Program Chairs: Fernand Cohen (Drexel University) and Benjamin Kimia (Brown University)
Session I: The Archaeologist Perspective
Session Chairs: Katherina Galor (Brown University) and Ali Shokoufandeh (Drexel University)
||Keynote Speaker 1: "Fragmentary Evidence: An Archeologist’s View of the Promise and Problems in the Application of Computer Vision Approaches in Archeological Practice"
Jed Levin (National Park Services)
||"Beyond the Visualization: Cyber-Archaeology and Simulation Processes"
Maurizio Forte (University of California, Merced and University of Lugano)
||"The Archaeologist's Perspective: Contextualizing Computer Vision Technologies within Cultural Heritage"
Patrice L. Jeppson (Cheyney University, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and Drexel University)
||"Crossing the Boarders: Educating in the Age of Collective Intelligence in the Lands of Archaeologists, Computational Scientists, Cultural Heritage Historians and Digital Media Designers"
Glen Muschio (Drexel University)
Session II: Documentation and Visualization
Session Chair: Maurizio Seracini (UCSD)
||Keynote Speaker 2: "e-Heritage projects in Italy, Cambodia, and Japan -- What have we learned?"
Katsushi Ikeuchi (University of Tokyo)
||"Teleimmersive 3D Collaborative Environment for Cyberarchaeology"
Gregorij Kurillo, Maurizio Forte, and Ruzena Bajcsy (University of California at Berkeley)
||"A Complete, Automatic Procedure for Pottery Documentation and Analysis"
Avshalom Karasik (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
||"An Integrated Image and Sketching Environment for Archaeological Sites"
Rushmeier (Yale University), Yann Morvan (Trinity College Dublin), Xuejin Chen, Yu He, and Julie Dorsey (Yale University)
||"Estimating Gothic Facade Architecture from Imagery"
Andrew Willis, Yunfeng Sui (University of North Carolina, Charlotte), Katharina Galor (Brown University), and Donald Sanders (Vizin)
Session III: 3D Sensing and Reconstruction
Session Chair: Holly Rushmeier (Yale University)
||"REVEAL Intermediate Report"
Ebenezer Gay, Benjamin Kimia, David Cooper, Gabriel Taubin, Donald Sanders, Katarina Galor (Brown University), and
Andrew Willis (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)
||"Virtual Reconstruction of Archaeological Vessels using Convex Hulls of Surface Marking"
Fernand Cohen, Zhongchuan Zhang and Patricia Jeppson (Drexel University)
||"Virtual Reconstruction of Archaeological Vessels using Expert Priors & Surface Markings,”
Fernand Cohen, Ezgi Taslidere, Zexi Liu, and Glen Muschio (Drexel University)
||"Photometric Stereo using Graph Cut and M-estimation for a Virtual Tumulus in the Presence of Highlights and Shadows"
Daisuke Miyazaki (Hiroshima City University) and Katsushi Ikeuchi (The University of Tokyo)
Session IV: Reconstruction and Fragment Assembly
Session Chair: Andrew Willis (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)
||"Classiﬁcation of Archaeological Fragments Using Texture and Color Descriptors"
Patrick Smith, Dmitriy Bespalov, Ali Shokoufandeh, and Patrice Jeppson (Drexel University)
||"Robust One-Shot 3D Scanning Using Loopy Belief Propagation"
Fatih Calakli, Ali Ulusoy, and Gabriel Taubin (Brown University)
||"HINDSITE: A User-Interactive Framework for Fragment Assembly"
Benjamin Kimia (Brown University)
Panel Discussion: What Have We Learned?
Panel Moderators: Fernand Cohen (Drexel University) and Benjamin Kimia (Brown University)
Jed Levin (National Park Services);
Patrice L. Jeppson (Drexel University);
Katsushi Ikeuchi (University of Tokyo);
David Cooper (Brown University);
Holly Rushmeier (Yale University);
Maurizio Seracini (UCSD).