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The National Science Foundation’s Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program is investing $3.2 million over five years in a University of California, San Diego-based project for Training, Research and Education in Engineering for Cultural Heritage Diagnostics (TEECH). With field sites in Italy, Jordan and Mongolia, the international IGERT-TEECH program is carried out through the UCSD Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3), a partnership of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), Jacobs School of Engineering, and UCSD’s Division of Arts & Humanities.

Feb 24, 2015
Making the Past Present with Light, Warmth and a High-Tech Gaze

Oct 31, 2014
Computer Science, Cyber-Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

May 20, 2014
Tut's Tomb: A Replica Fit for a King

Jan 15, 2014
UC San Diego Students Look Back on Fall Field Expedition in Florence

Dec 13, 2013
Qualcomm Institute Joins World Cultural Leaders at Digital Heritage International Congress

Nov 07, 2013
Dispatches from the Field: Interdisciplinary Team Deployed Near Tip of Italy’s Boot

May 20, 2014
Tut's Tomb: A Replica Fit for a King

Sep 12, 2013
TopCoder Teams with NASA and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Albert Lin to Create a Powerful Algorithm that Identifies Human-Built Structures in Genghis Khan's Homeland

Oct 30, 2012
The scientific quest to find the lost Da Vinci

Oct 15, 2012
Maurizio Seracini: The secret lives of paintings

Sep 13, 2013
Collective Minds and Machine Learning Exploration Challenge

Jun 4, 2013
Ashley Richter - NSF IGERT Video and Poster Competition

Mar 13, 2013
IGERT Trainees Demo Technologies for CENIC Annual Meeting