CHNT 21 2016: Urban Archaeology and Data: Re-use and Repurposing of Archaeological and Historical Material and Data
City Hall of Vienna, Austria on November 16-18, 2016
Ever increasing understanding of our primary sources and technological progress have led to higher and higher standards of recording and analysis in archaeological and historical research.
- Preservation and Re-Use of Digital Archaeological Research Data with Open Archival Information Systems
- Digging for the Digital Dividend: Information Systems and Excavation Data
- The Employment of Mobile Applications for Survey, Documentation and Information
- Combining ‘physical’ and ‘digital’ in archaeological practice: collaborative visualisation during excavation
- New realities2: virtual, augmented reality and other techniques in Cultural Heritage for the general public
- 3D reconstruction as an interpretative melting pot of the (art-)historical data
- Photogrammetry in Underwater and Aerial Archaeology
- (Inter)relating to the Dead
- PhD / Master Session
- Long-term preservation and access: Where is an archive for my data?
- The integration between archaeology and history based on ICT
- Target Groups, Users, Followers, Fans – The Nature and Potential of Social Data in Archaeology