Conference Sessions and Presentations

The ipaast project team will organise conference sessions and presentations to provide updates on our research throughout the project.

Conference Sessions

Landscape Archaeology Conference Session 24. The Archaeology of rural landscapes and Agri-Tech: synergies and challenges. Thursday, 10 June 2021, 7:30-10:30 UK. Details at: https://lac2020-1.csic.es/ 

Landscape Archaeology Conference Session 24. The Archaeology of rural landscapes and Agri-Tech: synergies and challenges. Thursday, 10 June 2021, 7:30-10:30 UK. Details at: https://lac2020-1.csic.es/


Presentations

Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference (TAG2021). Session 3: Archaeology and the Climate Crisis. 17 December 2021. Agricultural landscapes as Critical Zones: Exploring intersections between communities, technology, environment and archaeology in the context of Precision Agriculture. – lead author: Rachel Opitz


‘Present and Future of Archaeology’ Conference. Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University. 9 December 2021. More integrally and less exclusively archaeological – remote sensing and the study of Landscape. – lead author: Rachel Opitz


European Archaeological Consilium 23rd Heritage Symposium. ‘Archaeology and the Natural Environment’. Natural History Museum, Vienna, Austria. 24–25 March 2022. Remote sensing data to support integrated decision making in cultural and natural heritage management: impasses and opportunities for collaboration in agricultural areas. – lead author: Rachel Opitz


SAGA COST Meeting 8. Sofia, Bulgaria. 11-12 April 2022. The ipaast-czo Project: Exploring the Interoperability of Precision Agricultural and Archaeological Remote and Near-Surface Sensing Methods and Data – lead author: Philippe de Smedt


Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) 2022 Annual Conference. Bath and Online, 25-29 April 2022.

Sharing common ground – exploring remote and near surface sensing practices used in archaeological prospection and precision agriculture – lead author: Eamonn Baldwin

Making precision agricultural and archaeological remote and near-surface sensing interoperable to support sustainable agricultural land management – lead author: Rachel Opitz


MARDIA Workshop – Analytics for Digital Earth, Glasgow and Online, 27 May 2022

Challenges in understanding local impacts of human-environment interactions on soils over centennial to millennial timescales. Mapping, monitoring and modelling from an archaeological perspective.  – lead author: Rachel Opitz


IV IBERIAN CONGRESS #DehesaMontado, Badajoz, Spain. 15 – 16 June 2022. The ipaast-czo Project. lead author: Victorino Mayoral Herrera.


Conexión-Arqueología / ArcheologyHub.CSIC Strategic Reflection Meeting (ERE), Barcelona, Spain, 27-29 June 2022.

Buscando puntos de encuentro entre la agricultura tecnificada y la preservación del patrimonio arqueológico en los paisajes agrarios del presente – lead author: Victorino Mayoral Herrera.


World Congress of Soil Science Conference. Crossing Boundaries, Changing Society. Glasgow, UK. 31 July – 5 August 2022. The ipaast-czo Project: Exploring the Interoperability of Precision Agricultural and Archaeological Remote and Near-Surface Sensing Methods and Data – lead authors: Rachel Opitz and Philippe de Smedt