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Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
Country: Czech Republic
7 Projects, page 1 of 2
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 956410
    Overall Budget: 3,868,440 EURFunder Contribution: 3,868,440 EUR

    PlaCe is a state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary ETN that aims at training-through-research the next generation of archaeological scientists, integrating a wide range of theoretical and analytical methods for the comprehensive study of pre-modern plasters and ceramics, the first synthetic materials produced by humankind. The interdisciplinary study of these materials from the pre-modern eastern Mediterranean, as well as the technologies, technological know-how, raw materials, and tools developed and employed through the millennia for their production, will provide the framework for the implementation of high-quality training that will assist the recruited early-stage researchers to face current and future challenges in the fields of archaeological sciences and cultural heritage. The eight universities and research centres composing the consortium of PlaCe will join forces in partnerships with other universities and entities from the public and private sectors, in order to facilitate the researchers’ mobility, to develop their analytical and transferable skills, and to increase their employability. At the same time, the multiple individual research projects accommodated by PlaCe will contribute to our enhanced understanding of the evolution of plaster and ceramic premodern technologies, and their adoption in differing social settings, contributing to the history and archaeology of Europe and the eastern Mediterranean.

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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 213651
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 226995
  • Funder: EC Project Code: 244123
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 739503
    Overall Budget: 3,999,450 EURFunder Contribution: 3,999,450 EUR

    E-RIHS PP is a coordination and support action addressing the topic “Preparatory Phase and support to early phase of ESFRI projects” within the call H2020-INFRADEV-02-2016. The specific action addressed by this project is the preparation of E-RIHS, the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (HS), one of the six new projects which entered the ESFRI Roadmap in 2016, and the only research infrastructure project in the Social and Cultural Innovation section of the Roadmap. E-RIHS will help the preservation of the World’s Heritage by enabling cutting-edge research in HS, liaising with governments and heritage institutions to promote its constant development and, finally, raising the appreciation of the large public for cultural and natural heritage and the recognition of its historic, social and economic significance. E-RIHS PP will start in 2017 and will last three years (2017-2020). The first two will be used to address governance, financial aspects, legal documents and logistics. This will lead to a business plan ready for application to ERIC, or to another suitable legal form, by 2019. The last year will be devoted to negotiations with stakeholders, based on the agreed instruments, further strategic planning and to start up of activities for entering the transition phase. E-RIHS will hopefully be launched as a stand-alone RI in 2021.

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