AARG
Aerial Archaeology Research Group
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Historic maps and imagery for modern scientific applications

International Conference:

Historic maps and imagery for modern scientific applications

What kind of data sources, i.e. historic maps, aerial and terrestrial
images, classic paintings or old maps, are available to address current day research objectives?

The conference serves as a platform for scientists of various
disciplines who employ historic maps and/or imagery for their research: Archaeologists utilizing historic aerial imagery for mapping of surface features, Historians working on terrestrial and urbanistic developments as well as Geoscientists quantifying landscape evolution from historic maps are cordially invited to present their work. We also call upon scientists from Geodesy and Informatics to present aims and methods for digitizing and visualization of historic data, as well as anyone else working in related fields.

Further information can be found at http://maps.unibe.ch

2008-11-28 – 2008-12-01 LocationInstitut für Archäologie der Universität Bern

International Summer School in Archaeology

3D Modeling in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Monte Verita, Ascona, Switzerland
9-14 May 2008

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2008-05-09 – 2008-05-15 LocationMonte Verita, Ascona, Switzerland

Workshop Hull - Thanks to all Participants and Sponsors

AERIAL ARCHAEOLOGY, COMPUTER VISUALISATION AND PAST LANDSCAPES: AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Organised by the Aerial Archaeology Research Group and the SimVis Research Group, University of Hull
at The HIVE, Department of Computer Science, University of Hull, UK
12 December 2007, 10.30 – 16.30


2007-12-12 – 2007-12-13

Aerial Archaeology, Computer Visualisation And Past Landscapes

AERIAL ARCHAEOLOGY, COMPUTER VISUALISATION AND PAST LANDSCAPES: AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Organised by the Aerial Archaeology Research Group and the SimVis Research Group, University of Hull
at The HIVE, Department of Computer Science, University of Hull, UK
12 December 2007, 10.30 – 16.30

Aerial archaeology continues to play a leading role in the understanding of the landscapes of the past. Advances in computer hardware and software are making the acquisition of large datasets and their manipulation much more accessible. The results of aerial survey can be combined with other methods of remote sensing to facilitate interactive exploration and analysis of large areas of past landscape in new ways. This workshop will bring together workers active in these fields from Britain and beyond in the Hull Immersive Visualization Environment (HIVE), a purpose-built facility in the University of Hull dedicated to the research and presentation of 3D stereoscopic and other methods of visualising data for a range of users including industry, medicine and the Heritage sector.

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2007-12-12 – 2007-12-13 LocationThe HIVE, Department of Computer Science, University of Hull, UK

International Workshop on Air Photo Interpretation, AUGUST 6-12 2007

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON AIR PHOTO INTERPRETATION FOR LANDSCAPES STUDIES POZNAN,AUGUST 6-12 2007

2007-08-06 – 2007-08-13 LocationPoznan