Presentation at the 22nd International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies
November 16, 2017

Seminars at Dipylon


The seminar entitled Spatial Thinking in Archaeology and History using GIS at Dipylon continues at unrelenting pace. Coming from different backgrounds of expertise, participants cover a broad spectrum of interests, such as prehistoric archaeology, Byzantine art, architecture, immigration policies et al, for which GIS knowledge can prove particularly useful.

A second series of seminars, this time focusing on the spatial analysis of image files, will take place in April.