ICAC (Catalan Institute of Classical Archaeology) is a public institution created by the Government of Catalonia and the Rovira i Virgili University which is very well known for its research works in Archaeology located in Tarragona City in Spain. This follows the guidance of Dr. Joan Gomez Pallares a senior researcher in classical philology. ICAC aims to research and gives advanced training on dissemination of classical civilization and culture which is the reference center in this field. It carries work through collaboration with various universities and research institutions of Catalonia which are working in the same field. ICAC is owned by International Council of Museums (ICOM EspaÃ±a), Spanish Society of Classical Studies (SEEC), Catalan Archaeological Society (ACS) and Friends of German Archaeological Institute of Madrid (Madrid DAI). The ICAC has achieved the accreditation of "HR Excellence in Research" for its staff in accordance with the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) of the European Commission in March 2015. ICAC other than organizing with Master and Doctorate in advance training offers training courses for teachers and for students of secondary school in Catalonia. Doctoral program Classical Archaeology promotes training towards the Mediterranean cultures in the broadest sense. This program provides the student with specialized laboratories and also offers the possibility to work in some of the major archaeological sites in the Mediterranean. 23 students were enrolled to participate in this program in 2014. In 2013-14 academic year ICAC have launched a new doctoral program in classical archaeology. Agenda of Doctoral program Classical archaeology is to have students integrate to various research groups to broaden their skills so they can specialize in different aspects of the research areas. To encourage students in personal ability and working in groups and take part in research projects. Maximum of 25 students in the class makes to cross the success which is believed by the institution. In ICAC the research is carried out by more than fifty researchers with employment or affiliation that are divided into eight research teams depending on their specialty. The Institute has a broad research staff hired and trained by researchers from all over the state and from other countries the scientific and research objectives of the Institute are developed through research, specific programs and transversal programs, which arise various projects. Some projects, for its thematic connection, sometimes grouped together on research programs, often led by the same researcher or research team. Here are some on-going projects in ICAC: i.Hispanic amphorae preserved in the Castro Pretorio Trajans Market. Contribution to the study of trade between Hispania and Rome during the High Empire. ii.Archaeological excavations in Valencia "Old" (Riba-roja de TÃºria) iii.Parameters of the evolutionary-Analytical Techniques constructive northeast of Tarraconense in Late Antique epoch: homogenization, Criteria and representation of calibration (R & D HAR2015-64392-C4-2-P) iv.Mechanisms of representation of the past and dinÃ¡micas performance in Greece Antigua (R & D FFI2015-68548-P) and many more.. Announcement on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities in (2003). The purpose is to provide a permanent, free and unfettered scientific content, with the aim of promoting accessibility, visibility and impact of research. It assembles articles, research papers and masters thesis, papers and final projects, presentations at conferences, reports, papers, etc.