ISA2020/2022

UPDATED IMPORTANT INFO

Lisbon, May 14, 2022

ISA 2020-2022
43rd International Symposium on Archaeometry 
May 16-20, 2022   

Dear colleagues WE ARE BACK! After four long years the ISA community meets once again in Lisbon to get recent insights on archaeometry, last research and future trends. We are building the best option for hybrid format to develop the conference - stay tuned. Expect 5 days full of knowledge, insights, and most importantly - an awesome community of archaeometry researchers. Oral speakers, poster presentations from all around the world will meet (in person and online) to discuss and get updated on current trends in archaeometry.  We encourage young and new researchers by giving them the stage to share their knowledge and experiences.  In this hybrid format, to use the online platform two moments of Registration Process will occurNow - you can make your registration in the platformThursday 19th - you must register again to continue having access to the online symposium You just have to insert your name and your email address (the one used on ISA 2020/2022) and then you will receive all instructions. To join and become part of the community, we invite all colleagues to use the link below. https://hopin.com/events/43rd-international-symposium-on-archaeometry-1st-part?code=R3wcoF9QlTPFtXdLCcniLcmtj Be aware that the platform will only be opened on Monday 16th at 8 am. We look forward to welcome you in Lisbon, for the 43rd International Symposium on Archaeometry.  You can follow us on website and social networks: https://www.isa2020-lisboa.pt/ https://www.facebook.com/isa2020lisboahttps://www.instagram.com/isa2020_2022lisboa/Any doubts don’t hesitate to contact with us.Best regards The local organizing committee Rosa Marques

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the organizers at [email protected] and check for updates at ISA 2020/2022 website

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