20-23 May 2000
- Michael Ashley-Lopez is a graduate researcher at the University
of California, Berkeley and a member of the Berkeley Archaeologists at
Çatalhöyük (BACH) team. He is an archaeological photographer
with interests in vision sciences and technologies.
- Paulo Bernardes is a researcher at the Universidade do Minho,
Portugal. His current study includes visualization of the ancient Roman
city of Braga.
- Edward Hudson is a computer animator and artist for New World
Computing, a division of the 3DO Company. His interests include graphic
arts, photography, and a passion for anthropology and archaeology.
- Rebecca Christel is an illustrator and animator for New World
Computing, a division of the 3DO Company. Her background includes extensive
work in computer art and technical illustration for museum and educational
- Erica Johnson is Program Director for ACM SIGGRAPH at the ACM
Headquarters in New York.
- Marc Levoy is an associate professor of computer science at
Stanford University. His specialities include computer visualization, pioneering
work in volume rendering, and leadership of the Digital Michelangelo Project.
- Paul Debevec is a graphics researcher with the Institute for
Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California. His interests
include image-based rendering and modeling techniques for reconstructions.
- John Fujii is a graphics software engineer with the Hewlett-Packard
Company specializing in realistic and interactive visualization technologies.
His past work included archaeological reconstructions of the Cluny Cathedral
- Stuart Jeffrey is an archaeologist with the University of Glasgow.
His research includes the study of Scottish early medieval sculptured stone
monuments and visualization techniques for capture and study of these artifacts
in their original contexts.
- Kevin Mitchell is a visualization researcher at DERA Farnborough.
His specialities include physically accurate lighting, color, and pigment
simulation for visualizations.
- David Arnold is a professor of computing sciences at the University
of East Anglia. His graphics interests include European Union Virtual Heritage
projects, EuroGraphics, and ACM SIGGRAPH.
- Colleen Cleary is a project manager with the Orange County Sheriff's
Office, Florida. She has studied and participated in numerous archaeological
projects and her interests include using CG techniques for non-invasive
visualizations of archaeological surveys.
- Tom Brown is a researcher at Argonne National Labs. His background
includes both sculpture and research at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory
(EVL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Donald Sanders is President of Learning Sites, Inc., an educational
and research-based software firm that specializes in visualizations of
archaeological site reconstructions. His background includes architecture,
architectural history, and archaeology.
- Philippe Martinez is an archaeologist with the Ecole Normale
Superieure. His specialities include Egyptology and computer reconstructions
of architectures and objects through visualization techniques.
- Charles Hixon is founder and administrator of Bergmann Associates
Visualization. His interests include high-end 3D visualizations and animations
for archaeological reconstructions.
- Duncan Brown is an archaeologist with Southampton City Heritage.
His specialties include research and study of medieval ceramics.
- Anne Solomon is an archaeologist with the Natal Museum, South
Africa. Her specialties include South African San rock art and related
aspects of the Late Stone Age; her interests include theory and interdisciplinary
studies of art and culture.
- Luis Fonseca is a researcher at the Universidade do Minho, Portugal.
His current study includes visualization of the ancient Roman city of Braga.
- Alonzo Addison is Director of the Center for Design Visualization
at the University of California, Berkeley. His current work includes 3D
laser capture / reconstruction projects and an advisory role with the World
Heritage Centre in Paris.
- George Drettakis is a graphics researcher with the Institut
d'Informatique et Mathematiques Appliquees (iMAGIS-INRIA). His interests
include photorealistic rendering and archaeology.
- Michael Papka is a researcher at Argonne National Laboratory's
Futures Laboratory. He is also a Fellow of the University of Chicago's
Computation Institute and interested in large-scale remote field site visualization.
- Alyn Rockwood is a visiting researcher at the Mitsubishi Electric
Research Laboratory in Boston. His research includes computer modeling
and rendering technologies; his many interests include a broad spectrum
of human history.
- Ruth Tringham is a professor of anthropology with the Archaeological
Research Facility at the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently
the director of the Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük
- Jerry Moore is an archaeologist with the California State University,
Dominguez Hills. His interests include ancient Peruvian architectures and
investigating the potentials for the use of virtual reality in understanding
- Kevin Cain is with the Academy of Art College in San Francisco
and is Director of the Egyption Cultural Heritage Organization (ECHO).
He works with archaeologists and researchers on projects of 3D visualization
and site documentation.
- Alan Chalmers is a senior lecturer in computer science at the
University of Bristol. His specialties include photorealistic graphics
and visualizations of archaeological site reconstructions.
Shirley is an associate professor of computer science at the University
of Utah. His specialties include advanced rendering and simulation.