In The News

We’ve collected some of our presentations and media coverage of ISSAP that have appeared so far:

  • The anthropology website SAPIENS featured ISSAP in an episode of its podcast, 6 November 2018.
  • David Anderson featured our recent grant success in a post on on 3 December 2018.
  • We presented “Machine Learning in Space Archaeology” at the Machine Learning in Archaeology conference sponsored by the British School at Rome and hosted at the European Space Agency’s European Space Research Institute in Frascati, Italy, on 8 November 2019.
  • Both PI’s made presentations on our work as part of the Space4Women podcast on 18 July 2020.
  • Amir Kanan Kashefi presented a paper on data management challenges to the Computer Applications in Archaeology – Australasia conference on 11 September 2020.
  • Our project was featured on the Space Australia website in an article by Vanessa Chapman on 14 September 2020.
  • Justin Walsh participated in a virtual walkthrough and a conversation with the artists for an exhibition of photos by Paolo Nespoli and Roland Miller at Chapman University in November 2020.

  • Alice Gorman was interviewed about space junk and space archaeology for the Ologies podcast on December 7, 2020.

  •  Ashley Strickland of CNN wrote a piece about us and the upcoming plans to de-orbit ISS on March 11, 2022: “Capturing the Heritage of the International Space Station before It Crashes into the Ocean.”
  • Megan Gannon profiled the SQuARE experiment in Scientific American‘s April 2022 issue: “Space Archaeology Takes Off.”
  • Tatyana Woodall covered SQuARE for Popular Science on March 29, 2022: “What an Extraterrestrial Archaeological Dig Can Tell Us about Space Culture.”
  • Justin Walsh was interviewed by the Irish national radio program The Moncrieff Show on March 23, 2022 (starts at approximately 1:25:00)
  • NASA featured SQuARE in its weekly “Space to Ground” video – in English

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Stay tuned for more news about what we’re up to!