Transdisciplinary approaches to human culture
Starting from February 2015, CaSEs organizes a seminar series that showcases the wide reasearch interests of the group. According to CaSEs's vision the seminars looks at aspects of human culture, both past and present, from a quantitative perspective and trascending the boundaries of taditional academic disciplines.
Seminars are held at Ciutadella Campus and are open to everyone. Talks are announced on the group's website news page. Below you can find a list of the scheduled talks, with links to the abstracts and pdfs of the presentations.
|17/02/2015||Andrea Matranga - Department of Economics (UPF)||Climate driven technical change: seasonality and the invention of agriculture|
|10/03/2015||Sergi Valverde - Complex System Lab (ICREA-UPF)||
Modeling the evolution of programming languages
|25/03/2015||Andrea Zerboni Dipartimento de Scienze della Terra "Ardito Desio"(University of Milan)||Geoarchaeology at work in arid lands: interpreting the environmental and anthropic contributions to the formation of the archaeological recordGeoarchaeology at work in arid lands: interpreting the environmental and anthropic contributions to the formation of the archaeological record.|
|Laia Pujol Tost - Department of Humanities (UPF)||Being there and then: introducing Cultural Presence in Archaeology|
|28/04/2015||Deodato Tapete - Department of Geography (Durham University)||
SAR and InSAR to prospect and preserve cultural landscapes and heritage sites
|19/05/2015||Maximilien Guèze - Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (UAB)||Indigenous culture, forest uses and tree diversity. Perspectives from the Amazon and Borneo|
|30/06/2015||Josep Blat and Alun Evans - Department of Information and Communication Technologies at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)
||Interactive Visualisation and Games in the 3D Web|