SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

 

The programme consists of invited lectures and oral and poster presentations.
 
The subjects of the Symposium are grouped into the following sessions:

Remote Sensing, Geophysical Prospection and Field archaeology

Archaeochronometry (organic and inorganic materials)

Biological Materials and Bioarchaeology

Technology/provenance - stone/pigments/plaster

Technology/provenance - ceramics/vitreous/glass

Technology/provenance – metals

Human-Environment Interactions

SPECIAL SESSION: Nuclear and Radioactive-based Techniques in Cultural Heritage


 

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A distinct session will be organized to celebrate both Yannis' and Mike's immense contributions to ISA.

Proceedings of ISA 2018 will be published by Science and Technology of
Archaeological Research (STAR), an open access journal by Taylor & Francis.

NOTES ABOUT ORAL PRESENTATIONS

The duration of the oral presentations will be 15 minutes, plus 5 minutes for discussion.


Specially invited oral presentations have a duration of 25 minutes, plus 5 minutes for discussion.

The standard formats of visual presentations are Power Point or PDF files.

INFO ABOUT POSTER SIZE AND THE POSTER SESSIONS

Maximum size of posters is 90 cm wide by 120 cm high


Poster sessions are the most important part of the Archaeometry Symposium. Most papers are presented as posters and generate fruitful and interesting discussions. Posters should be on display for the all period of the Symposium. Two and a half hours will be allocated to each of the two poster sessions, during which no other event will take place in parallel. Coffee breaks will be served in the poster sessions hall, so participants will always be in contact with the posters.

read important notes about the abstracts
and information about the proceedings and article submission

The preliminary and final programmes will be published here in due time