#CAAPerth – ACRG involvement

Members of the ACRG are out in force at this year’s Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference at the University of Western Australia, Perth. Today there were workshops on complex systems simulation and reflectance transformation imaging organised by Tom Brughmans and Iza Romanowska, and by James Miles and Hembo Pagi.

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Tomorrow Eleonora Gandolfi and Hembo have a paper on our multi-method imaging fieldwork on Kimberley rock art with Martin Porr from UWA: “Images of Images: Applying Digital Recording Technology in the Management and Visualisation of Kimberley Rock-Art”.

On Wednesday James Miles will give a paper on “the Parnassus Project: Archaeology and Engineering collaboration for 3D data collection and analysis”. James will also be giving a presentation on “Photogrammetry and RTI survey Hoa Hakananai’a Easter Island Statue”. Tom Brughmans will be presenting a paper on “When exploratory network analysis becomes confirmatory: exploring urban connectivity in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain”. Iza Romanowska is presenting a paper on “Finding resource in a desert: an agent based model of hunter gatherer foraging”. Both Tom and Iza are chairing the session on Complex systems simulation in archaeology.

The CAAPerth programme is available online.

If you want to follow the conference and contribute on Twitter use #CAAPerth and @CAA2013Perth. You can follow our tweets as usual via @ArchCRG.

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