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Willetts SEAHA Announcement

22 November 2013

Today, David Willetts (Minister of State for Universities and Science) announced the new set of Centres for Doctoral Training in Engineering Sciences (SEAHA), funded by the EPSRC. We are pleased to say that the UCL Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology will be funding 60 doctoral students in the next 8 years in using advanced technology in the area of cultural heritage.

The SEAHA Doctoral Centres is led by May Cassar from the Bartlett with Melissa Terras (from UCL Centre for Digital Humanities) as one of the Co-I's, alongside Stuart Robson (Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering) and Matija Strlic (The Bartlett). They will be working in partnership with the University of Oxford and the University of Brighton, as well as a range of industry partners including the Tate, English Heritage, the National History Museum, Leica Geosystems and the National Physical Laboratory.

http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/graduate/csh/seaha