April 10, 2009: Redesigned project website launches.
March 1, 2009: The Corinth Computer Project becomes a part of a new research initiative called the Archaeological Mapping Lab (AML) at the Penn Museum.
July 17, 2008: Research concepts and overall concept design for the Digital Corinth Synchronized Database Project presented to a team from the American School for Classical Studies at Athens to discuss the use of technology with archaeology.
March 2008: Second round of design phase for the Digital Corinth Synchronized Database Project complete.
September 5, 2007: First round of design phase for the Digital Corinth Synchronized Database Project complete.
March 2007: The Corinth Computer Project receives a Digital Humanities Initiative Award for the amount of $29,999 from the National Endowment for the Humanities, for the Digital Corinth Synchronized Database Project, a pilot program for a model high resolution archaeological database in Greece and the United States consisting of photographs, video, field notes, laser scans, architectural data, and simulations relating to the ancient Roman colony of Corinth. See also here.