CRC 1266 - Scales of Transformation

Upcoming

Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Jutta Kneisel

Sep 20, 2021 from 08:30 AM

Internal event of the Schule am Ochsenweg Jevenstedt

Dr. Jutta Kneisel will hold a lesson for grade 4 at the Schule am Ochsenweg Jevenstedt as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "A Bronze Age burial mound near Bornhöved"

As part of the CRC's Scales of Transformation, Dr. Jutta Kneisel presents the results of archaeological excavations in Bornhöved and the surrounding area.
Why are we actually digging up a burial mound, there are thousands of them. Can't we just flatten it? The burial mound in Bornhöved shows how exciting history can be and what modern archaeological methods can tell us about the people of 3500 years ago. How they lived and celebrated, what didn't suit them and how people were constantly exposed to changes in their living conditions. And how they lived without regard for the environment and why this did not go well for them.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Natalie Pickartz

Sep 20, 2021 from 09:35 AM

Internal event of the Gymnasium Schloss Plön

Dr. Natalie Pickartz will hold a lesson for the grade 7 at the  Gymnasium Schloss Plön as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "Archaeology and geophysics hand in hand - What the magnetic field tells us about past settlements"

Archaeological sites are examined with measurements of the earth's magnetic field. This is similar to an X-ray of the body - but there are other physical correlations. In both cases, we look inside without opening the surface. In contrast to excavations, magnetic prospection is non-destructive and large areas can be examined. We discuss the prerequisites (contrast in magnetisation), the execution of the measurement (planning, measurement setup, procedure) and the interpretation of the measurement data (image interpretation). In addition, the magnetic properties can be used to estimate the mass of the house remains. This information can be helpful to study different building types and the social structure of the settlement.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Jan Piet Brozio

Sep 21, 2021 from 08:45 AM

Internal event of the Friedrich-Junge-Gemeinschaftsschule Wik

Dr. Jan Piet Brozio will hold a lesson for grade 6 at the Friedrich-Junge-Gemeinschaftsschule Wik as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Jan Piet Brozio

Sep 22, 2021 from 09:35 AM

Internal event of the Gemeinschaftsschule Kronshagen

Dr. Jan Piet Brozio will hold a lesson for grade 7 at the Gemeinschaftsschule Kronshagen as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Jutta Kneisel

Sep 22, 2021 from 10:00 AM

Internal event of the Jernved Danske Skole

Dr. Jutta Kneisel will hold a lesson for the grades 5 and 6 at the Jernved Danske Skole as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "A Bronze Age burial mound near Bornhöved"

As part of the CRC's Scales of Transformation, Dr. Jutta Kneisel presents the results of archaeological excavations in Bornhöved and the surrounding area.
Why are we actually digging up a burial mound, there are thousands of them. Can't we just flatten it? The burial mound in Bornhöved shows how exciting history can be and what modern archaeological methods can tell us about the people of 3500 years ago. How they lived and celebrated, what didn't suit them and how people were constantly exposed to changes in their living conditions. And how they lived without regard for the environment and why this did not go well for them.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Jutta Kneisel

Sep 23, 2021 from 08:30 AM

Internal event of the Gymnasium Kronwerk

Dr. Jutta Kneisel will hold a lesson for the grade 6 at the  Gymnasium Kronwerk as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "A Bronze Age burial mound near Bornhöved"

As part of the CRC's Scales of Transformation, Dr. Jutta Kneisel presents the results of archaeological excavations in Bornhöved and the surrounding area.
Why are we actually digging up a burial mound, there are thousands of them. Can't we just flatten it? The burial mound in Bornhöved shows how exciting history can be and what modern archaeological methods can tell us about the people of 3500 years ago. How they lived and celebrated, what didn't suit them and how people were constantly exposed to changes in their living conditions. And how they lived without regard for the environment and why this did not go well for them.

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Natalie Pickartz

Sep 23, 2021 from 08:30 AM

Internal event of the Hans-Brüggemann-Schule Bordesholm

Dr. Natalie Pickartz will hold a lesson for the grade 7 at the Hans-Brüggemann-Schule Bordesholm as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "Archaeology and geophysics hand in hand - What the magnetic field tells us about past settlements"

Archaeological sites are examined with measurements of the earth's magnetic field. This is similar to an X-ray of the body - but there are other physical correlations. In both cases, we look inside without opening the surface. In contrast to excavations, magnetic prospection is non-destructive and large areas can be examined. We discuss the prerequisites (contrast in magnetisation), the execution of the measurement (planning, measurement setup, procedure) and the interpretation of the measurement data (image interpretation). In addition, the magnetic properties can be used to estimate the mass of the house remains. This information can be helpful to study different building types and the social structure of the settlement.

 

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Rent-a-Scientist with Dr. Natalie Pickartz

Sep 24, 2021 from 11:10 AM

Internal event of the Theodor-Storm-Schule in Hohn

Dr. Natalie Pickartz will hold a lesson for the grade 10 at the Theodor-Storm-Schule in Hohn as part of the Rent-a-Scientist event.

Topic: "Archaeology and geophysics hand in hand - What the magnetic field tells us about past settlements"

Archaeological sites are examined with measurements of the earth's magnetic field. This is similar to an X-ray of the body - but there are other physical correlations. In both cases, we look inside without opening the surface. In contrast to excavations, magnetic prospection is non-destructive and large areas can be examined. We discuss the prerequisites (contrast in magnetisation), the execution of the measurement (planning, measurement setup, procedure) and the interpretation of the measurement data (image interpretation). In addition, the magnetic properties can be used to estimate the mass of the house remains. This information can be helpful to study different building types and the social structure of the settlement.

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MOSAICpattern Summer School

Sep 20, 2021 to Sep 24, 2021

Virtual Meeting

Applied Point Pattern Analysis in Archaeology

During the September event, we will put theory into practise and apply the reproducible research approach to a specific case study using point pattern analysis. We aim to jointly publish the results in an open access journal afterwards!

  • Max. Participants (12)
  • Deadline for application: 13.09.2021

 

Details The increasing use of quantitative methods and computer-based analytical tools in scientific work is accompanied by a crisis of reproducibility. This is mainly due to the lack of basic knowledge of how to use computers, how to integrate data into them and how to transform them into an analysable form. In combination with proprietary software, this creates a world of science whose findings are no longer comprehensible by other colleagues, and corresponding findings are more like advertising promises than genuine knowledge generation. This is a paradox, since it is very easy to work transparently and comprehensively in the field of computer-based data analysis - at least if certain basic rules of scientific work are considered. New skills are best acquired through trial and error. Accordingly, in this series of events we focus very much on practice and teach participants the core competencies of transparent and reproducible work by means of a landscape archaeological point pattern analysis. Due to the current situation, the event will take place digitally. The individual blocks can also be attended individually, however, the September course requires R knowledge. Attendance at the R introduction is sufficient for this.

Please enrol by email: office@sfb.uni-kiel.de.

We will then send you further information. Please note that all events are entirely digital. You will receive the link for the video conference in given time after registration

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Annual General Meeting

Oct 29, 2021

This is currently planned as a hybrid event, the exact conditions, procedures etc. will be announced in October.

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Introduction into our new 3D-Scanner

Nov 01, 2021 12:00 AM to Nov 02, 2021 12:00 AM

Dear Offices,

Hendrik and I will give at 1st and 2nd November 2021 an introduction into our new 3D-Scanner.

The practical course is aimed at graduates of the SFB and Roots as well as Master's students who are about to write their theses with findings.
The function and mode of operation of the 3D scanner will be taught and can be tried out on your own material.

Max 10 Persons

The people can apply in Olat.
 

Hendrik Raese M.Sc.

ROOTS / Graduiertenschule "Entwicklung menschlicher Gesellschaften in Landschaften" (GS HDL)

Exzellenzcluster ROOTS, Leibnizstraße 3, R. 124
Telefon: +49 431 880-5922
Telefax: +49 431 880-5498
h.raese@roots.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Jutta Kneisel

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin JMA

Leibnizstr. 3, R.135 / JMS4 R. 143
Telefon: +49 431 880 5925/3372
Telefax: +49 431 880 5498/7300
jutta.kneisel@ufg.uni-kiel.de

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