Call for sessions – CAA2017, Atlanta, 14-16 March 2017

The call for sessions  will remain open until the 26th of August.  Please go to the OCS website to log-in and submit your session abstract.  The link above should take you directly to the submission page.  You can also click on the Submissions/Registration tab above.  You will need to log-in, go to User Home, click on CAA 2017 and then look for the Submission link at the bottom of the page under the Conference Information header.

There are three different session formats that you can choose from – 1) “Other” – this is an open format that is at the discretion of the session organizer(s).  The CAA International Scientific Committee is encouraging creative new session formats to create a dynamic environment for sharing projects and ideas.  We ask that the session organizer(s) include a short description of what the session format would look like.  This could include sessions that have short presentations accompanied by posters or digital posters followed by an open discussion or the session could be focused on actively solving a digital archaeology problem.  It is important to stress, that individuals participating in these alternative formats will still have a chance to submit a paper for inclusion in the published proceedings. 2) “Roundtable/Panel” – this is a session format where the session organizer(s) present a position paper in advance of the conference and invite participants to discuss the topic in an open format.  3) “Standard Session” – this is your typical session that is composed of 15 or 25 minute papers presented by the participants.

Each session organizer(s) has 500 words including session title, author names, affiliations, and email addresses and 3 – 5 keywords.  Organizers of “Other” sessions are given 600 words so that they can describe the session format.  Please indicate the corresponding author if there is more than one organizer.  Remember, the official language of the conference is English and all submissions should be in English.  If English is not your first language, it is strongly suggested that you have a fluent English speaker review your abstract before submission.

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Call here

Summerschool – International School Geophysics and Remote Sensing for Archaeology, Mai 2016

From May 9th to 13th 2016 will be held the international school « GEOPHYSICS AND REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGY ».
The school is organized by two Institutes of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, i.e., CNR-IBAM and CNR-IREA, and Soprintendenza Speciale Beni Archeologici Pompeii, Ercolano and Stabia.

Organization
CNR-Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali (IBAM); CNR- Istituto per il Rilevamento Elettromagnetico dell’Ambiente (IREA); Soprintendenza Speciale Beni Archeologici Pompei, Ercolano and Stabia

Support
ATHENA Project (H2020)

Sponsor
Samoa srl

Registration fee and Participation
The registration fee for the participation is 300 Euros (VAT excluded).
The fee includes: lecture material, entrance and guided visit in the archaeological area of Pompeii, welcome party, social dinner.
The number of admissible students is about 30.
For the participation, please express your interest by sending a CV to archeoschool@irea.cnr.it .
The participant selection will be done according to the CV and order of arrival of the request.

Conférence « Interactive Pasts: Exploring the intersections of archaeology and video games » en diffusé

Vous pouviez suivre en direct la conférence Interactive Pasts à Leiden et poser des questions en direct.

Vous pouvez maintenant revoir les communications via ce lien

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You could follow the live feed of the conference Interactive Pasts in Leiden and ask live questions.

You can now see the registrations of the communications here

 

Parution – Actes du colloque CAA Paris 2014

Concepts, methods and tools. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology edited by F. Giligny, F. Djindjian, L. Costa, P. Moscati and S. Robert. vi+649 pages; illustrated throughout in colour and black & white.

This volume brings together a selection of papers proposed for the Proceedings of the 42nd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference (CAA), hosted at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University from 22nd to 25th April 2014. The program was divided into different themes and this structure has been maintained in the arrangement of articles in the various chapters of this book. Chapter headings include: Historiography; Field and Laboratory Data Recording; Ontologies and Standards; Internet and Archaeology; Archaeological Information Systems; GIS and Spatial Analysis; Mathematics and Statistics in Archaeology; 3D Archaeology and Virtual Archaeology; Multi-Agent Systems and Complex System Modelling.

http://www.archaeopress.com/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id={E35F9954-5653-493D-884B-4A7D2DE66610}

Available in PDF for personal use here

Conférence – CAASiena 2015: vidéos des communications

Les vidéos des communications de la conférence du CAA 2015 à Sienne sont en ligne:
Le video delle communicazioni del CAA 2015 a Siena sono online :
The video of the communications of the CAA 2015 in Siena conference are online :

– The Opening Address and Keynotes : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjeGwwG0rtS2mJajS29F7SAV-7fBuzc9
– ArcheoFOSS: free/open source software and archaeological research, ten years later : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjeGwwG0rtSQ4SpHcv2EFjaqr6ldT_gf
– Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjeGwwG0rtTMqBspUBqOCcjfli_xL4UW
– Modelling large-scale human dispersals: data, pattern and process : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjeGwwG0rtQiThfH9sl49Cs45nZIECZ1
– Linked Data: From interoperable to interoperating : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBjeGwwG0rtSqHqVBbY75v6lxpRdgS5B-
– Roundtable Simulating the Past: Complex Systems Simulation in Archaeology : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-URtu5XwbQ&feature=youtu.be