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Benefits of technological tools for Cross-Border Archeology in Europe - A case study from the first European Joint Doctorate in Archeological Sciences

Education and Culture
Date: Tuesday, 20 March 2018 13:00

Venue: European Parliament, Altiero Spinelli building (ASP), room A1H1 (1st floor)  |  City: Ixelles, Belgium

The ‘Benefits of Technological Tools for Cross-Border Archaeology in Europe’ event will examine the impact of UK-led research on European Archaeology, from both the perspective of the University sector as well as on the wider Archaeology community. The event will be held at 2PM on Tuesday 20th March 2018 in the European Parliament (Room A1H1) in Brussels. The event is organised by the White Rose Brussels on behalf of the University of York and is hosted by John Procter, MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber.

The keynote speaker is Prof. Matthew Collins from the University of York who is the Principal Investigator of ArchSci2020, a Horizon 2020 funded European Joint Doctorate (EJD). Prof. Collins will give a short presentation on cross-border archaeological sciences research and how they are using the latest bioscience technologies to answer archaeological questions. There will also be a representative from the DG Education and Culture of the European Commission speaking (tbc), as well as other Brussels stakeholders.

Schedule

13:00 - Light Lunch in the European Parliament

14:00 - Welcome speech by Phil Holliday - European Public Affairs Director, White Rose Brussels Office

 

Followed by:

Opening Address by Prof. Matthew Collins, University of York

Speech by Prof. Peter Jordan, University of Groningen

Speech by Özge Demirci, ArchSci2020 PhD student

Speech by a representative of the European Commission (tbc)

 

15:10 - Discussion and questions from the audience

15:50 - Final words by John Procter MEP

 

Please Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/benefits-of-technological-tools-for-cross-border-archeology-in-europe-tickets-42087910072

 

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  • Tuesday, 20 March 2018 13:00

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