SUNRISE - Seashore and UNderwater documentation of aRchaeological herItage palimpSests and Environment
The call for participants for the SUNRISE (Seashore and UNderwater documentation of aRchaeological herItage palimpSests and Environment) summer school is now open. The SUNRISE summer school will involve international students and professional surveyors for the documentation of an archaeological site and the surrounding environment with several geomatics techniques.
The main objective is to provide the participants with a general overview of the state of the art of the different geomatics techniques that can be used for the documentation of both the Cultural Heritage (emerged and submerged) and the environment in which it is located, constituting the coastal heritage. The summer school activities will foresee both interactive lectures, fieldwork activities, data processing and interpretation with the involved participants. They will be divided into working groups on the basis of their background; each group will work on a specific topic during the week of the summer school starting from the data acquisition and processing, toward their use for different purposes.
For more info visit the SUNRISE Summer School webiste.