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Ian Johnson

University of Sydney
Honorary Associate
Australia

Web-based databases and GIS/mapping applied to historical and archaeological applications. Mobile/tablet applications for field data collection and delivery of historical and cultural tours, Augmented Reality, semantic web

Monday, March 26
 

10:00am

4:00pm

 
Tuesday, March 27
 

9:00am

4:15pm

 
Wednesday, March 28
 

8:00am

9:00am

2 - Through the Reading Glass – Re/presenting Knowledge Without Pages Building 65, Lecture Theatre A 3 - Places, People, Events and Stuff; building blocks for archaeological information systems Building 65, 1097 4 - Linking with legacy: Modelling spatio-temporal distribution patterns of 40 year old excavation data from the settlement site of Zagora Building 65, 1097 5 - Imperfect temporal information in data sets Building 65, 1097 6 - Through an Archaeological Urban Data Model Handling Data Imperfection Building 65, 1097 2 - Paperless Recording at the Sangro Valley Project Building 65, 1145 3 - Tablet computer as a documentation tool for excavating an archaeological site: practical employment in the field and future possibilities Building 65, 1145 4 - Extremal Recording Solution - Using e-Readers for Field Documentation on Gdansk Excavations in Winter, Poland Building 65, 1145 5 - Comprehensive Digital Recording and Analysis: iPads, Photogrammetry, Geophysics and GIS. Building 65, 1145 6 - Pompeii and the iPad: an update Building 65, 1145 1 - Groovy hardware on my wish list Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 2 - Methodological contest between high-end hardware and low-cost equipment for archaeological documentation Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 3 - Making visible: 3D voxel representations of '˜sites without features'. The case study of Hoge Vaart, the Netherlands Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 4 - Image-Based 3D Documentation of Archaeological Trenches Considering Spatial, Temporal and Semantic Aspects Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 5 - Three dimensional modular construction system for interpretation and visualization of archaeological urban environments Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 8 - Interpreting time - representing chronology Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 10 - Shape grammar modelling and the visualisation of an uncertain past Building 65, 1143 6 - Temporal Uncertainty and Artefact Chronologies Building 65, 1143 7 - Exploring probable histories: applying Monte-Carlo methods for uncertainties in spatial and temporal analysis. Building 65, 1143

11:15am

2:00pm

 
Thursday, March 29
 

9:00am

11:15am