Big Historical Data Conference

CfAS partners and affiliates may be interested in the forthcoming Big Historical Data Conference, organized by the Max Planck Institute of Geoanthropology in Jena, Germany.

The conference aims to bring together researchers from diverse disciplines involved in the study of past human societies and their environmental contexts, encompassing fields such as historical, archaeological, and paleo-climate and paleo-environmental studies. This interdisciplinary forum intends to delve into the theoretical aspects of data, including ontologies, data infrastructure and modelling approaches, as well as the presentation of pertinent case studies.

Session proposals are being welcomed until the 31st of May, and the call for abstracts is scheduled to open on the 9th of June. The conference will adopt a hybrid format, accommodating both in-person and online participation. While the number of physical attendees is limited, registration fees for presenters are waived.
If you are interested in learning more, please visit the conference website.

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