Poster Submission for Monash University Data Fluency Competition

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My poster was selected for the Major Prize of the first edition of the Monash University Data Fluency Digital Tool Poster Competition, based on content, design and aesthetics, innovation and originality, data visualisation and in particular, the interdisciplinary approach.

I showed the 3D tools, the digital strategy, and the data analysis used during my PhD project at Monash University, and how they benefitted my research.

The survey and the comparison of archaeological data with the antiquities market demonstrated some illicit activities in recent times and I was able to retrace Egyptian artefacts in the market.

The judging panel included the Monash University Library, the Bioinformatics platform, eResearch and Data Futures Institute. The winners and posters were presented at the Data Fluency 2019 end of year celebration and seminar.

Data Fluency for Researchers is a cross-disciplinary initiative aiming to build researcher capability at the University. It was officially launched on 23rd March 2018, by Provost and Senior Vice-President Marc Parlange at the Sir Louis Matheson Library, Clayton campus.

What does it mean to be data fluent for researchers? Knowing how to use, explore, interpret and visualise data in a meaningful way and effectively communicate our research and ideas.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2019


  • Data Fluency
  • Monash University
  • Monash University Library
  • Digital tools
  • Data Visualisation
  • Dakhleh Oasis
  • Dakhleh Oasis Project
  • Western Desert
  • cartonnage
  • Graeco-Roman Period
  • Egyptology
  • Digital Humanities
  • mummy masks
  • Excavation
  • museum collections
  • Cultural Heritage Protection
  • Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • Photogrammetry
  • Photogrammetry & 3D scanning
  • 3D modelling
  • illicit traffic
  • illicit market
  • Art Crime
  • Poster Award Competition
  • digital strategy
  • Antiquities Market
  • Egyptian Archaeology
  • Data Collection
  • PhD
  • PHD method
  • Data analysis
  • Monash Bioinformatics Platform

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