17/06/2016

The Workshop "The 1st steps of an ERASMUS+ project" took place in Aix Marseille University in France on June, 17th 2016. Students from the host Institution were informed on the course's curriculum. Stakeholders (NGOs, private companies) also participated in this Workshop, by presenting their work and useful exchange of opinions took place between all the participants.

   

When: 17th June 2016

Brief description

University Aix-Marseille in Collaboration with University of Trieste and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, organized a Workshop in the framework of Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership “McAgenda”, with the participation of the 3 universities, Companies, students and other stakeholders. The detailed Agenda of the Workshop "The 1st steps of an ERASMUS+ project" can be found below.

 

For more information:

NKUA: Dr. Dr. Niki Evelpidou,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

AMU: Dr. Morhange Christophe, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

UNITS: Dr. Furlani Stefano, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Workshop Agenda

The 1st steps of an ERASMUS+ project

Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, France, 17th of June, 2016

 
9.30-9.50

Vasilis Kotinas, NKUA

Niki Evelpidou, NKUA

Master ERASMUS+ McAGENDA in the Mediterranean. Multiply collaborative events and scientific cooperations.
9.50-10.10

Franck Torre, AMU CEREGE-PYTHEAS

Master MEDNET (AMU) versus Master ERASMUS+ McAGENDA
10.10-10.40 Cherine Gebara, Dept. Archéo CG 83, AMU Multidisciplinary approach in coastal geoarchaeology 1: Geoarchaeology of the ancient harbour of Forum Julii(Fréjus)

10.40-11.00

 Coffe Break
11:00-11.20

Souen Fontaine (DRASSM-French Ministry of Culture and  Communication)

Jean-Christophe SOURISSEAU (CCJ-AMU)

Kalliopi Baika (CCJ-AMU),

Mourad El Amouri (Ipso Facto, private company) 

Master MoMArch: Dedicated interdisciplinary field-school integrated in the academic cursus of the Master of Maritime and Coastal Archaeology (Amidex AMU).                       

Field-school Research Project: The Roman Harbour of Fossae Mariannae

11.20-11.40 Patrice Pomey, CCJ, CNRS- AMU Multidisciplinary approach in coastal archaeology 2: Shipwrecks on land: Jules Verne 7 and 9 on the ancient silted harbour of Marseille Experimental naval archaeology: The Prôtis/Gyptis Project.
11.40-12.00

Mourad El Amouri (Ipso Facto, private company)

Souen Fontaine (DRASSM-French Ministry of Culture and  Communication)

Marine and underwater archaeological surveys for the installations of aeolians parks in the Atlantic ocean. Interface with private companies and the public domain.
12.00-13.30  Lunch in the Cafeteria of MMSH
 
13.30 Departure for Marseille
14.30-16.30

MUSÉE D'HISTOIRE DE LA VILLE DE MARSEILLE

Journées nationales de l'archéologie (http://journees-archeologie.fr/)

  • Visit of the Museum - geological and historical evolution of the city of Marseille (Christophe Morhange).
  • Visit of the ancient shipwrecks displayed in the Museum (Patrice Pomey).
  • Visit of the full-size replica of ancient Greek boats Gyptis in the quay of the Vieux- Port of Marseille (Patrice Pomey - Pierre Poveda).

 


 

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