SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training


SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training

Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) is an EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) which trains doctoral students in cross disciplinary heritage science research from 2014-2023.

Meet our students

Our students come into heritage science from a diversity of disciplines, from physics to engineering. Find out more about them, their projects, and the partners that support their research. 


Research and Publications

Discover cutting edge and innovative heritage science research from our students and learn what areas of heritage science we specialise in. 

SEAHA Conference 2017 credit Mark Kearney


As a Centre for Doctoral Training we organise cohort activities, training, guest lectures, and conferences as well as enabling student interest groups. Find out more about SEAHA events and how we support our students. 

Mobile Heritage Lab at Brighton Pavillion

Mobile Heritage Lab

A unique research and public engagement vehicle, our 'lab-on-wheels' made heritage science accessible to schools, museums, and the public. 


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