Aller au contenu  Aller au menu principal  Aller à la recherche

Bandeau 1

ARTEHIS : Archéologie, Terre, Histoire, Sociétés

WILCZEK Josef

Doctorant

Contact : Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.

 

Thématiques de recherche

Sujet de thèse :
L’oppidum Hrazany et la fonction des sites de hauteurs fortifiés de l’époque laténienne en Bohème (et Moravie).
Directeur de thèse : Fabrice Monna.

Thesis title :

L’oppidum Hrazany et la fonction des sites de hauteurs fortifiés de l’époque laténienne en Bohème (et Moravie).
Supervisors :
Natalie Venclová (ARÚ AV ČR, Prague) and Fabrice Monna (ArTéHiS, Dijon)

Thesis project

The work of archaeologists is generally based on the classification of archaeological artefacts. Amongst all observable intrinsic descriptors (material, decoration, fabrication mode/chaine operatoire, etc.), the shape is often considered as the most important feature, giving clues to study chronological, social, religious or cultural aspects of ancient populations. Although ceramic classifications are well elaborated nowadays, they are sometimes considered as being subjective, ambiguous and hardly implemented. The main goal of the project is therefore to bridge the gap between archaeology and recent developments in mathematics, statistics and 2D/3D imagery, in order to (semi-)automatize the process of ceramic classification and attribution. We hope that the project will bring a normative and standardized solution, allowing to overcome the linguistic, temporal and spatial limitations. We hope that this solution will be possible to easily generalized and adopted to study other kinds of archaeological artefacts (axes, brooches, swords, etc.). Applied to a corpus of several thousand Central European ceramic vases dated to the Second Iron Age, we hope that this project will considerably contribute to the better understanding of archaeological sites, chronological aspects and interaction mechanisms between Celtic populations.

Research topics

  • Second Iron Age
  • Material culture classification
  • Socio-economic impacts of the production
  • Morphometrics, statistics, 3D modelling, pattern recognition, virtual reality application


Publications


{hal author="josef-wilczek" /hal}

Enseignements

  • Databases for L3 ACT (l’uB Dijon)
  • Statistics for L3 PRO (l’uB Dijon)
  • Statistics for M1 AGES (l’uB Dijon)
  • Introduction to morphometrics for M2 AGES (l’uB Dijon)
  • Statistics for archaeologists (MU Brno)
  • Supervision and co-supervision of Bachelor and Master students of archaeology (Brno, Dijon)

CV

  • 2013 : French Government Scholarship for Co-tutelle
  • 2012 : Jan Rulf Prize, 1st place for the year 2009-2011 (best Bachelor/Master work in the field of archaeology by researchers under the age of 36)
  • 2012 : Jan Rulf Prize, 3rd place for the year 2009-2011 (best work in the field of archaeology by researchers under the age of 36)


CNRSfr.jpg MCC_logo.jpg Logo_inrap.gif

 

Université de Bourgogne