University of Vienna (AT) – Research Seminar (June 19, 2023)
S. Campana, Emptyscapes, Archaeological Continuum and landscape stratigraphy: towards a paradigm shift in landscape archaeology
IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, University School for Higher Education and Research, PhD Program in Cultural Systems (April 28, 2023)
S. Campana, Taking stock of the emptyscapes initiative: background design outcomes impact
University of Padua, Corso di Dottorato in storia, critica e conservazione dei beni culturali Scuola di Specializzazione in beni archeologici (March 22, 2023)
S. Campana, Infrastrutture, gestione delle acque, insediamenti, paesaggi agrari e funerari nell’Ager Rusellanus nella longue durée: verso un’archeologia stratigrafica dei paesaggi
University of Siena & Florence (I), Glasgow (UK), Ghent (BE), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) – Seminar (March 9, 2023)
Ipaast-czo-Interoperable Precision Agricultural and Archaeological Sensing Technologies
University of Munich (DE) – Departmental Research Seminar (January 19, 2023)
S. Campana, Mapping Archaeological damage and destruction at Nineveh and Hatra (Iraq): before, during and after the ISIS occupation
University of Durham (UK) – Departmental Research Seminar (November 23, 2022)
S. Campana, Archaeological damage and destruction at Nineveh and Hatra (Iraq): before, during and after the ISIS occupation
University of Manchester (UK) – Archaeology Research Seminar (November 22, 2022)
S. Campana, Remote sensing and ground survey of archaeological damage and destruction of Nineveh during the ISIS occupation
Call for Papers – ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROSPECTION SPECIAL ISSUE
Under-canopy Airborne LiDAR for Archaeological Prospections in the wooded Mediterranean Environment: challenges, best practices and future prospects
Deadline – April 30, 2023
Guest Editors: S. Campana, University of Siena, F. Remondino, Bruno Kessler Foundation, G. Vinci, University of Siena, A. Fontana, University of Padua
University of Rome”La Sapienza”, School for Advanced Studies (Rome, Calasso room, Faculty of Law, October 17, 2022)
Landscape Archaeology: a discussion between new paradigms of Methodology (Maddalena Capoferri and Paolo Carafa)
University of Salento – V Summer School (Lecce, October 17-22, 2022)
“ARES” in Aerial Archaeology and Proximal Sensing by drones: updated schedule is available now!
CAA2023 – CALL FOR PAPERS
We are pleased to invite you to contribute to our session in the CAA2023 (Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology) that will be held from April 3rd to 6th 2023 in Amsterdam (Netherlands).
We warmly welcome all papers related to settlement patterns, landscape archaeology, field surveys, Mobile GIS and team-based collaboration applications in archaeology.
S06. Stay connected: Developing Mobile GIS for team-based collaboration in archaeological research
Session type: other (10-15 min papers + moderated discussion afterwards)
THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THE ABSTRACTS IS SET FOR 17TH OCTOBER 2022
Organisers: Julia M. CHYLA, Adéla SOBOTKOVA, Nazarij BUŁAWKA, Giuseppe Prospero CIRIGLIANO
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September 30, 2022, 16.00-20.00 – BRIGHT-NIGHT la notte dei ricercatori
“Siamo all’Opera! Progetti di studio per la Cattedrale di Siena”.
Starting from 16.00 we will present the research projects focused on the Siena Cathedral. The presentations will be delivered in Siena within the amazing framework of Logge del Papa
Open positions at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Faculty for the Study of Culture, Institute for Digital Cultural Heritage Studies:
Postdoctoral Position on Heritage Data Science (deadline 30, 10, 2022)
Heritage Knowledge Representation and Semantic Web (deadline 30, 10, 2022)
September 24, 2022 – Popolar Italian TV broadcast “Passaggio a Nord Ovest” talk about our activity in Hatra, Iraq
We will meet the archaeologists of the Italian-Iraqi mission that has finally reached the famous archaeological site of Hatra, severely damaged in 2015 by the destructive fury of ISIS terrorists. Three years after the fall of the Islamic caliphate, this mission, made up of Italian and Iraqi archaeologists and architects, aims to recover the great ruins of Hatra, a UNESCO heritage site.