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Digital Archaeology group organises sessions at CAA conference

The annual Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference is the most important scientific event in the field of digital archaeology.

Each year, hundreds of international students and professionals gather to exchange ideas about and experiences from all fields of digital and quantitative archaeology.

At the upcoming 44th CAA Conference in Oslo, Norway, 29 March – 2 April 2016, members of the Digital Archaeology group will be chairing two sessions related to their work at Leiden University: a session on ‘Teaching archaeology in the digital age’ jointly organised by Karsten Lambers and Hans Kamermans, and a session on ‘Computer vision vs. human perception in remote sensing image analysis: time to move on’ jointly organised by Arianna Traviglia and Karsten Lambers.

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