In the framework of the FP7 Marie Curie – People IAPP project Radio-Past, the transfer of knowledge to and the training of young researchers and students in a wide array of non-destructive approaches to complex archaeological sites is an important part of the four year programme (2009 to 2013).
Over the years, the project partners have not only presented the results of their innovative work at a series of conferences, workshops and exhibitions, but successfully conducted two high-Specialization Fora at the Open Lab in Ammaia (Portugal):
1st Specialization Forum (2010) on more traditional approaches to urban survey and a wide range of remote sensing techniques and GIS integrated data processing.
2nd Specialization Forum (2011) on geophysical and geomorphological survey of complex archaeological sites.
The 3rd Specialization Forum will take place from July 2 to 7, 2012, in Hainburg/Austria and focuses on data interpretation and virtual reconstruction.
Under the sub-section posts, we divulge information on other thematically related formation courses.