News from Oxford and Barcelona

1. Andreas Duering won best student post at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference on Saturday:

We are delighted to announce that the Archaeopress Prize for the Best Student Poster/Paper at CAA-UK, Oxford 2014 was awarded to Andreas Duering (Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford) for his paper on The Population & Cemetery Simulator.  The judges –  Dr. Mark Gillings (University of Leicester), Prof. Gary Lock (University of Oxford) and Steve Stead (Paveprime Ltd.) – were unanimous in their decision.  Andreas will receive a £50.00 Archaeopress voucher.  Congratulations Andreas!

2. The Behaviour Composer is being used by Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology in the Universitat Automoma de Barcelona. Ken will visit them when he is in Spain later in the year, and Howard will meet some of the group when he gives a workshop at the start of ESSA-2014.

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