Workshop

Archaeological Workshops

Date: 20 March 2017, 14:30 - 18:00

Room: Atheneaum Ballroom

Sponsored by: Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation and the JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a New Challenge for Europe (JPICH)

Organized by: RSCy2017, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, IBAM and IMAA of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and the JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a New Challenge for Europe (JPICH)

Chair: Dr. Rosa Lasaponara & Dr. Nicola Masini

Workshop program

The workshop is open to all conference participants, stakeholders, interested parties and the public. There will be no fees for attending the workshop. Please reserve your participation by sending an email using the RSCy 2017 contact form.

  • Remote Sensing for Cultural Heritage Beyond Europe, co-organized by IBAM and IMAA of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) in the framework of the ATHENA Project, for a look outside of Europe to discuss the use, potential and specificities of remote sensing techniques for the study of human past and  management of cultural heritage in the various regions of the world.

       

  • Enjoyment of Cultural Heritage By Means of New and Old Media, sponsored by the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, within the framework of  JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a New Challenge for Europe (JPICH) - Workshop/expert meeting on tangible cultural heritage and the way this is presented by new and old media.

            

The following presentations will be included in the workshop:

Rosa Lasaponara: CNR - Remote sensing  for a smart management of cultural heritage from site detection to monitoring and documentation:the case studies of Silk Road  Project
Arianna Traviglia: CA’ FOSCARI UNIVERSITY OF VENICE - Sensing beyond frontiers: remote sensing applications for archaeological heritage detection and management
Daniele Spizzichino, et. al: ISPRA - On the use of remote sensing  in areas selected in Georgia , Pakistan and Jordan (Petra)
Beniamino Murgante: UNIBAS - GIS and satellite data for urban sprawl  close to archaeological areas in Iran
Jean Bourgeois: Gent University - An Overview of remote sensing in  Altai archaeological area
Osama Wafa Abdel: The Christian reuse of the Egyptian temples and keeping methods using remote sensing and GIS techniques in Luxor city, Egypt
Modella et al.:  University of Barcelona, Remote Sensing for Indian archaeological areas (TBC)
Nicola Masini: CNR - Remote sensing based archaeological research in Nasca and in Pachacamac (Peru)
Athos Agapiou: CUT - Exploitation of big data cloud infrastructures for earth observation cultural heritage applications: mapping the land use changes patterns in the vicinity of “the great pyramid at Giza”
Daniele Cerra, Jiaojiao Tian, Vasiliki Lysandrou, Simon Plank, Thomas Krauß: Automatic Damage detection for sensitive Cultural Heritage Sites in Syria and Iraq
Gainullin, B. Usmanov, A. Sitdikov: Qualitative assessment of the medieval fortification conditions with the use of Remote Sensing data (Republic of Tatarstan )
Gunter Schreier: DLR - The Copernicus Programme and World Cultural Heritage preservation


Workshop: Exploitation of Copernicus data at ERDAS IMAGINE

Date: Tuesday, 21/03, 14.30-17.00

Room: Aphrodite Room

Moderator : Evangelos Maltezos, Surveying Engineer, PhD Candidate NTUA, GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS

Topics:
SAR images
1. Copernicus Data selection
2. SAR image processing at magnitude layer
3. DSM extraction via Interferometry at phase layer
4. Coherent Change Detection via Interferometry (phase layer)
5. Detection of ground deformation via Differential Interferometry (phase layer)
EO images
6. Classification and Change detection using Sentinel 2 imagery