Benevento, Italy, October 22-23, 2015
The growing interest of archaeological sciences towards new technologies and analytical techniques, has recently improved the combined use of numerical approach and metrological systems to get more detailed archaeological purpose.
For example, advances in computer sciences, data acquisition and modeling, new spectrometric and analytics techniques and remote sensing have favoured the scientific interaction between those disciplines based on numerical determinations relying on measurement data and archaeological interpretations. The advantages of the multidisciplinary approach have permitted to reduce the level of uncertainty in archaeological studies.
In particular, the Conference will involve researchers and operators interested in the valorisation, characterisation and preservation of archaeological heritage with the main objective of focusing the discussion on the production, interpretation and reliability of the measured data.
Moreover, the meeting is designed to give to the archaeologists community a complete framework of knowledge of the “measurement” of archaeological heritage, generally faced up in different conferences with restricted areas of interest.