Henry Fuchs (PhD, University of Utah, 1975) is the Federico Gil Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is one of three co-directors (together with Nadia Thalmann and Markus Gross) of the BeingThere International Research Center in Telepresence, collaboration between ETH Zurich, NTU Singapore, and UNC Chapel Hill.
Frank M.R. Vermeulen is Full Professor in Roman archaeology and archaeological methodology at Ghent University, Belgium. In his research two major themes dominate: the archaeology of ancient Mediterranean landscapes and Roman rural and urban settlement history. He has a special interest in developing and using non-destructive survey techniques, geo-archaeological survey and IT applications. He directed large field research in Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Corsica and Portugal and co-coordinated the European project “Radiography of the Past”.
Wolfgang Neubauer is employed as Professor at the University of Vienna; researching at the interdisciplinary research platform VIAS and teaching at the Department of Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology. He is currently executive director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology.
William (Fred) Limp is the Leica Geosystems Chair and University Professor in the Department of Geoscience and the Environmental Dynamics Program at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Limp is the immediate past-president of the Society for American Archaeology. He has worked for more than three decades in the specialized arena of geospatial and geomatics applications to archaeology and world heritage.