On the occasion of the establishment of the Archaeological GIS laboratory, AeGIS Athena at Xanthi, the Institute for Language and Speech Processing of “Athena” Research Center organises the International Workshop Mapping the Past, Plotting the Future. GIS in Archaeology, maturity & implementation, which will take place on 30th of March 2023 and it will be hosted by the British School at Athens.
Through selected case studies which reflect the wide range of substantive applications of spatial concepts in archaeological research, the workshop aims to highlight the dynamics and flexibility of GIS technology as a very important resource for Archaeology but also to discuss the problems of its application in everyday archaeological practice and training.
The workshop is hybrid and open to everyone (field archaeologists, students, researchers, academics, etc.) interested in the methodology and application of GIS in archaeological practice. Participation (physical presence or virtual) to the Workshop is free of charge, but subject to online registration via: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSedSoi8G44Pyyz85Ra5YnuR9TxE2y9bHTV6pUukQ6b6Wb07Uw/viewform
until 15 March 2023.
For more information see http://aegis.athenarc.gr/?page_id=533
When: 30 March @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm EEST