The Centre of Archaeology has welcomed a new member of staff this month.
Dante Abate has been appointed as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow to work on the “Digital Forensic Archaeology Project (Dig-For-Arch)”. Over the last decade, Dante’s research activity and practice has focused on applying 3D modelling techniques in the field of humanities and cultural heritage.
The Dig-For-Arch project focuses on the development and application of novel digital recording methods and 5D, 4D and 3D modelling techniques for use by forensic archaeologists and crime scene investigators. Dante will work with Dr Caroline Sturdy Colls and an number of international partners on the project, which will run for two years.