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Accolade for scientist over 3-D laser work

The professor responsible for making a 3-D laser recording of the Casemates Barracks has been named Austria's scientist of the year.

Wolfgang Neubauer, who has visited Bermuda on a number of occasions, was here last November to continue his 3-D work with laser scanners in Dockyard.

Dr Neubauer, who works at the University of Vienna, was named Austria's scientist of the year on the back of his important discoveries of the buried Stonehenge monument in Britain.

He has been heavily involved in a major five-year project to create an underground map of the area around the Stonehenge site in England. Remote sensing and geophysical imaging technology was used to reveal stone monoliths that could have been part of the largest Neolithic monument built in Britain.

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Published January 21, 2016 at 8:00 am (Updated January 21, 2016 at 2:51 am)

Accolade for scientist over 3-D laser work

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