Programme and abstracts
Thursday, 1st of July 2021 - Morning session
Chair: Ian Haynes
9.00 Welcome. I. Haynes
9.20 The challenge of archaeologists using geophysics in urban areas. M. Dabas, F. Blary, G. Catanzariti
9.50 Rome Transformed: a multiple method geophysical approach for the urban investigations of the East Caelian. S. Kay, E. Pomar, G. Morelli
10.20 Acquisition, integration, and interpretation of multiple GPR data sets in urban area, as part of the ERC Rome Transformed project. S. Piro, D. Zamuner, T. Leti Messina, D. Verrecchia.
10.50 Coffee Break and break up rooms
11.00 SOS project: a new challenge for a novel approach to the understanding of historical cities. S. Campana, S. Camporeale, J. Tabolli, R. Pansini, S. Güzel, G. Morelli, F. Pericci, M. Sordini, L. Gentili, F. Gianni, F. Vitali, G. Carpentiero, D. Barbagli, M. Serlorenzi
11.30 Ground-penetrating radar survey as the linchpin of a multidisciplinary approach to the study of two Roman cities in Lazio. M. Millett, F. Vermeulen, A. Launaro, L. Verdonck.
12.00 Three coloniae and Three municipia: non-invasive exploration of urban contexts in Roman Hispania. L. Lagóstena, J. A. Ruiz Gil, J. Pérez Marrero, P. Trapero, J. Catalán, I. Rondán, M. Ruiz Barroso.
Thursday, 1st of July 2021 - Afternoon session
Chair: Paolo Liverani
14.00 Challenges and solutions of GPR-surveys in urban areas of Rome, Jeddah and Athens. U. Burkart, R. Freibothe, R. Kniess, H. Zoellner.
14.30 Multidisciplinary approach for characterizing the shallow subsoil of the Central Archaeological Area of Rome for geohazard assessment. M. Moscatelli, M. Mancini , F. Stigliano, M. Simionato, C. Di Salvo, G.P. Cavinato, S. Piro
15.00 Integrated GPR and laser scanning of Piazza Sant'Anastasia, Rome. E. Pomar, S. Kay, P. Campbell and K. Vukovic.
15.30 Coffee Break and break up rooms
15.40 GPR survey in the Punic harbour of La Martela (El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain) and the methodology used for the processing and archaeological visualisation of the data. J.A. Ruiz Gil, L. Lagóstena Barrios, J. Pérez Marrero, P. Trapero, J. Catalán, I. Rondán, M. Ruiz Barroso.
16.10 The topography of Rome. An outlook for the future, P. Liverani
Friday, 2nd of July 2021 - Morning session
Chair: Thea Ravasi
9.00 Methods and techniques for the interpretation and reconstruction of the ancient landscape outside the Aurelian Walls. E. Demetrescu, C. Gonzalez Esteban, S. Morretta, R. Rea.
9.30 From interpretation to provocation and back again: Rome Transformed SCIEDOC and the Ospedale di San Giovanni in Laterano. I. Haynes, T. Ravasi, I. Peverett, M. Grellert, M. Simpson.
10.00 4D with Accuracy: why bother? A. Schmidt, T. Sparrow, C. Gaffney, V. Gaffney, A.S. Wilson, R. A.E. Coningham
10.30 Coffee Break and break up rooms
10.40 A software for the Management and Analysis of Stratigraphic Data from Different Sources in a 3D Environment, M. Azzari, V. Bologna, C. Pappalardo, C. Berti
11.10 Roman buildings on the western slopes of the Capitol. Investigations and new approach technologies. E. Bianchi, A. Pansini
11.40 The archaeological area of S. Croce in Jerusalem: new data for the reconstruction of the ancient landscape. A. De Santis, L. Bottiglieri, D. Colli, C. Rosa, M. Solvi
Friday, 2nd of July 2021 - Afternoon session
Chair: Francesca Carboni
14.00 Marvellous metadata: Managing metadata for the Rome Transformed Project. Alexander Turner
14.30 SITAR project: New approaches and methods for an open data archeology of Rome. M. Serlorenzi, A. Cecchetti, A. D'Andrea, F. Lamonaca, G. Leoni, R. Montalbano, S. Picciola
15.00 Conducting archival research in an interdisciplinary context for Rome Transformed. F. Carboni, E. D’Ignazio
15.30 Break and break up rooms
15.40 Virtual Bradford. A. S. Wilson, A. Walker, C. Gaffney, T. Sparrow, J. Moore, S. Simpson, J. Ritchings
16.10 Combining past, present and future. Non-invasive mapping for the urban archaeology of Ascoli Piceno (Italy). F. Boschi, E. Giorgi, M. Silani
Thank you and forward-looking work. I. Haynes