You can find the program for our online Digital Archaeology Conference, correct as of September 16th, below. Please note, times are given in both New Zealand and Australian Eastern Standard Time.
The full abstracts for the talks and posters are available here.
Links in the title will take you to each talk uploaded to our YouTube channel. Please note, talks marked with a * will not be uploaded at the end of the conference.
Day 1 (September 16)
WELCOME AND OPENING (4:00pm NZT / 2:00pm AEST)
Joshua Emmitt | President of CAA Australasia
WELCOME TO COUNTRY AND MIHI (4:05pm NZT / 2:15pm AEST)
Uncle Ringo Terrick | Wurundjeri Elder
Gerard O’Regan | Ngāi Tahu | Curator Māori Otago Museum
KEYNOTE (4:25pm NZT / 2:25pm AEST)
Digital archaeology and the transformation of rock art research
Melissa Marshall | Nulungu Research Institute, University Of Notre Dame Australia
END OF DAY (6.00pm NZT / 4.00pm AEST)
Day 2 (September 17)
SESSION 1 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND 3D MODELLING IN HERITAGE (11:00am NZT / 9.00am AEST)
CHAIR Thomas J. Keep | University of Melbourne
Patterns and possibilities: a review of 3D analyses of stone artefact technologies.
Simon Wyatt-Spratt | 11.00am NZT / 9.00am AEST
Remade Ground: Modelling nineteenth century landscape change with GIS.
Greg Hil, Susan Lawrence | 11.20am NZT / 9.20am AEST
The Hellenic Museum Digitization Project and theoretical considerations of photogrammetry representation.
Thomas J. Keep | 11.40am NZT / 9.40am AEST
BREAK (12.00pm NZT / 10.00am AEST)
SESSION 1 PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND 3D MODELLING IN HERITAGE CONT. (12.20pm NZT / 10.20am AEST)
Photogrammetry and the quantification of volume in stone artefact analysis: experimental improvements to the volume ratio.
Stacey Middleton, Rebecca Phillipps, Joshua Emmitt | 12.20pm NZT / 10.20am AEST
Digitising minted memories: photogrammetry and 3D modelling methods for ancient coins.
Gala Morrris, Joshua Emmitt, Jeremy Armstrong | 12.40pm NZT / 10.40am AEST
POSTER SESSION (1.00pm NZT / 11.00am AEST)
ArqueoData. A radiocarbon results database from archaeological sites in Latin America.*
Luis Alberto Alcántara Chávez | 1.00pm NZT / 11.00am AEST
LUNCH (1.20pm NZT / 11.20am AEST)
SESSION 2 RECENT ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF EAST AND SOUTHEAST ASIA (2:00pm NZT / 12.00pm AEST)
CHAIR Liying Wang | University of Washington
Reconsidering the chronology for the Shimao region in China with the application of Bayesian modelling.*
Ying Tung Fung | 2.00pm NZT / 12.00pm AEST
The morphological similarity between pottery in different regions: quantification of pottery shapes using geometric morphometrics.
Kai Tateuchi | 2.20pm NZT / 12.20pm AEST
Investigating the Middle Jomon boom and bust population pattern in the Kanto and Chubu Regions of Japan.
Corey Noxon | 2.40pm NZT / 12.40pm AEST
3D analysis of small stone implements in the Jomon period.
Oka Tomoyasu | 3.00pm NZT / 1.00pm AEST
BREAK (3.20pm NZT / 1.20pm AEST)
SESSION 2 RECENT ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF EAST AND SOUTHEAST ASIA CONT. (3.40pm NZT / 1.40pm AEST)
Quantifying morphological complexities in Yayoi ceramics: novel geometric morphometrics & 3D morphometric mapping.
James Frances Loftus III | 3.40pm NZT / 1.40pm AEST
Developing a multi-evidence based path finding algorithm for the reconstruction of ancient pathways in ancient Korea.
Ilhong Ko, Woojin Shim, SooJin Park | 4.00pm NZT / 2.00pm AEST
Exploring social changes from Iron Age burials in northeastern Taiwan using a Bayesian network modeling approach.
Liying Wang | 4.20pm NZT / 2.20pm AEST
END OF DAY (4.40pm NZT / 2.40pm AEST)
Day 3 (September 18)
SESSION 3 CURRENT AND DEVELOPING PRACTICES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY (11:00am NZT / 9.00am AEST)
CHAIRS Matthew Barrett and Joshua Emmitt | University of Auckland
Connecting the dots on the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.*
Lily Nash, Josephine Verduci, Martin Tomko | 11.00am NZT / 9.00am AEST
Scaling up deep learning to identify earthwork sites in Te Tai Tokerau, Northland.
Ben Jones, Simon Bickler | 11.20am NZT / 9.20am AEST
BREAK (11.40am NZT / 9.40am AEST)
SESSION 3 CURRENT AND DEVELOPING PRACTICES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY CONT.
12:00pm NZT / 10.00am AEST
Geospatial data acquisition and management protocols for multi-season projects: examples from Ahuahu, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Matthew Barrett, Joshua Emmitt, Rebecca Phillipps, Thegn Ladefoged, Simon Holdaway | 12.00pm NZT / 10.00am AEST
Auditing archaeological material for data integrity.
Liam Johns, Joshua Emmitt, Rebecca Phillipps, Thegn Ladefoged, Simon Holdaway | 12.20pm NZT / 10.20am AEST
Volumetric reconstruction of archaeological deposits using point-cloud data.
Joshua Emmitt, Patricia Pillay, Matthew Barrett, Stacey Middleton, Tim Mackrell, Bruce Floyd, Thegn Ladefoged | 12.40pm NZT / 10.40am AEST
LUNCH (1.00pm NZT / 11.00am AEST)
SESSION 4 GENERAL (1:40pm NZT / 11.40am AEST)
CHAIR Olivier Rochecouste and Katherine Thomas | Macquarie University and La Trobe University
The vulnerability of rock art: the digital methods deployed at an Egyptian rock art site.*
Frederick Hardtke, David Johnson | 1.40pm NZT / 11.40am AEST
Investigating standing stones and swarm robotics: a new approach to ancient and emerging technologies.*
Aleks Michalewicz, Elena Vella, Robert Walton, Goran Duric, Daniel Williams, Justin Green | 2.00pm NZT / 12.00pm AEST
Excavation online. Social networks and archaeology in postcorona time.
Goran Đurđević, Emiliano Gallaga Murrieta | 2.20pm NZT / 12.20pm AEST
BREAK (2.40pm NZT / 12.40pm AEST)
SESSION 4 GENERAL CONT. (3:00pm NZT / 1.00pm AEST)
Virtual vaka: a computational tool for thinking about seafaring.
Simon H. Bickler, Benjamin Davies, Garry Law | 3.00pm NZT / 1.00pm AEST
Use-wear and procurement: an assessment of use-wear on obsidian artefacts from New Zealand archaeological sites.
Caitlan Butler, Thegn Ladefoged, Alex Jorgensen | 3.20pm NZT / 1.20pm AEST
Application of machine learning to stone artefact identification.
Rebecca Phillipps, Joshua Emmitt, Sina Masoud-Ansari, Stacey Middleton, Simon Holdaway | 3.40pm NZT / 1.40pm AEST
END OF CONFERENCE (4.00pm NZT / 2.00pm AEST)