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- The Symposium is scheduled to be held on March 20-22, 2013 in Wrocław (South-West Poland). It aims to foster interaction among all concerned academicians, practitioners and researchers from different disciplines working on underwater sciences and research.



 

7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON UNDERWATER RESEARCH

(20-22 MARCH 2013) WROCŁAWPOLAND

 

 

The Symposium is scheduled to be held on March 20-22, 2013 in Wrocław (South-West Poland). It aims to foster interaction among all concerned academicians, practitioners and researchers from different disciplines working on underwater sciences and research. Furthermore, it is anticipated to provide a platform for exchange of scientific and technical information and experiences among participants.

The localization of the symposium will be in Poland in the centre of Europe. This location will help to exchange the experiences between the participants from the Mediterranean, Baltic and North Seas regions. The participants are working in the rivers and lakes are welcome too.

 

 

The main thematic areas and topics of symposium are as follows:

 

1. History of the underwater archaeology and research;

2. Underwater and maritime archaeology;

3. Shipbuilding and ship constructions;

4. Museology and conservation of the underwater heritage;

5. Communication and media studies (education and careers in underwater technology, underwater documentation, etc.);

6. Photography (photography and visualization at underwater research, image interpretation, etc.);

7. Ecology and environment (coral reefs, artificial reefs, marine pollution, etc.);

8. Geology and earth sciences (costal zone management, underwater marine mapping, navigation, etc.);

9. International and local law systems of protection the cultural and natural underwater heritage;

10. Technology (development in diving technology, equipments, undersea vehicles, etc.);

11. Medicine and first aid (diving safety, first aid, diving physiology, etc.);

12. Living resources (underwater visual census, behavior of organisms, etc.);

13. Engineering (platform and marine systems design, construction, installation, etc.);

14. Tourism (commercial diving, underwater games, recreation, ecotourism, tourist submersibles, marine aquariums, etc.);

 

 

 

Organizers:

 

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of Polish Academy of Sciences, Centre for Late Antique and Early Medieval Studies in Wrocław, 

 

General Association of Mediterranean Archaeology (GAMA)

 

Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies University of Wrocław


Institute of History University of Wrocław

 

Supporter:

 

Divers Alert Network (DAN Europe)

 

Application:

 

Application for lectures and poster presentation on the main topics are highly appreciated. The paper presentation time is limited to 20 minutes.

Please send  your abstract in English (up to 250 words) to:

Dr. Błażej Stanisławski (st-wski@wp.pl) and Dr. Hakan Oniz  (hakan.oniz@gmail.com)

Deadline for application: February 15, 2013.

The registration fee for speakers and authors is 50 € (for each) until 1 February 2013, rising to 70 € after 1 February 2013.

Symposium languages for the presentations are English and Russian. Symposium language for the publishing to the abstracts and proceeding book is English.

Proceedings of the symposium will be published in Poland.

 

Scientific Committee:

 

Prof. Dr. Andrzej Buko

Prof. Dr. Wojciech Chudziak

Prof. Dr. Andrzej Pydyn

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Adil Tırpan

Prof. Dr. Pietro Militello

Prof. Dr. Asuman Baldıran

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Murat Egi

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Ertekin Doksanaltı

Dr. Sergey Fazlulin

Dr. Błażej Stanisławski

Dr. Hakan Oniz

Dr. Burak Ali Cicek

Dr. Michele Stefanie

Dr. Bulent Gozcelioglu

 

Organizing Committee:

 

Prof. Dr. Sławomir Moździoch

Prof. Dr. Gościwit Malinowski

Dr. Błażej Stanisławski (Head of the Committee)

Dr. Hakan Oniz (Head of the Committee)

Dr. Burak Ali Cicek (Head of the Committee)

Dr. Michele Stefanie

Milorad Duknic

Karolina Trusz

Ceyda Oztosun

 

Place:

 

The Organizing Committee cordially invite you to come to Wroclaw – the captivating city in the South-West Poland, the centre of science and culture. More information about the city at www.wroclaw.pl (in English, Russian, Italian, Spanish, German and French).   

The place of the symposium will be the building of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences (Więzienna St. 6) and the conferences hall of Wroclaw University – both situated in the Old City of Wroslaw.

 

How to come? :

 

By car: The highway E 40 (A4)

 

By train: The connections with Warsaw, Dresden, Berlin, Hamburg, Kiev, Lviv and via Warsaw with Moscow, more international and local connections of Polish railway at www.pkp.pl (in English, Russian and German)

 

By plane: Air port Wroclaw (www.airport.wroclaw.pl) – the connections (with cheap air lines: Wizzair and Ryanair, and LOT, Lufthansa and Qatar Airlines) with Warsaw and Germany, England, Greece, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and charter airlines with Turkey, Greece, Italy and Spain;  and many air connections via air ports in Warsaw, Poznan, Katowice and Kraków

 

Accommodation:

 

Wroclaw is offering the different kinds of accommodation. More information at www.booking.com/city/pl/wroclaw.pl

 

Contact:

 

Dr. Błażej Stanisławski, Institute of Archaeology Polish Academy of Sciences, Więzienna St. 6, 50-118 Wrocław, Poland

Tel. +48 71 344 16 08,  Fax +48 71 344 33 52

 

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7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON UNDERWATER RESEARCH

20-22.03.2013 WROCŁAW (POLAND)

PROGRAMME

1st DAY: WEDNESDAY 20 March

09:00 – Registration

10:00 – Opening Session

Welcome by prof. Gościwit Malinowski

(Head of Institute of Classical, Mediterranean

and Oriental Studies University of Wrocław)

Welcome by prof. Sławomir Moździoch

(Head of Wrocław Department of Institute

of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy

of Sciences)

Welcome by prof. Ahmet Adil Tirpan

(Head of Department of Archaeology

Selcuk University in Konya - Turkey)

Welcome by dr. Murat Egi

(Divers Alert Network Europe)

Welcome by dr. Sergey Fazlullin

(Institute of Oceanology Russian Academy

of Sciences)

Welcome by dr. Hakan Oniz

(Department of Archaeology Selcuk University, Konya,

Coordinator of UNESCO Underwater Archaeology

Unitwin Network

10:30 - Special lecture by Nihal Tirpan –

vice-director of Museum of Anatolian Civilizations,

Ankara

Session 1:

Chair: Hakan Oniz

11:20 - Hayat Erkanal (Ankara) - Limantepe Underwater Excavation

11:40 - Michele Stefanile (Napoli) - The project PILAE, for an inventory of the submerged

Roman piers. A preliminary overview

12:00 - Dmitry Pospelov (Tula), Natalia Melnikova (Tula) - Underwater-archaeological

works on localization of the antique lighthouse of the Tarkhankut Cape (the Crimea,

Ukraine)

12:20 - Discussion

12:40 - Coffee

Session 2:

Chair: Tomasz Herbich

13:00 - Ahmet Adil Tirpan (Konya) - Underwater Archaeology in Turkey

13:20 - Wojciech Kowalski (Warsaw) - Legal framework of the protection of underwater

heritage

13:40 - Viktor Sychev (Moscow), Sergey Fazlullin (Moscow), Svetlana Dunchevskaya

(Moscow) - Potential objects of the underwater archaeology in Eastern Europe

14:00 - Discussion

14:30-16:00 - Lunch break

Session 3:

Chair: Dmitry Pospelov

16:00 - George Indruszewski (Roskilde) - The ship graveyard from Roskilde Fjord: a

sunken history of Northern European Shipbuilding Technology from the High

Middle Ages'

16:20 - Asuman Baldiran (Konya) - A settlement at the coast of Sugla lake: Yalihoyuk

16:40 - Sergey Olkhovskiy (Moscow) - Using the photogrammetry for research of

Phanagorian shipwreck

17:00 - Discussion

17:20 - Coffee

Session 4:

Chair: Ahmed Adil Tirpan

17:40 - Hakan Oniz (Konya) - Ancient Harbours and Anchorages of Antalya

18:00 - Magdalena Nowakowska (Warsaw), Viacheslav Gerasimov (Kiev) - ‘Crimea

Project - Underwater Expedition’: From the Cape Aju-Dah until Mys Plaka. First

results of underwater research in the years 2008-2011

18:20 - Ewa Owczarek (Toruń) - Olbia 2011: Archaeological research on the submerged

part of ancient city

18:40 - Bulent Gozcelioglu (Ankara) - Contribution to the knowledge of the Demospongiae

(Porifera) fauna of Turkey

19:00 - Discussion

20:00 - Dinner

2nd DAY: THURSDAY 21 March

Session 5:

Chair: George Indruszewski

09:00 - Viktor Sychev (Moscow), Sergey Fazlullin (Moscow) - Underwater hydro acoustic

navigation systems for the underwater archaeology

09:20 - Murat Egi (Istanbul), Tamer Ozyigit (Istanbul) - Development of a wireless dive

computer - mobile phone interface to relay profile information to diving databases

09:40 - Adam Szynkiewicz (Wrocław) - Ground penetrating radar (GPR) for shallow

underwater archaeological investigation

10:00 - Discussion

10:20 - Coffee

Session 6:

Chair: Andrzej Pydyn

10:40 - Jean Piere Imbert (France), Murat Egi (Istanbul) – Non extensive Approach to

Thermodynamics: Application to Micro-Bubbles. Modeling in Decompression

11:00 - Kamran Kamaei (Famagusta) - Computer technology on underwater detection

devices

11:20 - Aleksey Tarasov (Moscow), Pavel Groznodumov (Moscow), Sergey Fazlullin

(Moscow) - The conservation of large constructions of waterlogged archeological

wood

11:40 - Discussion

12:00 - Coffee

Session 7:

Chair: Asuman Baldiran

12:20 - Igor Drankevich (S. Petersburg) - Archaeological Park as an object of the

recreation area on the example of designing of the eco – archaeological park

«Onega Petroglyphs»

12:40 - Salvatore Agizza (Salerno) - A project proposal for the construction of underwater

archaeological nature routes into the Protected Marine Area of Santa Maria di

Castellabate

13:00 - Sergey Fazlullin (Moscow), Kira Fazlullina (Moscow) - "Chernomor" Underwater

Park Project

13:20 - Discussion

14:00-15:30 – Lunch break

Session 8:

Chair: Sergey Fazlullin

15:30 - Andrzej Pydyn (Toruń) - Early Iron Age lakeside dwellings from central-western

Poland

15:50 - Murat Egi (Istanbul), Costantino Balestra (Brussels), Mirac Memisoglu (Istanbul),

Nicola Donda (Trieste) - The use of Flicker Fusion Frequency for Adjusting

the Conservatism of a Dive Computer

16:10 - Mateusz Popek (Toruń), Paweł Stencel (Toruń) - Shallow water archaeology –

example of Lake Długie

16:30 - Oktay Dumankaya (Konya) - The dock of Koyunbaba ancient stone quarry - Mugla

16:50 - Discussion

17:10 - Coffee

Session 9:

Chair: Sławomir Moździoch

17:30 - Kazimierz Grążawski (Olsztyn) - Underwater verifying investigations in the zone of

Brodnica Lakes in Northern Poland

17:50 - Krzysztof Radka (Toruń) - Bridges of Ostrów Lednicki

18:10 - Dmitry Pospelov, Natalia Melnikova - The underwater-archaeological project “The

Great Rivers of Russia”

18:30 - Małgorzata Mileszczyk (Warsaw) - West Baltic Barrow Culture Lake Dwelling

from Rybno, Piłakno Lake - the Optimistic Approach

18:50 - Discusion

19:10 - Hakan Oniz and Sławomir Moździoch - Closing remarks

20:00 – Closing Dinner

3rd day: FRIDAY 22 March

Excursion

SYMPOSIUM ADDRESS:

Office:

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences

Więzienna Str. 6, 50-118 Wrocław

Sessions:

Historical Institute University of Wrocław

Szewska Str. 49, 50-139 Wrocław

Organizers:

Dr. Hakan Oniz – Department of Archaeology Selcuk University, Konya/Turkey;

Coordinator of UNESCO Underwater Archaeology Unitwin Network

Dr. Błażej Stanisławski – Centre for Late Antique and Early Medieval Studies Institute

of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław/Poland

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences

Centre for Late Antique and Early Medieval Studies in Wrocław

General Association of Mediterranean Archaeology (GAMA)

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