ITACA Final Conference - Athens (Greece), June 24th-25th, 2016


Session I
Chair: Christos Agouridis

    • Stelios Bollanos (PKH), ITACA – Technological and collaborative challenges
    • Alessio Di Iorio (Alma), Advancement on shape detection algorithms for underwater archaeology
    • Antonio Salvati (KELL), Bathymetry estimation using satellite-based SAR observations
    • Manuel J. Fonseca (FFCUL), A fuzzy approach for shape detection in complex images
    • Antonio Monteleone (NAIS), Supporting coastal archaeological sites management on the web: the ITACA service web portal
    • Lars Boye Hansen (DHI-GRAS), Satellite derived bathymetry from very high resolution optical data


Session II
Chair: Werner Alpers – Evyenia Yiannouli

    • Floriana Agneto, Giacoma Brancato, Salvatore Emma (Sopmare), Test case Egadi Islands – The ITACA experience
    • Elias Spondylis, Myrto Michalis, Christos Agouridis (I.EN.A.E.), ITACA’s Test Case Greece: The Pagasetikos Underwater Archaeological Research at Metohi and Glaros
    • Lorenzo Minno (Codevintec), High definition technologies to investigate the seafloor. An application in archaeology
    • Silvia Ciccarelli, Rosario Pavone (SME4SPACE), Earth observation satellite data for coastal archaeological sites
    • Eutimio Tiliacos (ANESTI), The market perspective of the ITACA project


Session III
Chair: Angeliki Simosi – Yannos Lolos

    • Dimitrios Ioannidis (PKH), Management & Monitoring of underwater archaeological sites: An innovative approach
    • George Papatheodorou, Maria Geraga, Elias Fakiris, Dimitris Christodoulou, Nikos Georgiou, Xenophon Dimas (LMGPO), Marine remote sensing techniques and underwater archaeology: Case studies from Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean
    • Bjørn Lovén (Saxo Institute, UCPH), Eyes in the sky above Lechaion – Ancient Corinth’s main harbour


Session IV
Chair: George Papatheodorou – Stelios Bollanos

    • Massimiliano Secci, Giorgio Pier Spanu (UNISS), The underwater archaeological world in three dimensions. Some theoretical and conceptual considerations
    • Athos Agapiou, Vasiliki Lysandrou, Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis (CUT), Coastal heritage landscapes under marine spatial planning policy: a “forgotten layer”
      • Nikos Papadopoulos (GeoSat ReSeArch Lab, IMS-FORTH), Mapping the cultural dynamics of littoral archaeological sites through geoinformatics: Examples from Crete, Greece
      • Christopher Stewart (URTV), Submerged Palaeolandscape Monitoring with Sentinel-1