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Joint Chapter Meeting of CAA Netherlands/Flanders and CAA Germany

Online event

Welcome to the page of the Joint Chapter Meeting of CAA Netherlands/Flanders and CAA Germany. Due to the Covid-19 situation this will be a fully online event.

The event will be hosted by Saxion University of Applied Sciences in Deventer, The Netherlands, December 3-4 2020. We have received several very interesting abstracts for papers and could make the following program. We have chosen for two afternoon sessions for various reasons.

December 3

 

13:00

Opening

 
     

 

Machine learning, AI

13:10

AI in times of COVID  Creating quality pottery shape simulations for pre-training Machine Learning Pottery Image Classifiers: processes in the Arch-I-Scan project

Santos Nuñez Jareño (University of Leicester); Daniël P van Helden (University of Leicester)*; Penelope Allison (University of Leicester); Ivan Tyukin (University of Leicester)

13:30

Gaze and Body Orientation in Ancient Images. New Approaches for Estimating Relationships via Computer Vision

Torsten S. Bendschus (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)*; Ute Verstegen (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg); Corinna Reinhardt (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg); Lara Mührenberg (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg); Prathmesh Madhu (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg); Ronak Kosti (Pattern Recognition Lab, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

13:50

Patterns of Trauma - Employing AI and ML in bioarchaeological trauma research

Chiara G. M. Girotto (Independent Researcher / Ludwigs-Maximilians-University Munich)*; Henry C. W.  Price (Imperial College London ); Martin Trautmann (A&O Praxis für Bioarchäologie, München)

14:10

Using CarcassonNet to automatically detect and trace hollow roads in LiDAR data

Wouter  B Verschoof-van der Vaart (Leiden University)*; Jürgen Landauer (Porsche)

14:30

Questions

 

 

   

14:45

Break

 

 

   

 

Remote sensing and geophysics

15:00

Searching for the Dutch castle landscape

Nancy de Jong-Lambregts (PhD)*; Ferry van den Oever (Saricon BV)

15:20

The tumultuous Marriage between Mrs. Archaeology and Mr. Geophysics

Joep Orbons (ArcheoPro)*

15:40

Drone thermography for archaeological applications

Jitte Waagen (Universiteit van Amsterdam)*

16:00

Questions

 

December 4

   

13:00

Opening

 

 

Gaming, AR and VR

13:10

Augmented Blended Learning: providing immersive content to augment the museum environment

Markus H Stoffer (University of Amsterdam)*

13:30

Making historical VRs, lessons learned from two case-studies: the commanders house at Westerbork and the former Jewish neighbourhood Vlooienburg, Amsterdam.

Tijm Lanjouw (UvA)*; Jitte Waagen (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

13:50

Archaeogaming - Reflections on Code and the Playability of the Past

Sophie C. Schmidt (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut)*; Tine Rassalle (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

14:10

Ship Shapes: Digitising 17th and 18th century Dutch ships

John McCarthy (Flinders University)*

14:30

Questions

 

 

   

14:45

Break

 

 

   

 

Tools, statistics and little Minions

15:00

Linked Open Samian Ware - Unveiling the hidden Data Dragons and uncovering temporal vagueness with the help of Little Minions

Florian Thiery (RGZM)*; Allard Mees (RGZM); Dennis Gottwald (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)

15:15

geoCore -  QGIS plugin to construct a graphical representation of petrographic drilling profiles

Moritz Mennenga (Lower Saxony Institute for Historical Coastal Research)*; Gerrit Bette (T-Systems on site services GmbH)

15:30

The track graph: a heuristic tool for reconstructing past movement systems

Philip Verhagen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)*; Laure Nuninger (UMR 6249 Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté)

15:50

Handmade pottery and the mystery of volume: how to calculate capacity in an accurate way

Vasiliki - Lagari (Leiden University)*

16:10

The Fractal Dimension of Stone Tools

Florian Linsel (University of Cologne)*

16:30

Questions

 

 

   

16:45

End

 
  • Online event

  • 3 december 2020 - 13:00 tot 4 december 2020 - 16:45

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