underpinning archaeological detection. – Anthony Beck, David Stott, Doreen Boyd, Chris Gaffney, Daniel Boddice, Anthony Cohn, Robert Fry, Nicole Metje, Laura Pring and Keith Wilkinson
15.40 – 16.10     COFFEE
16.10 – 16.20      Progress in Aero-photographical Archaeology in China
16.20 – 17.40      From Landscape to Lostscape – Dominic Powesland
20.30      Informal session – Chair: Axel Posluschny

23 September 2011

9.00 – 11.00      Working with LiDAR – new challenges – Chair: Geert Verhoeven
9.05     Towards an advanced DTM generation in wooded areas for archaeological prospection –
M. Doneus, C. Briese, A. Klimczyk  and G. Verhoeven
9.30     The effect of airborne LiDAR pulse density and smoothing on interpretation of digital terrain models – results from an experimental study – Ole Risboel
9.55     Automatic detection of historical pits in LiDAR data – Oeivind Due Trier and Lars Holger Piloe
10.30 – 11.00     COFFEE
11.00 – 12.50     Working with LiDAR – new projects and results – Chair: Geert Verhoeven
11.05     Using LiDAR for archaeological survey – fitting for purpose – Simon Crutchley
11.30     Ambitions and realities of the airborne LiDAR prospection project in Baden-Württemberg, Germany – Ralf Hesse
11.55     Skellig Michael, Ireland: High resolution LiDAR supporting conservation and research at a World Heritage Site – Robert Shaw
12.20     The Potential of archaeological landscape survey through ALS/LiDAR in the Czech Republic Project – Martin Gojda, Jan John and Lenka Starková
12.50 – 13.50     LUNCH
13.50 – 15.30     Mapping sites and landscapes – Chair: Rog Palmer
13.50     Mapping by matching – A computer vision-based approach to fast and accurate georeferencing of archaeological aerial photographs – G. Verhoeven  and M. Doneus
14.15     Researching ancient agrarian landscapes in western Estonia – Helena Kaldre
14.40     ARMS RACE – an archeological remote sensing project in Hungary – Máté Stibrányi, Gergely Padányi-Gulyás, László Reményi and Gábor Mesterházy
15.05     Ostia: exploration, interpretation and understanding – Hanna Stöger
15.30 – 16.00     COFFEE
16.00 – 17.40     Documenting and understanding landscape – Chair: Rebecca Bennett
16.00     Reconstructing ritual landscapes on the Yorkshire Wolds – recent work – Peter Halkon
16.25     Use of historical imagery for reconstructing the urban and agricultural landscapes of ancient Khuzestan (SW Iran) – Jan Walstra
16.50     Aerial archaeological sites as reference points of hydrological models in alluvial zones – Zoltán Czajlik
17.15  Zimmermann 1917-2011: Integration of historical aerial photography and landscape research – Wouter Gheyle, Rebekka Dossche, Jean Bourgeois, Veerle Van Eetvelde and
Birger Stichelbaut
19.00 – 23.00     CONFERENCE DINNER

22 myśli w temacie “Konferencja AARG/EARSeL (archeologia lotnicza, teledetekcja). Program już dostępny.

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