CAA 2014-Paris

You are warmly invited to take part in the CAA2014 Paris Conference, which will be held at the “Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne” Paris, France, from 22th to 25th April 2014.

The CAA (Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology) is an international congress which has taken place every year for 41 years. The last conference took place in Australia. This conference usually brings together hundreds of participants and takes place according to the principle of parallel sessions and workshops or roundtables.

The Conference will be helped by the following partner institutions: Art history and Archaeology Departments university Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Maison Archéologie Ethnologie Nanterre, UMR Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité-Nanterre, UMR Trajectoires-Nanterre, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), LAMOP, Doctoral School of archaeology ED112 university Paris 1, INRAP, INSHS CNRS, Ministry of Culture, Ville de Paris, Région Île-de-France.

Acts will be published in the form of a volume containing the best papers.

 

The official language of the CAA is English, the papers and posters will thus 
have to be presented in this language
.

 

Practical informations


If you need assistance, please send an e-mail to caa2014@sciencesconf.org

Some practical announcements about the organization :

The conference venue is the main building of Panthéon-Sorbonne university - 12 place du Panthéon PARIS (5e) for the Sessions.

The book of abstract is downloadable on the web-site and will be available only in PDF version,

 

Proceedings

 

Due to a large number of Papers to review (85), the reviewing process has been delayed to the 15th October.

 

 

We wiil be able to give you the status of your proposal at that time (acceptance/modification or reject).

 

 

Thank you for being willing to wait.

 

 

CAA Bursary Scheme

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CAA 2014 programm is now available

The themes of the conference are likely to include the following :

  1. Field and laboratory data recording
  2. Historiography
  3. Ontologies and standards
  4. Internet and archaeology
  5. 3D Archaeology
  6. AIS (Archaeological Information Systems)
  7. GIS & spatial analysis
  8. Mathematics and Statistics in Archaeology
  9. Open source
  10. Computing in Epigraphy and History
  11. Multi-agent systems and complex system modelling
  12. Virtual Archaeology

27 sessions, 15 roundtables and 12 workshops have been accepted

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Informations :


Key dates

 

Due to a large number of Papers to review (85), the reviewing process has been delayed to the 15th October.

Thank you for being willing to wait.


 

 

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