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Archaeomagnetic applications for the rescue of cultural heritage


Young researchers will be trained to best practice standards in archaeomagnetic work and associated scientific disciplines. They will come from a variety of backgrounds (archaeology, geophysics, geology, physics etc.) and will be given individual training programmes including: Subject specific training appropriate to their background, the research task and laboratory specialisms, but including understanding processes of magnetization acquisition, field sampling on diverse archaeological sites, measurement and analysis, data storage and multi-disciplinary applications. Transferable skills training including experimental design, project planning, time management and written and oral communication with scientific colleagues and the general public. All young researchers will join established research groups and will work within multi-disciplinary, international teams, including a wide range of specialists. Regular Network workshops will allow visits to a variety of EU facilities. The network' s international nature will give opportunities to work outside their home country, in cooperation with scientists from throughout the EU .


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University of bradford
BD7 1DP Bradford
United Kingdom

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