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Friday, October 26
 

8:30am

Registration
Friday October 26, 2018 8:30am - 5:00pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 1
Limited Capacity filling up

Workshop: ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 1
Open to all attendees

Members of the Arches project team will deliver a 1.5 hour workshop providing an overview of Version 4.3 of the Arches cultural heritage data management platform with a focus on end user functionality for those who want to know how Arches can be used to publish and manage cultural heritage information for various stakeholders.

Topics covered in Part 1 of the workshop will include:
•    An introduction to Arches 4.3 features and capabilities for end users, including data discovery (i.e. semantic search, advanced search, date search using the time wheel, related resource exploration and geospatial visualization) and data entry
•    Features coming soon, including the new mobile data collection app for smartphone and tablet field data collection with or without network connectivity, and the new Mobile Survey Manager, which manages mobile data collection projects and allows for fine-tuned control over survey projects, potentially enabling crowdsourcing efforts
•    The Arches community, including how to participate
•    How Arches is being implemented by a range of heritage organizations and projects.

Presented by Annabel Lee Enriquez and David Myers (Getty Conservation Institute), and a development team member from Farallon Geographics, Inc

Conference attendees can choose to attend both parts or just one part of the workshop.

Moderators
avatar for David Myers

David Myers

Senior Project Specialist, The Getty Conservation Institute
David Myers Senior is Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, where he manages the GCI’s Recording and Documentation Unit. He is a member of the GCI’s Arches project team and has worked on the implementation of Arches with the City of Los Angeles... Read More →

Speaker
avatar for Annabel Lee Enriquez

Annabel Lee Enriquez

Associate Project Specialist, Getty Research Library
Annabel Lee Enriquez is an Associate Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), where she specializes in projects involving cultural heritage data management, and is part of the GCI teams for the Arches, DISCO (Data Integration for Conservation Science), and AATA... Read More →


Friday October 26, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Portable Light Domes in PIXEL+: Acquisition, Viewing, and Analysis
Limited Capacity seats available

Workshop: Portable Light Domes in PIXEL+: Acquisition, Viewing, and Analysis
Hendrik Hameeuw, Vincent Vanweddingen, Marc Proesmans, Chris Vastenhoud, Bruno
Vandermeulen, Athena Van der Perre, Lieve Watteeuw, Frédéric Lemmers, Luc Van Gool,

Carla Schroer, Mark Mudge, Graeme Earl

Open to all attendees

Since 2003 the multi-light reflectance (MLR) Portable Light Dome (PLD) imaging system is being developed at the KU Leuven, Belgium. After 15 years of progress the engineered acquisition domes and accompanying software solutions comprise of four independent acquisition designs (i.e. 2 sizes: minidome with 260 LED emitters & microdome with 228 LED emitters and 2 types of spectral settings: white light & multispectral (MS)). These devices have been designed to capture both the detailed 3D shape and reflectance properties of artefacts. Thus far, these different PLD modules have already been operated to image, monitor, study, publish and digitally store thousands of various heritage objects located in collections spread around the world. The session will present the abilities and modus operandi of the four systems, including a live demonstration of one of the MS microdomes, and will explore the potentials of this implemented technology for a selection of heritage objects.


Since MLR imaging techniques have been widely used in heritage studies, the second part of the session will focus on the matter of how the by now technologically mature approaches (i.e. PTM-HSH-RTI & PLD) should be brought closer to each other. The initiators of two projects (PIXEL+ and DLN) will formulate solutions for the encountered challenges. They will focus and present their thoughts and strategies on differences in acquisition procedure, rendering, output format, data packing, data validation, ... and long term digital preservation. Thus offering the necessary material and insights to start an open discussion about the future perspectives on how MRL approaches should be integrated to best serve the cultural heritage community’s needs. The session organisers have invited a number of specialists to attend and fuel this discussion.

Format:
The session is organised by Hendrik Hameeuw, Vincent Vanweddingen, Marc Proesmans, Chris Vastenhoud, Bruno Vandermeulen, Athena Van der Perre, Lieve Watteeuw, Frédéric Lemmers, Luc Van Gool and will be moderated by Hendrik Hameeuw and Vincent Vanweddingen. Together with Carla Schroer and Mark Mudge they will present the selected topics, all to fuel the concluding plenary discussion. Together with a number of extra invitees all attendees will be asked to actively participate in this closing discussion of the session.

Structure:
  - Presentation of KU Leuven PLD system (25 min)
  - succeeded by a live demo of the equipment and software (25 min)
  - break (20 min)
  - Pixel+, goals and status (20min)
  - reflection and solutions on creating, processing and validating various sorts of MLR metadata for MLR imaging methods, the Digital Lab Notebook (20 min)
  - panel discussion with all participants (50 min)

Hendrik Hameeuw is a specialist in technical and scientific imaging at the KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduated as an archaeologist (2003) and Assyriologist (2002) Hendrik has participated in archaeological excavations in Syria for many years and has conducted imaging missions in Egypt,
Turkey, multiple places in Europe and the US. In collaboration with KU Leuven-ESAT he was from the start involved in the development of the Portable Light Dome (PLD) system. He has also used RTI and SfM photogrammetry techniques on museum objects and in the field on rock art sites in Sweden and Egypt. Hendrik has coordinated several research projects concerning the development of new multi-light and/or multispectral acquisition systems.


Vincent Vanweddingen is a scientific collaborator at RMAH - KU Leuven (Belgium).
Graduated in 2013 as an electrical engineer, Vincent started working in the computer vision group of ESAT, KU Leuven. He has worked on several 3D reconstruction techniques (Structure from Motion, Structured Light, Photometric Stereo, multispectral imaging) and AI algorithms focussing on reflectance data. For his master thesis, he has written a web based viewer for the PLD system.


Mark Mudge is President and co-founder of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) and the current Chairman of the Board of Directors. Since decades Mark has worked in 3D information capture environments and digital photography. Together with Tom Malzbender he is a co-inventor of the Highlight Reflectance Transformation Imaging technique. His work for CHI is focused on the ease of use, cost-effectiveness, and self-documentation of digital imaging techniques through new equipment designs, open source software, and methodology enhancements. Recent efforts focussed on enhancing the trustworthiness of “born archival” images, building up the semantic richness of metadata records about digital representations, and easing the burdens of sustainable, long-term digital archiving.

Carla Schroer leads the training programs at CHI and works on field capture projects with Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and related computational photography techniques. She also directs the software development and testing activities at CHI, she is a CHI founder and currently holds the positions of Director and Board Member. Carla is a graduate in Computer Studies and spent 20 years in the commercial software industry, directing a wide range of software development projects including Sun Microsystems’ Java technology, object-oriented development tools, and desktop publishing software. She has managed and worked with teams all over the globe, including Russia, India, and Ireland.

Graeme Earl is Professor of Digital Humanities and Vice Dean at King's College London.  An archaeologist by training, he became increasingly fascinated by the ways in which cultural heritage and digital technologies collide and has worked on a broad range of archaeological, digital humanities, digital economy and web science projects.  His areas of interest include: Access to cultural heritage; Recording and analysis of material culture; Digital learning environments and associated policies (e.g. MOOCs, learner analytics, learning spaces design); Digital research infrastructures (e.g. CRIS, OA policy, research data management); and Digitally mediated internationalisation and interdisciplinarity.  Since 2005 he has focused on the port of Imperial Rome, as co-director of the Portus Project., deploying imaging, interaction design, online learning design, augmented and virtual reality, computer vision, accessibility, research repositories, electronic publication, geographic information systems, survey and remote sensing.


Speaker
avatar for Graeme Earl

Graeme Earl

Professor of Digital Humanities, King’s College London
avatar for Hendrik Hameeuw

Hendrik Hameeuw

Advanced Imaging, KU Leuven
Hendrik Hameeuw is a specialist in technical and scientific imaging at the KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduated as an archaeologist (2003) and assyriologist (2002) Hendrik has participated in archaeological excavations in Syria for many years and has conducted imaging missions in Egypt... Read More →
avatar for Mark Mudge

Mark Mudge

President, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Mark Mudge is President and co-founder of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) and the current Chairman of the Board of Directors. Since decades Mark has worked in 3D information capture environments and digital photography. Together with Tom Malzbender he is a co-inventor of the Highlight... Read More →
avatar for Carla Schroer

Carla Schroer

Cultural Heritage Imaging
Carla Schroer leads the training programs at CHI and works on field capture projects with Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and related computational photography techniques. She also directs the software development and testing activities at CHI, she is a CHI founder... Read More →
avatar for Vincent Vanweddingen

Vincent Vanweddingen

RMAH / KU Leuven
Vincent Vanweddingen is a scientific collaborator at RMAH - KU Leuven (Belgium). | Graduated in 2013 as an electrical engineer, Vincent started working in the computer vision group of ESAT, KU Leuven. He has worked on several 3D reconstruction techniques (Structure from Motion, Structured... Read More →


Friday October 26, 2018 9:00am - 12:30pm
Museo Italo Americano @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:15am

Tutorial: The Internet of Things for the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Technologies, Challenges & Case-studies
Limited Capacity seats available

This tutorial aims at presenting the application of the Internet of Things paradigm and architectures to the field of the protection of cultural heritage.


The tutorial will focus on state-of-the-art technologies for the realization of Internet of Things applications for the monitoring of Cultural Sites, presenting low power data transmission technologies as well as novel smart sensor architectures. Following the description of the technologies, the tutorial will then concentrate on the issues that raise when this kind of technological framework requires to be customized on different typologies of cultural sites. Finally, a set of case-studies will be presented, showing working systems and prototypes as well as the benefits achieved in using these solutions compared to traditional monitoring systems.


The following topics will be covered: traditional Wireless Sensor Network architectures, SIM and SIMless based IoT telecommunication technologies (LoRa, SigFox, NB-IoT, LTE, 5G), environmental monitoring sensors for indoor fragile environments, static structural monitoring, monitoring architectures for monumental structures, use cases and scenarios.


The structure of the tutorial is based on similar lessons created for the Cultural Heritage Protection team of the Italian Civil Defense, and is intended for a wide audience, including people not operating in the Internet of Things domain. For this reason, the tutorial will be structured as follows:
  • Brief introduction to the Internet of Things concept and to the Makers community;
  • Overview of IoT-based monitoring infrastructures and IoT communication technologies;
  • How to create a low cost IoT monitoring infrastructure
  • Examples of IoT monitoring infrastructures for Cultural Sites: development process step-by-
    step. 2 test Sites and applications will be presented: Medieval City Walls of the Siena, Italy, and the Medieval Aqueducts of Siena. The monitoring structures to be presented are shown in Fig. 1
  • Overview of other use cases and possible application scenarios


Moderators
avatar for Alessandro Pozzebon

Alessandro Pozzebon

Department of Information Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, University of Siena
Alessandro Pozzebon received his M.S. degree in Information Engineering from the University of Siena, Italy in 2006, where he worked on the RFID technology applied to cultural heritage. In year 2007 he worked for the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Siena... Read More →


Friday October 26, 2018 9:15am - 10:15am
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

10:30am

Coffee Break
Friday October 26, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

10:30am

CalPARKS Special Session on 3D Digital Preservation & Best Practices
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Case studies and best practice lessons on digital preservation from the perspective of one of the largest state park systems in United States. From digital surveys for historic preservation to interpretation and VR/AR for collaboration and outreach, this rich session delves into the digital at sites across the state of California.

Organizer:
Leslie L. Hartzell, California State Parks
Moderator
Anthea Hartig, California Historical Society
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10:30-10:50am 
214 - Leslie L. Hartzell, Elizabeth Prather and Steve Hilton
CalParks Digital Heritage Partnerships and Best Practices: Challenges and Advances
 
10:50-11:10am
Shelley Dildey
212 - Developing a Verification Protocol for the Restoration of the Neptune Pool: Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument

11:10-11:30am
198 - Phil Woltz and Paul Veisze
Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) at Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

11:30 – 11:40
Break

11:40 – 12:00
Denise Jaffke, Matt Masu, and Sam Haskell
143 – Photogrammetry as a Submerged Cultural Resource Monitoring Tool at Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe

12:00 – 12:20
37 - Anaise Guillem and Nicola Lercari
From Laser Scanning to BIM: Towards a More Integrated Digital Workflow for Architectural Assets - a Case-study of Julia Morgan's Hearthstone

12:20-1:20
Lunch

1:20-1:40
Barbara Tejada, Elizabeth Lee and Chip Fenenga
197 - A Digital Solution to Preserving and Interpreting Ancient Rock Art at Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park, California

1:40-2:00
Nancy Lenoil
199 - The First State Park: Yosemite & Google Arts & Culture
 
2:00 – 2:20
Nicola Lercari and Denise Jaffke
137 - Community-based Participatory Preservation and Citizen Science at Bodie State Historic Park

2:20 – 2:40
Rob LeRoy
221 - Leveraging 3D and Video to Improve Awareness, Accessibility and Preservation: A Pilot Project at Casa Soberances

 
2:40-3:00
Brad Krey and Ben Fenkell
200 - Partnerships Expand the Reach of California State Parks Innovative Digital Suite for K-12 Education
 
3:00-3:10
Break

3:10-3:30
Felicia Lowe and Justin Chin
211 - History Alive - Where the Walls Talk

3:30-3:50
Andrew Feinberg and Yigit Yigiter
196 - Opportunities and Challenges in Creating Experience Design and Interpretation Using Virtual

 
3:50-4:50
Anthea Hartig
223 - Moderator Lead Discussion - CalParks: Special Session on 3D Digital Preservation and Best Practices

Moderators
avatar for Anthea M. Hartig, Ph.D.

Anthea M. Hartig, Ph.D.

Executive Director and CEO, California Historical Society

Speaker
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Shelly Dildey

California State Parks
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Andrew Feinberg

Chief Operating Officer, TimeLooper
We partner with museums, historic sites, cultural institutions, and preservation authorities to create bleeding edge interpretation experiences for on-site visitors. Through the development of proprietary augmented and virtual reality technologies, we have been able to deliver compelling... Read More →
avatar for Ben Fenkell

Ben Fenkell

PORTS Program Coordinator, California State Parks
California State Park Lifer - Over 20 years with California State ParksHave had the great experience of working in parks with amazing natural and cultural history. Enjoy collaborating and learning with people, always looking forward to opportunities to showcase and share our parks... Read More →
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Nancy Lenoil, CA, FSAA

State Archivist, California State Archives
An archivist with the California State Archives since 1987, and State Archivist since 2006, she is the first woman State Archivist in state history. A Fellow of the Society and a Certified Archivist, she has a M.A. in History and Certificate in Archival Administration from Wayne State... Read More →
avatar for Anais Guillem

Anais Guillem

University of California Merced
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Steve Hilton

California State Parks
DJ

Denise Jaffke

California State Parks
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Brad Krey

Interpretation & Education Program Manager, California State Parks
PORTS is California State Parks premier distance learning program. Visit with us to experience a live videoconference demonstration and to learn more about this FREE innovative classroom program.
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Elizabeth Lee

Vice President, CyArk
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Nicola Lercari

Asst. Prof. of World Heritage, Univ. of Calif. Merced
Research Interests: | - Digital heritage | - 3D Visualization | - Remote Sensing | - Heritage Conservation | - Virtual Reality | - Serious Games | - Digital Storytelling
avatar for Felicia Lowe

Felicia Lowe

Producer/Director, Lowedown Productions
Angel Island Immigration Station is a part of me; as a descendent of former detainees, former board president of the Immigration Station Foundation to restore and preserve the site, producer of the documentary, "Carved in Silence," soundscape designer that is played in the barracks... Read More →
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Liz Prather

Architectural Designer/Project Manager, California State Parks
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Barbara Tejada

Associate State Archaeologist, California State Parks
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Paul Veisze

Geographic Information Officer, California State Parks
I am a Connector: bringing geographic data and tools to field staff, headquarters Programs, allied agencies, and the Public. My academic background is in natural resources conservation, wildland fire ecology, aerial photography/remote sensing, and GIS. Over the last few years, I've... Read More →
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Fabian Wagmister

Associate Professor & Director, Center for Research in Engineering, Media & Performance (REMAP), UCLA
avatar for Yigit Yigiter

Yigit Yigiter

Co-Founder & CEO, Timelooper
We partner with museums, historic sites, cultural institutions, and preservation authorities to create bleeding edge interpretation experiences for on-site visitors. Through the development of proprietary augmented and virtual reality technologies, we have been able to deliver compelling... Read More →


Friday October 26, 2018 10:30am - 5:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

11:00am

ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 2
Limited Capacity filling up

Workshop: ARCHES Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform (Version 4.3): Part 1
Open to all attendees

Members of the Arches project team will deliver a 1.5 hour workshop providing an overview of Version 4.3 of the Arches cultural heritage data management platform geared towards those (i.e. system administrators) who would like to deploy Arches for their end users or anyone who is interested in how Arches can be configured and deployed.

Topics covered in Part 2 of the workshop will include:
•    An introduction to Arches 4.3 features and capabilities for system administrators, including the basic system architecture, configuration tools such as the Arches Designer, controlled vocabulary management using the Reference Data Manager, and securing access with the user profile manager and permissions controls.
•    An overview of the management of heritage data in Arches, including incorporation of international data standards, graphs, and controlled vocabularies
•    Arches implementation considerations, including hosting, technical requirements, and service providers.

Presented by Annabel Lee Enriquez and David Myers (Getty Conservation Institute), and a development team member from Farallon Geographics, Inc.

Conference attendees can choose to attend both parts or just one part of the workshop.

Moderators
avatar for Annabel Lee Enriquez

Annabel Lee Enriquez

Associate Project Specialist, Getty Research Library
Annabel Lee Enriquez is an Associate Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), where she specializes in projects involving cultural heritage data management, and is part of the GCI teams for the Arches, DISCO (Data Integration for Conservation Science), and AATA... Read More →
avatar for David Myers

David Myers

Senior Project Specialist, The Getty Conservation Institute
David Myers Senior is Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, where he manages the GCI’s Recording and Documentation Unit. He is a member of the GCI’s Arches project team and has worked on the implementation of Arches with the City of Los Angeles... Read More →

Friday October 26, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

Enhancing Educational Tourism with AR-based Serious Games: Part 1
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Roundtable discussion followed by a hands-on workshop

Educational tourism can be limited at destination sites for a number of reasons. The sites themselves can be underfunded, which often means they are understaffed or obscure. Informative material may be out of date, damaged, or non-existent. Some sites that offer rich content for tourists may not be readily accessible, contributing to low attendance rates.

Family tourism is a prime venue for educational mobile games, which represents at least 30% of the leisure travel industry. This market is expected to grow significantly as more families use tourism as a way to spend time together and bond. A particular challenge on family tours is that children tend to ignore the exhibits in favor of mobile games and social media.

Augmented Reality experiences engage tourists of all ages with the sites they visit. AR tourism apps also harness mobile devices to enhance the tourism experience rather than distract from it. For informative or educational purposes, games and activities based on the site’s exhibits provide more interactive and memorable learning experiences than informational text or video alone.

For instance, the “Revolutionary Spy” AR game at Mount Vernon in Virginia puts the tourist in the role of a messenger, running secret information between Revolutionary War spymasters. The game personalizes the site’s history, connects several exhibits at the site, and brings the thrill of a “mission” to the subject.

Game interactions can feature a mystery element, letting tourists solve puzzles using obscure or fascinating aspects of the exhibit in context. In Mount Vernon’s Revolutionary Spy game, tourists discover and use actual codes employed by agents in that era. Another example is the British Museum in London, UK, where the 2015 “Gift for Athena” game had young visitors learn about Greek mythology in order to solve visual AR-based puzzles and complete the game.

Educational games and activities can also be multiplayer, providing a fun social aspect for a family or tour group. Different AR experiences or roles can be chosen by different group members; the facts and techniques learned by each person are the combined in order to complete the game.

Workshop Activities (for teams of max size 5):

Teams will design an engaging AR-based educational game to take place at a UNESCO World Heritage Site of their choice, using parameters outlined in the previous discussion and ideation session.
--Game content relevant to the venue
---Player goals
---Site interactions
---Game genre and mechanics
--Educational content
---Site-specific information
---Critical reasoning
---Activity-based learning
--Target audience and venue considerations
Teams will implement a simple AR experience that incorporates educational content for the site they chose for their game. We will supply the AR development environment and relevant AR targets for each team.

3. (Optional based on time) Teams will design an educational game-based AR walking tour for multiple exhibits at the UNESCO site of their game:
--Narrative / thematic game arcs
--Educational connections between exhibits
--Additional game genres and mechanics
--Overall venue layout, AR considerations, and tour constraints

4. (Optional based on time) Teams will design multiplayer aspects of their game (and tour, if applicable):
--Divergent AR experiences at site
--Multiple cooperative roles during game
--In-game social media options

5. Teams will present their work to all attendees at the end of the workshop.

Speaker
avatar for Pauline Felder

Pauline Felder

CEO and co-founder, Augmented Expeditions LLC
Pauline Felder is CEO and co-founder of Augmented Expeditions LLC, a software development company creating custom location-based augmented reality (AR) tourism experiences and educational games. With a formal education in both psychology and mathematics, Pauline’s extensive experience... Read More →
avatar for Marc Spraragen, Ph.D.

Marc Spraragen, Ph.D.

Co-Founder, Augmented Expeditions LLC
Marc Spraragen holds a Ph.D. in AI and game design from USC, and is co-founder of Augmented Expeditions LLC, a software development company creating custom location-based augmented reality (AR) tourism experiences and educational games. Marc has created AR gaming experiences at the... Read More →

Committee
avatar for Jacki Morie

Jacki Morie

Virtual Environment Pioneer
Jacquelyn Morie has 25 years experience in developing innovative techniques for virtual reality environments. She spent 13 years as a Sr. Research Scientist at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT), where she created novel VR telehealth care activities. She also worked... Read More →


12:30pm

Self-hosted lunch
Attendees are on their own for lunch.  Fort Mason has an array of restaurants to choose from:

  - Radhaus, Bldg A   (beer and bratwurst)
  - Greens Restaurant, Bldg A  (vegetarian cuisine)
  - Cooks & Company, Bldg B  (sandwiches, soup, salad)  [closed weekends]
  - Goody Cafe, Bldg C  (coffee, tea, pastries)
  - The Interval, Bldg A  (hard drinks)
  - Equator Coffee & Teas  (espressos and more)

And out the gate and across the street a large Safeway grocery store offers a variety of sandwiches, a deli counter, and more.


1:30pm

Enhancing Educational Tourism with AR-based Serious Games: Part 2
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Roundtable discussion followed by a hands-on workshop

Educational tourism can be limited at destination sites for a number of reasons. The sites themselves can be underfunded, which often means they are understaffed or obscure. Informative material may be out of date, damaged, or non-existent. Some sites that offer rich content for tourists may not be readily accessible, contributing to low attendance rates.

Family tourism is a prime venue for educational mobile games, which represents at least 30% of the leisure travel industry. This market is expected to grow significantly as more families use tourism as a way to spend time together and bond. A particular challenge on family tours is that children tend to ignore the exhibits in favor of mobile games and social media.

Augmented Reality experiences engage tourists of all ages with the sites they visit. AR tourism apps also harness mobile devices to enhance the tourism experience rather than distract from it. For informative or educational purposes, games and activities based on the site’s exhibits provide more interactive and memorable learning experiences than informational text or video alone.

For instance, the “Revolutionary Spy” AR game at Mount Vernon in Virginia puts the tourist in the role of a messenger, running secret information between Revolutionary War spymasters. The game personalizes the site’s history, connects several exhibits at the site, and brings the thrill of a “mission” to the subject.

Game interactions can feature a mystery element, letting tourists solve puzzles using obscure or fascinating aspects of the exhibit in context. In Mount Vernon’s Revolutionary Spy game, tourists discover and use actual codes employed by agents in that era. Another example is the British Museum in London, UK, where the 2015 “Gift for Athena” game had young visitors learn about Greek mythology in order to solve visual AR-based puzzles and complete the game.

Educational games and activities can also be multiplayer, providing a fun social aspect for a family or tour group. Different AR experiences or roles can be chosen by different group members; the facts and techniques learned by each person are the combined in order to complete the game.

Workshop Activities (for teams of max size 5):

Teams will design an engaging AR-based educational game to take place at a UNESCO World Heritage Site of their choice, using parameters outlined in the previous discussion and ideation session.
--Game content relevant to the venue
---Player goals
---Site interactions
---Game genre and mechanics
--Educational content
---Site-specific information
---Critical reasoning
---Activity-based learning
--Target audience and venue considerations
Teams will implement a simple AR experience that incorporates educational content for the site they chose for their game. We will supply the AR development environment and relevant AR targets for each team.

3. (Optional based on time) Teams will design an educational game-based AR walking tour for multiple exhibits at the UNESCO site of their game:
--Narrative / thematic game arcs
--Educational connections between exhibits
--Additional game genres and mechanics
--Overall venue layout, AR considerations, and tour constraints

4. (Optional based on time) Teams will design multiplayer aspects of their game (and tour, if applicable):
--Divergent AR experiences at site
--Multiple cooperative roles during game
--In-game social media options

5. Teams will present their work to all attendees at the end of the workshop.

Speaker
avatar for Pauline Felder

Pauline Felder

CEO and co-founder, Augmented Expeditions LLC
Pauline Felder is CEO and co-founder of Augmented Expeditions LLC, a software development company creating custom location-based augmented reality (AR) tourism experiences and educational games. With a formal education in both psychology and mathematics, Pauline’s extensive experience... Read More →
avatar for Marc Spraragen, Ph.D.

Marc Spraragen, Ph.D.

Co-Founder, Augmented Expeditions LLC
Marc Spraragen holds a Ph.D. in AI and game design from USC, and is co-founder of Augmented Expeditions LLC, a software development company creating custom location-based augmented reality (AR) tourism experiences and educational games. Marc has created AR gaming experiences at the... Read More →

Committee
avatar for Jacki Morie

Jacki Morie

Virtual Environment Pioneer
Jacquelyn Morie has 25 years experience in developing innovative techniques for virtual reality environments. She spent 13 years as a Sr. Research Scientist at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT), where she created novel VR telehealth care activities. She also worked... Read More →


1:30pm

Hands on Aïoli: a reality-based 3D annotation platform for collaborative documentation of CH artifacts: Part 1
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Tutorial:  Hands on Aïoli
a reality-based 3D annotation platform for the collaborative documentation of CH artefacts

Presenter: CNRS-MAP Laboratory, France
Classroom setting for 25 people
Participants should bring: a laptop computer (Mac or PC) with a web browser installed (preferably Chrome)

Summary: Archaeologists, architects, engineers, materials specialists, teachers, curators and restorers of cultural property, contribute to the daily knowledge and conservation of heritage artefacts. The management of multi-dimensional and multi-format data introduces new challenges, in particular the development of relevant analysis and interpretation methods, the sharing and correlation of heterogeneous data among several actors and contexts, and the centralised archiving of documentation results. Despite their different approaches and tools for observation, description and analysis, the actors of cultural heritage documentation all have a common interest and central focus: the heritage object, the physical one, whether it is a site, a building, a sculpture, a painting, a work of art, or an archaeological fragment. This is the starting point of Aïoli, a reality-based 3D annotation platform, which allows a multidisciplinary community to build semantically-enriched 3D descriptions of heritage artefacts from simple images and spatialised annotations coupled with additional resources. Developed by the CNRS-MAP Lab, this platform introduces an innovative framework for the comprehensive, large-scale collaborative documentation of cultural heritage by integrating state-of-the-art technological components (fully automatic image-based 3D reconstruction, 2D-3D spreading and correlation of semantic annotations, multi-layered analysis of qualitative and quantitative attributes, ...) within a cloud infrastructure accessible via web interfaces from PCs, tablets and smartphones online and onsite.

Aïoli introduces an original informative linkage between the physical object space and its digital representation by integrating:
  • An incremental image-based 3D spatialisation process to manage the geometric merging of
    several images coming from different actors at different temporal states;
  • A 2D/3D annotation framework enabling users to draw, visualise and register relevant surface
    regions by handling simple 2D images spatially oriented around a dynamic 3D representation;
  • A multi-layered morphology-based data structuring model to accurately describe real objects
    in all their geometric complexity and according to multidisciplinary observations.
    Further information on: www.aioli.cloud/en/
Structure: By merging the presentation of features with the manipulation of real data, this tutorial allow participants to discover the platform, its potential uses, as well as the basic commands to collect, process, analyse, structure and share data.
First part (80 minutes)
- Basic principles & general approach
- Projects management (personal account, collaborators, sharing options, ...) - Acquisition protocols (incremental image-based 3D spatialisation process)
Coffee break (20 minutes)
Second part (80 minutes)
- Multi-layered 2D/3D annotation
- Data structuring (layers, attributes, values, file attachments, ...) - Sharing results

Speaker
avatar for Violette Abergel

Violette Abergel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, UMR 3495 MAP
avatar for Livio de Luca

Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
avatar for Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council
avatar for Adeline Manuel

Adeline Manuel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council



Friday October 26, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

1:30pm

Illumination of Material Culture Symposium (II)
Limited Capacity filling up

Illumination of Material Culture Symposium (II)
Friday 26th October 2018; Digital Heritage Congress 2018


1:30pm
Introduction (Graeme Earl, Ashira Loike, Carla Schroer and Anna Serotta)
This symposium provides a follow up to the two-day symposium with the same name organized at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in March 2017, that was supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI).  see (https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/conservation-and-scientific-research/projects/rti- symposium)

1:40pm
A wish list for computational photography (Graeme Earl)
Since the first symposium I have been reflecting on the fascinating developments in the area of computational photography described there. In this very short talk I will identify three areas where I hope for translation and innovation in graphics and human computer interaction research.

1:45pm
Integrating Multispectral Imaging, Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI), and Photogrammetry for Archaeological Objects (Chantal Stein)
At the last symposium we showed how we combined RTI and photogrammetry to study tool marks on a marble fragment from Sardis. In this second case study we additionally combine MSI to study paint application on an Egyptian wood sarcophagus fragment, with some discussion about bias and object narratives.
[Presented via pre-recorded video]


2:00pm
Practical Applications for Integrating Spectral and 3D Revisited (E. Keats Webb)
This presentation will build on the work described in 2017 and provide an introduction to the author’s recent work on improved image-based 3D reconstruction. It focuses on wavelength and sharpness, and the use of a modified digital consumer camera as a scientific tool for conservation documentation.

2:15pm
When multiple lighting angles reflect on translucent stone surfaces: some issues for the MLR imaging technique (Hendrik Hameeuw & Vincent Vanweddingen)
Even for translucent and close to transparent stone objects Multi-Light Reflectance imaging methods produce good interactive datasets. Nonetheless, when the results are assessed in detail, issues on the correct estimations of the relief pop up. This presentation will discuss these issues.

2:30pm
Journeys between 3D and 2D (Mark Mudge)
This talk discusses 2D outputs from 3D data, and show Digital Elevation models from paintings, including the Diego Rivera mural gold leaf icons from Albania.

2:45pm
A New Web RTI Viewer for Collaborative Scholarship and Public Engagement (Taylor Bennett)
The University of Oxford's Departments of Archaeological Science, Computer Science, and the Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents in the Faculty of Classics are collaborating with MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) to develop an open-source web-based viewer for Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) files. The Oxford web RTI viewer provides layers for drawing and annotation for collaborative scholarship, and allows recording the viewer settings, such as light angle and rendering parameters. The web RTI viewer is being developed as part of an effort to crowd-source the epigraphy of Roman stylus writing tablets from the 1st century AD that were discovered in London between 2010-2014.

3-3:30pm Coffee Break

3:30pm
Sharing Conservation research with the public at Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum (Sarah Barack, Jessica Walthew, Chris Gauthier, Adam Quinn and Nolan Hill)
Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum recently completed the conservation and technical study of an elaborate ormolu Surtout de Table (table centerpiece) made ca. 1805, designed by Pierre Philippe Thomire. The work is the centerpiece of the exhibition “Tablescapes” at Cooper Hewitt (October 2018- April 2019). Conservation treatment included an overall cleaning that revealed contrasts of matte and shiny surface textures which we documented with RTI. We also 3d laser scanned two of the components to compare their shapes more precisely, suspecting that one is a surmoulage (a replacement part cast off of an existing part, rather than using the original molds). We worked with Taylor Abscher at NYU's Laguardia studio and were able to scan the shiny reflective surfaces effectively without any temporary applied surface coating using the Faro Edge (a blue light laser scanner). In the gallery, a touchscreen digital kiosk allows visitors to learn more about the conservation work with a short video on the overall conservation treatment, produced by our in-house videographer. In addition, our digital developers created an interactive display with both the RTI files and the 3d scans. This project required collaboration for the successful dissemination of technical research. Collaborating with our digital and video teams, we are able to share conservation imaging research in the exhibition and we are working on the launch of a Conservation channel to showcase this work also in online formats.
[Presented via pre-recorded video]

3:45pm
The Digital Lab Notebook (Carla Schroer)
A lot has happened in the development of the DLN tools since the first symposium. This talk introduces the recently released beta tools and plans for additional development.

4:00pm
Recalibrating the museum: the digital/ physical repatriation of Te Hau-Ki-Turanga. (Brinker Ferguson)
3D imaging work at the Museum of New Zealand and indigenous data sovereignty.

4:15pm
Galvanizing Digital Preservation Using Crowdsourced, Community-Based Efforts in Endangered Regions (Scott Purdy)
Through recent efforts in Venezuela, Syria, and with Native American tribes throughout North America, the Arc/k Project demonstrates what can be achieved via remote teaching of local citizen scientists inside their own communities.

4:30-5:00pm
Discussion
Followed by planning of Illumination of Material Culture Symposium (III).

Moderators
avatar for Graeme Earl

Graeme Earl

Professor of Digital Humanities, King’s College London
avatar for Ashira Loike

Ashira Loike

Metropolitan Museum of Art
avatar for Carla Schroer

Carla Schroer

Cultural Heritage Imaging
Carla Schroer leads the training programs at CHI and works on field capture projects with Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and related computational photography techniques. She also directs the software development and testing activities at CHI, she is a CHI founder... Read More →
avatar for Anna Serotta

Anna Serotta

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Speaker
avatar for Taylor Bennett

Taylor Bennett

DPhil Candidate in Archaeological Science, University of Oxford
Taylor Bennett is pursuing his DPhil in Archaeological Science at the University of Oxford, with a focus on computational and multispectral imaging of ancient documents. His research is applying Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) to the epigraphy of Roman stylus writing tablets... Read More →
avatar for Hendrik Hameeuw

Hendrik Hameeuw

Advanced Imaging, KU Leuven
Hendrik Hameeuw is a specialist in technical and scientific imaging at the KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduated as an archaeologist (2003) and assyriologist (2002) Hendrik has participated in archaeological excavations in Syria for many years and has conducted imaging missions in Egypt... Read More →
avatar for Mark Mudge

Mark Mudge

President, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Mark Mudge is President and co-founder of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) and the current Chairman of the Board of Directors. Since decades Mark has worked in 3D information capture environments and digital photography. Together with Tom Malzbender he is a co-inventor of the Highlight... Read More →
avatar for Brinker Ferguson, PhD

Brinker Ferguson, PhD

Dartmouth College
My interest in museums, digital media, and education stems from a need to understand how digital repositories and interactive media can connect disparate groups and foster connection and creativity on a whole. My passion is working with museum conservators to tell their (remarkable... Read More →
avatar for Scott Purdy

Scott Purdy

Director of Operations, The Arc/k Project
After seeing firsthand the amazing possibilities of photogrammetry, Scott has been honored to see The Arc/k Project grow as the need to preserve culture takes on an even more urgent tone. As the Director of Operations at Arc/k, he relishes the challenge of using his knowhow to bring... Read More →
avatar for Chantal Stein

Chantal Stein

Graduate Student – Institute of Fine Arts Fellow in Conservation, New York University
Chantal Stein is pursuing a joint Masters of Art in Art History and Masters of Science in Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works at the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She is currently completing her fourth-year internship at the Brooklyn... Read More →
avatar for Vincent Vanweddingen

Vincent Vanweddingen

RMAH / KU Leuven
Vincent Vanweddingen is a scientific collaborator at RMAH - KU Leuven (Belgium). | Graduated in 2013 as an electrical engineer, Vincent started working in the computer vision group of ESAT, KU Leuven. He has worked on several 3D reconstruction techniques (Structure from Motion, Structured... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Walthew

Jessica Walthew

Conservator, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum
Jessica Walthew is an objects conservator at Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. She holds an MA in Art History and Archaeology with advanced certificate in Conservation from NYU's Institute of Fine Arts, Conservation Center. Her research and teaching interests include history... Read More →
avatar for Keats Webb

Keats Webb

Digital Imaging Specialist, Museum Conservation Institute, Smithsonian Institution



Friday October 26, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Museo Italo Americano @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

1:40pm

Plenary - The First State Park: Yosemite & Google Arts & Culture
Speaker
avatar for Nancy Lenoil, CA, FSAA

Nancy Lenoil, CA, FSAA

State Archivist, California State Archives
An archivist with the California State Archives since 1987, and State Archivist since 2006, she is the first woman State Archivist in state history. A Fellow of the Society and a Certified Archivist, she has a M.A. in History and Certificate in Archival Administration from Wayne State... Read More →


Friday October 26, 2018 1:40pm - 2:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

2:00pm

Tour - Stanford Nanofacilities
Stanford University Nanofacilities Tour
October 26 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Free but limited spaces and separate Registration is required.

Stanford University Nanofacilities
Spilker Building, 348 Via Pueblo
Stanford, CA 94305

Visit Stanford's Nano facilities and find out why small is such a BIG deal! Tour the Stanford’s fabrication and characterization labs to see how researchers make and see at the nanoscale.

Three 1 hour tours, starting every hour on the hour.  Registration is required.

This is not an official DH2018 tour but is included as it may be of interest to DH2018 attendees  working on the very small, with scanning electron microscopes, nanofabrication, etc.   You will need to arrange your own transportation to Stanford for this tour.  A rental car will facilitate your visit (travel is possible on public transit via the 511.org website but will take over 2 hours).


Friday October 26, 2018 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Stanford University Nanofacilities Spilker Building, 348 Via Pueblo Stanford, CA 94305

3:00pm

Coffee Break
Friday October 26, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:30pm

Hands on Aïoli: a reality-based 3D annotation platform for collaborative documentation of CH artifacts: Part 2
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Tutorial:  Hands on Aïoli
a reality-based 3D annotation platform for the collaborative documentation of CH artefacts

Presenter: CNRS-MAP Laboratory, France
Classroom setting for 25 people

Participants should bring: a laptop computer (Mac or PC) with a web browser installed (preferably Chrome)

Summary: Archaeologists, architects, engineers, materials specialists, teachers, curators and restorers of cultural property, contribute to the daily knowledge and conservation of heritage artefacts. The management of multi-dimensional and multi-format data introduces new challenges, in particular the development of relevant analysis and interpretation methods, the sharing and correlation of heterogeneous data among several actors and contexts, and the centralised archiving of documentation results. Despite their different approaches and tools for observation, description and analysis, the actors of cultural heritage documentation all have a common interest and central focus: the heritage object, the physical one, whether it is a site, a building, a sculpture, a painting, a work of art, or an archaeological fragment. This is the starting point of Aïoli, a reality-based 3D annotation platform, which allows a multidisciplinary community to build semantically-enriched 3D descriptions of heritage artefacts from simple images and spatialised annotations coupled with additional resources. Developed by the CNRS-MAP Lab, this platform introduces an innovative framework for the comprehensive, large-scale collaborative documentation of cultural heritage by integrating state-of-the-art technological components (fully automatic image-based 3D reconstruction, 2D-3D spreading and correlation of semantic annotations, multi-layered analysis of qualitative and quantitative attributes, ...) within a cloud infrastructure accessible via web interfaces from PCs, tablets and smartphones online and onsite.

Aïoli introduces an original informative linkage between the physical object space and its digital representation by integrating:
  • An incremental image-based 3D spatialisation process to manage the geometric merging of
    several images coming from different actors at different temporal states;
  • A 2D/3D annotation framework enabling users to draw, visualise and register relevant surface
    regions by handling simple 2D images spatially oriented around a dynamic 3D representation;
  • A multi-layered morphology-based data structuring model to accurately describe real objects
    in all their geometric complexity and according to multidisciplinary observations.
    Further information on: www.aioli.cloud/en/
Structure: By merging the presentation of features with the manipulation of real data, this tutorial allow participants to discover the platform, its potential uses, as well as the basic commands to collect, process, analyse, structure and share data.
First part (80 minutes)
- Basic principles & general approach
- Projects management (personal account, collaborators, sharing options, ...) - Acquisition protocols (incremental image-based 3D spatialisation process)
Coffee break (20 minutes)
Second part (80 minutes)
- Multi-layered 2D/3D annotation
- Data structuring (layers, attributes, values, file attachments, ...) - Sharing results

Speaker
avatar for Violette Abergel

Violette Abergel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, UMR 3495 MAP
avatar for Livio de Luca

Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
avatar for Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council
avatar for Adeline Manuel

Adeline Manuel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council



Friday October 26, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

5:00pm

Self-hosted dinner option
Immediately following our Friday program's tutorials and workshops, there will be a rich array of local gourmet food trucks selling meals and drinks in the parking lot at Fort Mason, which we are recommending as a fun and inexpensive dinner option for participants.  Host yourself, but a nice chance for some camaraderie with colleagues after the talks.  This is the last 'Off the Grid' food truck gathering of the year and runs from 5 to 10pm Friday night.


 
Saturday, October 27
 

8:00am

Registration
Saturday October 27, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Panel: Feminist Ethics for Digital Heritage: Applying a Feminist Ethics of Care to Digital Archives and Archiving to Redress Structural Inequities
Limited Capacity seats available

In a 2016 Archivaria article, “From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in Archives,” Michelle Caswell and Marika Cifor posed a challenge to the archival profession calling for a shift from an archival ethics grounded in an individual, rights-based model to a feminist ethics of care model. In a feminist ethics approach, archivists are conceptualized as caregivers, bound to records creators, subjects, users, and communities through a web of mutual affective responsibility based on radical empathy. This panel examines how taking up such an ethical approach reshapes archival projects that employ digital technology for documenting, conserving, and sharing the cultural heritage of marginalized communities in the U.S. A feminist ethics approach calls for archivists at every step of a project, from platform design to digitization to curation, to rethink what ethical relationships between records creators, subjects, users, and communities, as well as other cultural heritage professionals, looks like. We argue that these relationships should recognize, challenge, and redress structural power inequities.

Each of the panelists, from their positions as archival scholars and practicing archivists, illustrates how such an ethical shift reshapes their work.

In her paper, Michelle Caswell utilizes as a case study the South Asian American Digital Archive’s attempts to document Islamophobia to point to the importance of centering privacy, trust, and empathy when working with targeted communities.

Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez’s presentation examines her recent transition to the University of California, Irvine’s Special Collections and Archives. She charts how the tremendous diversity of that campus and its archival initiatives is reshaping her archival practice, including how through support for her colleagues work she extends an understanding of ethics to relationships between archivists.

Dinah Handel’s talk addresses how an ethic of care informs her negotiation of community-based audio-visual digitization projects, including her work with the XFR Collective and the queer experimental film festival MIX.

Finally, Marika Cifor analyzes community-based arts organization Visual AIDS’ digitization of its records documenting the work of artists living with HIV and AIDS for access and preservation. She highlights concerns around privacy and disclosure, expands understandings of preservation, and exposes the complexities of ongoing relationships with records creators and subjects in digital spaces.

Together these talks illustrate how a feminist ethics approach enables culturally situated, mutually dependent, ongoing relationships to be built and sustained between the diverse stakeholders of digital archival projects. Following presentations from the panelists, attendees and speakers will participate in small-group conversations focused on the application of feminist ethics as a theory and practice within their work.

Moderators
avatar for Michelle Caswell

Michelle Caswell

University of California, Los Angeles
avatar for Marika Cifor

Marika Cifor

Indiana University Bloomington

Speaker
avatar for Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez

Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez

Assistant University Archivist, UCI Libraries, University of California, Irvine
DH

Dinah Handel

Digitization Services Manager, Stanford University


Saturday October 27, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am
Museo Italo Americano @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Digital Solutions for Heritage Archives & Collections
Limited Capacity filling up

Paper Presentations

15 min
#33f   A Digital Collection Study and Framework Exploratory — Applying Textual Analysis on Source Code Collection
Wachiraphan Charoenwet

15 min
#7f   Active Visitor: Augmenting Libraries into Social Spaces
Zois Koukopoulos and Dimitrios Koukopoulos

10min
#208s   Multi-spectral Imaging at the British Library
Christina Duffy

10 min
#114s   Vietnam War Stories: Stories from All Sides
Patrick C. Shih and Ronald Osgood

10 min
#113s   Oral Memory Construction for Ancient Villages in Digital Age:A Case Study of Shiquan Miao Village in Chongqing
Yue Zheng, Jihong Liang, Ye Wang, Xinglin Liao, Yimeng Zhang and De Bi

10 min
#220s   Towards Building Sociotechnical Archival Systems
Richard Marciano, William Underwood, Myeong Lee, Sandra Laib, Aakanksha Singh and Zeynep Diker

10 min
#55s   Building Digital Memory for Historic Urban Heritage: The Beijing Memory Project Experience
Huiling Feng, Xiaoshuang Jia, Li Niu, Lichao Liu, Yongjun Xu and Wei Hai


Speaker
DB

De Bi

Renmin University of China
PC

Ping Charoenwet

National Science Museum, Thailand
ZD

Zeynep Diker

University of Maryland
avatar for Christina Duffy

Christina Duffy

Imaging Scientist, The British Library
HF

Huiling Feng

Renmin University of China
avatar for Xiaoshuang Jia

Xiaoshuang Jia

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
ZK

Zois Koukopoulos

University of Patras
avatar for Dimitrios Koukopoulos

Dimitrios Koukopoulos

Assistant Professor, University of Patras
SL

Sandra Laib

Georgia Technology Research Institute (retired)
ML

Myeong Lee

Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland
Urban/community information and data anlytics
avatar for Jihong Liang

Jihong Liang

associate professor, Renmin University of China
Liang Jihong is an associate professor at School of Information Resource Management of Renmin University of China. Her academic field is ancient Chinese documents. In the past few years she has been interested in bibliographic database construction. Currently she is participating... Read More →
XL

Xinglin Liao

Renmin University of China
avatar for Lichao Liu

Lichao Liu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
avatar for Richard Marciano

Richard Marciano

Professor and Director, Digital Curation Innovation Center, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland
Dr. Richard Marciano is a professor in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland and director of the Digital Curation Innovation Center (DCIC). | | Prior to that, he conducted research at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California... Read More →
LN

Li Niu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
RO

Ronald Osgood

Indiana University Bloomington
avatar for Patrick C. Shih

Patrick C. Shih

Assistant Professor, Indiana University Bloomington
avatar for Aakanksha Singh

Aakanksha Singh

University of Maryland
WU

William Underwood

University of Maryland
YW

Ye Wang

Renmin University of China
YX

Yongjun Xu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
YZ

Yimeng Zhang

Renmin University of China
avatar for Yue Zheng

Yue Zheng

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China


9:00am

ECAI - New Technologies and Infrastructure
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator:  Lewis Lancaster, University of California, Berkeley

9:00-9:30
Alex Amies, Google
"Artificial Intelligence and the Study of Buddhism"

9:30-10:00
Patrick Schmitz, University of California, Berkeley
 “Scaling Research Computing and Data Infrastructure for Humanities and other Emerging Domains”  

10:00-10:30
Prof. Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Cheng-Jen Lee, and Chia-Hsun Wang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
"Retooling An Open Data Repository for A Research Data Repository"  

Moderators
LL

Lewis Lancaster

Prof. Emeritus, UC Berkeley
Honorary Chair VSMM 2016

Speaker
TC

Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Academia Sinica
avatar for Patrick Schmitz

Patrick Schmitz

University of California, Berkeley
Patrick Schmitz is Associate Director of Research IT Architecture and Strategy, providing IT strategy and solutions in support of campus research; and Program Director of Berkeley Research Computing. He has provided technical leadership to build IT solutions supporting museums and... Read More →


Saturday October 27, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

PNC - Applications of Artificial Intelligence
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator: Yung-Nien Sun, National Cheng Kung University

09:00-09:30    
Ya-Hsin Hsueh, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
Robot Indoor Navigation Using Visible Light Communication

09:30-10:00    
Yung-Nien Sun, National Cheng Kung University
An Effective CNN Approach for Vertebrae Segmentation from 3D CT Images

10:00-10:30    
Dieter Fritsch, University of Stuttgart
Gyrolog - Towards VR Preservations of Gyro Instruments for Historical and Didactical Research




Speaker
DF

Dieter Fritsch

Research Professor and Professor Emeritus, University of Stuttgart
- Studies of Surveying and Geodesy in Mainz and Bonn (1971-1977) | - PhD in Signal Processing at Univ Bonn (1982) | - Dr. habil Degree in Geographic Information Systems at Techn Univ Munich (1990) | - Assistant Professor at Univ Bonn (1978-1983) | - Assistant Professor and... Read More →
avatar for Ya-Hsin Hsueh

Ya-Hsin Hsueh

Associate Professor, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
YS

Yung-Nien Sun

National Cheng Kung University


Saturday October 27, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am
-SFAI Seminar 1 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Digital Interpretation & Presentation (ICOMOS ICIP Special Session)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Special Session on Interpretation led by the Int'l Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)  Int'l Scientific Committee on Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Sites (ICIP)
Moderator:  Sue Hodges, President, ICOMOS ICIP

Paper Presentations & Discussion
15min
#34f   Authoring Personal Interpretation in a 3D Virtual Heritage Site to Enhance Visitor Engagement
Hayun Kim, Sunyoung Bang and Woontack Woo

10min
#32s   A Comparison of the Capacities of Different Media in Coordinating Memory in the Experience of Cultural Heritage
Shengdan Cai, Eugene Ch'Ng and Yue Li

10min
#219s   Authenticity in Applications of Augmented Reality for Historic Preservation
Halley Ramos

10min
#216s   Augmenting an historical house. Villa Ciani 3D
Patrizia Schettino

10min
#210s   Future Virtual Heritage: A Multi-dimensional Immersive Environment Framework for Existing and Non-existing Architecture
Jessie Rogers, Tane Moleta and Marc Aurel Schnabel

10min
#44s   Enhancing cultural heritage exhibits in Museum Education: 3D Printing Technology Video mapping and 3D printed models merged into immersive audiovisual scenography
Franz Fischnaller and Francesca Fatta

10min
#36s   Participatory storytelling, 3D Digital Imaging and Museum Studies: A case study from Sicily
Elisa Bonacini, Davide Tanasi and Paolo Trapani

5min
#28p   Mind the Map - 3D printed tactile maps for archaeological sites and public spaces
Giorgos Mikrou

Moderators
SH

Sue Hodges

President, ICOMOS Int’l Scientific Committee for Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites (ICIP)

Speaker
avatar for Elisa Bonacini

Elisa Bonacini

Courtesy Visiting Adjunct Professor Institute for Digital Exploration (IDEx), Department of History, University of South Florida
Elisa Bonacini has a BA both in Classics and in Enhancement of Archaeological Heritage; specialized in Classical Archaeology, she is PhD in Humanities and Cultural Heritage and was a Research Fellow at Catania University. She is Courtesy Visiting Adjunct Professor at the University... Read More →
avatar for Shengdan Cai

Shengdan Cai

PhD student, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
avatar for Prof. Eugene Ch’ng

Prof. Eugene Ch’ng

Director, NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Professor Eugene Ch’ng is founder and director of the NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, NVIDIA Technology Centre, based at the University of Nottingham’s China campus. He graduated with a best PhD award from the Electronics, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the... Read More →
FF

Francesca Fatta

Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria
avatar for Franz Fischnaller

Franz Fischnaller

Professor, Albertina Academy of Fine Arts
Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner ( author,designer, project manager,curator) working across the field of Arts, cultural heritage, humanities design, architecture, science and technology,. | Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner - author, creative... Read More →
avatar for Hayun Kim

Hayun Kim

Ph.D. Candidate, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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Yue (Cynthia) Li

PhD student, NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality
Yue Li is a PhD student at the International Doctoral Innovation Centre and a member of the NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality (NVIDIA Technology Centre). She graduated from the University of Nottingham Ningbo China in 2016 with a first-class degree in Computer Science. Her current... Read More →
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Giorgos Mikrou

Dalkafouki Oikos LTD - Traditional restoration materials
TM

Tane Moleta

Victoria University of Wellington
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Halley Ramos

Co-Founder, Columbia University
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Jessie Rogers

Thesis Candidate, Victoria University of Wellington
PS

Patrizia Schettino

digital media specialist, AGID, Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
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Marc Aurel Schnabel

Dean, Faculty Architecture & Design, Victoria University of Wellington
Marc Aurel Schnabel is the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Design, Professor in Architectural Tech-nology at the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and Visiting Professor at School of Architecture, Sheffield University. Trained as an Architect... Read More →
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Bang Sunyoung

KAIST UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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Davide Tanasi

Assistant Professor, University of South Florida
Co-founder of the Institute for Digital Exploration (IDEx)
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Paolo Trapani

University of Catania
avatar for Woontack Woo

Woontack Woo

Professor, UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology


Saturday October 27, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

10:30am

Coffee Break
Saturday October 27, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

Opening Ceremony
Limited Capacity seats available

Congress Opening Ceremony

Introductions and Welcome
- Prof. Alonzo C. Addison, Congress Chair & President, VSMM Society
- Dr. Chin-Shing Huang, Chairman, Pacific Neighborhood Consortium & Vice President, Academia Sinica
- Prof. Lewis Lancaster, Director, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiatives
- Prof. Gordon Knox, President, San Francisco Art Institute

Congress Leadership
Congress Chair – Prof. Alonzo C. Addison, President, VSMM Society
Prof. Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director General for Culture, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization
Prof. Gilberto Corbellini, Director, Dept of Social Sciences, Humanities & Cultural Heritage,Italian Nat’l Research Council
Dr. Leslie Hartzell, Cultural Resources Division Chief, California State Parks
Dr. Pascal Lievaux, Chief of Research & Scientific Policy, Directorate of Heritage, French Ministry of Culture & Communications

Federated Event Chairs
VSMM 2018 Conference – Alonzo Addison & Harold Thwaites
PNC 2018 Conference & Meetings – Ling-Jyh Chen

2+3D Photography Symposia – Cecile van der Harten
ARCHAEOVIRTUAL2018 (via livestream connection to Paestum Italy) Expo – Sofia Pescarin
Assoc of Canadian Archivists Session – Luciana Durante
CAA (Computer Applications in Archaeology) Symposia  – Lisa Fischer & Heather Richards-Rissetto
ICOMOS CIPA Special Session – Andreas Georgeopolous, Mario Santana, Fabio Remondino
ICOMOS ICIP Special Session – Sue Hodges & John Jameson
SEAV Arqueologica 2.0 – Victor Lopez-Menchero
Space2Place Symposium – Maurizio Forte & Stefano Campana

Special Track Chairs
Archaeological Data (EU ARIADNE ARIADNE Panel) – Franco Niccolucci & Sorin Hermon
Emotions in Digital Cultural Heritage (EU EMOTIVE Special Session) - Maria Economou & Maria Roussou
5D Virtual Heritage (Nottingham Trent University Workshop) – Gamal Abdelmonem
Infrastructure for Heritage Sciences (EU E-RIHS Panel) – Luca Pezzati & Sofia Pescarin
Tangible & Embodied Experiences (EU MeSCH Special Session) – Daniela Petrelli
Research Data Openness (EU PARTHENOS Roundtable) – Franco Niccolucci & Sorin Hermon
Videogames & Multimedia (EU REVEAL Session) – Sofia Pescarin & CNR ITABC & CNR ITD

Speaker
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Alonzo C. Addison

Congress Chair, DigitalHERITAGE 2018
Lon Addison brings over 30 years of leadership in strategic planning and management of digital technology and research in design & engineering, architecture & the arts, heritage & culture, the environment and more. With executive roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley... Read More →
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Dr. Chin-Shing Huang

Chair, Pacific Neighborhood Consortium, Academia Sinica
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Gordon Knox

President, San Francisco Art Institute
Gordon Knox is President of SFAI. Prior to this role, he served as Director of Arizona State University Art Museum. Previously, Knox led Global Initiatives at the Stanford Humanities Lab, where he identified, developed and implemented international projects that combine the understandings... Read More →
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Lewis Lancaster

Prof. Emeritus, UC Berkeley
Honorary Chair VSMM 2016

Committee
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Andreas Georgopoulos

Prof. of Photogrammetry, National Technical Univ. of Athens
Geometric documentation of Monuments, movable or not and also Intangible Cultural Heritage.
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Daniela Petrelli

Prof. of Interaction Design, Sheffield Halam University
I am a researcher interested in the Internet of Things, personalization, tangible and embodied interaction, and immersive experiences. With my team, I have designed, developed and evaluated bespoke interactive installations that blend the material and the digital. I coordinated the... Read More →
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Dr. Pascal Lievaux

Chief of Research & Scientific Policy, Directorate of Heritage, French Ministry of Culture & Communications
Pascal Liévaux is chief curator of the heritage. PhD in art history, specializing in modern architecture, he taught at the University of Tours. He had numerous articles and books on architecture and urban planning from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century published. Since 2010... Read More →
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Franco Niccolucci

Prof. & Director VAST-LAB-PIN, Univ. of Florence
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Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →
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Leslie L. Hartzell, Ph.D.

Cultural Resources Division Chief, Department Preservation Officer and Tribal Liaison, California State Parks
40 years professional experience in Western North American, Australia and Hawaii: Anthropology | Archaeology | Collections Management | Education | Historic Preservation | Interpretive Multimedia Exhibit Design. Graduate of UC Davis in Anthropology/Archaeology with a BA, MA and P... Read More →
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Ling-Jyh Chen, Ph.D.

CEO, Pacific Neighborhood Consortium
Dr. Ling-Jyh Chen received the B.Ed. degree in information and computer education from National Taiwan Normal University in 1998, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from University of California at Los Angeles in 2002 and 2005 respectively. He joined the Institute... Read More →
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Lisa Fischer

Chair, CAA North America, and Director, Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
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Luca Pezzati

Coordinator, E-RIHS (European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science), Italian Nat’l Research Council
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Maria Economou

Sr. Lecturer in Museum Studies & Curator, Information Studies & Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow
Dr Maria Economou is Senior Lecturer in Museum Studies & Curator, a joint post at the University of Glasgow shared between Information Studies and the Hunterian Museum, where she is responsible for the Digital Strategy. She has previously worked at the universities of the Aegean in... Read More →
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Prof. Gamal Abdelmonem, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair in Architecture, Director of CAUGH Research Centre, Nottingham Trent University
Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is Chair in Architecture and the Director of the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH) at the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University. | | At The Nottingham Trent University, Gamal... Read More →
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Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →
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Sorin Hermon

Assoc Prof., Digital Cultural Heritage, The Cyprus Institute
digital cultural heritage, knowledge repositories, scientific visualisation, data quality
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Stefano Campana, Ph.D.

Co-Chair Space2Place Symposia & Prof. of History & Cultural Heritage,, Univ. of Sienna
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Sue Hodges

President, ICOMOS Int’l Scientific Committee for Interpretation & Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites (ICIP)


11:30am

Keynote - Future Internet: Knowledge Utopia or Digital Dystopia?
Limited Capacity seats available

Speaker
avatar for Dr. Brewster Kahle

Dr. Brewster Kahle

Founder and Digital Librarian, Internet Archive
A passionate advocate for public Internet access and a successful entrepreneur, Brewster Kahle has spent his career intent on a singular focus: providing Universal Access to All Knowledge. He is the founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive, one of the largest digital... Read More →


12:00pm

12:15pm

Congress Group Photo
Please join us for a group photo followed by the opening of the exposition

12:15pm

DH Expo and Posters
Exposition of leading technologies and research in digital heritage, plus DH and PNC Conference poster displays of research.

12:30pm

Lunch
Gourmet Food Truck luncheon in front of the Festival Pavilion

Choose from:
Zagat-rated Mozzeria, a top-rated SF pizzeria for pizza and salads:
    * Salumi Pizza with side of salad
    * Margherita Pizza with side of salad (Vegetarian option)

or  Seoul of Taipei, a famous San Francisco style of Asian-fusion cuisine:
    * Korean Braised Beef – beef gravy, mixed greens, soy vinaigrette, kimchi, black beans, herb crema, green onions
    * Taipei Pork Belly – pork gravy, black beans, mixed greens, soy vinaigrette, daikon kimchi, cilantro
    * Vegetarian Curry – carrots, broccoli, red peppers, green salad, black beans, lotus root, pickled daikon (Vegetarian option)
    * Roasted Ginger Chicken – mixed greens, black beans, pickled daikon, ginger gravy glaze, cilantro (Gluten-Free option)



1:30pm

Keynote - Towards a Spoken Version of Google: Making the Global Knowledge Accessible by Voice
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Moderators
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Shih-Lung Shaw

Professor, The University of Tennessee
Geographic Information Science, Space-Time Analytics, Transportation, Human Dynamics

Speaker
avatar for Prof. Lin-shan Lee

Prof. Lin-shan Lee

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, National Taiwan University
Lin-shan Lee received a B.S. from National Taiwan University and a Ph.D. from Stanford University, both in Electrical Engineering. He has been a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of National Taiwan University since 1982, and served as the head of Computer Science... Read More →


Saturday October 27, 2018 1:30pm - 2:10pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

1:30pm

DigitalHERITAGE Poster Presentations
Limited Capacity seats available

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Posters will be on display in the Expo Hall from noon Saturday to 5pm Sunday.  
 
(Note to authors: physical 4x3 posters can be installed in the lobby of the Festival Pavilion starting at 10:30am on Saturday. The Poster Presentations for all DigitalHERITAGE Posters listed below will take place on the main stage as 3min/3slide lightning presentations.  Some poster presentations are presented as part of special sessions instead of in this session.)

#68p   Spider-web memory ——based on the face recognition applied in the old posing photos
Jing Sang, Ziyi Chang and Deqing Tang

#73p   Study on Digital Protecting of Dialect Heritage:A preliminary Survey of Dialect Archiving in China
Shengnan Yao, Mengting Dai and Xiaoshuang Jia

#76p   The impact of physical object and visual image on social cognitive concept on cultural heritage
Hyuk-Jin Lee

#2p   From Museums to Musicology: the Cooperation between Museums and Art
Lulu Wang and Yongjun Xu

#94p   Campus Archaeology: Digital Tools and Data Standardization
Catherine Elliott, Amy Neumann and Effie Athanassopoulos

#51p   3D Cultural Heritage in the Archaeology Classroom
Claudia Engel, Stuart Snydman and Krish Seetah

#98p   Pattern Collector —— an Application that Spreads the Forgotten Meanings of Chinese Traditional Patterns
Mingxue Gou, Chiahua Lin and Yangnan Wei

#135p   Photographic and modeled experience of a museum exhibit: Capturing and sharing
Jesse Rouse and Nancy Fields

#81p   Interactive Virtual Former Residences of Celebrities of Beijing
Mengxun Wang, Leiqian Han, Yue Zeng and Da Yin

#122p   A 3D Reconstruction Pipeline of Cultural Objects
Karl Philips Apaza Agüero, Pedro Raimundo, Daniel Loura and Yuri Oliveira

#127p   Scalable Photogrammetry with High Performance Computing
Tassie Gniady, Esen Tuna, Guangchen Ruan, Eric Wernert and James McCombs

#133p   Digital Documentation of Cerro de En Medio, Mexico: Image-based Modeling for Reinterpreting the Northern Frontier of Mesoamerica
Manuel De Jesus Dueñas Garcia, Miriam Selene Campos Martinez and Nicola Lercari

#86p   The Democratization of Scientific Imaging through Metadata Management and Archival Submission Support
Carla Schroer and Mark Mudge

#145p   Steps towards Heritage Innovation: Design a Strategic Approach with Traditional Crafts for Creative Heritage Development (CHD)
Jiayi Jin

#126p   Beyond 3D Standards Dogma: Or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Input Transparency
Brian Pope, Scott Purdy and Michael Conyers

#54p   Designing Edutainment Games for Intangible Cultural Heritage: a Case Study of Peking Nursery Rhymes
Xiaoshuang Jia, Ting Chen, Yiyuan Hu, Yue Tan, Xiaodie You and Shengnan Yao

#93p   3D Virtualization and Collaborative Learning at the Cravens Collection
Laura Harrison, Robert Scalise, Hannah Quaintance, Conner Awayda and Michelle Assaad

#213p   A digitally reconstructed Roman marketplace disintegrates
Jona Schlegel and Kelly Gillikin

#131p   Spatial Vignettes: Developing Embedded Content for the Virtual Hampton Landscape Exploration Platform
Susan Bergeron

S#107s   Applying Virtual Restoration Modeling and Sand Printing of Weathered Rampart Stone Based on Three-dimensional Scanning
Jae Myong Yeo, Young Hoon Jo and Yeong Taek Kim

M#88s   Restoration of the Damaged Korean Stone Seated Bodhisattva Sculpture Using Three-dimensional Virtual Modeling and Printing Technologies
Seonghyuk Hong, Young Hoon Jo, Yoon Mi Kwon and Seong Yeon Jo

Speaker
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Karl Philips Apaza Agüero

Federal University of Bahia
MA

Michelle Assaad

Access 3D Lab, University of South Florida
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Effie Athanassopoulos

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
CA

Conner Awayda

University at Buffalo
SB

Susan Bergeron

Coastal Carolina University
ZC

Ziyi Chang

Renmin University of China
TC

Ting Chen

Humanistic Beijing Studies Center, Renmin University of China
MC

Michael Conyers

The Arc/k Project
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Mengting Dai

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
CE

Catherine Elliott

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
CE

Claudia Engel

Academic Technology Specialist, Stanford University
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Nancy Fields

University of North Carolina at Pembroke
MD

Manuel De Jesus Dueñas Garcia

University of California, Merced
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Tassie Gniady

Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities Manager, Indiana University
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Mingxue Gou

Renmin University of China
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Leiqian Han

Renmin University of China
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Laura Harrison

Director, Access 3D Lab, University of South Florida
I am a Research Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida, and the director of Access 3D Lab - a research lab that incubates and supports transformative research in the digital realm. Projects at the lab encompass STEM disciplines, the arts and the humanities. | | Originally... Read More →
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Yiyuan Hu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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Xiaoshuang Jia

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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Jiayi Jin

Northumbria University
SJ

Sang Jing

School of Information Management, Renmin University of China
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Young Hoon Jo

Professor, Kongju National University
HL

Hyuk-Jin Lee

Texas Woman's University
Cultural heritage, Built heritage, Korean study, East Asia collaboration, Philosophy, History
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Nicola Lercari

Asst. Prof. of World Heritage, Univ. of Calif. Merced
Research Interests: | - Digital heritage | - 3D Visualization | - Remote Sensing | - Heritage Conservation | - Virtual Reality | - Serious Games | - Digital Storytelling
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Chiahua Lin

Junior student, Renmin University of China
Lin Chiahua is a junior student majoring in Archival Studies at Renmin University of China. Her current research is about designing a mobile application to improve public understanding of Chinese traditional costume patterns, and this time her group’s submission was accepted as... Read More →
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Daniel Loura

Federal University of Bahia
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Miriam Selene Campos Martinez

University of California, Merced
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James McCombs

Indiana University Bloomington
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Mark Mudge

President, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Mark Mudge is President and co-founder of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) and the current Chairman of the Board of Directors. Since decades Mark has worked in 3D information capture environments and digital photography. Together with Tom Malzbender he is a co-inventor of the Highlight... Read More →
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Amy Neumann

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
YO

Yuri Oliveira

Federal University of Bahia
BP

Brian Pope

The Arc/k Project
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Scott Purdy

Director of Operations, The Arc/k Project
After seeing firsthand the amazing possibilities of photogrammetry, Scott has been honored to see The Arc/k Project grow as the need to preserve culture takes on an even more urgent tone. As the Director of Operations at Arc/k, he relishes the challenge of using his knowhow to bring... Read More →
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Hannah Quaintance

University at Buffalo Art Galleries
PR

Pedro Raimundo

Federal University of Bahia
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Jesse Rouse

Geography Instructor, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
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Guangchen Ruan

Indiana University Bloomington
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Robert Scalise

University at Buffalo Art Galleries
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Jona Schlegel

Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Reconstruction
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Kelly Gillikin Schoueri

Independent Freelancer
I'm an archaeologist turned digital heritage specialist. I lived and worked in Vienna for the past two years working with digital reconstructions of archaeological sites based on geophysical data, analogies and excavation reports. I recently moved to São Paulo and will be freelancing... Read More →
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Carla Schroer

Cultural Heritage Imaging
Carla Schroer leads the training programs at CHI and works on field capture projects with Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and related computational photography techniques. She also directs the software development and testing activities at CHI, she is a CHI founder... Read More →
KS

Krish Seetah

Stanford University
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Stuart Snydman

Associate Director for Digital Strategy, Stanford University Libraries
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Yue Tan

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
DT

Deqing Tang

School of Information Management, Renmin University of China
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Esen Tuna

Manager, Research Data Services, Indiana University
Research Data Management and Workflows | High Performance Photogrammetry Workflows | Scalable Media Analytics
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Lulu Wang

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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Eric Wernert

Indiana University
YX

Yongjun Xu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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Shengnan Yao

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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Da Yin

Renmin University of China
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Xiaodie You

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
I am a student from Renmin University of China.
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Yue Zeng

Renmin University of China


1:30pm

Are your archaeological data FAIR enough? (EU ARIADNE Special Session)
Limited Capacity filling up

Are your archaeological data FAIR enough?
Organized by the EU ARIADNE project and community

Chairs: Franco Niccolucci and Sorin Hermon

The data related FAIR (Findable-Accessible-Interoperable-Reusable) acronym has become a buzzword in the digital archaeological community. Pushed by EU funders as a requirement, and by social pressure to open the data vaults, FAIRness may risk having counter-effects by making available a mass of data without knowing what to do with them and how they may contribute to the progress of archaeological knowledge.

Speakers
1.    Di Giorgio S.Ronzino P. “PARTHENOS Data Management Plan template for Open Research in Archaeology” short paper 172
2.     Niccolucci F.Felicetti A. “A CIDOC CRM-based Model for the Documentation of Heritage Sciences” full paper 170
3.     Ronzino P. et al “Towards the integration of spatial data through the Italian Geoportal for Archaeological Resources” full paper 99
4.     Felicetti A. et al. “NLP tools for Knowledge extraction …” full paper 104
5.     Amico N. et al. “The Murate project and Vasari’s last supper” short paper 105
6.     France, F. “Integrating and Visualizing Humanities and Heritage Science Data” short paper 48



Moderators
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Sorin Hermon

Assoc Prof., Digital Cultural Heritage, The Cyprus Institute
digital cultural heritage, knowledge repositories, scientific visualisation, data quality
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Franco Niccolucci

Prof. & Director VAST-LAB-PIN, Univ. of Florence

Speaker
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Nicola Amico

University of Florence
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Achille Felicetti

PIN, University of Florence
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Fenella France

Library of Congress
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Sara Di Giorgio

CulturaItalia's project manager, EU projects consultant, Italian Ministry of Cultural Activities
I’m currently leading a team for the development of CulturaItalia, the Italian National aggregator, that collects digital resources from thematic national and regional portals and databases of public and private institutions belonging to the world of Italian culture. I’m managing... Read More →
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Paola Ronzino

PIN, Università degli Studi di Firenze


Saturday October 27, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

2:10pm

Keynote - The Tethered Economy
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Moderators
MB

Michael Buckland

Emeritus Professor, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley

Speaker
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Prof. Chris Jay Hoofnagle

Adjunct Professor of Information and Law, University of California, Berkeley
Chris Jay Hoofnagle helps students from different disciplinary perspectives understand the effects of law on technology. He is author of Federal Trade Commission Privacy Law and Policy (Cambridge University Press 2016). He holds dual appointments in Information and in the School of... Read More →


Saturday October 27, 2018 2:10pm - 2:50pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

2:15pm

Tangible & Embodied Experiences (EU MeSch Special Session)
Limited Capacity full
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Tangible & Embodied Experiences Special Session
   Organized by: the EU MeSch Project and Sheffield Hallam University
   Chair: Prof. Daniela Petrelli

Paper Presentations

15min
#120f   Exploring the Potential of the Internet of Things at a Heritage Site through Co-Design Practice
Daniela Petrelli, Nicholas Dulake, Mark T. Marshall, Andrew Roberts, Frances McIntosh and Joe Savage

15min
#69f   Mixed Reality for Museum Experiences: A Co-Creative Tactile-immersive Virtual Coloring Serious Game
Kaja Antlej, Ben Horan, Michael Mortimer, Robert Leen, Marie Allaman, Pat Vickers-Rich and Thomas Rich

15min
#40f   illuminations: Exploring Engagement with Intangible Heritage Through Multiple Making
Simon Bowen, Tim Shaw, John Bowers and Magnus Williamson

15min
#207f   Prototyping on site Virtual Museums: the case study of the co-design approach to the Palatine hill in Rome (Barberini Vineyard) exhibition
Sofia Pescarin, Enzo d'Annibale, Bruno Fanini and Daniele Ferdani

15min
#49f   Multisensory Interactive Storytelling to Augment the Visit of a Historical House Museum
Caroline Claisse, Daniela Petrelli, Mark Marshall and Luigina Ciolfi

10min
#25s   Virtual journey through the history of the Fort Saint Jean, Marseille (VJ -FSJ Project)..New Media exhibit at the Musée des civilisations de L'Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM)
Franz Fischnaller

10min
#79s   Creative expression through tangible narrative: How 3D printing may complement our pedagogical investigation of heritage
Bernard Guy, Zach Challies and Diana Burton

10min
#130s   Re-Engineering Computational Curricula with Postdigital Heritage, Critical Humanities, and Community Engagement
Rebecca Rouse and Lissa Holloway-Attaway

10min
#191s   A Study of Natural Interactions with Digital Heritage Artifacts
Latifa Khalid Al-Thani and Divakaran Liginlal

Moderators
avatar for Daniela Petrelli

Daniela Petrelli

Prof. of Interaction Design, Sheffield Halam University
I am a researcher interested in the Internet of Things, personalization, tangible and embodied interaction, and immersive experiences. With my team, I have designed, developed and evaluated bespoke interactive installations that blend the material and the digital. I coordinated the... Read More →

Speaker
LK

Latifa Khalid Al-Thani

Carnegie Mellon University
MA

Marie Allaman

National Wool Museum – City of Greater Geelong
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Kaja Antlej

CADET Virtual Reality Lab Researcher – Museums/Heritage and Lecturer in Industrial Design, Deakin University
Dr Kaja Antlej is Lecturer in Industrial Design and CADET Virtual Reality Lab Researcher – Museums and Heritage at the School of Engineering, Deakin University, interested in human-centered design and digital heritage/virtual museums (design and evaluation). She has a MSc in Industrial... Read More →
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Simon Bowen

Senior Research Associate, Newcastle University
Attendee
JB

John Bowers

Newcastle University
DB

Diana Burton

School of Design, Victoria University of Wellington
ZC

Zach Challies

School of Design, Victoria University of Wellington
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Luigina Ciolfi

Sheffield Hallam University
I am a human-centred computing scholar with interest in understanding and designing for human practices involving interactive technologies. Museums and cultural heritage have long been a key focus of my work and I have been involved over 20 years in many projects regarding new cultural... Read More →
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Caroline Claisse

Sheffield Hallam University
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Enzo d'Annibale

ITABC (Institute for Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage), CNR (Italian National Research Council)
ND

Nicholas Dulake

Sheffield Hallam University
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Bruno Fanini

R&D Immersive VR / 3D programmer, CNR-ITABC
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Daniele Ferdani

CNR (Italian National Research Council)
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Franz Fischnaller

Professor, Albertina Academy of Fine Arts
Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner ( author,designer, project manager,curator) working across the field of Arts, cultural heritage, humanities design, architecture, science and technology,. | Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner - author, creative... Read More →
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Bernard Guy

School of Design, Victoria University of Wellington
FH

Frank Henze

TU Dresden
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Lissa Holloway-Attaway

Associate Professor, University of Skövde
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Ben Horan

Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
Dr Horan led the design and development of the CAVE and Virtual Reality Facility within the Centre for Advanced Design and Engineering Training (CADET) at Deakin University. Ben is leading the CADET VR Lab and the Head of Discipline for Mechatronics within the School of Engineering... Read More →
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Robert Leen

Deakin University
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Divakaran Liginlal

Professor (Teaching Track), Carnegie Mellon University
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Mark T. Marshall

Sheffield Hallam University
FM

Frances McIntosh

English Heritage
MM

Michael Mortimer

Deakin University
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Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →
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Thomas Rich

Museums Victoria
AR

Andrew Roberts

English Heritage
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Rebecca Rouse

Assistant Professor, Department of the Arts, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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Joe Savage

English Heritage
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Tim Shaw

Newcastle University
PV

Pat Vickers-Rich

PrimeSCI, Swinburne University of Technology
MW

Magnus Williamson

Newcastle University


3:00pm

3:30pm

Digital Presentation - VR & Visualization
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator:  Sarah Kenderdine
Paper Presentations:

15min
#140f   Digital Arts Applied in the Interpretation of The Row Dance in Confucius Memorial Ceremony
Jihong Liang, Tianran Duan, Huiling Feng and Xiaoshuang Jia

15min
#121f   Encoding VR sessions: image-based techniques to record and inspect immersive experiences
Bruno Fanini and Luigi Cinque

15min
#39f   Cinematic Virtual Reality With Motion Parallax From a Single Monoscopic Omnidirectional Image
Grégoire Dupont de Dinechin and Alexis Paljic

15min
#22f   Multiuser Interaction with Hybrid VR and AR for Cultural Heritage Objects
Yue Li, Eugene Ch'Ng, Shengdan Cai and Simon See

10min
#53s   Digital 3D Modelling Technologies for Heritage Research and Education
Sander Münster

10min
#31s   Tomb of a Sultan: A VR Digital Heritage Approach
Zi Siang See, Delas Santano, Matthew Sansom, Chi How Fong and Harold Thwaites



Speaker
avatar for Shengdan Cai

Shengdan Cai

PhD student, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
avatar for Prof. Eugene Ch’ng

Prof. Eugene Ch’ng

Director, NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Professor Eugene Ch’ng is founder and director of the NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, NVIDIA Technology Centre, based at the University of Nottingham’s China campus. He graduated with a best PhD award from the Electronics, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the... Read More →
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Luigi Cinque

Sapienza University of Rome
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Grégoire Dupont de Dinechin

Virtual reality PhD student, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University
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Tianran Duan

Renmin University of China
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Bruno Fanini

R&D Immersive VR / 3D programmer, CNR-ITABC
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Huiling Feng

Renmin University of China
avatar for Chi How Fong

Chi How Fong

University Tunku Abdul Rahman
avatar for Xiaoshuang Jia

Xiaoshuang Jia

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
avatar for Yue (Cynthia) Li

Yue (Cynthia) Li

PhD student, NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality
Yue Li is a PhD student at the International Doctoral Innovation Centre and a member of the NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality (NVIDIA Technology Centre). She graduated from the University of Nottingham Ningbo China in 2016 with a first-class degree in Computer Science. Her current... Read More →
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Jihong Liang

associate professor, Renmin University of China
Liang Jihong is an associate professor at School of Information Resource Management of Renmin University of China. Her academic field is ancient Chinese documents. In the past few years she has been interested in bibliographic database construction. Currently she is participating... Read More →
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Sander Münster

TU Dresden
AP

Alexis Paljic

MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University
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Matthew Sansom

Professor, Sunway University
Assoc. Dean School of Arts. Member of the Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media. Multimedia artist and academic specialising in sound, music, and the philosophy and aesthetics of creative process. www.matthewsansom.com
avatar for Delas Santano

Delas Santano

Audiovisual Producer, Sunway University
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Zi Siang See

Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media (CRCDM), Sunway University
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Simon See

NVIDIA AI Technology Centre, Singapore
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Harold Thwaites

Professor - Head CRCDM, Sunway University
Honorary Lifetime President VSMM, Professor and Head of the Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media, School of Arts - Sunway University Kuala Lumpur. Originally from Montreal Canada, he taught at Concordia University for 31 years as a tenured member of the Communication Studies... Read More →


3:30pm

ECAI - Digital Humanities Infrastructure
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Moderator:  Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley

3:30-4:00
Hsiung-Ming Liao, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
"Cyber Infrastructure for GeoHumanities"

4:00-4:30
Patrick Golden, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“PeriodO 2: Linking, discovering, and reconciling information about the past”

4:30-5:00
Prof. Andy Jan, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
 "Textual Analysis of the Speech of Yu-Lin Han, a prestigious master of I-Kuan Tao"

Moderators
HL

Howie Lan

University of California, Berkeley

Speaker
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Patrick Golden

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
JA

Jihn-Fa Andy Jan

Associate Professor, National Chengchi University
avatar for Hsiung-Ming Liao

Hsiung-Ming Liao

GIS Specialist, Academia Sinica


Saturday October 27, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:30pm

PNC - Biodiversity Benefits to Ecosystem Service and Human Well-beings
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator: Chang-Hung Chou, Academia Sinica

Speakers:

3:30-3:50pm  
Shigeo Yachi, Kyoto University
How to Resolve the Scale Mismatch in Watershed-scale Ecosystem Management: the Role of Community-based Ecosystem Restoration

3:50-4:10pm
Hiromi Uno, Kyoto University
Habitat Connectivity Allow Animal Migrations and Couple Spatially Distinct Ecosystems: Streams as Habitat Links

4:10-4:30pm
Yu-Chung Chiang, National Sun Yat-Sen University
Management of Biodiversity Conservation based on Genetic Diversity in Ecological and Agricultural Restoration

4:30-4:50pm
Chih-Yu Chiu, Academia Sinica
The Role of Bamboo Plays in Different Soil Ecosystems: Bandit or Hero

4:50-5:00pm 
Q&A



Moderators
CC

Chang-Hung Chou

Academia Sinica

Speaker
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Yu-Chung Chiang

Professor and Chair of Department of Biological Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University
CC

Chih-Yu Chiu

Academia Sinica
HU

Hiromi UNO

Kyoto University
SY

Shigeo Yachi

Kyoto University


Saturday October 27, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
-SFAI Seminar 1 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:30pm

Panel: Which future for Digital Heritage? (EU PARTHENOS Special Session)
Limited Capacity seats available

Panel/Workshop: Which future for digital heritage?
Organized by the EU PARTHENOS Project, with the Research Data Alliance, Science Europe, and more

Which are the most important scientific trends influencing the future of digital heritage research? How will it be affected by a much larger availability of digital data? What will be the impact on it of policies and technologies such as Open Science, FAIR data, cyberinfrastructures, cloud extensive use, and so on? Which scenarios can be expected in the next 5-10 years?
These and other similar issues may influence decisions and shape current work to adapt to a fast-evolving research environment.

The workshop will address such questions and will contribute to the preparation of a Foresight Study carried out by the PARTHENOS project (www.parthenos-project.eu) and due to appear in Spring 2019.

After an introduction by the panelists, the audience will be asked to provide their opinions, to be collected into a report of the workshop for inclusion in the Study.

Panelists:
Mark Hedges (King’s College, London, UK) PARTHENOS Foresight Study editor, chair
Franco Niccolucci (PIN, Prato, Italy) PARTHENOS and ARIADNEplus Project Coordinator
Fenella France (Conservation Department of the Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA)
Jong-on Hahm (National Science Foundation, Washington DC, USA)
Sorin Hermon (Science & Technology in Archaeology Research Centre of the Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus)
Joseph Padfield (National Gallery, London, UK)
Mervin Richard (National Gallery, Washington DC, USA)
Eric Kansa (Open Context, San Francisco, USA)

Moderators
avatar for Sorin Hermon

Sorin Hermon

Assoc Prof., Digital Cultural Heritage, The Cyprus Institute
digital cultural heritage, knowledge repositories, scientific visualisation, data quality
avatar for Franco Niccolucci

Franco Niccolucci

Prof. & Director VAST-LAB-PIN, Univ. of Florence

Speaker
avatar for Fenella France

Fenella France

Library of Congress
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Jong-on Hahm

Program Director, National Science Foundation
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Mark Hedges

Senior Lecturer, King's College London
avatar for Eric Kansa

Eric Kansa

Open Context
avatar for Richard Mervin

Richard Mervin

National Gallery of Art, USA
avatar for Joseph Padfield

Joseph Padfield

Principal Scientist, The National Gallery, UK
National Gallery, London, Principal Scientist, with expertise in preventive conservation, colour science, conservation documentation, technical examination of paintings, generating/sharing digital images, image processing, web development, data management and integration systems development... Read More →


Saturday October 27, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

5:00pm

Plenary: VR, Art & Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

Presentations and a discussion around the past, present and future of VR for art and culture with luminaries in the field.

Moderators
avatar for Linda Jacobson

Linda Jacobson

Board of Directors, Virtual World Society
Let's talk about augmented reality development and implementation! I've been a digital heritage aficionado since 1995 when I taught DeYoung docents how to install and exhibit “Virtual Pompeii” by the late media-arts scholar Carl Loeffler. I was the tech industry’s first-ever... Read More →

Speaker
avatar for Franz Fischnaller

Franz Fischnaller

Professor, Albertina Academy of Fine Arts
Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner ( author,designer, project manager,curator) working across the field of Arts, cultural heritage, humanities design, architecture, science and technology,. | Interdisciplinary scholar, researcher and practitioner - author, creative... Read More →
avatar for Jacki Morie

Jacki Morie

Virtual Environment Pioneer
Jacquelyn Morie has 25 years experience in developing innovative techniques for virtual reality environments. She spent 13 years as a Sr. Research Scientist at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT), where she created novel VR telehealth care activities. She also worked... Read More →


 
Sunday, October 28
 

8:30am

Registration
Sunday October 28, 2018 8:30am - 5:00pm
-Festival Lobby @ Ft Mason Ctr 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Keynote - Experimental Museology: Reframing the Archive
Limited Capacity seats available

Committee
avatar for Prof. Sarah Kenderdine

Prof. Sarah Kenderdine

Professor of Digital Museology, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Professor Sarah Kenderdine researches at the forefront of interactive and immersive experiences for galleries, libraries, archives and museums. In widely exhibited installation works, she has amalgamated cultural heritage with new media art practice, especially in the realms of interactive... Read More →


9:00am

DH Expo and Posters
Exposition of leading technologies and research in digital heritage, plus DH and PNC Conference poster displays of research 

9:20am

Keynote - AntWeb: a 15-year quest to digitize all ant species
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for this exciting presentation from a modern-day explorer, scientist, and digital pioneer.  In his quest to digitize all ant species, Dr. Fisher and his team have deployed tools from photogrammetry to CT-scanning to the world of entomology. 

Speaker
avatar for Dr. Brian L. Fisher

Dr. Brian L. Fisher

Chairman of Entomology and Adjunct Professor, California Academy of Sciences
Dr. Fisher is a modern-day explorer who treks through the last remote rainforests, deserts, and plains of Madagascar in search of ants. His research highlights insects as a useful tool to discover and preserve all plants and animals on this unique island. Along the way, he has discovered... Read More →



9:40am

Keynote - From Presidents to Art - 3D scanning innovations
Limited Capacity seats available

Speaker
avatar for Sergey Sukhovey

Sergey Sukhovey

Cofounder and COO, Artec 3D
Sergey Sukhovey is one of the founders of Artec 3D and currently serves as its Chief Operating Officer. He manages the company’s major leads, as well as oversees its legal and financial restructuring. In addition he manages the internal processes that the company needs to implement... Read More →


10:00am

10:30am

10:30am

PNC Poster Session
Limited Capacity seats available

PNC Poster Presentations will be held in the Festival Pavilion opposite the Posters on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018 from 10:30-11:30am.   For those who are joining the poster competition, please ensure to be in presence onsite by your poster during this time to present to the judges and answer their questions.

(Please Note that all DigitalHERITAGE Poster Presentations are not part of this session and will be held on Saturday at 1:30pm, or as part of a special session if specially selected for a longer presentation.)

PNC Poster Presentation List:

1. The Application Platform of Early Childhood Games Protection
Joni Tzuchen Tang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

2. Construction of a Global Sharable ‘National Memory’ Website: Case Study of Taiwan Memory Online Exhibition and Management System
Shu-Fen Hung, National Central Library

3. A Data-Mining Approach for Exploring Place-Names of Taiwan
Wei-Chia Huang, Jinn-Guey Lay, National Taiwan University

4. Digital Buddhist in Adult Education - Based on the Europe Fo Guang Shan’s e-Learning
Miaolung Shih & Suzy Wang, London Foguangshan Buddhist Temple

5. Exploring Ancient East-West Corridor of Mainland Southeast Asia
Mamoru Shibayama, Kyoto University
Akiko Tashiro, Hokkaido University
Toshikatsu Ito, Aichi University
Masako Marui, Sophia University
Yuni Sato & Hiroshi Sugiyama, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties.

6. The Study of Colors Mixed Games in Digital Activity--in Story of Brushing Teeth--in Story of Brushing Teeth
Joni Tang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology,
Chia Chun Chen & Shih-Chien Lin, Fooyin University

7. The Study of Comparison in Digital Learning Group and Traditional Classroom Group
--in Story of Going to the Grocery Sto     --in Story of Going to the Grocery Store
Joni Tang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Sin Yin Lin, Fooyin University,

8. Academia Sinica Digital Humanities Research Platform
Hsiang-An Wang, Hsin-Min Wang, Academia Sinica

9. A Classroom Intervention to Enhance College Students’ Self-Regulation and Reduce their Smartphone Addiction
Yang-Hsueh Chen, National Chengchi University

10. Considering Player Experience to Design Qubic Game with Natural User Interface Platform
Zhi-Jie He, Min-Hong Shen, Wei-Kuan Shih, National Tsing Hua University,  
Hsin-Wen Wei, Tamkang University

11. Deposit, Discover, and Reuse Research Data with Depositar
Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Cheng-Jen Lee, Chia-Hsun Wang, Academia Sinica

12. Gender’s Differences in Gameplay Anxiety and Attitude towards Exploitative Learning on Visual-saliency Game
Ming-Yueh Hwang, Jon-Chao Hong, Mei-Syuan Chen, National Taiwan Normal University

Speaker
YC

Yang-Hsueh Chen

National Chengchi University
TC

Tyng-Ruey Chuang

Academia Sinica
WH

Wei-Chia Huang

National Taiwan University
avatar for Shu-Fen Hung

Shu-Fen Hung

Editor, National Central Library
I have been involved in digitization and metadata construction projects since 2000. I have done specification planning for materials of various physical format. I am interested in planning for databases or websites that incorporate useful theories of library science to facilitate... Read More →
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Ming-Yueh Hwang

professor, National Taiwan Normal University
I am interested in museum education.
MS

Min-Hong Shen

National Tsing Hua University
MS

Mamoru Shibayama

Kyoto University
avatar for Miaolung Shih

Miaolung Shih

Dharma Teacher, London Foguangshan Buddhist Temple
Buddhist Monastic
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Joni Tzuchen Tang

assistant professor, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Joni Tzuchen Tang, assistant professor in National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. specialty in digital learning, early childhood education and technology, game-based learning, curriculum and instruction.
HW

Hsiang-An Wang

Academia Sinica


Sunday October 28, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
-Festival Lobby @ Ft Mason Ctr 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

VR/AR Heritage Tours & Stories
Limited Capacity seats available

Paper Presentations

15min
#129f   Creating Non-Linear Digital Stories of the Canadian Parliament Buildings and Rehabilitation Project
Katie Graham and Stephen Fai

15min
#23f   Accessing Urban History using Spatial Historical Photographs
Florian Niebling, Ferdinand Maiwald, Sander Münster, Jonas Bruschke and Frank Henze

15min
#78f   Design Guidelines for a Location-based Digital Heritage Storytelling Tool to Support Author Intent
Jae-Eun Shin and Woontack Woo

15min
#146f   The Photo Position Puzzle. Creating Engaging Applications for Historical Photographs by Combining Mobile Augmented Reality and Gamification
Gunnar Liestøl

10min
#132s   Effect of Applying Film-induced Tourism to Virtual Reality Tour of Cultural Heritage Sites
Hyerim Park, Junki Kim, Woontack Woo and Bang Sunyoung

10min
#103s   Madmen’s Voices: Discovering Former Psychiatric Hospitals via Mobile Application
Alessandro Pozzebon and Silvia Calamai

10min
#134s   Designing to Enhance Student Participation in Campus Heritage Using Augmented Reality
Gege Gao, Cheng Cheng, Yuxuan Zhang, Patrick C. Shih and Yi Bu

Speaker
JB

Jonas Bruschke

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
YB

Yi Bu

Indiana University Bloomington
SC

Silvia Calamai

Siena University
CC

Cheng Cheng

Indiana University Bloomington
SF

Steven Fai

Director, Carleton Immersive Media Studio & Assoc. Prof., Carleton University
GG

Gege Gao

Indiana University Bloomington
KG

Katie Graham

Carleton Immersive Media Studio, Carleton University
FH

Frank Henze

TU Dresden
JK

Junki Kim

Culture Technology Research Institute, KAIST
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Gunnar Liestøl

Professor, Dept. of Media & Communication, University of Oslo
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Sander Münster

TU Dresden
avatar for Florian Niebling

Florian Niebling

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
HP

Hyerim Park

UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
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Alessandro Pozzebon

Department of Information Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, University of Siena
Alessandro Pozzebon received his M.S. degree in Information Engineering from the University of Siena, Italy in 2006, where he worked on the RFID technology applied to cultural heritage. In year 2007 he worked for the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Siena... Read More →
avatar for Patrick C. Shih

Patrick C. Shih

Assistant Professor, Indiana University Bloomington
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Jae-Eun Shin

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
BS

Bang Sunyoung

KAIST UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
avatar for Woontack Woo

Woontack Woo

Professor, UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
YZ

Yuxuan Zhang

Indiana University Bloomington


11:00am

ECAI - Bibliography, New Media and the Cultural Record
Limited Capacity seats available


Moderator: Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley 

11:00-11:30pm
Prof. Wayne de Fremery, Sogang University, Korea
"Preservation as Persistent Creative Transformation: On the Relationship between Bibliographic Description, Machine Learning, and Textual Heritage"

11:30-12:00pm
Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information & UC Berkeley
"Addressing New Aspects of the Digital Cultural Record"

12:00-12:30pm
Prof. Michael Buckland, UC Berkeley, "Adapting Bibliography for Contemporary Needs"

Moderators
avatar for Jeanette Zerneke

Jeanette Zerneke

ECAI Technical Director, UC Berkeley

Speaker
MB

Michael Buckland

Emeritus Professor, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley
WD

Wayne De Fremery

Sogang University
avatar for Clifford Lynch

Clifford Lynch

CNI Executive Director, CNI & UC Berkeley
Clifford Lynch has led the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) since 1997. Prior to joining CNI, Lynch spent 18 years at the University of California Office of the President, the last 10 as Director of Library Automation. Lynch, who holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the... Read More →


11:00am

PNC - Human Dynamics in the Mobile and Big Data Era
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator:  Ta-Chien Chan, Academia Sinica

11:00-11:40    
Implementing a Real-Time Disaster Monitoring and Evacuation System with GIS Traffic Models and Big Data Analytics
Ming-Hsiang Tsou, San Diego State University

11:40-12:20    
Human Dynamics Research and Geographic Information Science
Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee

12:20-12:30    
Q&A

Moderators
TC

Ta-Chien Chan

Academia Sinica

Speaker
avatar for Shih-Lung Shaw

Shih-Lung Shaw

Professor, The University of Tennessee
Geographic Information Science, Space-Time Analytics, Transportation, Human Dynamics
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Ming-Hsiang Tsou

Professor, San Diego State University
Dr. Ming-Hsiang (Ming) Tsou is a Professor in the Department of Geography, San Diego State University (SDSU) and the Director of Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age (HDMA). His research interests are in Human Dynamics, Social Media, Big Data, Visualization, Internet Mapping... Read More →


Sunday October 28, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
Historic Firehouse @ Ft Mason Ctr 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

PNC - Multiple Roles of Libraries in the Digital Age
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator: Peter Zhou, University of California, Berkeley

Speakers:
 
11:00-11:30am
 Lizabeth (Betsy) A. Wilson, University of Washington
Global Reach: the Emergent Digital Research Library

11:30-12:00pm 
Clara M. Chu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Library and Information Rights and Contributive Justice: Framing Minority Information Matters and Practice

12:00-12:30pm  
Shu-Fen Hung, National Central Library
Towards a More Complete ‘National Memory’: Taiwan Memory and Taiwan Memory Online Exhibitions and Management System Project as Example


Moderators
PZ

Peter Zhou

UC Berkeley

Speaker
avatar for Clara M. Chu

Clara M. Chu

Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2014-15 ALISE President
avatar for Shu-Fen Hung

Shu-Fen Hung

Editor, National Central Library
I have been involved in digitization and metadata construction projects since 2000. I have done specification planning for materials of various physical format. I am interested in planning for databases or websites that incorporate useful theories of library science to facilitate... Read More →
avatar for Lizabeth (Betsy) A. Wilson

Lizabeth (Betsy) A. Wilson

Vice Provost and Dean of University Libraries, University of Washington


Sunday October 28, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
-SFAI Seminar 1 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

Emotions in Digital Cultural Heritage (EU EMOTIVE Special Session)
Limited Capacity filling up

Emotions in Digital Cultural Heritage: How do we design and evaluate emotionally engaging applications and tools?
Organised by the EMOTIVE EU project http://www.emotiveproject.eu/
Chairs: Maria Economou (University of Glasgow, UK) & Maria Roussou (University of Athens & ATHENA RC, Greece)
Despite a wide-spread and increasing recognition in cultural heritage practice and research that emotions play a fundamental role in how visitors and users experience cultural heritage, there is still relatively little research on how emotionally-engaging experiences are best supported; designed; and evaluated.

How can digital heritage tools and applications create emotional experiences that stimulate people’s curiosity, excitement, and empathy for the world today, as well as in the past? Is it possible for these digital experiences to lead to even more radical impacts including change in values, attitudes and beliefs and even personal transformation? What is the latest research on these outcomes, including rigorous models of practice to achieve and evaluate them? How is the related evidence collected? What there are research results indicating emotional impact, to what extent are these generalizable?

After years of focusing as a community in the cultural heritage sector on what people learn, we are recognizing that this is inexorably linked with how they feel, as it is this that they primarily remember after their visit. How are the two linked, and what other parameters affect emotional engagement? How can negative emotions also be given space, respected and integrated in the visitors’ experience, especially when dealing with ‘dark’ or ‘difficult’ heritage?

And what are the best methods for capturing users’ emotional responses? Can qualitative methods be effectively combined with quantitative ones? What is the role of psychometric measurements in this area and how can the data they yield be interpreted in a meaningful way? Can these be used by low-resourced cultural institutions outside the lab and in the natural setting of the gallery or heritage site?

The session is addressed to digital heritage practitioners and researchers who are working in this interdisciplinary area trying to either design and/or evaluate emotionally engaging experiences for diverse user communities.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

#160f  Measuring and designing for a range of meaningful emotions in an informal environment
Sarah May, Katie Todd and Sunewan Paneto

#177f   Evaluating emotional engagement in digital stories for interpretating the past. The case of the Hunterian Museum’s Antonine Wall EMOTIVE experiences
Maria Economou, Hilary Young and Emilia Sosnowska

#150f   Evaluating the affective dimensions of Traces-Olion; a subtle mob at St Fagans National Museum of History, Wales
Jenny Kidd, Sara Huws and Alison John

#156s   Heart on you Sleeve?: Emotion, Wearables Tech and Digital Culture
Jess Hoare

#171s   Evaluating and documenting affect in the art museum
Erin Canning

Moderators
avatar for Maria Economou

Maria Economou

Sr. Lecturer in Museum Studies & Curator, Information Studies & Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow
Dr Maria Economou is Senior Lecturer in Museum Studies & Curator, a joint post at the University of Glasgow shared between Information Studies and the Hunterian Museum, where she is responsible for the Digital Strategy. She has previously worked at the universities of the Aegean in... Read More →

Speaker
avatar for Erin Canning

Erin Canning

Master of Museum Studies & Master of Information candidate, University of Toronto
avatar for Jess Hoare

Jess Hoare

Cardiff University
SH

Sara Huws

Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales
avatar for Alison John

Alison John

Producer, yello brick
Twitter: @that_allie & @yello brick | yello brick make games and playful experiences in the real world that sometimes uses technology to tell the story. We place people at the centre of the story so that they are part of the experience rather than watching the experience. Our projects... Read More →
avatar for Jenny Kidd

Jenny Kidd

Senior Lecturer, Cardiff University
avatar for Sarah May

Sarah May

Museum of Science, Boston


Sunday October 28, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

11:00am

Digital Heritage Science & Infrastructures for Transatlantic Cooperation (E-RIHS Special Session)
Limited Capacity filling up

Digital HERITAGE 2018
E-RIHS Special Session & Panel  
Digital Heritage Science and Infrastructures for Transatlantic Cooperation
Promoting multi-lateral cooperation through E-RIHS DigiLab
DRAFT PROGRAM


10:00am – 2:30pm Presentations: Digital Methods in Heritage Science
10:00-10:30am Integrating and Visualizing Heritage Science and Humanities Data, F. France, Library of Congress, Washington DC

10:30-11:00am Coffee break

11:00-11:30am Reality-based 3D annotation to gather, cross and disseminate multidisciplinary knowledge on CH artefacts, L. De Luca, CNRS, E-RIHS.fr

11:30-12:00pm Stone Tools as Storytellers: making the invisible visible, L. Longo and L. Ong Gui, NTU Singapore

12:00-12:30pm Visible Transmission Imaging of Watermarks by the Suppression of Occluding Text or Drawing, M. Walton*, O. Dill*, A. Katsaggelos**, O. Cossairt** and P. Ruiz**, *Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts, Northwestern University; **Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Northwestern University

12:30pm-1:30pm Lunch break

1:30-2:00pm Advanced techniques of data-processing to analyze multimodal datasets acquired on paintings, J. Blazek*, B. Zitová*, R. Fontana**, J. Striova**; *Czech Academy of Science, **National Research Council of Italy (E-RIHS.cz and E-RIHS.it)

2:00-2:30pm Supporting conservation at the Smithsonian Institution with digital imaging techniques, K. Webb, SI, Washington DC

2:30-3:00pm Infrastructure for Virtual archaeology: a cloud-based web3d service for landscape reconstruction,S. Pescarin and B. Fanini, National Research Council of Italy, E-RIHS.it

3:00pm-3:30pm Coffee break 

3:30pm-3:50pm Wrap-up of morning session, E. Degl’Innocenti, National Research Council of Italy, E-RIHS.it and DARIAH IT

3:50pm-5:00pm Panel
     Moderator: tbd
     Panelists: Jong-on Han (NSF, US); P. Lievaux (Min. of Culture, FR); F. Niccolucci (PARTHENOS); J. Padfield (National Gallery of London); L. Pezzati (E-RIHS); M. Richard (National Gallery of W DC)


5:00pm Private session (delegates only) – Table on cooperation road mapping
5:30pm End of workshop

Moderators
avatar for Emiliano Degl'Innocenti

Emiliano Degl'Innocenti

Research Fellow, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
DARIAH-it National Coordinator

Speaker
avatar for Bruno Fanini

Bruno Fanini

R&D Immersive VR / 3D programmer, CNR-ITABC
avatar for Fenella France

Fenella France

Library of Congress
JH

Jong-on Hahm

Program Director, National Science Foundation
avatar for Sorin Hermon

Sorin Hermon

Assoc Prof., Digital Cultural Heritage, The Cyprus Institute
digital cultural heritage, knowledge repositories, scientific visualisation, data quality
avatar for Dr. Pascal Lievaux

Dr. Pascal Lievaux

Chief of Research & Scientific Policy, Directorate of Heritage, French Ministry of Culture & Communications
Pascal Liévaux is chief curator of the heritage. PhD in art history, specializing in modern architecture, he taught at the University of Tours. He had numerous articles and books on architecture and urban planning from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century published. Since 2010... Read More →
LL

Laura Longo

NTU Singapore
avatar for Livio de Luca

Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
avatar for Richard Mervin

Richard Mervin

National Gallery of Art, USA
avatar for Joseph Padfield

Joseph Padfield

Principal Scientist, The National Gallery, UK
National Gallery, London, Principal Scientist, with expertise in preventive conservation, colour science, conservation documentation, technical examination of paintings, generating/sharing digital images, image processing, web development, data management and integration systems development... Read More →
avatar for Sofia Pescarin

Sofia Pescarin

Director Virtual Heritage Lab, Italian Nat’l Research Council
Archaeologist, PhD in History and Computing, specialist in GIS, 3d terrain, Open Source approach to Cultural Heritage. She is a researcher at the Institute of Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage of the National Council of Researches in Rome (CNR ITABC), in the Virtual Heritage... Read More →
avatar for Luca Pezzati

Luca Pezzati

Coordinator, E-RIHS (European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science), Italian Nat’l Research Council
avatar for Jana Striova

Jana Striova

Researcher, National Research Council of Italy
avatar for Marc Sebastian Walton

Marc Sebastian Walton

Co-Director, Research Professor, Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts
Marc Walton joined the Northwestern University / Art Institute of Chicago Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts in 2013 as its inaugural Senior Scientist and as a Research Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. In January of 2018, he was appointed... Read More →
avatar for Keats Webb

Keats Webb

Digital Imaging Specialist, Museum Conservation Institute, Smithsonian Institution


Sunday October 28, 2018 11:00am - 5:30pm
-SFAI Seminar 2 @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier 2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

12:30pm

Lunch
Enjoy more from San Francisco's Gourmet food trucks including:

MoBowl's noted Asian Fusion cuisine:
    * Umami Tofu (Vegan option)
       organic firm tofu / mushroom and tomato sauce / sweet garlic soy / scallions / sesame seed
    * Sweet Fire Chicken (Gluten Free option)
       boneless skinless chicken / sweet & spicy glaze / caramelized onions / sesame seeds / scallions
    * Five-spice pulled pork (Gluten Free option)
       Braised pork / Chinese 5-spice blend / cider vinegar / sriracha aioli (not spicy!)
    * Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken
       boneless skinless chicken / pineapple soy sauce / sesame seeds / scallions
with side of rice or seasoned fries



1:30pm

Keynote - Rescripting Search to Respect the Right to Truth
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderators
avatar for Chao-Han Liu

Chao-Han Liu

Academia Sinica

Speaker
avatar for Prof. Deirdre Mulligan

Prof. Deirdre Mulligan

Associate Professor, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley
Deirdre K. Mulligan is an Associate Professor in the School of Information at UCBerkeley, and a faculty Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.Mulligan’s research explores legal and technical means of protecting values such asprivacy, freedom of expression, and fairness... Read More →


Sunday October 28, 2018 1:30pm - 2:10pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

1:30pm

Digital Repositories and Heritage Preservation
Limited Capacity seats available

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

15min
#106f   A Further Step Toward Elaborating Guidelines for Three-dimensional Scanning of Cultural Heritage in Korea: Ongoing Efforts and Challenges
Hyeseung Shim and Jaehong Ahn

15min
#100f   Mobile Risk Management for Wooden Architectural Heritage in Korea using HBIM and VR
Jongwook Lee, Junki Kim, Jaehong Ahn and Woontack Woo

15min
#195f   Drama heritage: prototype of a corpus
Vincenzo Lombardo, Rossana Damiano and Antonio Pizzo

15min
#209f   Developing Application Based Upon An Ontology-Based Modelling of Vietnamese Traditional Dances
Salem Benferhat, Zied Bouraoui, Ma Truong Thanh, Thanh-Nghi Do, Huu-Hoa Nguyen

10min
#142s   Digitally preserved heritage as novel approach to investigation and curation of collections - a case of multi-domain database of cuneiform tablets
Jaroslav Valach, Daniel Vavřík, Petra Štefcová and Ladislav Polák

10min
#148s   Virtual Materiality: A Virtual Reality Framework for the Analysis and Visualization of Cultural Heritage 3D Models
Matthew Brennan and Leif Christiansen

10min
#82s   Reflection on Metadata Construction—Taking Beijing Hutong Metadata Project as an Example
Shengnan Yao and Ziyi Chang

Speaker
avatar for Jaehong Ahn

Jaehong Ahn

Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Culture Technology, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Visiting Professor at Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST | Received Ph.D. from Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST | Subject : Laser scanning, Photogrammetry, 3D technologies, VRI
SB

Salem Benferhat

Cril, CNRS UMR8188, Université d'Artois
ZB

Zied Bouraoui

Associate professor, CRIL - CNRS & Univ Artois
avatar for Matthew Brennan

Matthew Brennan

School of Informatics, Indiana University
LC

Leif Christiansen

School of Informatics, Indiana University
RD

Rossana Damiano

Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Torino
TD

Thanh-Nghi Do

CICT, Can Tho University, Vietnam
avatar for Sorin Hermon

Sorin Hermon

Assoc Prof., Digital Cultural Heritage, The Cyprus Institute
digital cultural heritage, knowledge repositories, scientific visualisation, data quality
JK

Junki Kim

Culture Technology Research Institute, KAIST
avatar for Jongwook Lee

Jongwook Lee

Ph.D. Student, UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Jongwook Lee is Ph.D. Student at UVR lab in Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology). He received his Bachelor degree at Korea National University of Cultural Heritage and received a Master’s degree in GSCT, KAIST. His research... Read More →
avatar for Vincenzo Lombardo

Vincenzo Lombardo

Assoc. Prof. of Informatics, Univ. of Turin
HN

Huu-Hoa Nguyen

CICT, Can Tho University, Vietnam
AP

Antonio Pizzo

Dipartimento Dams and CIRMA, Università di Torino
LP

Ladislav Polák

Czech National Museum
HS

Hyeseung Shim

Digital Heritage Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Hyeseung Shim is currently undertaking a post-graduate course at the Graduate School of Culture Technology at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) starting in 2018. Her research is focused on the heritage documentation associated with the application of different... Read More →
MT

Ma Truong Thanh

CanTho University
JV

Jaroslav Valach

Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences
DV

Daniel Vavřík

Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences
avatar for Woontack Woo

Woontack Woo

Professor, UVR Lab, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
avatar for Shengnan Yao

Shengnan Yao

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
PS

Petra Štefcová

Czech National Museum


1:30pm

Digital Archaeology (CAA Special Session)
Limited Capacity seats available

What’s it all for? Digitally-Born Archaeological INSIGHTS
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) Special Session

Session Organizers: Lisa Fischer and Heather Richards-Rissetto

Topics:
  • Innovative digital methods that provide new ways of archaeological inquiry
  • tensions between developing new digital archaeology tools & using existing ones
  • the complementarity of non-digital and digital data and methods to address specific research questions and education goals
  • When and why is digital essential? What types of archaeological inquiry can now be addressed because of the digital?
  • Are we succumbing to digital glam at the expense of research and education? If so, how do we move forward as new, seductive technologies hit the market?
  • Where do we see this all leading? What are our end-goals and how does the digital fit in?

Format:  Thematically grouped presentations followed by period of panel discussion involving the speakers and the audience.

Presentations:

15min
#181f   Neural Networks, AI, Phone-based VR, Machine Learning, Computer Vision and the CUNAT Automated Translation App -- not your father's archaeological toolkit
Donald Sanders

10min
#74s   INSIDE - Interactive and Non-destructive Solution for Introspection in Digital Environments
Flavien Lecuyer, Valérie Gouranton, Ronan Gaugne, Théophane Nicolas, Gregor Marchand and Bruno Arnaldi

15min
#70f   Real-world Data for Virtual Reality Experiences: Interpreting Excavations
Kaja Antlej, Matthew Bykersma, Michael Mortimer, Pat Vickers-Rich, Thomas Rich and Ben Horan

10min
#26s   Utilizing Historic Cartography in 3D for Archaeological Prospection on Alcatraz...
Peter Gavette and Kirby Page-Schmit

15min
#95f   Crossing the Past in Milan Malpensa Airport: from the archaeological investigation to the exhibition (Varese, Italy)
Barbara Grassi and Simona Morandi

10min
#112s   Simulating the Activity of Archaeological Excavation in the Immersive Virtual Reality
Iou-Shiuan Liu, Yang-Sheng Chen, Ping-Hsuan Han, Hao-Cheng Wang, Da-Chung Yi and Yi-Ping Hung

5min
#186p   Museum Re-actors and Digital Technology in Demand: exploiting the balance between the need for personal interaction and digital tools . EQ versus IQ? Case study Archaeological Museum of Patras
Georgia Manolopoulou, Alexandra Kotsaki and Gioulika Christakopoulou

10min
#201s   Archaeological Photography Exchange - Creating Communities
Allan Gluck, Greg Pena and Robert Wickland

10min
#15s   Drones, Machetes, and Virtual Reality: 21st-Century Tools for Historic Preservation
Dace Campbell

15min
#66f   Thermographic Quantification for Archaeological Prospection at Picuris Pueblo, New Mexico
Samuel Levin, May Yuan and Michael Adler

10min
#46s   Managing and Analysing Archeological Data with GIS and 3D : the case of place D’Youville, Montreal
Léon Robichaud, Hendrick Van Gijseghem, Kim Petit, Vanessa Blais and Joanne Burgess

5min
#77p   Nomadic heritage. Digitalization and migration of archaeological objects
Monika Stobiecka

5min
#124p   From 3D Parametric Reconstruction to Digital Information system Representation
Hayet Kadi and Karima Anouche

Moderators
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Chair, CAA North America, and Director, Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation
avatar for Heather Richards-Rissetto

Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →

Speaker
MA

Michael Adler

Southern Methodist University
KA

Karima Anouche

Univesity of Sciences and Technology of Oran
avatar for Kaja Antlej

Kaja Antlej

CADET Virtual Reality Lab Researcher – Museums/Heritage and Lecturer in Industrial Design, Deakin University
Dr Kaja Antlej is Lecturer in Industrial Design and CADET Virtual Reality Lab Researcher – Museums and Heritage at the School of Engineering, Deakin University, interested in human-centered design and digital heritage/virtual museums (design and evaluation). She has a MSc in Industrial... Read More →
BA

Bruno Arnaldi

Univ Rennes, INSA Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
DB

De Bi

Renmin University of China
JB

Joanne Burgess

Université du Québec à Montréal
MB

Matthew Bykersma

Deakin University
avatar for Gioulika Olga Christakopoulou

Gioulika Olga Christakopoulou

Archaeologist, Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
avatar for Ronan Gaugne

Ronan Gaugne

Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
Research Engineer, phD, in Virtual Reality at the Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA, Ronan Gaugne is a member of the Hybrid research team (http://team.inria.fr/hybrid). | Since its construction in 2010, He is the technical manager of the virtual reality research platform Immersia (http://www.irisa.fr/immersia... Read More →
avatar for Peter Gavette

Peter Gavette

Archaeologist, National Park Service
HV

Hendrik Van Gijseghem

Pointe-à-Callière, cité d’archéologie et d’histoire
avatar for Allan Gluck

Allan Gluck

Archaeological Photography Exchange
VG

Valerie Gouranton

Univ Rennes, INSA Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
BG

Barbara Grassi

Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio
avatar for Ben Horan

Ben Horan

Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
Dr Horan led the design and development of the CAVE and Virtual Reality Facility within the Centre for Advanced Design and Engineering Training (CADET) at Deakin University. Ben is leading the CADET VR Lab and the Head of Discipline for Mechatronics within the School of Engineering... Read More →
avatar for Hayet Kadi

Hayet Kadi

Univesity of Sciences and Technology of Oran
Hayet began her career as an architectural project manager then a head of architectural department in a studies and realization center (URBAT). Her interests range from history and architecture to archaeology, and especially emerging technologies. She has been fortunate to undergo... Read More →
AK

Alexandra Kotsaki

Conservator, Archaeological Museum of Patras
FL

Flavien Lecuyer

Univ Rennes, INSA Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
avatar for Samuel Levin

Samuel Levin

MS Student, Geospatial Information Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas
avatar for Jihong Liang

Jihong Liang

associate professor, Renmin University of China
Liang Jihong is an associate professor at School of Information Resource Management of Renmin University of China. Her academic field is ancient Chinese documents. In the past few years she has been interested in bibliographic database construction. Currently she is participating... Read More →
XL

Xinglin Liao

Renmin University of China
avatar for Georgia Manolopoulou

Georgia Manolopoulou

MA museum Studies/Curator of public engagement, Archaeological Museum of Patras
Georgia Manolopoulou has a background in Philosophy (University of Athens/Faculty of Philosophy) and is actively engaged in Cultural Heritage through her work experience in the Ministry of Culture and via a Master Course (MA) followed at the University of Athens / Faculty of Philosophy... Read More →
GM

Gregor Marchand

CNRS, CReAAH
avatar for Simona Morandi

Simona Morandi

archeologist, independent researcher, freelancer
Bachelor of Licterature and Humanistic Arts, in Methodology of the Archeological Research (Università degli Studi di Genova); Master of Engineering in Topography and Survey (Politecnico di Milano.,DIIAR); Postgraduate in Archaeology, late roman and medieval ( Università Cattolica... Read More →
MM

Michael Mortimer

Deakin University
TN

Théophane Nicolas

Inrap, UMR Trajectoires
GP

Greg Pena

Pena Tech Support Web Site Development
KP

Kim Petit

Université du Québec à Montréal
TR

Thomas Rich

Museums Victoria
avatar for Léon Robichaud

Léon Robichaud

Directeur, Département d'histoire, Université de Sherbrooke
GIS, 3D modelling
avatar for Donald Sanders

Donald Sanders

President, Learning Sites, Inc. and the Institute for the Visualization of History
Digital (especially virtual) heritage practitioner since 1993. President of Learning Sites, Inc., and the Institute for the Visualization of History. We build innovative historic visualizations for museums, archaeologists, schools, broadcast media, antiquities services, tourism, and... Read More →
avatar for Monika Stobiecka

Monika Stobiecka

University of Warsaw
PV

Pat Vickers-Rich

PrimeSCI, Swinburne University of Technology
YW

Ye Wang

Renmin University of China
RW

Robert Wickland

Archaeological Photography Exchange
avatar for May Yuan

May Yuan

professor, The University of Texas at Dallas
GIS, space-time analytics, historical GIS, UAV, geoarchaeology.
YZ

Yimeng Zhang

Renmin University of China
avatar for Yue Zheng

Yue Zheng

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China


Sunday October 28, 2018 1:30pm - 4:15pm
Historic Firehouse @ Ft Mason Ctr 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

2:10pm

ECAI - Buddhism and Technology
Limited Capacity filling up


Moderator:  Alex Amies, Google

2:10-2:30pm
Prof. Miroj Shakya, University of the West
"Digitization of Rare Buddhist Manuscripts of Nepal: Problems and Possibilities"

2:30-2:50pm
N. Gauthama Prabhu, Foundation of His Sacred Majesty, India
"The Rise and Fall of Buddhism in Tamil Nadu and Contemporary Impact on Heritage Sites"

2:50-3:10pm
Juewei Shi, Nan Tien Institute, Australia
"Buddhist Contemplative Pedagogy with Technology"

3:10-3:30pm
Ven Dr Miaolung Shih, Fo Guan Shan
"Digital Buddhist in Adult Education - Based on the Europe Fo Guang Shan’s e-Learning"

3:30-3:40pm
Q&A




Moderators
Speaker
NG

N. Gauthama Prabhu

Foundation of His Sacred Majesty
MS

Miroj Shakya

Associate Professor, University of the West
avatar for Juewei Shi

Juewei Shi

Head of Program, Humanistic Buddhism, Nan Tien Institute
Digital Humanities and Humanistic Buddhism
avatar for Miaolung Shih

Miaolung Shih

Dharma Teacher, London Foguangshan Buddhist Temple
Buddhist Monastic


2:10pm

PNC - Digital Humanities: Technologies & Platform
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator: Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
Speakers:

2:10-2:40pm  
Peter Zhou, University of California, Berkeley
Towards a Sustainable Infrastructure for DH and Digital Life Cycle Program

2:40-3:10pm  
Hou Ieong “Brent” Ho, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Asia Network: An API-based Cyberinfrastructure for the Flexible Topologies of Digital Humanities Research in Sinology

3:10-3:40pm
Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
DocuSky: A New Paradigm of DH Platform




Speaker
HI

Hou Ieong (BRENT) Ho

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
JH

Jieh Hsiang

National Taiwan University
PZ

Peter Zhou

UC Berkeley


Sunday October 28, 2018 2:10pm - 3:40pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

3:00pm

3:30pm

Applications: Case Studies in Digital Heritage
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator: Hal Thwaites

Paper Presentations

15min
#35f   The virtualization project of John Ringling’s Ca'D’Zan at the Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota, Florida)
Davide Tanasi, Michael Decker, Kaitlyn Kingsland and Rebekah McLaughlin
themes:  S

15min
#194f   4D reconstruction by multi-source data fusion: the case of the hidden Roman Circus in Milan
Gabriele Guidi, Laura Micoli and Umair Malik
theme: S

15min
#115f   A digital introspection of a mummy cat
Ronan Gaugne, Stéphanie Porcier, Théophane Nicolas, François Coulon, Odile Hays and Valerie Gouranton
theme: M

10min
#190s   Using Virtual Reality and Photogrammetry to Enrich 3D Object Identity
Cole Juckette, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Hector Eliud Guerra Aldana and Norman Martinez
themes: S, M, I

10min
#144s   Sinetomb: the semantic representation of the tomb of Emperor Qianlong
Francesca De Domenico and Françoise Wang
themes: S, M

10min
#108s   UAV-based modeling to see the non-visible : A methodological reflection in Pachacamac
Alexandre Van Dongen, Sébastien Lambot, Peter Eeckhout and David Lo Buglio
themes: S

Moderators
avatar for Harold Thwaites

Harold Thwaites

Professor - Head CRCDM, Sunway University
Honorary Lifetime President VSMM, Professor and Head of the Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media, School of Arts - Sunway University Kuala Lumpur. Originally from Montreal Canada, he taught at Concordia University for 31 years as a tenured member of the Communication Studies... Read More →

Speaker
HE

Hector Eliud Guerra Aldana

Instituto Hondureño de Antropologia e Historia
DL

David Lo Buglio

Laboratoire AlICE, Faculté d'Architecture,, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) // UMR 3495 MAP-Gamsau, CNRS/MCC
FC

François Coulon

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes
MD

Michael Decker

University of South Florida
avatar for Alexandre Van Dongen

Alexandre Van Dongen

Laboratoire AlICE, Faculté d'Architecture La Cambre-Horta, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
avatar for Peter Eeckhout

Peter Eeckhout

CReA-Patrimoine, Faculté de Philosophie et Sciences Scociales, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
avatar for Ronan Gaugne

Ronan Gaugne

Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
Research Engineer, phD, in Virtual Reality at the Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA, Ronan Gaugne is a member of the Hybrid research team (http://team.inria.fr/hybrid). | Since its construction in 2010, He is the technical manager of the virtual reality research platform Immersia (http://www.irisa.fr/immersia... Read More →
VG

Valerie Gouranton

Univ Rennes, INSA Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
avatar for Gabriele Guidi

Gabriele Guidi

Professor, Politecnico di MIlano
OH

Odile Hays

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes
CJ

Cole Juckette

University of Nebraska Lincoln
Department of Anthropology | University of Nebraska, Lincoln
avatar for Kaitlyn Kingsland

Kaitlyn Kingsland

University of South Florida
SL

Sébastien Lambot

GPRLouvain, Earth and Life Institute - Environmental Sciences,, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)
UM

Umair Malik

Politecnico di Milano
NM

Norman Martinez

Instituto Hondureño de Antropologia e Historia
RM

Rebekah McLaughlin

University of South Florida
LM

Laura Micoli

Politecnico di Milano
TN

Théophane Nicolas

Inrap, UMR Trajectoires
SP

Stéphanie Porcier

Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier
avatar for Heather Richards-Rissetto

Heather Richards-Rissetto

Asst. Prof. Anthropology & Faculty Fellow, Ctr for Digital Res. in the Humanities, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Heather Richards-Rissetto is an archaeologist specializing in the ancient Maya of Central America. She is Assistant Professor in Anthropology and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. She uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and 3D visualization... Read More →
avatar for Davide Tanasi

Davide Tanasi

Assistant Professor, University of South Florida
Co-founder of the Institute for Digital Exploration (IDEx)
FW

Françoise Wang

UMR CRCAO (CNRS / College de France)


3:40pm

4:00pm

ECAI - Projects Mapping Relationships
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderator:  Wayne de Fremery, Sogang University, Korea

4:00-4:30pm
Margaret Meloni, University of the West
"Tracing the Teachings of Compassion (Karuṇā) in Early Buddhism: Mapping the Suttas and the Recipients of the Teachings"

4:30-5:00pm
Janet Tan, San Jose State University
"Data Visualization of the Kazakhstan Economy: 2006-2016"

5:00-5:30pm
Prof. David Blundell, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
"Monsoon Asia Historical Spatial Humanities Mapping: Seafaring with Trade and Beliefs Circulating in South to Southeast and East Asia"

Moderators
WD

Wayne De Fremery

Sogang University

Speaker
MM

Margaret Meloni

University of the West
JT

Janet Tan

San Jose State University


4:00pm

PNC - Linked Data for Cultural Heritage & Digital Humanities: The Content, Scholarship and Usage Perspectives
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator: Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley
Speakers:

4:00-4:20pm  
Patricia Harpring, Getty Research Institute
Linking the Getty Vocabularies: The Content Perspective, Including an Update on CONA

4:20-4:40pm  
Shu-Jiun Chen, Academia Sinica
Linked Open Data for Digital Humanities: A Case of the Database of Names and Biographies (DNB)

4:40-5:00pm  
Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University
Towards Easier Access and Effective Usage of LOD Datasets

5:00-5:20pm
Makoto Goto, National Museum of Japanese History
Current Movement of “Digital Archives in Japan” and “khirin (Knowledgebase of Historical Resources in Institutes)”

5:20-5:30
Q&A



Moderators
MB

Michael Buckland

Emeritus Professor, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley

Speaker
SC

Shu-Jiun Chen

Academia Sinica
avatar for Makoto Goto

Makoto Goto

Associate Professor, National Museum of Japanese History
avatar for Patricia Harpring

Patricia Harpring

Managing Editor, Getty Vocabularies, Getty Research Institute
The Getty vocabularies represent over 35 years of continuing international collaborative scholarship. With the release of the Getty Vocabularies as Linked Open Data (LOD) a few years ago, the Getty became a leader in advancing the possibilities of technology to enable research and... Read More →
avatar for Marcia Lei Zeng

Marcia Lei Zeng

Professor, Kent State University
Marcia Lei Zeng is Professor at School of Information, Kent State University. She holds a Ph.D. from the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. Her major research interests include knowledge organization structures/systems/services (KOS), Linked Data, metadata... Read More →


Sunday October 28, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

4:15pm

Remote Sensing for Archaeological Heritage in Danger (Space2Place Special Session)
Limited Capacity seats available

Roundtable:  REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE IN DANGER
Sponsored by Space to Place Initiative
Moderator: Daniele Ferdani, CNR

Across time parts of the world’s shared archaeological heritage have been affected by damage, destruction or looting in the face of armed conflicts. In recent decades the threat of unintended or unthinking ‘collateral damage’, as by US-led military camps at Babylon, has been exacerbated by a strategy of deliberate destruction, as in the dynamiting of the Bamyan Buddhas in Afghanistan – a calculated attack on the cultural memory that those figures represented. More recently pictures of the methodical destructions of Palmyra and the old city of Aleppo (Syria) or Nimrud (Iraq) have illustrated the systematic targeting of heritage features from prehistoric to Islamic times without regard to their cultural, historical and socio-economic significance, whether in situ or in the illusory sanctuary of museums and those who care for them.

The aim of this roundtable will be to gather information from around the world about the problems and possibilities (both practical and political) of using remote sensing in the interests of heritage sites and landscapes before, during and after such events. Discussion will focus on methods of documenting, mapping, managing and above all monitoring heritage assets that can help in measuring and evaluating losses and transformations brought about by conflict situations. A key focus for the future will lie in the definition and implementation of strategies for the analysis and sharing of information through open access publications, websites, freely circulated data sets and related means of dissemination and discussion.

Presentations/Discussion :
Brief Introduction
Daniele Ferdani

Revising Archaeological Recording In Conflict Zones in the Light of the Destruction of Cultural Heritage
Ezra Zubrow

Short Remote Presentations
   Aerial Archaeology and Remote Sensing in the Middle East and North Africa: Monitoring Change
   Bob Bewley remotely

   Archaeological Impact Assessment of Daesh-inflicted Damages on Iraqi Heritage
   Stefano Campana remotely

   State of the art of EAMENA PROJECT (University of Oxford)
   Bob Bewley remotely

    Historical Conflict Zones in Europe (Late Antiquity to Present) and the Documentation and Analysis by Geophysics of Archaeological Sites affected by Destruction
    Joachim Henning remotely

Predicting the Destruction of Cultural Heritage
Ezra Zubrow

Moderators
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Daniele Ferdani

CNR (Italian National Research Council)

Speaker
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Ezra Zubrow

SUNY Distinguished Service Professor, University at Buffalo - University of Toronto
Interests: | 1) Digital and Non Digital Heritage in Conflict Zones | 2) Predicting Heritage Destruction Digitally in Conflict and Non-Conflict Areas | 3) Digital Reconstruction | 4) Margaritas and Scotch | About self: | 1. President United University Professions Buffalo Center (Labor... Read More →


Sunday October 28, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Historic Firehouse @ Ft Mason Ctr 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

6:00pm

Gala Dinner aboard the WWII ship the SS Jeremiah O'Brien
Limited Capacity seats available

Ticket required (included with General and Academic Registrations)

Join us for a gala dinner and behind the scenes tours aboard the National WWII Liberty Ship Memorial the SS Jeremiah O'Brien.  We will enjoy a special evening on this historic 75-year old living and working heritage site.  

The SS Jeremiah O'Brien is one of two remaining fully functional Liberty ships of the 2,710 built and launched during World War II. The O'Brien has the distinction of being the last unaltered Liberty ship and remains historically accurate. Moored at Pier 45, Fisherman's Wharf, she is a premier San Francisco attraction.

A living museum on the National Register of Historic Places and a National Historic Landmark, the O'Brien transports you back almost seven decades to when sailors braved the harshest of high seas and threat of enemy attack.

Note we had planned to take the boat out on the Bay, but due to unforeseen mechanical problems,  we will be docked at Pier 45 for the evening.  If repairs can be done in time, the crew will however fire up the engine room's boilers so we can see the boat's machinery in action.  For those that saw the movie Titanic, the O'Brien's engine room was featured in scenes for the movie.






8:00pm

Special Dinner Keynote: 3D Digital Preservation at the USS Arizona and more
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for this special dinner presentation on digital heritage & adventure, from preserving the famed WWII battleship the USS Arizona, to the moai of Easter Island, plus an upcoming documentary on the search for a lost WWII aircraft, by 3D technologist, diver, and explorer Pete Kelsey.  

Speaker
avatar for Pete Kelsey

Pete Kelsey

Technical Evangelist, Explorer, 3D Technologist, Communicator, Carahsoft
Pete Kelsey is a digital innovator and communicator with more than 20 years of experience in the creation and application of technological solutions to wide-ranging challenges.  In his career Pete has founded a technical services company, and worked for a global software company... Read More →


 
Monday, October 29
 

8:30am

Registration
Monday October 29, 2018 8:30am - 12:30pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

9:00am

Keynote - Dr. Vinton G. Cerf
Limited Capacity seats available

Dr. Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
in conversation with Chance Coughenour, Google Arts & Culture

Join us for a rich discussion on digital preservation with one of the pioneers of the digital age, Google Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist Dr. Vint Cerf.   Widely known as one of the "Fathers of the Internet," Dr. Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet, and has long been involved in issues of digital preservation.

Moderators
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Chance Coughenour

Program Manager, Google Arts & Culture

Speaker
avatar for Dr. Vinton G. Cerf

Dr. Vinton G. Cerf

Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
Vinton G. Cerf is vice president and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google. He contributes to global policy development and continued spread of the Internet. Widely known as one of the "Fathers of the Internet," Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of... Read More →


9:45am

10:30am

Coffee Break
Monday October 29, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

Panel: Emerging 2D and 3D Standards in Digital Cultural Heritage
Limited Capacity filling up

Please join us for three diverse presentations, followed by an interactive discussion on the present and future of 2D and 3D standards for digital cultural heritage:

Stuart Snydman (Stanford University), will introduce the International Image Interoperability Framework (http://iiif.io), a global initiative that has successfully built an open standards technology framework for the delivery of 2D images on the web, and is now exploring the prospects of 3D data interoperability.

Tassie Gniady (Indiana University), will present on Community Standards for 3D Data Preservation (http://gis.wustl.edu/dgs/cs3dp/), a national leadership grant from the Institute of Museums and Library Services that is tackling the complex problem of developing standards and best practices for the preservation of 3D data.

Franco Niccolucci (Univ of Florence), will reflect on the influence of the London Charter, and major European efforts to collect and integrate 3D datasets, such as 3D Icons (http://3dicons-project.eu/) and ARIADNEplus (http://www.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/).


Moderators
avatar for Stuart Snydman

Stuart Snydman

Associate Director for Digital Strategy, Stanford University Libraries

Speaker
avatar for Tassie Gniady

Tassie Gniady

Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities Manager, Indiana University
avatar for Franco Niccolucci

Franco Niccolucci

Prof. & Director VAST-LAB-PIN, Univ. of Florence


Monday October 29, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

11:00am

Visualization, Games and Stories
Limited Capacity seats available

Paper Presentations

15min
#110f   Capturing the Virtual Movement of Paintings: a game and a tool
Kalliopi Kontiza and Joseph Padfield

10min
#174s   A conceptual User–Centered Approach to Immersive Digital Heritage Site/Museum Experiences: The Hidden Waterfall City
Human Esmaeili, Harold Thwaites and Peter Woods

10min
#136s   Recreating Little Manila through a Virtual Reality Serious Game
Sophia Vu, Daniel Cliburn, Jennifer Helgren, Joshua Salyers, Keely Canniff, Andrew Johnson, Mary Milliken, Tyler Reardon, Kyle Sabbatino and Alicia Stephan

10min
#184s   Augmented Reality Storytelling: A Transmedia Exploration
Delas Santano and Harold Thwaites

10min
#168s   The Promise of VR: Heritage, Storytelling and a Sense of Place
Kacey Hadick, Elizabeth Lee and Burcu Tung

10min
#64s   Serious Game for Spring Festival Culture in Beijing
Jiao Wu, Jiaxiang Zhao, Dongyue Xue, Yuke Zhao and Xiaoshuang Jia

0min
#161f   Improving Museum Accessibility through Storytelling in Wearable Immersive Virtual Reality
Franca Garzotto, Vito Matarazzo, Nicolò Messina, Mirko Gelsomini and Carlo Riva

Moderators
avatar for Daniela Petrelli

Daniela Petrelli

Prof. of Interaction Design, Sheffield Halam University
I am a researcher interested in the Internet of Things, personalization, tangible and embodied interaction, and immersive experiences. With my team, I have designed, developed and evaluated bespoke interactive installations that blend the material and the digital. I coordinated the... Read More →

Speaker
KC

Keely Canniff

University of the Pacific
TC

Ting Chen

Humanistic Beijing Studies Center, Renmin University of China
DC

Daniel Cliburn

University of the Pacific
avatar for Human Esmaeili

Human Esmaeili

3D Visualization & Multimedia Research, Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media (CRCDM), Sunway University
JH

Jennifer Helgren

University of the Pacific
avatar for Xiaoshuang Jia

Xiaoshuang Jia

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
AJ

Andrew Johnson

University of the Pacific
KK

Kalliopi Kontiza

The National Gallery
EL

Elizabeth Lee

Vice President, CyArk
AL

Antonios Liapis

University of Malta
MM

Mary Milliken

University of the Pacific
avatar for Joseph Padfield

Joseph Padfield

Principal Scientist, The National Gallery, UK
National Gallery, London, Principal Scientist, with expertise in preventive conservation, colour science, conservation documentation, technical examination of paintings, generating/sharing digital images, image processing, web development, data management and integration systems development... Read More →
TR

Tyler Reardon

University of the Pacific
CR

Carlo Riva

L'Abilità Onlus
KS

Kyle Sabbatino

University of the Pacific
JS

Joshua Salyers

University of the Pacific
avatar for Delas Santano

Delas Santano

Audiovisual Producer, Sunway University
avatar for Alicia Stephan

Alicia Stephan

University of the Pacific
avatar for Harold Thwaites

Harold Thwaites

Professor - Head CRCDM, Sunway University
Honorary Lifetime President VSMM, Professor and Head of the Centre for Research-Creation in Digital Media, School of Arts - Sunway University Kuala Lumpur. Originally from Montreal Canada, he taught at Concordia University for 31 years as a tenured member of the Communication Studies... Read More →
SV

Sophia Vu

Student Assistant, University of the Pacific
PW

Peter Woods

Multimedia University
avatar for Jiao Wu

Jiao Wu

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
DX

Dongyue Xue

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
JZ

Jiaxiang Zhao

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
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yuke zhao

School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China


11:00am

ECAI - Project Reports
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator:   Jeanette Zerneke
                Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Updates
                Project Short Reports and Updates by ECAI Affiliates



Moderators
avatar for Jeanette Zerneke

Jeanette Zerneke

ECAI Technical Director, UC Berkeley

Monday October 29, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
Museo Italo Americano Library @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

11:00am

PNC - Cyber Infrastructure for Digital Humanities
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Moderator: Akihiro Kameda, Kyoto University
Speakers:

11:00-11:20    
Akihiro Kameda, Kyoto University
Cyber Infrastructure for Resource Sharing in Area Studies

11:20-11:40  
Mamoru Shibayama & Akihiro Kameda, Kyoto University
Building an Ontology-oriented Archaeological Knowledge-Base ‘ArcOnBase’in Mainland Southeast Asia

11:40-12:00  
Alfonso Ippolito & Martina Attenni, Sapienza University of Rome
Roc-cut Architecture: Modeling Mahabalipuram

12:00-12:20
Wai Fong Cheang & Eileen Hung, Chang Gung University
Kuo-sheng Chang, Kai-Nan University

Cyberspace, Heritage Conservation and Poets’ Place in Taiwan

12:20-12:30
Q&A


Speaker
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Wai Fong Cheang

Professor, Chang Gung University
A person interested in culture and literature.
avatar for Alfonso Ippolito

Alfonso Ippolito

Associate Professor, Sapienza University of Rome
avatar for Akihiro Kameda

Akihiro Kameda

Kyoto University
MS

Mamoru Shibayama

Kyoto University


Monday October 29, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
NPS Conf Room @ 2nd Flr, Bldg E, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building E, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109, USA

11:00am

Panel - 5DHeritage (Nottingham Trent University Special Session)
Limited Capacity filling up



#152   HeritageCAVE: Cloud-based Interactive Management Platforms for Historic Sites and Monuments at Risk
Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem

#154   Condition assessment of heritage structures using low-cost vision based systems
Rolands Kromanis and Haida Liang

#155   Preserving Heritage at the Crossroads between Street Arts and Digital Technology – Penang as a Creative City
George Kuk and Stephanie Giamporcaro

#163   ‘Found Cambodia’: Archiving the visual vernacular of post-conflict
Charles Fox

#185   Visualising Contested Heritage: Promoting Virtual Tourism in Northern Ireland
Gehan Selim

#187   Utilisation of Digital Technology to support Sustainable Retrofitting and Regeneration of historic buildings
Hua Zhong

#202   Voices of 68: Digital heritage and ‘agonistic contamination’
Chris Reynolds

#151   3D Data Capture and Modelling of Nottingham Castle: Digital Archive for Sustainable Management and Planning in Heritage Buildings with Community Access
Antony Pidduck, Mohamed Abdelmonem and Tiago Queiroz

Moderators
avatar for Prof. Gamal Abdelmonem, Ph.D.

Prof. Gamal Abdelmonem, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair in Architecture, Director of CAUGH Research Centre, Nottingham Trent University
Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is Chair in Architecture and the Director of the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH) at the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University. | | At The Nottingham Trent University, Gamal... Read More →

Speaker
CF

Charles Fox

Nottingham Trent University
Charles is a lecturer working on the BA Photography Degree teaching both Visual Practice and critical Practice. | Charles has Worked predominantly in South East Asia since 2005 with a particular focus on Cambodia. Worked for a range of publications and was part of Getty Images Global... Read More →
SG

Stephanie Giamporcaro

Nottingham Trent University
RK

Rolands Kromanis

Nottingham Trent University
GK

George Kuk

Nottingham Trent University
HL

Haida Liang

Nottingham Trent University
avatar for Antony Pidduck

Antony Pidduck

Centre for Architecture, Unbanism and Global Heritage, Nottingham Trent University
TQ

Tiago Queiroz

Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage, Nottingham Trent University
CR

Chris Reynolds

Nottingham Trent University
GS

Gehan Selim

University of Leeds
HZ

Hua Zhong

nottingham trent university


Monday October 29, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
Museo Italo Americano @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA
  • about Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is Chair in Architecture at the School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment at Nottingham Trent University. He is contributing to teaching Architecture courses and supervision of PGR students.<br><br>At The Nottingham Trent University, Gamal is leading the development of the University’s Innovative ‘Global Centre on Heritage Sciences and Management Research’, a research team that aims to engage with and produce strategic research projects with evident global impact on imporving Heritage Conservation and preservation strategies on the international and cross boundary levels. His world leading research is currently leading partnerships and consortium teams that include several American, British, European and Middle Eastern Universities and reseach organisations, and epecialist industries

12:30pm

Lunch
Gourmet sandwiches and salads will be served

Monday October 29, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

1:30pm

Roundtable: The response of the human cognitive system to aesthetic perception
Limited Capacity seats available

The aim of this Special Session roundtable is an interdisciplinary approach of the complex phenomenon that takes place during aesthetic perception, to explore the response of the human cognitive system to aesthetic perception, with the objective of contributing a transdisciplinary methodological approach for the fruition and transmission of the cultural heritage.

It is focused on analysis of the observer's capacity to enter into contact with the work of art through the sensory channels and how this relation can also be augmented through the use of multimedia technologies modulated in line with contemporary scientific approaches. To consider how the contact between visitor and art- can be subjected to an impact analysis based on a protocol combining quantitative and qualitative data, to improve the effectiveness of the design strategies related to museum layout and multimedia technologies.

Format: roundtable

Perla Gianni Falvo’s focus on the psycho-social impact in the perception of environment has guided all her work, from designing TV sets to designing museum exhibitions. Her interdisciplinary approach to the mysterious relationship between human beings and their art, essential and eternal, is the driving theme behind her research.

Massimo Bergamasco has founded PERCRO in 1991. He is Full Professor of Applied Mechanics at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and he is Director of the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies of the School.
He leads the research group on Mind Sciences.

Valeri Manera brings to the table the knowledge and experience gained from a distinguished career in finance as well as a profound love of and familiarity with the fine arts. Over the years his growing interest in human sciences and perception led him to question the effectiveness of the traditional ways exhibitions have been organized and visual arts have been presented to the public.

Moderators
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Perla Gianni Falvo

Partner, Art Perception International
Perla Gianni Falvo’s focus on the psycho-social impact in the perception of environment has guided all her work, from designing TV sets to designing museum exhibitions. Her interdisciplinary approach to the mysterious relationship between human beings and their art, essential and... Read More →

Speaker
MB

Massimo Bergamasco

Professor of Applied Mechanics, Perceptual Robotics Laboratory, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Massimo Bergamasco has founded PERCRO in 1991. He is Full Professor of Applied Mechanics at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna and he is Director of the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies of the School. He leads the research group on Mind Sciences.
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Giovanni Valeri Manera

Partner, Art Perception International
Valeri Manera brings to the table the knowledge and experience gained from a distinguished career in finance as well as a profound love of and familiarity with the fine arts. Over the years his growing interest in human sciences and perception led him to question the effectiveness... Read More →


Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

1:30pm

Reality Capture (Documentation & Input)
Limited Capacity seats available

Reality Capture (Documentation & Input)
Moderator:  Prof. Gabriele Guidi

FULL PAPER PRESENTATIONS
15min each

#67f   The role of Digital Geometric Documentation in the Rehabilitation of the Tomb of Christ
Andreas Georgopoulos, Charalabos Ioannidis, Sofia Soile, Sevasti Tapeinaki, Regina Chliverou, Antonia Moropoulou, Elisavet Tsilimantou and Kyriakos Lampropoulos

#27f   Intrasite Digital Documentation of the Ancient Maya city of Palenque, Mexico
Nicola Lercari, Arianna Campiani and Rodrigo Liendo Stuardo

#65f   Supervised segmentation of 3D cultural heritage
Eleonora Grilli, Domenica Dininno, Lucia Marsicano, Giulio Petrucci and Fabio Remondino

#29f   Photogrammetric survey of heritage objects: an experimental protocol for optimizing camera placement for aerial surveys
Renato Saleri

#56f   Massive 3D acquisition of CH
Carlo Bianchini and Michele Russo

Moderators
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Gabriele Guidi

Professor, Politecnico di MIlano

Speaker
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Carlo Bianchini

Professor, Dept. of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome
AC

Arianna Campiani

University of California, Merced
RC

Regina Chliverou

Lab of Photogrammetry, National Technical University of Athens
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Domenica Dininno

3D Optical Metrology (3DOM) unit, FBK Trento
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Andreas Georgopoulos

Prof. of Photogrammetry, National Technical Univ. of Athens
Geometric documentation of Monuments, movable or not and also Intangible Cultural Heritage.
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Eleonora Grilli

3D Optical Metrology (3DOM) unit, FBKTrento
Research Interests: | - Digital heritage | - 2D/3D Segmentation and Classification | - Machine Learning application
CI

Charalabos Ioannidis

Lab of Photogrammetry, National Technical University of Athens
KL

Kyriakos Lampropoulos

Lab of Materials, National Technical University of Athens
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Nicola Lercari

Asst. Prof. of World Heritage, Univ. of Calif. Merced
Research Interests: | - Digital heritage | - 3D Visualization | - Remote Sensing | - Heritage Conservation | - Virtual Reality | - Serious Games | - Digital Storytelling
LM

Lucia Marsicano

3D Optical Metrology (3DOM) unit, FBK Trento
AM

Antonia Moropoulou

Lab of Materials, National Technical University of Athens
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Fabio Remondino

Vice President, ICOMOS CIPA & Head of 3D Optical Metrology, Bruno Kessler Foundation
Fabio Remondino is the head of the 3D Optical Metrology (http://3dom.fbk.eu) research unit at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (http://www.fbk.eu), a research center located in Trento, Italy. He holds a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His main research... Read More →
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Michele Russo

Asst. Prof., Dept. of History, Restoration & Representation of Architecture, Sapienza Univ. of Rome
Michele Russo, architect, PhD in Representation at Politecnico di Milano, he is currently Assistant Professor of Representation at Sapienza University of Rome. His research activity ranges from the study of the geometry to colour aspects, from survey to modeling and virtual representation... Read More →
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Renato Saleri

UMR 3495 MAP, French National Research Council
SS

Sofia Soile

Lab of Photogrammetry, National Technical University of Athens
RL

Rodrigo Liendo Stuardo

Institute of Anthropological Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico
ST

Sevasti Tapeinaki

Lab of Photogrammetry, National Technical University of Athens
ET

Elisavet Tsilimantou

Lab of Materials, National Technical University of Athens


1:30pm

ECAI - Innovation in Buddhist Textual Studies
Limited Capacity full
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Moderator: Lewis Lancaster, University of Berkeley
Longquan Monastery Group:  Translator: Liu Xueling, Student CBS HKU
  • Ven. Xianchao, "The Correlation of the Data Base of the Digital Version of the Tripitaka and the Commentaries"
  • Song Yanchun, "Research and Development of Auto-Punctuation and Auto-Annotation System Based on Al Technology"
  • Zhang Li, "The Significance and Blueprint of the Digitalization of Manchu Tripitaka Based on AI Technology"
  • Zhang Minli, "A Statistic and Comparative Study of the Textual Differences (in more than 3 characters) in 11 Versions of the Mahaprajnaparamita Sutra"
  • Qiang Xiaomei, "The Past and Future of Phonosemantics of the Buddhist Scripture: Method and Result"

Moderators
LL

Lewis Lancaster

Prof. Emeritus, UC Berkeley
Honorary Chair VSMM 2016

Speaker

Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Museo Italo Americano Library @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

1:30pm

PNC - Fundamental Spatiotemporal Information for Historical Studies
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator:    Tatsuki Sekino, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Speakers:

1:30-1:50
Tatsuki Sekino,  International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Representation and Comparison of Uncertain Temporal Data based on Duration

1:50-2:10
Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University    
Digital Gazetteer as a Knowledgebase for Open Data Science (2nd report)

2:10-2:30  
Karl E. Ryavec, University of California, Merced
GIS Derived Viewsheds of Mountaintop Tombs in Western Tibet: A Preliminary Survey
     
2:30-2:50
Taizo Yamada, The University of Tokyo
A Common Base of Knowledge for Japanese Historical Materials and its Application

2:50-3:00
Q&A





Speaker
SH

Shoichiro Hara

Kyoto University
KR

Karl Ryavec

University of California, Merced
TS

Tatsuki Sekino

International Research Center for Japanese Studies
YT

Yamada Taizo

The University of Tokyo


Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
NPS Conf Room @ 2nd Flr, Bldg E, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building E, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109, USA

1:30pm

Panel: Get Connected - Semantically!
Limited Capacity filling up

While sustained investment in digital resources for the documentation and management of cultural heritage (CH) has created information systems of value in local contexts for the management, curation and research of CH assets over time, this work - even when done to the best of standards - is often under-used in terms of its exposure to a broader audience both of researchers and the public for re-use and further investigation. Semantic data technologies and facilitating ontologies (conceptual models) such as CIDOC-CRM make possible the creation of linked open data sets which have the capacity both to make data more accessible long term and to enable specific research goals amongst researchers and institutions across borders. Cutting edge institutions and research projects are adopting semantic strategies and using or building semantic tools in order to make such a vision a reality. This being said, the ideas of the semantic web and the use of formal ontologies for modelling and sharing information retain a reputation for difficulty to use in the broader Cultural Heritage community. This session will gather CH and semantic technology specialists from a broad spectrum of institutions who are practically working with and building semantic data in order to present their work but also their vision for the use of semantic technologies in the near and long term. Panelists will present individually and then participate in a round-table discussion open to public participation in order to explore the possibilities of connecting CH data semantically.


Part 1. CRM and Tools for Implementation



The Arches Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform: A case study in developing a semantically-enabled system for cultural heritage inventories and beyond
Annabel Lee Enriquez, Getty Conservation Institute
This talk will explore how the Arches Cultural Heritage Data Management Platform lowers the barrier to implementing the CIDOC-CRM by integrating semantic ontology definition into its interface-driven process of dynamically creating databases. 

The Digital Lab Notebook (DLN) a semantically-enabled metadata toolkit for the computational photography techniques of photogrammetry and Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)
Carla Schroer, Cultural Heritage Imaging
This talk will describe new open source software tools for collecting and managing metadata, and validating image sets used in the creation of digital representations. The semantic mapping and Linked Open Data is all “under the hood” so the user doesn’t need to know anything about them.
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Mapping and Integrating Datasets to CIDOC CRM with the 3M Data Mapping Tool
George Bruseker, ICS-FORTH
This talk will outline the 3M tool for creating data mappings to CIDOC CRM and how it can fit into an overall semantic and/or linked open data management strategy.


Part 2. CRM for Academic Research in CH

Using CIDOC CRM Tools for Advanced Research
Anais Guillem, University of California Merced
This talk will present how CIDOC CRM can be used to support research using semantic data using the case study of architectural data and ontological modeling of Julia Morgan’s architectural designs.


Modeling building archaeology information with CIDOC-CRM and its extensions
Paola Ronzino, PIN, Polo Prato
The talk will explore the potentiality of CIDOC-CRM and its extensions in addressing the issues related to building archaeology. The case study presented will highlight the specific aspects related to Amphitheaters, a particular type of buildings which have been altered in both their form and function over the centuries.


Part 3. The use Semantic Data and the CRM in and for CH Memory Institutions

A View to the Future: Artefacts Canada in a linked data world?
Sheila Carey, Canadian Heritage Information Network
This talk will discuss plans to create a linked open data environment for Artefacts Canada, a Canadian museum collections information repository. The talk will review two test projects using the CIDOC-CRM, lessons learned from those projects and the goals for moving forward.
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The CIDOC CRM Game as teaching and learning tool
Anais Guillem, UC Merced
George Bruseker, FORTH
This talk will address the question of how to make the CIDOC CRM accessible to CH professionals, researchers and other parties interested in semantic data but unfamiliar with the CRM in particular or ontologies in general.
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Re-thinking CRM: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Franco Niccolucci, PIN, Polo Prato
The CIDOC CRM is a project that has reached maturity over 20 years of dedicated research and development. As it enters the majority as a standard alongside a boom in interest in semantic data, it’s time for the standard to assume its role and responsibility in the semantic community. The talk will discuss how to manage this transition.


Part 4. Round Table Discussion
Following the speakers’ presentations, the floor will be open for discussion around the effective use of CIDOC CRM for implementing semantic integration for digital cultural heritage. The discussion panel will be open to questions from the audience.

Moderators
avatar for Anais Guillem

Anais Guillem

University of California Merced

Speaker
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Sheila Carey

Canadian Heritage Information Network
Linked Data, Museum collections information
avatar for Annabel Lee Enriquez

Annabel Lee Enriquez

Associate Project Specialist, Getty Research Library
Annabel Lee Enriquez is an Associate Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), where she specializes in projects involving cultural heritage data management, and is part of the GCI teams for the Arches, DISCO (Data Integration for Conservation Science), and AATA... Read More →
avatar for Franco Niccolucci

Franco Niccolucci

Prof. & Director VAST-LAB-PIN, Univ. of Florence
avatar for Paola Ronzino

Paola Ronzino

PIN, Università degli Studi di Firenze
avatar for Carla Schroer

Carla Schroer

Cultural Heritage Imaging
Carla Schroer leads the training programs at CHI and works on field capture projects with Reflectance Transformation Imaging, photogrammetry, and related computational photography techniques. She also directs the software development and testing activities at CHI, she is a CHI founder... Read More →


Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Museo Italo Americano @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:00pm

Coffee Break
Monday October 29, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm
-San Francisco Art Institute @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:30pm

Digital Solutions for Analysis & Interpretation
Limited Capacity seats available

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

15min
#116f   CRMCR - a CIDOC-CRM extension for supporting semantic interoperability in the conservation and restoration domain
Inès Bannour, Claudia Marinica, Luc Bouiller, Ruven Pillay, Olivier Malavergne, Claude Darrieumerlou, Dimitris Kotzinos and Cheikh Niang

15min
#58f   A semi-automatic 2D/3D annotation framework for the geometric analysis of heritage artefacts
Adeline Manuel,  Anas Alaoui M'Darhri,  Violette Abergel, Fabien Rozar and Livio De Luca

15min
#118f  Lift the veil of the block samples from the Warcq chariot burial with 3D digital technologies
Théophane Nicolas, Ronan Gaugne, Emilie Millet, Renaud Bernadet and Valerie Gouranton

10min
#60s   From BIM to H-BIM
Carlo Bianchini and Saverio Nicastro

10min
#87s   Efficient restitution of heritage buildings: a new way to exploit 3D point clouds slicing, An example with the Amiens Gothic Cathedral
Dominique Groux-Leclet, Jérémy Lentremy, Guillaume Caron and El Mustapha Mouaddib

10min
#90s   Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the Lady Chapel vaults at Ely cathedral
Nicholas Webb and Alexandrina Buchanan

unable to be presented
#128f   Custom point cloud edit and analysis tools in visual programming: Evaluation of heritage facades
Alexandros Peteinarelis


Moderators
avatar for Lisa Fischer

Lisa Fischer

Chair, CAA North America, and Director, Digital Initiatives, Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation

Speaker
avatar for Violette Abergel

Violette Abergel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, UMR 3495 MAP
avatar for Inès Bannour

Inès Bannour

ETIS - ENSEA UCP CNRS - UMR 8051, French National Research Council
avatar for Renaud Bernadet

Renaud Bernadet

Independant curator
avatar for Carlo Bianchini

Carlo Bianchini

Professor, Dept. of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome
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Luc Bouiller

Head of Documentation, Archives and IT, C2RMF
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Alexandrina Buchanan

University of Liverpool
avatar for Guillaume Caron

Guillaume Caron

MIS Laboratory, University of Picardy
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Claude Darrieumerlou

C2RMF
jazz, littérature
avatar for Ronan Gaugne

Ronan Gaugne

Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
Research Engineer, phD, in Virtual Reality at the Univ Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA, Ronan Gaugne is a member of the Hybrid research team (http://team.inria.fr/hybrid). | Since its construction in 2010, He is the technical manager of the virtual reality research platform Immersia (http://www.irisa.fr/immersia... Read More →
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Valerie Gouranton

Univ Rennes, INSA Rennes, Inria, CNRS, IRISA
avatar for Dominique Groux-Leclet

Dominique Groux-Leclet

MIS laboratory, University of Picardy
Serious Game | Tangible User Interface | Virtual Museums | Art and creativity
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Dimitris Kotzinos

ETIS - ENSEA UCP CNRS - UMR 8051, French National Research Council
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Jérémy Lentremy

MIS Laboratory, University of Picardy
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Livio de Luca

Research Director, DigitalHeritage 2013 chair, CNRS- french National Centre for Scientific Research
Architect, PhD in engineering, HDR (habilitation) in Computer Science, Livio De Luca is research director at CNRS (french national centre for scientific research) and director of the MAP (Models and simulations for architecture and cultural heritage) lab. Scientific advisor and member... Read More →
avatar for Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

Anas Alaoui M'Darhri

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council
avatar for Adeline Manuel

Adeline Manuel

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495, French National Research Council
avatar for Claudia Marinica

Claudia Marinica

Assistant Professor, DUKe team, LS2N CNRS 6004, Nantes / ETIS - ENSEA UCP CNRS - UMR 8051
I am currently Assistant Professor in Paris area, at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, IUT of Cergy-Pontoise member of the University of Paris Seine , in the Métiers du Multimédia et de l'Internet - in short, MMI - department, and I am conducting my research activities in the Equipes... Read More →
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El Mustapha Mouaddib

MIS Laboratory, University of Picardy
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Saverio Nicastro

Department of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome
TN

Théophane Nicolas

Inrap, UMR Trajectoires
AP

Alexandros Peteinarelis

TUC School of Architecture
FR

Fabien Rozar

UMR CNRS/MC MAP 3495
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Nicholas Webb

Lecturer in Architecture, University of Liverpool
I am interested in how digital tools and techniques can be used as methods to enhance and critique our understanding of historic works of architecture, whether they be existing buildings, were built and then damaged or destroyed, or were not built at all. My research focuses on methods... Read More →


3:30pm

PNC - Human Rights in Scientific Research and Cyberspace
Limited Capacity filling up

Moderator: Janos Meszaros, Academia Sinica
Paper Presentation:

3:30-4:00pm  
Pi-Chi Han, National Kaohsiung Normal University
Human Flesh Search and a Case of Sexual Assault in Taiwan: A Call for Interdisciplinary Collaborations

4:00-4:30pm
Alan Potkin, Northern Illinois University
Human Rights Components of an eBook Portfolio

4:30-5:00pm
Janos Meszaros, Academia Sinica
The Conflict between Privacy and Scientific Research in the GDPR

Speaker
avatar for Pi-Chi Han

Pi-Chi Han

associate professor, National Kaohsiung Normal University
Dr. Pi-Chi Han served as a professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at University of Missouri-St. Louis in the U.S.A. from 2007-2013. Due to the family emergency, she decided to resign and accept the offer from National Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU... Read More →
avatar for Janos Meszaros

Janos Meszaros

postdoctoral fellow, Academia Sinica
Janos Meszaros holds a doctorate degree in law from University of Szeged. Currently, he is a postdoctoral fellow at Academia Sinica in Taiwan. His research focus is privacy\data protection law, AI and health law.
avatar for Alan Potkin

Alan Potkin

team leader/adjunct professor, Digital Conservation Facility Laos
Alan Potkin —trained originally as limnologist specializing in tropical rivers— holds a doctorate in environmental planning (Ph. D., 1989) from U.C. Berkeley. His focus has always been on media applications in cultural and ecological conservation, and on the evolving interactive... Read More →


Monday October 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Museo Italo Americano Library @ Bldg C, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building C, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA

3:30pm

PNC - Innovative Information Technology for Digital Humanities
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Moderator:   Man-Kwan Shan, University of California, Berkeley
Paper Presentation:

3:30-3:50pm
Michelangela Di Giacomo and Livio Karrer, M9 Museum
One in a Million: M9 Mestre Museum ─ a Unique Experiment in Italy

3:50-4:10pm
Yao-Ju Lu and Man-Kwan Shan, National Chengchi University
Discovering Cuisine Patterns from Large Recipe Datasets

4:10-4:30pm
Vishakh Padmakumar, Rishab Ranga, Srivalya Elluru, Sowmya Kamath S, National Institute of Technology Karnataka
A Robust Approach to Open Vocabulary Image Retrieval with Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Transfer Learning

4:30-4:50pm
 Sneha Jhaveri, Pooja Soundalgekar, Kevin George, Sowmya Kamath S, National Institute of Technology Karnataka
An QoS and QoE based Integrated Model for Bidirectional Web Service Recommendation       

4:50-5:00pm    
Q&A



Speaker
avatar for Michelangela Di Giacomo

Michelangela Di Giacomo

Junior Curator, M9 Museum
VP

Vishakh Padmakumar

National Institute of Technology - Karnataka
MS

Man-Kwan Shan

National Chengchi University
avatar for Pooja Mahadev Soundalgekar

Pooja Mahadev Soundalgekar

National Institute of Technology Karnataka


Monday October 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
NPS Conf Room @ 2nd Flr, Bldg E, Ft Mason Ctr Landmark Building E, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109, USA

3:30pm

3D Documentation of Heritage (ICOMOS/ISPRS CIPA Special Session)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

3D Documentation of Heritage (ICOMOS/ISPRS CIPA Special Session)
Moderator:  Prof Andreas Georgopoulos
Short Paper Presentations:

10min
#125   Image Processing Scheme for Archiving Epigraphs
Hideyuki Uesugi, Masayuki Uesugi and Teruhiro Tani

10min
#71s   The digitisation of museum collections for research, management and enhancement of tangible and intangible heritage
Massimiliano Lo Turco, Fulvio Rinaudo, Paolo Piumatti, Michele Calvano, Alessandra Spreafico and Giacomo Patrucco

10min
#62s   Roc-cut architecture: modeling Mahabalipuram
Alfonso Ippolito and Martina Attenni

10min
#162s   Digital Documentation Workflow and Challenges for Tropical Vernacular Architecture in the Case of the Kasepuhan Palace in Cirebon, Indonesia
Arnadi Murtiyoso, Pierre Grussenmeyer, Deni Suwardhi, Dirga Sumantri, Shafarina Wahyu, Iwan Purnama, Sutrisno Murtiyoso, Gina Andryana and Rabby Awalludin

10min
#92s   Rome under Rome: survey and analysis of the east excavation area beneath the Basilica Iulia
Marco Galli, Carlo Inglese, Tommaso Ismaelli and Marika Griffo

10min
#175s   Image Base Modelling, 3D Laser scan & Gigapixel survey for the documentation of Carlo Lucangeli’s Flavian Amphitheater wood model
Graziano Mario Valenti and Jessica Romor

10min
#57s   The critical reconstruction of the Temple – Theatre complex in the Italic Sanctuary of Pietrabbondante
Giorgia Potestà and Carlo Bianchini

5min
#206p   Combining an Indoor positioning system (IPS) with Structure from Motion (SfM) techniques in cultural heritage
Panagiotis Parthenios


Moderators
avatar for Andreas Georgopoulos

Andreas Georgopoulos

Prof. of Photogrammetry, National Technical Univ. of Athens
Geometric documentation of Monuments, movable or not and also Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Speaker
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Gina Andryana

Bandung Institute of Technology
MA

Martina Attenni

Sapienza University of Rome
RA

Rabby Awalludin

Bandung Institute of Technology
avatar for Carlo Bianchini

Carlo Bianchini

Professor, Dept. of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome
avatar for Michele Calvano

Michele Calvano

Phd, Fellowship, Politecnico di Torino
Architect, PhD in architectural representation specializes in mathematical modeling and parametric modeling.
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Marco Galli

Sapienza University of Rome
avatar for Marika Griffo

Marika Griffo

Sapienza University of Rome
avatar for Pierre Grussenmeyer

Pierre Grussenmeyer

Prof., INSA Strasbourg
Pierre GRUSSENMEYER is Full Professor a INSA Strasbourg (Graduate School of Science and Technology) where he is leading the Photogrammetry and Geomatics Group (member of the ICube Laboratory UMR 7357 of Strasbourg). His current research interests include close range photogrammetry... Read More →
avatar for Carlo Inglese

Carlo Inglese

Associate Professor, Sapienza University of Rome
avatar for Alfonso Ippolito

Alfonso Ippolito

Associate Professor, Sapienza University of Rome
TI

Tommaso Ismaelli

IBAM - Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Lecce
avatar for Arnadi Murtiyoso

Arnadi Murtiyoso

PhD Candidate, INSA Strasbourg
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Sutrisno Murtiyoso

Indonesian Institute for History of Architecture
avatar for Panos Parthenios

Panos Parthenios

Associate Professor, Technical University of Crete
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Giacomo Patrucco

Politecnico di Torino
avatar for Paolo Piumatti

Paolo Piumatti

Associate professor, Politecnico di Torino
avatar for Giorgia Potestà

Giorgia Potestà

Phd student, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza
IP

Iwan Purnama

Cirebon Technological College
FR

Fulvio Rinaudo

Ass. Professor, Politecnico di Torino
JR

Jessica Romor

Sapienza University of Rome
AS

Alessandra Spreafico

Politecnico di Torino
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Dirga Sumantri

Bandung Institute of Technology
DS

Deni Suwardhi

Bandung Institute of Technology
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Teruhiro Tani

Wakasa-ji Culture Research Institute
avatar for Massimiliano Lo Turco

Massimiliano Lo Turco

Politecnico di Torino
avatar for Hideyuki Uesugi

Hideyuki Uesugi

Center for Collaborative Research on Pre-modern Texts, National Institute of Japanese Literature
MU

Masayuki Uesugi

Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
avatar for Graziano Mario Valenti

Graziano Mario Valenti

Associate Professor, University of Rome 'Sapienza'
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Shafarina Wahyu

Bandung Institute of Technology


Monday October 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
-SFAI Gray Box Theater @ Ft Mason Ctr Pier2, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 USA

5:00pm

Closing Ceremony, Awards
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderators
avatar for Alonzo C. Addison

Alonzo C. Addison

Congress Chair, DigitalHERITAGE 2018
Lon Addison brings over 30 years of leadership in strategic planning and management of digital technology and research in design & engineering, architecture & the arts, heritage & culture, the environment and more. With executive roles spanning the United Nations to Silicon Valley... Read More →
avatar for Ling-Jyh Chen, Ph.D.

Ling-Jyh Chen, Ph.D.

CEO, Pacific Neighborhood Consortium
Dr. Ling-Jyh Chen received the B.Ed. degree in information and computer education from National Taiwan Normal University in 1998, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from University of California at Los Angeles in 2002 and 2005 respectively. He joined the Institute... Read More →

6:00pm

Tour - UC Berkeley Natural History Museums
Tour of the UC Berkeley Natural History Museums
October 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
- Free but online Registration is required

UC Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Atrium, Valley Life Sciences Building
Harmon Way, UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94704 United States
(Meet on the lower level by the Tyrannosaurus rex!)

Why do we need natural history museum collections? The millions of specimens contained in the six natural history museums at UC Berkeley have provided the building blocks of data from which scores of researchers have described new species, unraveled complicated kinships among organisms, and discovered how organisms evolve and adapt to their environments. Go behind the scenes in the Essig Entomology Museum, the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, and the Jepson and University Herbaria to discover amazing treasures of biodiversity.

RSVP is needed to attend-- register here.

This is not an official DigitalHERITAGE event but is included for attendees interested in natural history and collections.  Anyone interested in attending will need to arrange their own transportation.  UC Berkeley is easily accessible on BART, the Bay Area's rapid transit metro system.  Bart info is online at www.bart.gov    Get off your train at the Berkeley BART station and walk 10minutes east onto the campus to the Valley Life Sciences Building.




Monday October 29, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
UC Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Atrium Valley Life Sciences Building, Harmon Way, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94704
 
Tuesday, October 30
 

8:00am

California State Capital Library, Archives & Collections Behind the Scenes Tour
Limited Capacity seats available

Go behind the scenes and discover rare and unusual gems California preserves in its State Library, State Archives, and Statewide Museum Collections Center.  Enjoy exclusive viewing of special collections at each venue that are set aside for DigitalHERITAGE 2018 tour participants.  Staff will be on hand to greet and give us a tour.

Your trip also includes a special lunch buffet sampling of Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork offerings in the historic, restored State Library Judicial Chambers.  

All day Tuesday.  Pricing approx $60/person.  
First come, first serve.  If the list is full, you can join the waitlist Please sign up here if you would like to attend so we can reserve meals and buses.  Tickets available onsite at checkin

Itinerary
  8:00am    Depart San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf
10:15am    Arrive Sacramento, Statewide Museum Collections Center (SMCC)
10:15 – 10:30am   Break
10:30 – 11:45am   Private Tour of SMCC
11:45 – 12:00pm   Break
12:00pm   Depart SMCC
12:30pm   Arrive at State Library
12:30 – 1:15pm   Lunch, 5th floor conference room (Asante Catering)
1:15 – 2:00 pm   Private Tour of State Library
2:00 – 2:15 pm   Travel  to State Archives
2:15 – 3:15 pm   Private Tour of State Archives
3:15 – 3:30 pm   Break
3:30 pm   Depart State Archives
Arrive in San Francisco


Tuesday October 30, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
Depart from Holiday Inn FW

9:00am

San Francisco Museums and Makers Tour
Limited Capacity filling up

Behind the scenes tour in San Francisco including the shops and labs at:
  • Autodesk's Pier 9 (digital maker and fabrication labs)
  • the Exploratorium (leading science museum which fabricates its exhibits)
  • Dr. Brian Fisher's digitization lab at the California Academy of Sciences
  • the home of famed Internet Archive,
  • and more.

Please preregister by adding to your Sched agenda so we know to book you a seat.  Tickets available at Registration sold in the order reservations have been booked up to the limit of the bus.  Tickets around $50


Tuesday October 30, 2018 9:00am - 3:00pm
Depart Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, CA

10:00am

Silicon Valley Tour - Google tour and Stanford
Limited Capacity filling up

Visit Stanford University, its campus, the Rumsey map library, followed by a tour of the Google campus.

Please pre-register by adding to your Sched agenda so we know to book you a seat.  Further details and bus/lunch tickets (around $50) onsite at the Congress.

First bus of 27 is now at capacity and Google has a limit on how many we can take.   If someone ahead of you on the list doesn't pay at checkin, you may move up but it is unlikely.  Note other tours still have room.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 10:00am - 5:00pm
Departure from Holiday Inn FW Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, CA

5:00pm

Tour - VR and the molecules of Life
Tour - Virtual Reality Wrestling with the Molecules of Life
October 30 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Free of charge

Visit the University of California San Francisco's VR lab to see a VR demo working on molecules of life. Explore and handle molecules of living things like water, carbon dioxide, fat, aspirin, caffeine, chlorophyl and break them, toss them, and modify them, using hologram virtual reality visualizations with HTC Vive or Oculus Rift headsets.

Reservation:  Free of charge but you must register in advance to attend.  Please reserve online here.  

Getting there:   You need to get yourself to Genentech Hall on the Koret Quad at UCSF.  Public transport via 511.org.  Enter building from the central courtyard and checkin with security desk upon arrival.  see (printable map)


6:00pm

Tour - UC Berkeley Atomic Physics Labs
Tour UC Berkeley Atomic Physics Labs
October 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Free but online registration required in advance

UC Berkeley, Birge Hall
South Hall Road
Berkeley, CA 94720 United States
(Meet between LeConte and Birge Hall opposite the Campanile spire)

Physics at Berkeley has a long history of game-changing research, pioneer scientists, world-class students, and Nobel prizes. Find out how we are learning about the fundamental physical qualities of atoms with mind-bending accuracy in the atom interferometry lab of Professor Holger Müller and the ultracold atomic physics lab of Professor Dan M. Stamper-Kurn.

RSVP is needed to attend - Register here.

Note this is not an official DigitalHERITAGE event but is included for anyone interested in seeing these labs.  Anyone interested in attending will need to arrange their own transportation.  UC Berkeley is easily accessible on BART, the Bay Area's rapid transit metro system.  Bart info is online at www.bart.gov    Get off your train at the Berkeley BART station and walk 20minutes east up the hill onto the campus to Birge Hall.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
UC Berkeley, Birge Hall Birge Hall, South Hall Road, Berkeley, CA 94720