EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology
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|Organisation:||University College London|
|Partner Organisation:||University of Oxford|
|Partner Organisation:||University of Brighton|
|Tags:||CDT, University College London|
|Related theme:||Physical Sciences|
The public world-wide are fascinated by cultural heritage, while engagement and understanding rely on science and engineering to underpin the work of heritage professionals in analysis, interpretation and preservation, and on entrepreneurship to create sustainable enterprises within this multi-billion pound sector. The SEAHA partnership between universities, cultural institutions and industry will provide research opportunities that bridge STEM, Arts and Humanities disciplines. Students will create new knowledge (sensors, instrumentation, data and content creation), whilst developing expertise in materials, environment and digital heritage, alongside transferable and entrepreneurial skills. Thus SEAHA will equip doctoral graduates for careers in heritage, related industries or policy-making.