ARIADNEplus is organising a virtual workshop on Zoom for Wednesday the 15th June from 10:00 to 15:00 CEST on the topic of the semantic mapping of excavation data.
The presenters, both Partners and Associate Partners, will explore semantic modelling and the use of CIDOC CRM, the tools developed to assist researchers with mapping their data, followed by five case studies after the lunch break. The workshop also actively encourages participants to take part in the discussions and to contribute their experiences and ideas with a view to making excavation data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable).
Registration is free for participants. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
10.00 Welcome & Workshop agenda, Franco Niccolucci, PIN-University of Florence / Scientific Coordinator ARIADNEplus, Markos Katsianis, University of Patras
Part A: Introduction and tools for semantic mapping (10.10-12.00)
10.10 Semantic Data Modelling and Archaeological Research Data – Why, How and Where We are Now, George Bruseker, Takin.solutions Ltd.
10.30 From modeling to mappings: how to appropriate the CIDOC CRM, Olivier Marlet, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)
11.00 The X3ML toolkit: How to map excavation data to CIDOC CRM, Maria Theodoridou & Vangelis Kritsotakis, Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH)
11.20 An approach to model archaeological data and create RDF from spreadsheets, Gerald Hiebel, University of Innsbruck
12.00 Lunch Break
Part B: Case studies in excavation data semantic mapping (12.30-14.20)
12.30 Openarchaeo: a semantic Web platform for archaeological data, Florian Hivert, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)
12.50 Modelling Archaeological Excavations. Theoretical Patterns and Practical Recipes, Denitsa Nenova, Takin.solutions Ltd.
13.10 Reworking aged excavation mappings with new models and tools, Markos Katsianis & Giorgos Styliaras, University of Patras
13.40 597 Norwegian excavation databases and CIDOC-CRM – a practical exercise, Christian-Emil Smith Ore, University of Oslo
14.00 Archaeological Interactive Report: a trait d’union between data management and semantic publication, Paola Derudas, Lund University & Federico Nurra, Institute national d’histoire de l’art (INHA).
PART C: Discussion (14.30-15.00 )
14.30 Wrap-up & next steps for the Excavation Modelling Group.
Download the programme (PDF).