ArchaeoTrack

ArchaeoTrack

ArchaeoTrack aims at developing a survey prototype and to setting up a methodology for the archaeological prospections prior to civil works, and at realizing a didactical platform to both transfer the technological contents and promote the concept of a diffuse virtual museum. The innovation relies on the development of both the survey prototype and the geophysical-based method for reconstructing the hypogeal elements, and on the integration of safeguard and valorization of the heritage during the archaeological surveys.
Italy


ArchaeoTrack

A. Benedetto, F. Bella, F. Benedetto, A. Calvi, F. D’Amico, L. Bianchini Ciampoli, M.G. Brancadoro, S. Cera

The research group proposing the project ArchaeoTrack operates in the Department of Engineering of the University of Roma Tre. More specifically, it belongs to the Civil Engineering Section, even though it frequently relates with other sections from the same Department, such as Electronic Engineering or Computer Science. In such a framework, the Group focuses since more than 20 years into the specific field on non-destructive technologies, where it developed a significant research contribution at the international level. In Italy, the group has applied, by first, the ground penetrating radar to the survey of transport infrastructures. Moreover, it has settled a key role in the field, as witnessed by the recent achievement of European fundings for the realization of a network of research excellences and companies within the COST Programme (Action TU1208 Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar).


Stand C10 (pav. 5) - UniversitĂ  degli Studi Roma Tre

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