Konferenzen

Meetings, Sessions und Workshops die von ROCEEH Mitarbeitern besucht werden

2018

Ecosystem isolation and connection: rise and demise of biota in the Pontocaspian region Interim colloquium of RCMNS and EU PRIDE final conference in Tiflis, Georgien, 27.-29. August 2018

  • Session 3: Neogene and Quaternary Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Southern Caucasus
    (Jordi Agusti & Angela A. Bruch)

10th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference EPPC in Dublin, Ireland, 12.-17. August 2018

  • Session 25: Cenozoic plant diversity gradients in time and space and their impact on early humans (ROCEEH/NECLIME)
    (Angela A. Bruch, Alexandra-Jane Henrot, Louis François, Natalia Rudaya & Torsten Utescher), (deadline für Abstracts ist der 31.01.2018)

CAA in Tübingen (19.-23. März 2018)

ROCEEH ist Mitveranstalter der internationalen Konferenz Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) 2018.

Folgende Sessions und Workshops werden vom ROCEEH-Team organisiert:

  • Session 10: Expanding horizons: confronting issues of scale, resolution, and representation in the study of human expansions
    (Benjamin Davies & Nicholas Conard)
  • Session 17: Early human land use strategies during Middle and Late Pleistocene glacial and interglacial times in Europe
    (Angela A. Bruch & Michael Bolus)
  • Session 27: Map management and Webgis applications for archaeological data base solutions (pdf)
    (Espen Uleberg, Mieko.Matsumoto, Michael Märker, Christian Sommer & Volker Hochschild)
  • Session 36: Advantages and Limitations of Spatial Applications in Archaeology
    (Geraldine Queneherve, Michael Maerker & Felix Bachofer)
  • Workshop 9: The ROAD database as data management and search tool
    (Zara Kanaeva & Andrew W. Kandel)
  • Workshop 6: Remote sensing with open source tools for geoarcheological survey
    (Felix Bachofer & Christian Sommer)

2017

Die 18. NECLIME (Neogene Climate Evolution in Eurasia) Konferenz hat vom 18.-24. September in Eriwan, am Botanisches Institut der Nationalen Akademie der Wissenschaften, stattgefunden. Die Forschungstelle hat die Tagung sowie die anschließene Exkursion mitorganisiert.

Im Rahmen der NECLIME-Konferenz organisierte ROCEEH (im Rahmen des PlantBITES-Projekts) einen dreitägigen Workshop, in dem junge Wissenschaftler aus Georgien und Armenien zu quantitativen Techniken der in NECLIME entwickelten Paläoumweltrekonstruktionen einbezogen wurden.

Abstract (english)
Report (english)

2016

ROCEEH is Co-organizing a workshop of the of the INQUA IFG “Modelling Environmental Dynamics and Hominin Dispersals Around the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (METHOD)”
Università degli studi di Sassari, Dipartimento di Medicina Veterinaria, Italy, 13-15.09.2016

Training Lab 2015-I C. Hertler: Data availability, management and storage – Working with databases    

2015

DCH 2015 Berlin, October 28-30
ROCEEH is co-organizer of the Digital Humanities Conference.

Session 4: Sebastian Vogel, Michael Märker, Florian Seiler
                  The SALVE Research Project: Sarno River plain – Ancient Life in the
                  Vesuvian Environment

Session 5: Volker Hochschild, Michael Märker
                  ROAD - A Plattform for Interdisciplinary Research on Early Humans

Session 8: Michael Märker, Geraldine Quénéhervé, Felix Bachofer
                  Landscape Reconstruction and Archaeological Site Prediction in the
                  Lake Manyara Area, Northern Tanzania

http://dch2015.net/

CAA in Siena (30.03.-03.04.2015)

ROCEEH is organizing two sessions:

5G  How to reveal geographic relations in Databases on cultural heritage
      (Michael Märker, Espen Uleberg, Volker Hochschild, Mieko Matsumoto)

5L  Modelling large-scale human dispersals: data, pattern and process
      (Michael Märker, Christine Hertler, Iza Romanowska)

http://caaconference.org/

2014

UISPP in Burgos - Spanien, 01.-07.09.2014.

A2d    Contextualizing Schöningen (Miriam Haidle)
A2f.    Pleistocene human dispersals: climate, ecology&social behavior (Angela Bruch)
A21a: Neanderthals on their own terms: new perspectives for the study 
          of Middle Paleolithic behaviour. (Michael Bolus & Michael Märker)
A21b "Technological change and behavioral variability in the MSA" (Regine Stolarczyk)
A21c  Movements in and Out for Africa: Assemblage variability and population
         dynamics in Northeast Africa and Southwest Asia during the MSA and Middle
         Paleolithic (Knut Bretzke & Nicholas Conard)
B13   Mathematical approaches for the study of human-fauna interactions  
         in the Pleistocene (Christine Hertler, Rebekka Volmer & Ercison Hölzchen)
B37   Lithic, Evolution, Science (Miriam Haidle)
B53  The archaeology of early fire use (Miriam Haidle)

http://www.burgos2014uispp.com

CAA in Paris, France (22th - 25th April 2014)

with Session S24/ Friday 25.04.
Modelling approaches to study Early humans in space and time
Convener: Michael Märker, Christine Hertler and Yasuhisha Kondo 

and Session S13/ Friday 25.04.
Databases on cultural heritage and their geographic visualization
Convener: Michael Märker, Espen Uleberg, Volker Hochschild

http://caa2014.sciencesconf.org/program 

EGU General Assembly in Wien, Östereich (27.04. - 02.05.2014)
 
mit Session SSP4.2 "Always look on the bright side… - Environmental constrains of early human expansions" by Finn Viehberg, Angela Bruch, Minoru Yoneda

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2014/session/15148

9th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference in Padova, Italien (26. - 31. August 2013)

mit Session "Cenozoic vegetation quantification with models and proxy data (a NECLIME and ROCEEH contribution)" von L. François, A. A. Bruch, T. Utescher

http://www.geoscienze.unipd.it/eppc2014/index.htlm

2013

EGU General Assembly in Wien, Österreich (07. - 12. April 2013)

mit Session SSP4.1 " Should I stay or should I go - the role of climate in early expansions of humans" von Finn Viehberg, Angela Bruch, Minoru Yoneda

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2013/session/12477

14th Congress of Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy RCMNS in Istanbul, Türkei (08. - 12. September 2013)

http://www.arber.com.tr/rcmns2013.org/index.php/home

ROCEEH / VW workshop " The role of the Southern Caucasus on early human evolution and expansion -  refuge, hub, or source area?" in Tiflis, Georgien by  Angela Bruch, David Lordkipanidze (15. - 20. Oktober 2013)

2012

International Organisation of Palaeobotany Conference (IOPC), Tokio, Japan (23. - 30. August 2012)

Meeting European Society for the study of Human Evolution (ESHE), Bordeaux, Frankreich (21. - 22. September 2012)

Interim Colloquium Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy (RCMNS), Bukarest, Rumänien (27. - 30. September 2012)

Conference Neogene Climate Evolution in Eurasia (NECLIME), Sofia, Bulgarien (1. - 4. Oktober 2012)