3 PhD assistantships at the University of South Florida in Digital Heritage and Archaeology of Italy, Spain, and the Arctic

Announcement for three PhD assistantships at the University of South Florida: one each in the Digital Heritage and Archaeology of Italy, Spain, and the Arctic.

Students should have a MA, MS, or equivalent, and apply to the USF Anthropology PhD program no later than December 15.

Please pass on to whomever might be interested.

Herbert Maschner, Professor and Executive Director
Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST)
University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., NES 107
Tampa, Florida 33620
office in 302 NES: 813.974.7989  cell: 208.244.1421
maschner@usf.edu
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Herbert_Maschner

 

PhD Assistantship in Anthropology (Archaeology specialization) – Digital Technologies and the Archaeology of the Arctic

 

Department: Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial  Technologies (CVAST), Department of Anthropology
Rank: PhD Assistantship
Location: University of South Florida, Tampa
Salary: $17,500 (plus tuition and insurance)

 

A five-year PhD assistantship in Anthropology with an emphasis in digital applications to
archaeology and history. Applicants will have a MA, MS or equivalent in Anthropology,
Archaeology, History, Digital Heritage or related discipline. Expertise in some aspects of virtualreality, augmented reality, 3Dscanning, LIDAR, or photogrammetry as applied to archaeology and digital heritage.
The Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST) is an interdisciplinary unit tasked with creating an integrated approach for digital research and education efforts at the University of South Florida. CVAST is also a global center for research and the application of digital techniques to science and humanities research with projects throughout Europe, Latin America,North America, and the Arctic. The successful candidate will be a Research Assistant in CVAST and will be expected to participate and contribute to the Center’s new $9.6 million Hitz Project for Advanced Virtualization, Education and the Democratization of Science. International students are
welcome to apply. For more information, contact Professor Herbert Maschner, Executive Director,CVAST (maschner@usf.edu).

 

Qualifications:Knowledge of Arctic and Sub-Arctic Archaeology. MA, MS or equivalent in
Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Digital Heritage or related discipline.
Applicants must complete the standard application for the PhD program in Anthropology by December 15, 2015.

 

 

PhD Assistantship in Anthropology (Archaeology specialization) – Digital Technologies and  the Archaeology of Southern Italy

 

Department: Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST), Department of Anthropology
Rank: PhD Assistantship
Location: University of South Florida, Tampa
Salary:$17,500 (plus tuition and insurance)

 

A five-year PhD assistantship in Anthropology with an emphasis in digital applications to
archaeology and history. Applicants will have a MA, MS or equivalent in Anthropology,
Archaeology, History, Digital Heritage or related discipline. Expertise in some aspects of virtual reality, augmented reality, 3Dscanning, LIDAR, or photogrammetry as applied to archaeology anddigital heritage.
The Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST) is an interdisciplinary unit tasked with creating an integrated approach for digital research and education efforts at the University of South Florida. CVAST is also a global center for research and the application of digital techniques to science and humanities research with projects throughout Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Arctic. The successful candidate will be a Research Assistant in CVAST and will be expected to participate and contribute to the Center’s new $9.6 million Hitz Project for Advanced Virtualization, Education and the Democratization of Science. International students are
welcome to apply. For more information, contact Professor Herbert Maschner, Executive Director, CVAST (maschner@usf.edu) or Professor Robert Tykot (rtykot@usf.edu).

 

Qualifications: Italian language competency; MA, MS or equivalent in Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Digital Heritage or related discipline.
Applicants must complete the standard application for
the PhD program in Anthropology by December 15, 2015.

 

 

PhD Assistantship in Anthropology (Archaeology specialization)–Digital Technologies and the Archaeology of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

 

Department: Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST), Department of Anthropology
Rank: PhD Assistantship
Location: University of South Florida, Tampa
Salary: $17,500 (plus tuition and insurance)

 

A five-year PhD assistantship in Anthropology with an emphasis in digital applications
to archaeology and history. Applicants will have a MA, MS or equivalent in Anthropology,
Archaeology, History, Digital Heritage or related discipline. Expertise in some aspects of virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D scanning, LIDAR, or photogrammetry as applied to archaeology and digital heritage.
The Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST) is an interdisciplinary unit tasked with creating an integrated approach for digital research and education efforts at the University of South Florida. CVAST is also a global center for research and the application of digital techniques to science and humanities research with projects throughout Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Arctic. The successful candidate will be a Research Assistant in CVAST and will be expected to participate and contribute to the Center’s new $9.6 million Hitz Project for Advanced Virtualization, Education and the Democratization of Science.
International students are welcome to apply.
For more information, contact Professor Herbert Maschner, Executive Director,
CVAST (maschner@usf.edu) or Professor Robert Tykot (rtykot@usf.edu).

 

Qualifications: Spanish language competency; MA, MS or equivalent in Anthropology, Archaeology,History, Digital Heritage or related discipline.
Applicants must complete the standard application for the PhD program in Anthropology by December 15, 2015.