Master Classes in Archaeology - 2014

Please Note:

1. Precise times of Master Classes are subject to change.  Make sure you check this web page again before attending any Master Class.

2. Owing to our need to book classrooms and in some cases vehicles and accommodation, we would ask that people please book in for the classes they are interested in at least 3 weeks in advance.   

 3. Graduate students will be given preference for all Master classes; undergraduate students SHOULD NOT APPLY unless the class specifically states that it is available to undergraduates.

If you are unable to attend a master class you have signed up for, you must let the PPPS office know as a matter of professional courtesy.  Students who do not give prior warning of their non-attendance of at least 24 hours (without a genuine emergency) will be excluded from the next two (2) classes they wish to attend. Students who repeatedly fail to notify PPPS of their non-attendance will be excluded from all future master classes.

Master Classes Semester Two 2014


HYPACK Software Seminar - 24-25 November 2014

HYPACK, Inc. developed a Windows based software for the Hydrographic and Dredging Industry. Founded in 1984, HYPACK, INC (formerly Coastal Oceanographics, inc.) has evolved from a small hydrographic consultant to one of the most successful providers of hydrographic and navigation software worldwide. HYPACK(R) is one of the most widely used hydrographic surveying packages in the world, with more than 4.000 users. It provides the Surveyor with all the tools needed to design their survey, collect data, process it, reduce it, and generate final products. Whether you are collecting hydrographic survey data or environmental data, or just positioning your vessel in an engineering project, HYPACK(R) provides the tools needed to complete your job. With users spanning the range from small vessel with just a GPS and single beam echosounder to large survey ships with networked sensors and systems, HYPACK(R) gives you the power needed to complete your task in a system your surveyors can master.

Preference will be given to 1) ARCH8156 students 2) Maritime Archaeology students 3) Undergraduate students.

Location:  Flinders Campus, Humanities 112 (Archaeology Lab)
Date: Monday 24 & Tuesday 25 November
Time: 9.00am-5:00pm
Costs: There is no cost.
Equipment: Bring your laptop
Contact person: Dr Jonathan Bejamin
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