Aims and Scope


Keynote Speakers

Important Dates



Venue and Transportation






21 Oct 2013: Deadline for sumbission of paper to MAA Journal changed to 30 November, 2013.
3 Sep 2013: Added detailed programme
30 Aug 2013: Added information about Venue and Transportation
11 Jul 2013: Online registration is now open!
14 Jun 2013: Added abstracts of keynote speaches.
29 May 2013: Deadline for submission extended to June 30. See Important Dates.
10 Arp 2013: Added photos and short CVs of Keynote Speakers.
2 Apr 2013: Online submission system is open.
25 Feb 2013: Site is up.

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Programme at a glance

Download the printed programme in pdf

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Arrival at Delphi
20.00 Welcome Cocktail

Thursday, 26 September 2013

08.30 - 09.10 Keynote Speech 1 - Maria Roussou
09.10 - 09.50 Keynote Speech 2 - Luis A. Hernández Ibáñez
09.50 - 11.30 Session 1
11.30 - 12.00 Coffee Break
12.00 - 14.00 Session 2
14.00 - 15.30 Lunch
15.30 - 17.10 Special Session - part 1
17.10 - 17.40 Coffee Break
17.40 - 19.40 Special Session - part 2
20.00 Dinner

Friday, 27 September 2013

08.30 - 13.00 Museum & Delphi site visit
13.00 - 14.30 Lunch
15.00 - 15.40 Keynote Speech 3 - Maurizio Forte
15.40 - 17.00 Session 3
17.00 - 17.30 Coffee Break
17.30 - 19.10 Session 4
20.00 Dinner

Saturday, 28 September 2013

8.30 - 10.10 Session 5
Departure from Delphi

Detailed Programme

Keynote Speeches

Keynote Speech 1, Thu 26 Sep, 8.30
A vision of adaptive cultural experiences through the use of interactive storytelling in museums
Maria Roussou

Keynote Speech 2, Thu 26 Sep, 9.10
Depict, envision, experience. Visual narratives for virtual heritage
Luis A. Hernández Ibáñez

Keynote Speech 3, Fri 27 Sep, 15.00
From Virtual Archaeology to Cyber-Archaeology: Avatarizing the Past
Maurizio Forte

Regular Papers

Session 1, Thu 26 Sep, 9.50
3D Virtual Reconstruction of Archaeological Monuments
Andreas Georgopoulos

Educational enhancing of virtual expositions. An interactive and profile sensible system for visitor-centered museology.
Rica Simona Antin, Orestis Dimou, Gabor Bella, Ioannis Kanellos

Virtual Approaches in the conduct of Museum Visitors within Museum Exhibition and cultural sites
Barth Chukwuezi

Museums and social media: Modern methods of reaching a wider audience
Panteleimon Marakos

The educational role of ICT in Greek museums’ activities. Initial results from a research study.
Sofia Koutsianou, Maria Economou

Session 2, Thu 26 Sep, 12.00
Re-imagining the city through heritage trails in contemporary Thessaloniki: designing an interactive tool for cultural tourism and cultural education.
Eleni Stefanou,Ioanna Antoniadou

Cultural Heritage Representation in Virtual Worlds: Towards Rich Interactive, Adaptive and Social Experiences
Spyros Vosinakis

Augmented Reality for Archaeological Environments on mobile devices: a novel open framework
Ioannis Deliyannis, Georgios Papaioannou

Interactive Walks in the Statue Park of Kerepesi Cemetery
Tamás Matuszka, Attila Kiss

Digitized and optimized artefacts and the management of interactive 3D content on mobile devices
Radu Comes, Călin Neamţu, Zsolt Buna, Ionuț Badiu, Paul Pupeză

3D representations in real time and place: the E-chronomichani (E-time machine) and its implementation for enhancing historical and archaeological sites.
Giannis Ladas, Aphrodite Kamara

Session 3, Fri 27 Sep, 15.40
Delphi in the Digital Age: Immersive Technologies to Explore Greece’s Omphalos
Arne Flaten, Susan Bergeron

The Temple of Zeus at Olympia - Visualizing the Sculptural Decoration and the History of a Classical Monument
András Patay-Horváth

The Scale That Matters: VR Applications as a Cultural Product for Small Greek Museums and the Louvre
Athanasios Sideris

Comparison between analog and digital ways of representations of ancient monuments. Is “Virtual Archaeology” really something new?
Yannis Kourtzellis, Evangelia Sampanikou

Session 4, Fri 27 Sep, 17.30
The museums’ experience as a touristic added value–Navarino Natura Hall by Hellenic Postbank in Costa Navarino
Anastasia Glaraki

Creating new links among places through Virtual Cultural Heritage applications and their multiple re-use
Maria Chiara Liguori, Antonella Guidazzoli, Mauro Felicori, Sofia Pescarin

From Real to Digital-mediated Objects: Reflections Upon the Digital Reproduction of Archaeological Objects
Christos Merantzas

The museums in a new, promising, participatory world
Nikoletta Palaiologou

Public virtual presentation of archaeological materials: the notes from Russia
Daria Hookk

Session 5, Sat 28 Sep, 8.30
About quality and properties of digital and virtual artefacts
Călin Neamţu, Daniela Popescu, Răzvan Mateescu, Liliana Suciu†, Dan Hurgoiu

The Great Solovetsy islands arise from the sea.
Marco Francesco Bulloni

Developing therauri of historical period names from Web acquired data
Maria S. Mouroutsou, Stella Marakantonatou, Vasilis Papavasiliou

Engineering CAD tools in digital archaeology
Zsolt Buna, Daniela Popescu, Radu Comes, Ionuț Badiu, Răzvan Mateescu

Recent advances in archaeological predictive modeling: contribution to Cultural Resource Management and archaeological research
Aikaterini Balla, Gerasimos Pavlogeorgatos, Despoina Tsiafakis, George Pavlidis

Special Session:
Cyber-Archaeology - From the Field to the Museum of the Future

Organizer: Thomas E. Levy

Special Session - part 1, Thu 26 Sep, 15.30
Transdiciplinary Research and Cyber-Archaeology Today: Toward the Museum of the Future
Thomas E. Levy

ArchField: A digital application for real-time acquisition and dissemination--from the field to the virtual museum
Neil Smith, Thomas Levy

OpenDig: Contextualizing the Past from the Field to the Web
Matthew L. Vincent, Falko Kuester, Thomas E. Levy

ArchaeoSTOR: Archaeological Data Processing and Storage for the Archaeological Frontier
Aaron Gidding, Thomas E. Levy, Thomas A. DeFanti

Low-altitude Aerial Photography and Structure from Motion: Documenting the Past for Preservation and Presentation
Matthew Howland, Falko Kuester, Thomas E. Levy

Special Session - part 2, Thu 26 Sep, 17.40
Finding Meaning in the Data Avalanche: the Ethical Dangers and Community Value of Digitizing the Past
Ashley M. Richter, Vid Petrovic, David J. Vanoni, James M. Darling, Joe DeBlasio, John Mangan, Aliya Hoff, Thomas E. Levy, Falko Kuester

Efficient Integrated Technology Strategies for Collecting, Combining & Visualizing High Resolution Three-Dimensional Data Scaffolds and Two-Dimensional Data of Cultural Heritage Sites
Vid Petrovic, David J. Vanoni, Ashley M. Richter, Thomas E. Levy, Falko Kuester, Falko Kuester

Space & Object Recognition: Bringing the Site to the Museum and the Museum to the Site
David J. Vanoni, Vid Petrovic, Ashley M. Richter, James M. Darling, Thomas E. Levy, Falko Kuester

Skeletons as Storytellers: Piecing together the past, from the field to the museum
Aliya R. Hoff, Ashley M. Richter, David Vanoni, Vid Petrovic, John Mangan, James Darling, Thomas E. Levy, Falko Kuester

Visualizing 3D Archaeological Data using CalVR – Implications for Museums and Cultural Heritage
Jurgen Schulze, Andrew Prudhomme, Philip Weber

The Mediterranean Archaeological Network – A Cyberinfrastructure for Archaeological Heritage Management
Stephen H. Savage, Thomas E. Levy