Eachtra Journal

ISSN 2009-2237

XXXVIII Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology

November, 2009 · Written by: Maurizio Toscano Print This Page This entry is part 10 of 30 in the Issue 04

Conference: CAA 2010
XXXVIII Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative
Methods in Archaeology
“Fusion of Cultures”

Conference Dates: April 6-9, 2010
Conference Location: Granada, Spain
URL: http://www.caa2010.org

Upcoming Deadlines:

Extended abstract of papers submission, up to December 15, 2009

“The XXXVIII Annual CAA Conference will be held in Granada, Spain, from
April 6 to 9, 2010 and is expected to bring together archaeologist,
computer scientist and mathematicians to explore and exchange knowledge in
order to enhance our understanding of the past. Classical disciplines like
archaeology, anthropology or geography, and more modern ones like computer
science, geomatics or museology exchange their most recent advances during
the conference.”

“CAA 2010 is inspired in the concept Fusion of Cultures that identifies
the scope of the conference and the spirit of the historical city of
Granada. The aim of the conference is to create an collaborative
atmosphere among all disciplines, by participating via papers, posters,
round tables, workshops, short papers and a novel virtual theatre non-stop

Session already defined:

  1. 3D Information Systems: Documenting the past
  2. Agent-Based Social Simulation in Archeology
  3. Analysis and Interpretation of Ancient Art
  4. Analytical GIS
  5. Archaeological Architecture: a challenging fusion of scientific cultures
  6. Archaeology-based videogames
  7. Augmented Reality in Archaeology
  8. Databases: how to make them attractive for external users and contributors
  9. From new generations of Web services (Web 2.0; Semantic Web, Web3D) to Archaeological Knowledge…
  10. Human evolution, a long trip without end: The application of data recovery, data management and computer analysis in Paleolithic sites.
  11. Integrating and comparing technologies for archaeological applications
  12. Issues in Least-Cost Analysis
  13. New technologies in Archaeological Museums
  14. New technologies in Archaeology higher education
  15. Open Source in Archaeology
  16. Recording, Interpretation and Evaluation of High Definition 3D Surface
  17. Data in Arts and Cultural Heritage, Archaeology and Anthropology
  18. Reference collections on the Web
  19. Refining Remote Sensing for archaeological environments : image processing techniques compared
  20. Semantic Infrastructures in Archaeology
  21. Taking the long view: putting sustainability at the heart of data creation
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