Dr.

Seta Štuhec

E-Mail
seta.stuhec(at)oeaw.ac.at

...earned her PhD in archaeology at the University of Ljubljana in 2019. Her research focused on the use of image-based 3D models as tools for archaeological analysis and interpretation. She examined if these digital surface models offer an – as always assumed – added value in terms of archaeological knowledge gaining. This hypothesis was tested on shepherd shelters built in the dry-stone technique during the 19th and beginning of 20th century in the Kras region (Slovenia).

Over the last years, she worked on several archaeological 3D documentation projects. At the same time, she developed an interest in data management and curation while working on the go!digital Digitizing Early Farming Cultures project (DEFC) at the Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology (OREA), and on the Interreg Iron-Age-Danube project at the University of Vienna. In the framework of both projects, she was involved in creating the corresponding databases and vocabularies.

At the ACDH-CH, she is responsible for data curation for ARCHE – A Resource Centre for Humanities Related Research in Austria.


Publications (Before ACDH)

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Štuhec, S., G. J. Verhoeven, I. Štuhec 2019, Modelling building costs from 3D building models: Estimating the construction effort from image-based surface models of dry-stone shepherd shelters (Kras, Slovenia). ISPRS International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences XLII-2/W9, pp. 691–698.


Štuhec, S., U. Košir 2019, Digitising the Great War in 3D: The remains of the Soča Front, Slovenia. – In: Košir, U., M. Črešnar, D. Mlekuž (Eds.), Rediscovering the Great War: Archaeology and enduring legacies on the Soča and Eastern fronts. – Material culture and modern conflict. New York: Routledge, pp. 43–62.


Štuhec, S. 2017, 3D digital recording: basics. In: J. Zachar, M. Horňák, P. Novaković (eds.) 3D digital recording of archaeological, architectural and artistic heritage. CONPRA Series, Vol. I. University of Ljubljana Press, Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana, pp. 15-21.


Štuhec, S., J. Zachar 2017, Digital photorammetry. In: J. Zachar, M. Horňák, P. Novaković (eds.) 3D digital recording of archaeological, architectural and artistic heritage. CONPRA Series, Vol. I. University of Ljubljana Press, Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana, pp. 33-52.


Štuhec, S., E. Aspöck, A. Masur, P. Andorfer, K. Zaytseva 2016, Putting 3D models into context – the Schachermeyr pottery collection and the DEFC app. – In: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Archaeology, Computer Graphics, Cultural Heritage and Innovation ‘ARQUEOLÓGICA 2.0’, 5. – 7. Sept. 2016, Valencia, Spain.


Verhoeven, G., N. Doneus, M. Doneus, S. Štuhec 2015, From Pixel to Mesh – Accurate and Straightforward 3D Documentation of Cultural Heritage from Cres/Lošinj Archipelago. – In: Ettinger Starčić, Z., Tončinić, D. (Eds.), Conference proceedings of Istraživanja na otocima. HAD, Zagreb, pp. 165–176.


Štular, B., S. Štuhec 2015, 3D Archaeology, Early Medieval Earrings from Kranj. Založba ZRC, Ljubljana.


Verhoeven, G., W. Karel, S. Štuhec, M. Doneus, I. Trink, N. Pfeiffer 2015, Mind your gray tones – examining the influence of decolourization methods on IP extraction and matching for architectural image-based modelling. – In:  González-Aguilera et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of 3D-Arch 2015, 307–314.


Zachar, J., S. Štuhec 2015, Old versus new - introducing image-based 3D modelling into the general documentation workflow of archaeological rescue excavations. Case studies: the Čachtice and Bratislava castles, Slovakia. – In: F. Giligny, F. Djindjian, L. Costa, P. Moscati, S. Robert (eds.), CAA 2014 – 21st Century Archaeology. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Oxford 2015, 529–540.


Štuhec, S. 2014, Tridimenzionalno dokumentiranje suhozidne arhitekture Krasa in Istre / Three-dimensional documentation of dry-stone architecture in Kras and Istria. Arheo 31, 2014, 49–68.


Štuhec, S. 2014, 3D Dokumentacija arheoloških predmetov. – In: P. Novaković, I. Pandžić, Z. Mileusnić (Eds.), Radovi sa konferencije i radionica projekta BIHERIT. Banja Luka (27. 2. 2014), Tuzla (8. 5. 2014), Sarajevo (2.-3.7. 2014). Ljubljana: Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete v Ljubljani, 2014, 117–125.


Štuhec, S. 2012, Dvoinpoldimenzionalno in tridimenzionalno upodabljanje artefaktov. Arheo 29, 2012, 87–98.