Archaeometallurgy in Europe International Conference is being organized every four years since 2003, in Milan (2003), Grado-Aquileia (2007) and Bochum (2011). The Madrid Edition to be held in June 2015 represents the consolidation of the most important forum for scientific discussion on early metalworking in Europe and far abroad.
This year’s main purpose is putting together all the interdisciplinary knowledge and regional studies that has been accumulated in the framework of the conference series to negotiate a historical picture that will help facing future challenges.
Call for Papers
The Organising Committee invites the submission of abstracts for oral or poster presentations to the International Conference ARCHAEOMETALLURGY IN EUROPE IV. MADRID Edition 2015, from 3rd to 6th June.
There will be 6 sessions covering the following main themes under which fall a wide range of possible topics:
-Early metallurgy: technological innovation and social negotiation
-Developments: new materials, alloys and processes
-Technological transmission, change and persistence
-Mines, mining and the miner
-Archaeometallurgy versus Archaeometry: you first
Due to space and administrative restrictions there is a limit of 90 oral papers and 60 posters. Proposals will be selected by the Scientific Committee.
First call and instructions to submit proposals will soon be published under http://www.congresos.cchs.csic.es/aie4/conference