This summer school in 2D/3D documentation for archaeology is offered as part of ARIADNE’s TNA program for researchers.  The school is being held at ISTI-CNR in Pisa, Italy.

The goal of the summer school is to introduce:

(a) the technologies for producing 2D and 3D documentation for archaeological purposes, considering both the small scale (artworks, findings) and the large scale (monuments, sites); and

(b) the methodologies for providing visual access to the data gathered.

The summer school will provide both lessons (presenting introductions to the techniques) and practical hands-on sessions to test and experiment with the technologies. Participants will be divided in small groups in the latter sessions. Individual work will be a primary component of the experience and participants are expected to bring research projects or tasks to be accomplished during the Summer School under the supervision and advice of the tutors, and they will practice on those case studies.

For more information about applying for the summer school and the bursaries that are available see:  2015 TNA call.