Archaeometallurgy in Europe 2024
11-14 June 2024 Falun, Sweden
The International Conference Archaeometallurgy in Europe has been organized every four years since 2003, in Milan (2003), Grado-Aquileia (2007), Bochum (2011), Madrid (2015) and Miskolc (2019). These conferences represent the most important forum for scientific discussion on early metalworking in Europe and other related regions of the Old World. The most important goal of this scientific symposium is to present new insights, new approaches and new results from complex projects in the field of archaeometallurgy.
The 6th International Conference will be held in Falun, Sweden, from the 11th to the 14th of June 2024. It is organized by the Historical Metallurgy Group at Jernkontoret. Jernkontoret is the Swedish Iron and Steel producers’ association. The Historical Metallurgy Group involve both archaeological and historical documentation and research as well as cultural heritage conservation relating to the production of metals.The focus is on the development and history of the iron and steel industry and cover all historical epochs in a Nordic scope
Students prizes for outstanding presentations at AiE 2024
We are proud that The Historical Metallurgy Society (HMS) will be continuing its sponsorship of student prizes at Archaeometallurgy in Europe, and that this year they will be joined by The Society for Archaeological Sciences (SAS). The two societies will award joint prizes to students making outstanding oral and poster presentations at the conference. The prizes will consist of a diploma, a free one-year subscription to both HMS and SAS, and a financial reward. All posters and oral presentations with a student as lead author/presenter will be considered for these awards. Students who have been awarded their degrees [OR who have completed their studies] within the last year are also eligible.
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