The Digital Forensic Archaeology project attended the 7th Meeting on Forensic Archaeologyheld at Queen’s University in Belfast on 23rd and 24th of August 2018, presenting a study about ‘Optimizing the Research and Time Efforts Involved in Mass Grave Location Through the Combination of Digital Technologies’
The Digital Forensic Archaeology project will attend the ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium “Toward Photogrammetry 2020“, which will be held in Riva del Garda (Italy) from th 4th to the 7th of June 2018, presenting a paper “PANORAMIC IMAGES, 2D FEATURE-BASED AND CHANGE DETECTION METHODS FOR THE DOCUMENTATION OF CONTAMINATED CRIME SCENES“.
The Digital Forensic Archaeology project has published a paper concerning ‘A multi-level and multi-sensor documentation approach of the Treblinka extermination and labour camps‘ in the Journal of Cultural heritage’.
The Digital Forensic Archaeology project will present the results of the collaboration with the Committee for Missing Persons in Cyprus at the 70th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Science which will take place in Seattle (USA) from 19th to 24th of February 2018. The team will give a talk about “Digital Technologies and Forensic Archaeology: Reflections on the Experiences of the Committee of Missing Persons in Cyprus” (p. 137 of the Conference Proceedings).
The Digital Forensic Project will present a study concerning “A LOW-COST PANORAMIC CAMERA FOR THE 3D DOCUMENTATION OF CONTAMINATED CRIME SCENES” at the LowCost3D Conferencewhich will take place on the 28 and 29 of November 2017 in Hamburg.
The Digital Forensic Archaeology team performed Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) surveys in Cyprus for the location of graves belonging to the 1963 and 1974 armed conflict events. The Activity was run in collaboration with the Committee of Missing Person in Cyprus and with the technological support of the Science and Technology in Archaeology Research Centre of The Cyprus Institute.
A team from the Digital Forensic Project completed a ten-day survey in Rohatyn, Ukraine aimed at locating Holocaust-era mass graves. More
Dig For Arch Team joined the I-ACCESS Project during the Treblinka Extermination Camp Survey for GPR and Image Based Modeling Documentation.
Digital Forensic Archaeology Team joined Advanced Laser Imaging (ALI) for a demo concerning Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) technology in collaboration with British Transport Police (BTP) in London.
Dig For Arch Project was announced winner of the Innovative Digital Applications Award category at the O2 NextGen Digital Challenge Awards held. More
Digital Forensic Archaeology Features on Crimewatch