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Tuesday, March 29
 

18:00

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Wednesday, March 30
 

09:00

10:10

10:30

10:55

11:20

11:45

12:10

13:30

13:55

14:00

14:15

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S03-P2 Exploitation of prevailing winds and currents by the earliest known seafarers, reaching and colonizing Australasia c 50 000 years ago Domus Media, Aula foyer S03-P3 Using GIS modeling to reconstruct the urban landscape of the Roman city of Ossonoba Domus Media, Aula foyer S03-P4 The first web based viewer for archaeological underwater sites in Europe: The Splashcos─Viewer Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P1 Modelling between digital and humanities: Thinking in practice Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P2 Sustainability = separation: Keeping database structure, domain structure and interface independent Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P3 Bioarchaeology module―Loading please hold... Recording human bioarchaeological data from Portuguese archaeological field reports Domus Media, Aula foyer S11-P1 Combining analytical and digital data in archaeology: Towards a multidisciplinary ontological solution. The Salamis terracottas case study Domus Media, Aula foyer S12-P1 How to classification?―A trial examining the effectiveness of an elliptic Fourier descriptor for Japanese archaeological studies Domus Media, Aula foyer S13-P2 Geographical and cultural networks to better understand urbanization processes in central Italy (1175/1150─500 BC ca) Domus Media, Aula foyer S14-P1 The origins of agriculture: Mathematical models, cooperation and the rise of social inequality Domus Media, Aula foyer S19-P2 Roman archaeology and GIS visibility studies Domus Media, Aula foyer S19-P4 Why 3D printing technique is the useful tool for artifact conservation Domus Media, Aula foyer S23-P1 Comparing 3D Ground Penetrating Radar visualization methods: A case study from Austria Domus Media, Aula foyer

17:30

18:00

 
Thursday, March 31
 

08:30

08:55

09:20

09:45

10:10

10:30

10:55

11:20

11:45

12:10

13:30

13:55

14:20

15:10

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Friday, April 1
 

08:30

10:10

10:30

10:55

14:20

14:45

15:30

15:55