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Nicole Beale

My research looks at how cultural heritage can engage with the web as a social machine. Looking at how museums can engage with the Web as a social machine to effect 'museums without walls'. In particular the re-purposing by communities of Web-based tools and platforms to improve access to galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Continue reading →

Maria del Carmen Moreno Escobar

Apart from my thesis on the study of the Romanisation process in Andalusia (Spain) through the spatial analysis of territorial changes, I am also collaborating in different research projects at the University of Southampton (Portus Project;, the University of Central Lancashire, Preston (The Mauritian Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Project: exploring the impact of colonialism and colonisation in the Indian Ocean, Continue reading →

Matthew Harrison

My research focusses on the use of procedural modelling technologies such as grammars in archaeological 3D visualisations, as well as other generative modelling technologies such as cellular automata and agent-based systems. My interests lie in how these tools can improve visualisation in archaeology in terms of providing transparency, exploring uncertainty and adaptability, as well as how they can be used to model complex and large scale sites such as urban environments. Continue reading →