Author: Marie-Anne Paradis

Ongoing archaeological excavations in the Abenakis community

Archaeologist Geneviève Treyvaud, in collaboration with the Musée des Abénakis, both part of the Introspect project, are currently excavating the Odanak Aboriginal community in Centre-du-Québec. See the article by CBC (French only) :  Des découvertes intéressantes lors de fouilles archéologiques à Odanak

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New Augmented Reality application for the Abenakis Museum

Abenakis Museum in Odanak village, one of the partners of the Introspect project, has just implemented an augmented reality application highlighting the archaeological and historical discoveries of their community (in French): Museum website :

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Introspect presentation at the Inria Scientific Days event

On June 16th, Théophane Nicolas (Inrap) presented the INTROSPECT project at the Inria Scientific Days in Sophia Antipolis, as part of a session entitled “Le Numérique en Culture” Website : (in french)

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Introspect presentation in Lyon

On June 9th, Théophane Nicolas (Inrap) participated in the CNRS INEE “Tomo3D” Networks in Lyon, where he presented the INTROSPECT project. The TOMO3D network:

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Dig at the Beg-Er-Vil archaeological site in France

On June 6th, Théophane Nicolas (Inrap), Ronan Gaugne (University of Rennes 1 / IRISA / Inria) and Jean-Baptiste Barreau (CNRS / CReAAH) joined Grégor Marchand (CNRS / CReAAH) with anthropologist Rozenn Colleter Inrap) for a work meeting at the archaeological

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50th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association

50th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association: 2017 Ottawa-Gatineau, Ontario May 10–14, 2017 At this meeting, Marie-Anne Paradis and Geneviève Treyvaud presented a poster explaining the functioning and the different tools of the CT Scan multidiciplinaire laboratory of tomodensitometry

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Valérie Gouranton Biography

Valérie Gouranton has been a lecturer at the INSA in Rennes since 2006. She is co-author of about 70 international publications, has supervised 10 doctoral students and currently supervises 4. She was previously a lecturer at the University of Orléans

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Théophane Nicolas Biography

Théophane Nicolas is a ceramologist, in charge of operation and research at the National Institute of Preventive Archaeological Research (Inrap), of which he is an elected member of the scientific council. He is a permanent member of the UMR 8215 Trajectoires

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Ronan Gaugne Biography

Ronan Gaugne, Research Engineer at the University of Rennes 1. He graduated in September 1997 from the University of Rennes 1 with a PhD in Computer Science. He has been the technical manager of the virtual reality platform Immersia ( since

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Jean-Baptiste Barreau Biography

As a CNRS computer engineer since 2008, I joined the CReAAH laboratory in 2011 where I am responsible for the development of computer applications and the 3D modeling and digitization of archaeological sites. Between the IRISA and the CReAAH, I manage the West Digital Conservatory

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