UCPH Archaeological Research Day
Welcome to the first annual Archaeological Research Day at the University of Copenhagen
A day that will bring together archaeology from across faculties and that will give you new inspiration and networking opportunities.
Throughout the day you will experience short and encouraging lectures as well as exciting poster talks and presentations from talented Postdocs and PhD students.
At the end of the day Niels Bohr Professor Matthew Collins from the Evogenomics section at the Natural History Museum of Denmark will give his inaugural lecture, and the prize for the best poster presentation will also be announced.
Sign up for the day as soon as possible via email@example.com.
The Big Auditorium, Øster Voldgade 5-7, 1350 Copenhagen K
9.00 Doors open & Poster set up
Morning session: Big questions and large-scale excavations
10.00 - 10.10 Tobias Richter (ToRS)
10.10 - 10.20 M. Sørensen (SAXO) with K. Pedersen (MSD) and M. Mortensen (NATMUS) Holmegaards Mose in the past, at present and in the future. Interdisciplinary investigations in one of the best preserved stone age localities in Europe.
10.20 - 10.30 Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme (THEOL)
10.30 - 10.40 Marie Louise Jørkov (PANUM)
10.40 - 10.50 Anne Østrup (LAW) The Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict: Problems of National Implementation
10.50 - 11.00 (Copenhagen Museum) Rådhudspladsen excavations
11.00 - 11.10 Questions
11.30-12.30 Poster presentations I: your poster in 3 sentences
Afternoon session: New technologies
13.00 - 13.10 Jesper Nielsen and Christophe Helmke (ToRS)
13.10 - 13.20 Aoife Daly (SAXO) Timber - chronology, origin, exploitation
13.20 - 13.30 Karin Frei (National Museum) Strontium isotopes, new possibilities
13.30 - 13.40 Luise Ørsted Brandt (National Museum)
13.40 - 13.50 Hannes Schroeder (SNM)
13.50 - 14.00 ???
14.00 - 14.30 Panel Discussion
15.00-15.30 Poster presentations II: your poster in 3 sentences
15.30-17.00 Poster Session
17.00-18.00 Inaugural lecture: Niels Bohr Professor Matthew Collins
Announcement of poster prize winner
Posters will be the main method for communication.
We strongly encourage Postdocs and PhD students that wish to give a poster presentation about their research projects or initiatives, to do so.
Poster dimensions: A0 (841 x 1189 mm) (33.1 x 46.8 inches) in portrait format.
Please include a picture of you on your poster.
You will be asked to give three sentences to explain your poster.
Please complete the poster abstract by no later than 23 March and submit it using the form below. You will then receive further instructions regarding your poster submission (final deadline, guidelines for your presentation, practical information etc.)