Students trainings

Dawn Satumbaga


I started my training when I was invited to join the PREHsea project in Palawan, Philippines on July 2013 and take part in the field school / case study. In 2014, with funding from the French Embassy, I was offered a mobility to attend lectures and seminars and undergo training at the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle in Paris, France.


Omar Choa

trainingOmarAs a student of the master programme in archaeology at the University of the Philippines Diliman, I followed the first PREHsea activities before being granted by the French Embassy (Manila) the opportunity to follow training in France. Besides taking the lectures and seminars, I focused on the conservation and study of prehistoric cave fillings: visit of sites, meetings with scientists in charge, training in laboratory.


Andrea Dominique Cosalan

trainingDeyaInvolved in several PREHsea activities, I had the opportunity to take part in the Field School organized in Quezon (Palawan) and worked on the Tabon cave human remains. I took training in France through a funding provided by the French Embassy. Upon arrival, I was immersed in a comprehensive introduction to the diverse fields constituting Quaternary and Prehistory, attending lectures and conferences. A nine days excursion helped me to recognize and appreciate geological and prehistoric concepts and sites first-hand; and learned the practical exercises in artefact analysis.


Anton Ferdianto


I am currently a junior researcher in the Archaeological Centre of Bandung. The PREHsea project and the collaboration between the National Centre for Archaeology in Indonesia and the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle gave me the opportunity to follow training in France, thanks to a grant from the French Embassy in Jakarta.