Danilo Marco Campanaro

Doctoral Student

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Archaeology


I majored in Restoration and Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings with a study addressing the issue of the ruins and the use of 3D visualization and lighting simulation to define new methods for the interpretation and 'virtual restoration' of ancient structures.

As research assistant within the Digital Archaeology Laboratory (DARKLab) I work on digital methods to analyze archaeological sites by means of 3D combined technologies. In specific, in the framework of the Swedish Pompeii Project, I studied novel pipelines to be adopted by conservation specialists in the practice of preservation management in a ‘fully-3D’ GIS environment.

As a doctoral student I am investigating how, in the framework of a materiality-based reassessment of disciplines devoted to things, digitally driven lighting simulation and analysis applied to the study of the entanglements between spatial and social patterns of the Roman house, interacts with the critical process of the archaeological interpretation.

Recent research outputs

Anne-Marie Leander Touati, Thomas Staub, Renée Forsell & Danilo Marco Campanaro, 2018, Forma Urbis, XXII, 12, p. 34-42 8 p.

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