Dr. Maurizio Forte sent along these great photos of their archaeological discovery in Vulci. The discoveries stem from the work on the iiD project Dig@IT: Virtual Reality in Archaeology.
A very important Roman public building (1st century AD) covers an Etruscan well-cistern connected with a complex network of galleries, very likely designing the earliest Pre-Roman water system, revelead for the first time in Vulci and in Etruscan-Roman cities. The coin is of the emperor Domitian (81-96 AD).
Students participating in Data+ work in various project rooms in Gross Hall, sharing space with 1-5 other project teams that have something in common (project theme, programming language, etc.)
On occasion, these project teams develop a great appreciation for each other. Watch our video on the unique environment in Gross Hall 351:
An international team from the U.S., Canada and the U.K. were awarded a three-year grant for the project. The team includes iiD faculty member Sayan Mukherjee.
An interdisciplinary team of Duke researchers, including iiD Associate Director Jerry Reiter, have been tackling the question, "do energy efficiency 'audits' really benefit companies over time?"—timely work as it applies to a long-running Department of Energy (DOE) effort that is slated for elimination under President Trump’s proposed budget.
The Duke University Board of Trustees has approved a new master’s degree program to help meet the need for well-rounded data scientists who can work with different industries and experts.