• PCMA project at European Research & Innovation Days

    As part of the European Research and Innovation Days, Dr Tomomi Fushiya from PCMA will take part in a panel discussion organized by the European Research Council (ERC). It will represent the project „Umma – the community of a Medieval African capital city” financed by the ERC grant. The PI of this project, Dr hab. […]

  • Limes Congress 2024 in Batumi co-organized by the University of Warsaw

    The University of Warsaw, together with the Cultural Heritage Preservation Agency of Ajara (Georgia), will organize Limes Congress 2024 in Batumi. The Limes Congress is the largest and most prestigious scientific event dedicated to research on the borders of the Roman Empire. It has more than 70 years of tradition and bringing together researchers from around […]

  • A CRAC grant for Łukasz Rutkowski

    The University of Warsaw’s Center for Research on Ancient Civilizations (CRAC) has awarded its Small Grants VII. Among the winning projects is one submitted by Dr. Łukasz Rutkowski from the PCMA UW. His project Ceramic vessels from an Umm an-Nar tomb in Oman (the ancient land of Magan) received funding of PLN 8875 under IDUB […]

  • Public’s Choice Award for Artur Obłuski’s project

    Artur Obłuski’s project received a special mention following an online vote for the the European Research Council’s Public Engagement with Research Award. The project “NAFEER, Working together for the sustainable, heritage-based and community embedded development of Sudan” gained 1301 of 5200 votes. Assist. Prof. Artur Obłuski, head of the UMMA project financed with an ERC […]

  • Funding from the Mentor Program for a study visit of Professor Martina Seifert

    A University of Warsaw “Initiative for Excellence – Research University” (IDUB) grant was awarded to a project by Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka, Dr. Łukasz Miszk and Paweł Lech of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW. They invited Professor Martina Seifert of the University of Hamburg for a study visit under the Mentor Program. Prof. Seifert […]

  • PCMA UW inspires European researchers

    Vote for the project “Engaging local community in Sudan to promote archaeological heritage” in the public vote: https://pollunit.com/polls/lhcrptmbiaac9v6i3tobjq?embed=1 Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Innovative approach to archaeological research of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW appreciated by the European Research Council. Artur Obłuski, head of the ERC Starting Grant UMMA project implemented at the Polish Centre […]

  • IDUB grant for Open Access to an article by Iwona Zych

    Another PCMA UW researcher was awarded a grant from the University of Warsaw program “Excellence Initiative – Research University” (IDUB). Iwona Zych received financing for Open Access publication of her article in the “Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports” published by Elsevier. These grants are awarded for supporting publications in the open access model by University […]

  • “Little Archaeo-Oriental Studies” grant for research on Fatimid gates

    The second edition of the “Archaeo-Oriental Studies” competition for research projects combining  Oriental Studies and archaeology has been resolved. The grant has been awarded for the project “The symbolism of Fatimid gates”; the P.I. is Dr. Magdalena Pinker (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw), and the archaeological work will be undertaken by Dr. Mariusz […]

  • President Andrzej Duda decorates the director of PCMA UW Research Centre in Cairo

    During an official visit to Egypt, the Polish Presidential Couple met with the Polish community in Cairo and with archaeologists from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA UW). President Andrzej Duda thanked them for their commitment to representing Polish science abroad. During the ceremony, representatives of the Polish community […]

  • National Science Center grants Opus 22 and Sonata 17 for PCMA UW projects

    We are happy to report the successes of our researchers: four employees of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw received grants in the recently announced Sonata 17 and Opus 22 competitions of the Polish National Science Center. SONATA 17 Dr Mariusz Gwiazda: “Cultural, demographic and biological profiles of post-Roman (4th-6th […]

  • IDUB grant for researcher from PCMA UW

    Dr Piotr Zakrzewski has been awarded a micro-grant from the University of Warsaw program “Initiative for Excellence – Research University” (IDUB). He will attend the XXVth Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (LIMES Congress) in Nijmegen on 21st-27th August 2022. Several PCMA UW scholars have already taken advantage of funding opportunities in this program in 2022. Dr. […]