- 08 Dec 2011 Dr Liu Xinyi China Night Lecture
- 10 May 2012 James Lin China Night lecture
- New UK director for ICCHA
- China Night tomorrow: Ashes to beauty - the earliest lime-rich glaze in China
- Job Vacancy: Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology
- Seminar: In Search of Ancient Cultivated Soils in North and South China
- 24 January China Lecturer Job Talks
- 24 Jan. Chinese Archaeology Lecturer Jobtalks
- Chinese University Rankings in Archaeology 2012
- IoA appointed Dr Zhuang Yijie the Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology
- 9th Worked Bone Research Group Meeting Held in Zhengzhou, China
- Oxford Bibliographies: Chinese Studies
- Chinese Researchers visit IoA for Ceramics Analysis Training
- LIU Jia and UCL Connections Awarded Digital Humanities Prize
- "Making Metals and Moulding Society: a Global Perspective on the Emergence of Bronze Age Social Complexity" to be published by Oxbow
- Prof Fuller to give public lecture in Guangdong Museum
- First farming from China to Southeast Asia
- New Publications on China
- Origin of Rice: A Conversation with Archaeobotanist Prof Dorian Fuller
- Dialogue of Civilisations
- 2014 Annual Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of China Announced
- Leverhulme Lecture on Ancient Chinese Starch
- China’s Tusi Sites Listed as World Heritage
- Special Exhibitions: What's on in China?
- World's oldest tea discovered from Mausoleum of Chinese Han Emperor Jing
- The Story of China
LIU Jia and UCL Connections Awarded Digital Humanities Prize
22 May 2013
UCL Connections, involving Institute PhD research student LIU Jia, has been awarded £5,000 at the recent Digital Humanities prize workshop (25-26 April), organised by the Grand Challenge of Intercultural Interaction and convened by Melissa Terras, Director, Centre for Digital Humanities. The workshop was the conclusion of the UCL's Digital Humanities Month.
The cross-disciplinary UCL Connections project aims to unite UCL's physical/digital resources and personal experiences for research, social or promotional activities and so help create new connections within and outside UCL. It is based on technology and an interpretation strategy provided by the Warbrand team, led by Liu Jia, and involves collaboration with Emma Norris (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health), George Neris (UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage, Bartlett), Peter Williams (UCL Information Studies).
Warbrand is an innovative information visualization team in the field of cultural heritage. It focuses on the use of popular computer technology, including virtual reality and augmented reality technology, for interrelating archaeological work and cultural heritage projects, both for academic users and public engagement.
During the past 12 months, the Warbrand team has cooperated with heritage authorities in China and has successfully completed several projects including shape monitoring of artifacts and archaeological sites, demonstrations of preservation plans and a digital exhibition; virtual restoration of archaeological sites and virtual tourism. LIU Jia and his Warbrand team won the Bronze Price of 2012 Chinese Students and Scholars Association UK High-Level Entrepreneurship Challenge, supported by Chinese Embassy UK.