The 48th International Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference was to have taken place in Oxford from 14th to 17th April 2020, hosted by the School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford. This has now been postponed until further notice – latest information here.
ARIADNEplus is hosting the following sessions:
S09. Digital Infrastructures and New (and Evolving) Technologies in Archaeology (Roundtable)
Participants will present and discuss the role of new and evolving technologies in digital infrastructures such as repositories, archives, aggregation portals, digital scholarly presses, and heritage management infrastructures of regional and national governments.
S10. Open Archaeology and Open Science: a challenging opportunity (Roundtable)
The round-table will report on the current development of the application of the FAIR principles and the development of the EOSC, as well as on other EU and national initiatives.
The project is also contributing to:
S21. Hic sunt dracones – Improving knowledge exchange in the Semantic Web with Linked Open and FAIR data (Standard)
The goal of this session is to bring together experts on LOD and FAIR data, as well as anybody interested in learning about FAIR and LOUD data-driven publishing, applications and research projects based on this kind of data.