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Euromed 2012

The Euromed 2012 conference (28th October  -3rd November , Lemesos, Cyprus) promises to be a very exciting and stimulating event with more than  350 papers on  interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage and the use of cutting edge technologies for the protection, restoration, preservation, massive digitalization, documentation and presentation of the Cultural Heritage content. Click here to learn more about the conference http://www.

Understanding human movement through spatial technologies

Hi all, Just a quick note to tell you that my article on human movement and Late Prehistory is finally out :) It is called: “Understanding human movement through spatial technologies.The role of natural areas of transit in the Late Prehistory of South-western Iberia” and it was published by the Journal Trabajos de Prehistoria. I believe that in Archaeology simple spatial methodologies can sometimes lead us to powerful interpretations.

training workshop: 3D visualisation

Dear all, I would just like to bring to your attention the following training workshop: Third  Specialization  Forum “3D VISUALIZATION FOR THE STUDY AND MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES” Carnuntum (Hainburg – Austria) 2nd – 7th July 2012 Registration fee: As the teaching staff is partially financed by the EC, participation costs will be limited to: EURO 320, including didactic materials, accommodation (in double rooms) and meals (full board) in hotels in the village of...

CAA2012 Attend Online Registration Open!

Hello everyone! We are just few days away from CAA2012 and I have very good news for those that couldn’t attend for any reason. Over the course of the CAA 2012, we will be producing a series of eight videos on a variety of topics, including ‘Best of the Day’, ‘The Future of the CAA’, and ‘Is Archaeological Computing Changing?’. All videos produced will be made available through this page, so please bookmark it if you intend to follow the conference online.

Book: Thinking Beyond the Tool. Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process

Hey guys, Just a quick note to let you know that our book  “Thinking Beyond the Tool: archaeological computing and the interpretive process” (cover by Javier Pereda) is already in press. The idea of putting together this book was inspired by the session ‘Thinking beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process’, which was held at the Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference in Bristol (17-19 December 2010).

CAA 2012 Registration system is now open

The CAA2012 registration system is now open: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/caa2012/registration/index.html The early bird registration rates will end on 1 February. We very much look forward to seeing you in Southampton in March. As part of the registration process we would very much like you to provide us with your social media profiles e.g. twitter, linkedin, academia etc.

II Congreso de Prehistoria de Andalucía

Dear All, Here is the programme of the 2nd Prehistory of Andalucía Congress. I’m sure this could be interesting for some of you, so if you are around Spain or want to visit the awesome archaeological site of the Antequera Dolmens, come along!  The meeting is taking place 15, 16 and 17 of February. Hola a todos, Aqui esta el programa del 2do Congreso de Prehistoria de Andalucía. Tendra lugar en el impresionante sitio arqueológico de los dolmenes de Antequera del 16 al 17 de Febrero.

CAA2012 – Extended Deadline

CAA2012 – Extended Deadline It has been a crazy day at CAA2012 HQ. We are now approaching 300 submissions for the conference, with an amazing range of topics. So, thank you VERY much for your submissions. We have also received a lot of requests for slightly more time, and so we have decided to extend the deadline until 11:59pm UK time on Wednesday 7th December. Submission is via the Open Conference System.

CAA 2012 session

The list of sessions for the CAA2012 conference in Southampton (26-29 March 2012) (http://www.caa2012.org/) has recently been published: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/caa2012/submissions/index.html. This is expected to be a great conference with many papers representing the state of the art in computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology.