GIAP researchers in the Computational Application of Archaeology Annual Conference (Auckland 2024)

GIAP researchers participated in the 51st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology International Conference (CAA), which took place in Auckland (New Zealand) between 8th and 12th of April (

Navjot Kour co-organised the session “Between the Nile and the Brahmaputra: Computational Methods to Study Ancient Societies, Landscapes and Riverine Systems Straddling Asia and Africa” and presented a communication titled “Mapping across Borders: Archaeological Insights from Remote-based Computational Approaches in North-western India”.

Arnau Garcia-Molsosa participated with the talk “Computational Approaches to the Long-term Relationship between Human Societies and the River Morphodynamics in the Alluvial Plains of the Indus Basin”.