Joint Chapter Meeting 2024

It is our great pleasure to announce the 2024 Joint Chapter Meeting of CAA Netherlands/Flanders and CAA Germany which will be held in Groningen, The Netherlands, October 24th to 25th, 2024.

Call for Papers

With ever increasing ubiquity of digital tools and practices, and applications related to data science in archaeology, the organising committee is expecting a prolific event that critically focuses on the theory and practice of digital and quantitative methods in archaeology. This event will provide a platform for scholars and professionals to exchange innovative ideas on cutting-edge technology and analytical methods related to topics as:

  • Digital documentation / techniques
    • 3D registration, modelling and reconstruction
    • Drone applications
    • Digital approaches to maritime and underwater archaeology
  • Data Management, Analysis and Visualisation
    • Database design and management for archaeological and heritage data
    • Big data in archaeology
    • Open science and reproducibility
    • GIS and spatial data visualisation
    • Online data collections and publication
    • Mobile GIS and data recording strategies
  • AI, maching leaning and statistical methods
    • Feature/pattern recognition and classification
    • Predictive modelling
    • Natural language processing
  • Digital disseminatinon
    • Archaeology and gaming
    • Teaching (digital) archaeology
  • Digital documentation / techniques
    • 3D registration, modelling and reconstruction
    • Drone applications
  • Digital approaches to maritime and underwater archaeology
  • Modelling and simulating archaeological phenomena
    • Predictive modelling
    • ABM
  • Archaeogaming
  • Digital ethics and inclusion
  • Little minions (short (10 minutes) talks on little digital helpers)
  • Semantic web and linked open data
  • Museums and digital archaeology
  • Quantitative approaches to archaeology

Abstract guidelines

We welcome proposals for 20-minute papers on any of the above topics, written in English. Proposals related to digital archaeology on a topic not listed involved will also be considered.

Abstracts should be submitted at: https://forms.gle/1Ex77r5EeMRnP6gq5

Abstracts will be reviewed by the organising committee. Abstracts should include name and surname, university, institute or company (if applicable), e-mail, title, and abstract text (max. 300 words).

Deadline for abstract submission is the 1st of September.

Timetable

  • Submission deadline: 1 September
  • Notification of acceptance: 23 September
  • Publishing of programme & registration opens: 1 October
  • Registration deadline: 20 October
  • Conference: 24-25 October
    • 24th of October: 14.00 – 18.00
    • 25th of October: 09.30 – 17.00

Venue

The University of Groningen, exact venue information to follow soon.

Fees

Information to follow soon.

Organising Committee

In alphabetical order:

  • Stijn Arnoldussen, Groningen University
  • Alex Brandsen, Leiden University
  • Kai-Christian Bruhn, University of Applied Sciences Mainz
  • Pir Hoebe, Groningen University
  • J├╝rgen Landauer, Independent Researcher
  • Manuela Ritondale, Groningen University
  • Agnes Schneider, Leiden University
  • Lutz Schubert, University of Ulm
  • Devi Taelman, Vrije Universiteit Brussel / Ghent University
  • Daniella Vos, Groningen University
  • Ronald Visser, Saxion University of Applied Sciences
  • Alicia Walsh, University of Amsterdam