International Summer School in Paphos: AuAr 2023

The International Summer School “Augmented Archaeology. Archaeological research projects and modern science” (AuAr 2023) invites applicants for the course which will take place in Paphos (Cyprus) this September.

The AuAr 2023 is organized by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, and partners from the “MA-P Maloutena and Agora in the layout of Paphos: modelling the cityscape of the Hellenistic and Roman capital of Cyprus”, i.e. the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, in cooperation with the University of Hamburg, Institute of Classical Archaeology.

The course combines formal lectures given at the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology Research Centre in Cyprus in Paphos with field practice in excavations and non-invasive prospection. All field workshops will be conducted in the Nea Paphos Archaeological Park. The AuAr 2023 classes cover topics such as: project funding and building a research team, coordinating fieldwork of an interdisciplinary team, non-invasive geophysical surveys, application of remote sensing and photogrammetric data, data management plans, including spatial data (GIS and WebGIS).

Participation in AuAR 2023 is free of charge.

Participants have to cover travel costs, accommodation & travel insurance. There is a possibility to stay at the PCMA Research Centre in Paphos without a fee. The AuAr 2023 is funded by the  University of Warsaw program “Excellence Initiative – Research University (2020–2026)” Priority Research Area IV, “The Humanities: Crossing Borders, Extending Capabilities”.

Details on the program, eligibility and registration can be found on the AuAr 2023 webpage.