Category: UnderTheSands

Workshop: Recent Advances in Water Management Studies in the Archaeology of Arid Landscapes 

On the 27th and 28th of May, we are hosting a workshop in the context of the MSCA project “UnderTheSands. Ancient irrigation detection and analysis using Advanced remote sensing methods“, lead by postdoctoral fellow Dr. Nazarij Buławka. Abstract: The workshop aims to bring together researchers specialising in archaeology and water management in arid landscapes. Water management…
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Qanats: discovering underground water systems through AI

Today, MSCA postdoctoral fellow Dr. Nazarij Buławka presented in the Tarragona high-school “Pons d’Icart”. The lecture aimed to introduce participants to qanats, sustainable water systems, artificial intelligence in archaeology and to present another point of view of archaeological work, in the context of his MSCA project “UnderTheSands. Ancient irrigation detection and analysis using Advanced remote…
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Open call for papers EAA2024! GIAP co-organises 5 sessions

The call for papers for the EAA Annual Meeting is open! The EAA2024 will take place in Rome, Italy, on the 28-31 August 2024. GIAP (ICAC-CERCA) will co-organise 5 sessions: EXTENDED DEADLINE! 8th 12th of February 2024.Submit your papers here: https://submissions.e-a-a.org/eaa2024/ ABSTRACTS: Title: Machine learning methods in archaeological research: new approaches, barriers and standardization Theme:…
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Call for papers CAA2024! S9: Computational methods to study ancient societies, landscapes and riverine systems straddling Asia and Africa

We are pleased to invite you to contribute to our session in the 51st CAA International conference (CAA2024), which will take place in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland (New Zealand) from 8 – 12 April 2024. The deadline for papers is 19th of October 2023. EXTENDED DEADLINE to 26th October 2023!Submit your paper here: https://2024.caaconference.org/call-for-papers-and-posters-now-open/ S9: Between the…
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Prominent representation of GIAP (ICAC) in the EAA2023!

Yesterday started the 29th EAA Annual Meeting, which is taking place in Belfast (Ireland) from the 30th of August to the 2nd of September. This year’s themes incorporate the diversity and multidimensionality of archaeological practice, including archaeological interpretation, heritage management and politics of the past and present. GIAP (ICAC) has 12 contributions to the conference,…
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Water of life: On the ancient irrigation detection and analysis using advanced remote sensing methods

MSCA postdoctoral fellow Nazarij Buławka is presenting in ICAANE 13 – International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, which is taking place in Copenhagen, from 22 to 26 May of 2023. Session 34. Computational Approaches and Remote Sensing Applications in Desertic Areas  Water of life: On the ancient irrigation detection and analysis using…
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The application of satellite imagery in the landscape archaeology in the Near East 

MSCA postdoctoral fellow Nazarij Buławka was invited yesterday to present on the “Seminar II: Near East Archaeology” of the “Master’s on Bioarchaeology and/or Eastern Mediterranean and Near Eastern Archaeology” at the Faculty of Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (picture by Miron Bogacki for the University of Warsaw): The application of satellite imagery in the…
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Strong presence of GIAP (ICAC) in the CAA2023!

One more year, multiple GIAP (ICAC) researchers will be presenting papers and co-organising a session at 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). Here’s a list of contributions (click to navigate to the abstracts below) Papers: Sessions: Posters: Abstracts: Convolutional…
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Call for papers CAA2023!

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). GIAP (ICAC) researcher Nazarij Buławka is part of the organising team of the session: S06. Stay connected: Developing Mobile GIS for…
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The GIAP team gets bigger! Meet our new MSCA postdoctoral fellows

We are glad to finally be able to welcome our new team members to Tarragona! Three brilliant postdoctoral researchers joined GIAP (ICAC) this September. Skyscapes, religion, plants and ancient irrigation are some of the themes to be investigated by the three successful postdoctoral MSCA fellows.  STAR-AGESS: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Ritual and Ancient Greek Experience of Sacred Spaces (H2020-MSCA-IF-2020-101026674) Efrosyni Boutsikas Dr. Boutsikas is an…
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