ArcheoFOSS 2021
About us

Scientific committee

  • Julian Bogdani, Sapienza University of Rome
    julian.bogdani@uniroma1.it
    • Researcher of Archaeological Research Methodologies at Sapienza University of Rome
    • Project Team Member of the ERC Advanced (2015) Project ‘PAThs’: Tracking Papyrus and Parchment Paths An Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature, the most important open data portal dedicated to the history and archaeology of late ancient and medieval Egypt
    • Director of QGIS Laboratory for Archaeology at Sapienza University of Rome
    • BraDypUS client-side database developer
  • Paola Buzi, Sapienza University of Rome
    paola.buzi@uniroma1.it
    • Full Professor of Egyptology and Coptic Civilization at Sapienza University of Rome
    • Honorary Professor of Egyptology at Hamburg University
    • PI of the ERC Advanced (2015) Project ‘PAThs’: Tracking Papyrus and Parchment Paths An Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature, the most important open data portal dedicated to the history and archaeology of late ancient and medieval Egypt
  • Elena Calandra, MiBACT. Rome
    ic-archeo@beniculturali.it
    • MiBACT, Director of Service II
    • Excavations and Protection of the Archaeological Heritage, Directorate General for Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape
    • Director ad interim of the Central Institute for Archaeology
  • Stefano Costa, MiBACT. Rome
    stefano.costa@beniculturali.it
    • Archaeologist Officer for the provinces of Imperia and Savona, SABAP. Genova
    • Co-founder of ArcheoFOSS movement
  • Emanuel Demetrescu, CNR. Rome
    emanuel.demetrescu@cnr.it
    • CNR, Researcher
    • CNR-ITABC, Fellowship Researcher
    • 3D reality-based and source-based modeling specialist
  • Benjamin Ducke, DAI. Berlin
    benjamin.ducke@dainst.de
    • Director of the Department of Information Technology
    • German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Berlin Headquarters
    • Responsible for the development and implementation of Open Source software for archaeology and the research infrastructure of the Institute (iDAI.world).
    • His areas of interest are spatial and statistical analysis, geographical information systems, spatial data infrastructures, remote sensing, 3D modelling, sensor data, predictive models in the archaeological field.
  • Gabriele Gattiglia, University of Pisa
    gabriele.gattiglia@unipi.it
    • Researcher of Archaeological Research Methodologies at the University of Pisa
    • ArchAIDE Project Coordinator
    • Deputy director of the MAPPA project
  • Saverio Giulio Malatesta, DigiLab, Sapienza University of Rome
    saveriogiulio.malatesta@uniroma1.it
    • Archeo&Arte 3D Lab, Project Manager
    • DTC Lazio, Collaborator: Project Manager
    • DecArch, Vice President
  • Anna Marras, University of Turin
    am.marras@gmail.com
    • University of Turin
    • AVICOM Board
    • Coordinator of the ICOM Digital Technologies Commission Italy
    • Vice-President of the Torino+ Accessible Culture Association
  • Paola Moscati, CNR. Rome
    paola.moscati@cnr.it
    • CNR, Research Manager at ISPC
    • Since 1990 he has directed the magazine “Archaeology and Calculators”.
    • Founding member of the International Academy of Humanities Computing and Digital Humanities
    • Scientific director of the international research project “The history of archaeological informatics”, conducted in agreement with the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
    • She has supported the ArcheoFOSS conference since its inception, hosting the Proceedings of numerous editions in the journal “Archeology and Calculators”.
  • Augusto Palombini, CNR ITABC. Rome
    augusto.palombini@itabc.cnr.it
    • CNR, Researcher
    • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Expert

Organizing committee

  • Domizia D’Erasmo, Sapienza University of Rome
  • Cristina Gonzalez Esteban, University of Southampton
  • Mirco Modolo, Archivio Centrale dello Stato
  • Paolo Rosati, Sapienza University of Rome
  • Matteo Serpetti, S3. Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Livia Tirabassi, Gent University