Department of Ancient History Undergraduate Scholarship
Page last published: 11 Jul 2013
The Scholarship of $1000 is available to an undergraduate student to assist in the development of a 3D Laser and Printing Project which will result in an exhibition of printed replica artefacts.
The Scholarship is for 6 months in Semester 1, 2014 and will equate to approximately 35 hours of work.
- Experience with safe handling of ancient artefacts
- Demonstrated experience with digital media, creation, production and dissemination
- Demonstrated ability to work in a team
- Self-motivation to work to deadlines and produce independent results
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Experience with 3D model creation, editing and printing
- Very good interpersonal skills
- Ability to communicate and interact effectively with a wide range of people
- Selection - of a suitable themed set of objects for analysis demonstrating the relative strengths and weaknesses of the 3D scanning and printing technology
- Scanning - using 3D surface scanning and / or CT
- Modelling & Production - create models and print the selected objects
- Exhibition of scanned and printed objects including background material on techniques and processes used
- Generation of an enduring dataset of 3D models of objects suitable for online display, teaching, research and printing
Applications should address the prerequisites and provide supporting material for both the Essential and Desirable categories. Applicants should also write a short narrative (up to 400 words) outlining their suitability and interest in the project as well as any information that they may consider relevant to the work.
- Attach - CV, including academic record and practical experience
- References – One reference from academic or industry personnel which address the prerequisites.