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Tuesday, September 29 • 10:00 - 11:00
T5 Poster Session (I)

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11 - Anders Hast and Andrea Marchetti
Stereo Visualisation of Historical Aerial Photos: A Valuable Digital Heritage Research Tool

50 - Oscar Jesús Cosido Cobos, Leticia Terán, Oscar Ruiz, Jesús Manuel Sendino, Massimiliano Campi, Raffaele Catuogno, Nuria García Gutierrez and Elena Martin
Latorre3D Tour Through University Spaces for the Management and Dissemination of the Cultural Heritage of the University of Cantabria

70 - Mauro Ceconello, Alessandra Spagnoli, Davide Spallazzo and Umberto Tolino
Playing Design. Mobile Serious Games to Valorize Design Culture in the Urban Space

240 - Franc Zakrajsek and Vlasta Vodeb
Reuse of Europeana Metadata for Geo-location Services

242 - Daria Hookk, Nikita Pikov, Maxim Rumyantsev, Maria Vishnyakova and Inna Kizhner
Touching an Ancient Stone: 3D Modeling and Augmented Reality Techniques for a Collection of Petroglyphs from the State Hermitage Museum

246 - Edeltraud Aspöck, Matthias Kucera, Karin Kopetzky, Barbara Horejs, Wolfgang Neubauer and Manfred Bietak
A Puzzle in 4D: Digital Preservation and Reconstruction of an Egyptian Palace

275 - Camelia Raluca Barbulescu and Raluca Zaharia
The Bethlen Castle of Boiu – a Digital Renaissance. A Lost Renaissance Castle of Transylvania Virtually Reconstructed

308 - Glen Muschio, Jichen Zhu and Aroutis Foster
Revitalizing Peale’s Museum as a Digital Interactive Learning Environment

310 - Carlos Carpetudo and Gonçalo Lopes
The old Parish Church of Montemor-o-Novo in the 16th century – a Manuelino Example and its Virtual Reconstruction

314 - Elena Ippoliti and Michele Calvano
Visual Technologies and Virtual Restoration. The Foro Mussolini (1939-1941) by Oriolo Frezzotti in Littoria, Latina (Italy)

319 - Sven Ubik, Jiří Navrátil, Jiří Melnikov and Zdeněk Trávníček
Remote Access to 3D Models of Cultural Heritage

321 - Mathieu Lejeune, Sabine Berger and Eduard Antaluca
The 3D Modelling of the Spire of Senlis Cathedral

326 - Oscar Jesús Cosido Cobos, Pedro Sarabia, Leticia Terán, Óscar Ruiz, Diego Arévalo Casuso, Diana Vega Almazán and Esteban Sainz Vidal
Virtual Documentation of Different Structures in the Urban Archaeological Site of Velarde Square in Santander

340 - Ángel-Luis García-Fernández, Andrés Molina-Aguilar, Carlos-Javier Ogayar-Anguita and Manuel Molinos-Molinos
Developing a Flexible Web-based System for Documenting Archaeological Excavations

Moderators
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Juan Carlos Torres

DigitalHERITAGE 2015 Chair and Prof. of Computer Science & Director Virtual Reality Lab, University of Granada

Speakers
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Edeltraud Aspöck

Post-doc researcher, ÖAW OREA
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Carlos Carpetudo

Morbase - Município de Montemor-o-Novo / Cromeleque
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Oscar Cosido

Universidad de Cantabria
Research in 3D Modeling and Artificial Intelligence Hibridation
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Ángel Luis García Fernández

Universidad de Jaén
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Mathieu Lejeune

PhD Student in History of Art, Sorbonne Universités
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Glen Muschio

Associate Professor, Drexel University
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Sven Ubik

Researcher, CESNET
Sven Ubik received his MSc and Dr in Computer Science from the Czech Technical University. He is currently a senior researcher in CESNET and the head of the research group Technologies for network applications. He has created a Network Visualization Lab in collaboration with the Czech... Read More →
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Mariia Vishniakova

student, Siberian Federal University
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Franc Zakrajsek

Franc J. Zakrajsek is a senior researcher and independent consultant in geographic information systems, GIS portals, GIS web services, digital cultural content, registering cultural heritage and building interoperability frameworks. He is acting as a member of Member's states expert... Read More →


Tuesday September 29, 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Parque de las Ciencias - Cine3 Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada

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