Archeology is the focus of the last “Scientific Coffee” in the University

Approaching research and science in an attractive, entertaining and fun way is the aim of a series called Scientific Coffee.

Scientific Coffee is a meeting that is regularly celebrated in Alcaraván cafe, where last week a conference of Professor Enrique Ariño Gil was held, Full Professor of Archeology and Director of the Department of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archeology (Faculty of Geography and Science).

The conference given by Professor Ariño- who, over the last 25 years has carried out archeological studied in different Spanish provinces and additionally led archeological excavations in Spain and in other countries-  it was titled “Archeology without a pickaxe; images of subsoils through aerial photography and geophysical prospection”. In it he explained to the greatly interested public that attended the event, the different documentation techniques of archeological sites. My congratulations to these kinds of initiatives which are gaining in popularity with time and which help the scientific community explain their work.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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