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Martin J. Aitken student poster awards at ISA

Winners

The student poster evaluation committee at the 38th ISA at Tampa was composed by Ronald Farquhar, Jean-Fransois Moreau, Sarah Weissman and Henk Kars. They selected the following two best student posters one from each of the two poster sessions.

We wish the students who received the awards good progress with their studies and a successful career in Archaeometry.

Leuven 2012

John Hopkins, Department of Chemistry, Eastern Michigan University, USA
Potential of direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry for rapid characterisation of organic residues in ceramics by J. Hopkins and R.A. Armitage

Erika K. Nitsch, Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford, UK
A second harvest? The potential for meta-analysis of stable isotope data to examine large scale climatic, environmental and paleodietary trends by E. Nitsch

Tampa 2010

Dieter Brems, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Nd isotopic variation in Mediterranean sand deposits and its applicability as a tracer for raw materials used in ancient glass production by D. Brems, S. Boyen, M. Ganio and P.Degryse

Erika K. Nitsch, Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford, UK
Quantifying changes in fish consumption in Roman and early Medieval Italy using stable isotope analysis by E.K. Nitsch and R.E.M. Hedges

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