The Lund University Digital Archaeology Laboratory, DARKLab, is a research infrastructure based at the Joint Faculty of Humanities and Theology. The laboratory is actively involved in pioneering research in digital archaeology, digital heritage and heritage at risk. We're dedicated to supporting projects that explore the use of 3D technologies for in-depth survey and analysis of archaeological sites and monuments. Our lab is also at the forefront of developing new and improved methods of data collection and visualisation. Through the use of technology, we aim to advance the way we perceive and interpret heritage data, making valuable contributions to our understanding of the past.

DARKLab is supported by the Birgit och Sven Håkan Ohlssons Foundation, Thora Ohlssons Foundation, Crafoord Foundation, LMK Foundation and Vetenskapsrådet

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Helgonavägen 3, Lund