CAA 2015 Siena Call for Sessions open

KEEP THE REVOLUTION GOING! is the next year’s CAA motto. So for all of you who would like to keep alive the several-years-long streak of fantastic sessions on complexity science, simulation, network analysis and modelling, here’s the call for sessions.
See you all in Siena!

 

Call for session proposals
DEADLINE – Tuesday, September 30th 2014
https://caaconference.org/ocs/index.php?conference=caa&schedConf=caa2015&page=schedConf&op=cfp

The Organising Committee wish to inform you that the Call for Sessions for the 43rd International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) is open. The conference will be held at the University of Siena (Italy), in collaboration with the National Research Council (ISTI-Pisa), from March 30th to April 3rd 2015.

Please submit your SESSION ABSTRACT PROPOSAL online before Tuesday, September 30th 2014.

The 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, “KEEP THE REVOLUTION GOING” (CAA 2015 SIENA) will explore a multitude of topics to showcase ground-breaking technologies and best practice from various archaeological and computer science disciplines, with a large diversity of case studies from all over the world.

The conference committee encourages you to consider a presentation format that will engage your colleagues in discussion and learning beyond the simple dissemination of information. The main themes of the conference are likely to include the following, but may be modified or extended according to the session proposals we receive:

  • Field and laboratory data recording
  • Data modelling, management and integration
  • Linked data and the semantic web
  • Data analysis and visualisation
  • 3D modelling, visualization, thinking, interpretation and simulations
  • Spatio-temporal modelling, GIS and remote sensing
  • Users and interfaces: education, museums and multimedia
  • Theoretical issues, and the relation of CAA with the Digital Humanities
  • Digital Cities, cultural heritage interpretation and modelling the past.

Author Guidelines
SESSION PROPOSAL ABSTRACT LENGTH
Your abstract should not be longer than 500 words including title, affiliations and key words.

AUTHORS AND AFFILIATION
Provide the full names and affiliations of all authors, including e-mail addresses. Please indicate the name of the corresponding author.

KEYWORDS
Provide 3-5 keywords describing the contents of your session.

LANGUAGE
The official language of the conference is English. Spelling should conform to British practice and follow the Oxford English Dictionary.

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