Anthony has been the Technology Manager for the Discovery Programme for the past 17 years and is responsible for the management of the applied technology research, including: project management, 3D data capture at a range of levels (aerial lidar, terrestrial scanning, close range scanning, SfM), GIS for cultural heritage, dataset management and archiving, metadata, promotion and dissemination of the use of technology within cultural heritage. Anthony is currently the Discovery Programme Project manager for CHERISH and the ESFRI E-RIHS (European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science) project.
Anthony has previously participated in several EU funded projects including: 3D-ICONS (CIP), ARIADNE (FP7), LoCloud (CIP), and ArchaeoLandscapes Europe (Culture 2007-2013) and is currently chairman of the European CARARE (Connecting Archaeology and Architecture to Europe) Network and member of the Europeana task force for 3D data. He graduated in Geology & Physical Geography BSc (Hons.) and MSc in GIS from The University of Edinburgh, Scotland in 1997 and 1999 respectively.
Anthony’s current research interests include the development of spatial data infrastructure for the reuse of spatial archaeology data and the use of multiscale remote sensing techniques in archaeology with particular focus on the monitoring and prospection of archaeology and monuments. The application of HBIM (Historic Building Information Models) in the documenting of heritage structures is another area of interest, as is the development of standards and methods for the long term management and reuse of archaeological data.
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