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Research project The primary aim of the MOBIMA project are the applications of Near Infrared Imaging spectroscopy in archaeological and environmental archaeological research. Focus will be on developing, testing and applying imaging techniques on various archaeologically related materials and problems, especially field techniques.
Within MOBIMA we try to develop field-based methods in archeology to analyze soil, sediment and other materials that is encountered in archeology. We mainly use the Near Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy both in the form of hyperspectral images and probe technologies.