Tag: lidar

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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Field Diary: Kicking off the Meranges Campaign!

An international team is conducting a 10-day archaeological campaign in Meranges (Cerdanya, Catalonia), among which we find Coll de Molleres I, the highest Roman site in Catalonia, with the objective of studying its structures, chronology, and the impact of human occupation on the surrounding landscape. Follow all the team updates in our Twitter thread! On…
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Our research makes the headlines in national press!

Last Monday 19th July, La Vanguardia, one of the most read national newspapers in Catalonia and Spain, published an article on remote sensing and artificial intelligence featuring the research of our group. The article focuses on how drone and satellite imagery is radically transforming the detection of sites and other features of archaeological interest, such as scattered surface remains.  For example, it highlights how lidar helped us and our Galician (Miguel Carrero Pazos) and Portuguese (João…
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