The “Groupe des Méthodes Pluridisciplinaires Contribuant à l´Archéologie” (GMPCA) awards two prizes maximum (*) of €1000 each every two years to the best PhD theses written in French or in English relating to original work in archaeometry, in any of the different scientific fields contributing to archaeology. These prizes (*) are usually given to the winner(s) at the time of the GMPCA´s biennial conference.
The Archéométrie 2015 meeting will take place in Besançon (France) from 27 to 30 April 2015, organized by the “UMR Chrono-Environnement du CNRS-Université de Franche-Comté (UFC)” and the “Laboratoire Métallurgies et Cultures de l’Université de Technologie Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM)”.
This prize is opened to all researchers under 40 years of age who do not hold a full time academic position or a permanent contract. The applicants for the GMPCA prize must have written and defended a thesis in French or in English in a university within the European Union and have been awarded a doctorate between January 1st 2013 and December 31th 2014. Candidates cannot apply twice.
The LSIS and the CCJ laboratories, in collaboration with the MAP laboratory, are launching a joint call for applications for two postdoctoral full time positions (one in Geometric Modeling, Computing & Mathematics and one in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History) to join our research on the development of innovative methodologies for the semantic description, analysis … Leggi tutto