Registration and Refreshments
Opening Remarks by Professor Richard Thomas
Introductory Keynote: Professor Ian Haynes
Engineering and the future of the past: Perspectives from Rome Transformed.
Computational modelling to engineer the past
Dr Iza Romanowska
Introduction to agent-based modelling for studying the past.
Dr Andreas Angourakis
Crop dynamics in the Indus village model.
Mr Joe Hirst
An Agent-based model of pre-Columbian land-use in the monumental mound region of Amazonian Bolivia.
Conservation and preservation in the context of changing climate (Virtual)
Dr Alice Kelley
Working to preserve indigenous cultural heritage on the Maine (USA) coast in a changing climate
Dr Patrick Roberts
Exploring the tropical past and its relevance to contemporary land management and urban planning.
Dr Andre Colonese
Bridging archaeology and marine conservation in the neotropics.
Machine Learning, AI, and Archaeology
Dr Mike Buckley
Machine learning for species identification of faunal remains for ancient-to-modern biodiversity baselines.
Dr Iris Kramer
Archaeology at a revolutionary scale: National mapping of ancient landscapes with artificial intelligence, earth observation and historic mapping.
Dr Daniel van Helden
Arch-I-Scan: using machine learning to better understand Roman foodways.
Concluding Keynote: Professor Dolores Piperno
The Past (and Future?) of our Crop Plants & Their Wild Ancestors in Changing Global Environments.
Concluding Remarks / Awards