Welcome

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Welcome

The International Phytolith Society (IPS) together with the host institution Kiel University (Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel) and the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) are glad to welcome you to the 12th IMPR!

 

News!

  • The meeting will be virtual (not hybrid, as previsouly hoped).
  • The dates of the meeting have been extended, with scientific sessions 7-11 September 2021 
  • Reduction of conference fee 50% Registration
  • Updates concerning the scientific program will be available soon here and on the websites of the 27th EAA  and IPS

 

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Where/When

UPDATE  12 November 2020

 

Dear colleagues,

we hope this message finds you well and we thank-you for your patience!

The 12th IMPR will take place 8-11 September 2021 in Kiel. 

The meeting is planned as hybrid event, allowing both in-person and remote participation. Updates concerning the possibility to attend in-person will follow in 2021, as corona regulations and travel restrictions in Germany and elsewhere change constantly.

This time the IMPR will be exceptionally integrated within the 27th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), with theme: “Widening horizons” (EAA2021). The EAA annual meetings attract hundreds of scientists dealing with different aspects of archaeology and related fields of study of the human past. We consider this a chance for growth, visibility and exchange for the phytolith community.

At the meeting you will find several "IMPR-sessions", which will cover the topics previously announced and welcome contributions ranging from various aspects of phytolith research and applications. The sessions abstracts will be available in December for you to read more and chose where you prefer to send your contribution. The call for abstract is open between 16 December 2020 and 11 February 2021.

For the logistics of the event, concerning registration and abstract submission, information are available here: registration policy.

We hope that this unique format for the 12th IMPR will lead to a fruitful exchange beyond the respective discipline boundaries, while maintaining the possibilities for expert discussion among specialists, and widening our horizons.

We look forward to receiving your contributions and meeting you, virtually and hopefully also in person!

 

Keep healthy and safe! See you in September!

 

Second circular

2nd Circular

Towards positive synergies and wider horizons – A joint meeting of the International Phytolith Society and the European Association of Archaeologists in Kiel, September 2021

 

Kiel, 11.11.2020

Dear colleagues,

 

We hope this email finds you well, despite the challenging conditions the world is facing in the ongoing pandemic.

We would like to update you about the 12th International Meeting of Phytolith Research. We are thankful for your patience and understanding for the silence in the last months, during which we were re-arranging the meeting after cancellation.

The 12th IMPR will be hosted on 8–11 September 2021 (Wednesday–Saturday) by the Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology of Kiel University in Kiel, Germany. In addition, for those who are interested, scientific excursions will take place on 7 and 12 September 2021 (Tuesday and Sunday).

The IMPR is for now planned as a hybrid meeting, allowing both in-person and remote participation. Updates on the possibility of a live event will follow in early 2021, as corona regulations and travel restrictions in Germany and elsewhere are updated.

 

News | This year, the IMPR will be exceptionally integrated within the 27th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA). This year’s EAA meeting, titled “Widening horizons”, was scheduled at Kiel University (https://www.e-a-a.org//eaa2021). Every year the EAA meeting attracts over thousands of scientists dealing with different aspects of archaeology and related fields of study of the human past, building a very broad and diverse platform for scientific discussion. In this frame, the organizers and EAA board are welcoming the phytolith community for an integrated 2021 event. As the organizing committee of the 12th IMPR, together with the IPS board, we consider this a chance for growth, visibility and exchange for the phytolith community.

Sessions | Following a bottom-up approach, the participants of EAA meetings can submit session proposals. In order to follow the IMPR tradition, we already submitted the sessions covering the topics previously announced on the 12th IMPR website. The sessions, labeled “IMPR-session title”, are listed below. In principle, the IMPR-sessions will not overlap with each other. The whole committee of 12th IMPR should be considered session organizer.

IMPR-Sessions:

  • IMPR - Phytolith identification, classification and morphometry
  • IMPR - Phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
  • IMPR - Phytoliths in integrated archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies
  • IMPR - Phytoliths in geoarchaeology and micromorphology
  • IMPR – Phytoliths biogeochemistry - From phytoliths formation and role in modern plants to new proxies for archaeology and palaeoecology
  • IMPR - Microscopy session: Phytoliths in soil thin sections

 

Registration and memberships | The logistics of the event will follow the procedures of the EAA annual meeting as explained on the website: https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/General_Info.

Important: A major change consists in the necessity to create an EAA account to register in order to submit abstracts for contributions and to participate. For the EAA account, the payment of the EAA annual membership is required (https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/membership ). However, in exceptional circumstances, this is not mandatory if one participates in IMPR-sessions only. If you are interested in presenting only in IMPR-sessions, and therefore wish to be exempted from the payment of EAA membership, it is necessary to send an email to 12impr@email.uni-kiel.de with subject “EAA membership exemption”, specifying your name, affiliation and EAA membership ID number in the message. To obtain an EAA ID number, you will have to create an account, without proceeding to payment, and to log in and out at https://eaa.klinkhamergroup.com/eaa2021/. We will need this information for the EAA Office which will validate your EAA user account and allow you to register to the Annual Meeting. For participants interested in further EAA sessions in addition to IMPR-sessions, EAA membership should be valid or updated.

Note that to present a contribution at IMPR-sessions, IPS membership is required. To find out your benefits as a member and how to register, check the IPS website at the page: https://phytoliths.org/become-a-member/.

Deadlines | The registration for the EAA annual meeting is now open. For an overview on deadlines see: https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/Deadlines.

The following dates are particularly important:

  • The call for papers/posters opens on 16 December 2020 and closes on 11 February 2021.
  • The call for travel grants applications opens on 29 March 2021 (https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/grants ).
  • The deadline for early bird EAA membership fee is 31 March 2021.
  • The deadline for early bird Annual Meeting registration fee is 6 April 2021.

 

We hope that this unique format for the 12th IMPR will lead to a fruitful exchange beyond the respective discipline boundaries, while maintaining the possibilities for expert discussion among specialists, and widening our horizons.

 

We look forward to receiving your contributions and meeting you, both virtually and hopefully also in person!

Best wishes, and stay healthy!

 

For the 12th IMPR organizing committee Marta Dal Corso, Ákos Pető, Welmoed Out, Luc Vrydaghs, Ana Polo-Díaz, Wiebke Kirleis, Svetlana Khamnueva-Wendt, Stefan Dreibrodt, Alexandre Chevalier

 

 

First circular

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First Circular

The International Phytolith Society together with the host institution Kiel University (Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel)  are glad to welcome you to the 12th IMPR!

 

Where/When

The event will find place in Kiel (Germany) In  September 9 -12, 2020.

 

Important dates

The dates of the conference are 09.–12.09.2020 (Wednesday–Saturday).

The call for abstract and early bird registration will open on the 15.01.2020 and close on the 15.05.2020.

>>> Due to institute administrative problems, the registration will open on 29.02.2020. We are sorry for the inconveniece! 

 

Contact

E-mail: 12impr@email.uni-kiel.de

Tel. 0049 (0)431 880 2338

Fax. 0049 (0)431 880 7300

 

Sessions (to be updated)

The sessions will be announced soon, they will concern for instance:

1. phytoliths morphology, taxonomy, nomenclature

2. phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental study in palaeo-ecology

3. phytoliths in integrated multiproxy approaches in archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies

4. phytoliths in geoarchaeology and micromorphology

5. phytoliths formation, morphometry, quantification and role in modern plants

6. silica, carbon and hydrogen biochemical cycles

 

 

Looking forward to welcome you in Kiel!

Best wishes,

 

Organizing & scientific committees

 

Download first circular (pdf)

 

Sessions

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Sessions

 

Hereafter we present the list of sessions related to phytolith research. In their abstracts you can read more about the session contents and main research questions: abstracts of the sessions (pdf)

Since the 12th IMPR has been merged with the 27th Annual Meeting of the EAA (European Association of Archaeologists), you will find the IMPR-sessions also in the EAA website under Scientific Program. Scientific Program

Your contribution for oral/poster presentation is very welcome!!!

 

List of sessions

 

IMPR-sessions:

• #246 - Phytoliths in integrated archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies

• #251 - Phytolith identification, classification and morphometry

• #256 - Phytoliths biogeochemistry - From phytoliths formation and role in modern plants to new proxies for archaeology and palaeoecology

• #319 - Phytoliths in geoarchaeology and micromorphology

• #340 - Phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction

IMPR-microscopy session:

• #342 - Phytoliths in soil thin sections

General EAA-session:

• #326 - Everything you always wanted to know about phytoliths (but were afraid to ask): Their contribution to the modelling of past human behavior

Registration

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Registration

 

News April 2021!

The 27th Annual Meeting of the EAA, which includes the scientific sessions of the 12th IMPR, will take place online only. After this decision, the conference fee has been 50% reduced in respect to what previously announced. The registration (or conference) fee is now the following:

 

NEW Annual Meeting registration fees

Flat registration fees apply to the Annual Meeting (online) participation because of their respective costs (especially preparation of the online programme and the software).

Full (A country): 90 EUR

Full (B country): 60 EUR

Student / Retired (A country): 60 EUR

Student / Retired (B country): 50 EUR

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Categories of EAA membership & Annual Meeting registration fee

(based on the place where you work, study or reside, rather than your nationality):

A: Andorra, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cayman Islands, Channel Islands, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR (China), Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Rep., Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macao SAR (China), Monaco, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Singapore, Saint-Maarten (Dutch part), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City.

B: any other country not listed in A category

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Cancellation**

Cancellations received by 22 April 2021: full refund
Cancellations between 23 April - 13 July 2021: full refund less 15 EUR handling fee
Deadline for last cancellation: no refund from 14 July 2021

In case of cancellation of both onsite and online Annual Meeting, registration fees less € 30 handling fee will be refunded.

The EAA Secretariat must be notified about the cancellation of the registration in writing at helpdesk@e-a-a.org.

** Applies to the Annual Meeting registration. Cancellation of EAA membership is not possible. It is also not possible to transfer the Annual Meeting registration to another person

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EAA membership, IPS membership

The EAA and IPS memberships have not changed, see prices in the previous posts below or in the following links: 

Webpage EAA Registration policy

Webpage IPS Become a member

 

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Registration

 

You can find the new registration policy here: registration policy

 

27th EAA Registration policy

 

The 27th EAA Annual Meeting is conceived as a hybrid event, allowing both in-person and remote participation; the complete academic program will be available online. Flat registration fees (see below) apply to both in-person and remote participation. Registration fees may be reviewed if onsite participation becomes impossible due to EU- / state- / institutionally imposed restrictions and/or the 27th EAA Annual Meeting is held in online format only.

Any individual cancellation must follow the cancellation policy (see below).

Please note that all Annual Meeting participants have to be current (2021) EAA members and have to register (pay Annual Meeting registration fee) for the Annual Meeting. If you are not a current EAA member, you will be asked to choose from membership categories first and your membership fee will be placed into your cart (you can pay both registration fee and membership fee in a single transaction).

If you want to present a contribution (talk/poster) to IMPR-Sessions, you need to be IPS member. If you will participate exclusively to IMPR-Sessions, you can be exempted from payment of the EAA membership. In any case, you need to create an account as EAA member. Below you find further information on these topics.

For more information about EAA membership, please go to www.eaa.org Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the EAA Office at helpdesk@eaa.org

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Categories of EAA membership & Annual Meeting registration

(based on the place where you work, study or reside, rather than your nationality):

A: Andorra, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cayman Islands, Channel Islands, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR (China), Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Rep., Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macao SAR (China), Monaco, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Singapore, Saint-Maarten (Dutch part), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City.

B: any other country not listed in A category

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EAA Membership Type - A / B Category

(according to country of residence)

Full: 95 / 60 EUR

Student: 65 / 50 EUR (undergraduate, graduate and PhD students)

Retired: 70 / 50 EUR (incl. retirement for medical reasons)

Family: 120 / 70 EUR (partners who share 1 printed copy of the EJA)

Life: 900 EUR Corporate: 1600 / 700 EUR (institutions)

Early bird fee until 31 March - 5 EUR discount.

To create your EAA account go to: https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/membership

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IMPR Sessions

IPS Membership: To present a contribution (talk/poster) to IMPR-Sessions, you need to be a member of the International Phytolith Society (IPS). You can find subscription form and payment details at https://phytoliths.org/become-a-member/

Regular: $35 until December 31, 2020

Student/Low income country: $20 until December 31, 2020

If you will participate exclusively to IMPR-Sessions, send an email to 12impr@email.uni-kiel.de with subject “EAA membership exemption”. In the message please specify your name, affiliation and EAA membership ID number. You will obtain your EAA ID after the creation of an EAA account (see above), do not proceed to payment, and validate your EAA account by logging in and out at https://eaa.klinkhamergroup.com/eaa2021

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Annual Meeting registration fees before / after 6 April

For everybody

Flat registration fees apply to both in-person and remote Annual Meeting participation because of their respective costs. Please make sure to update your preference for onsite / online participation by 12 April in the event registration system - it will help us in planning the event.

Full (A country): 180 / 210 EUR

Full (B country): 120 / 150 EUR

Student / Retired (A country): 120 / 150 EUR

Student / Retired (B country): 100 / 130 EUR

Onsite accompanying person (guest): 100 EUR

Social events fees

Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception: free for registered delegates and guests

Annual Party: free for registered delegates and guests

Annual Membership Business Meeting: free for EAA members

Annual Dinner: price to be specified MERC Party: price to be specified

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Cancellation**

Cancellations received by 23 April 2021: full refund

Cancellations between 24 April - 13 July 2021: full refund less € 30 handling fee

Deadline for last cancellation: no refund from 14 July 2021

Deadline for last cancellation of excursions: to be specified

In case of cancellation of both onsite and online Annual Meeting, registration fees less € 30 handling fee will be refunded.

The EAA Secretariat must be notified about the cancellation of the registration in writing at helpdesk@e-a-a.org.

** Applies to the Annual Meeting registration. Cancellation of EAA membership is not possible. It is also not possible to transfer the Annual Meeting registration to another person

Abstract submission

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Abstract submission

 

Abstract submission is now closed.

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Venue and transport

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The meeting will take place online only. 

 

Hosting Institution

Christian-Albrechts-Universität
CAU Campus, Olshausenstrasse 40,
D-24118 Kiel, Germany

 

 


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Committees

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Scientific committee for IMPR-sessions at 27th EAA Annual Meeting

 

Organisers

 

  • Marta Dal Corso (contact person)
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany/Palynology, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Welmoed Out
    Dept. of Archaeological Science and Conservation, Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus (Denmark)
  • Ákos Petö
    Department of Nature Conservation and Landscape Ecology, Institute of Nature Conservation and Landscape Management, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Luc Vrydaghs
    Maritime Cultures Research Institute (MARI), Department of Art Studies and Archaeology, Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
  • Wiebke Kirleis
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany/Palynology, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)

In collaboration with

  • Ana Polo Diaz
    Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Stefan Dreibrodt
    Department of Geoarchaeology, Institute for Ecosystem Research, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Alexandre Chevalier
    Archaeosciences Unit Do Earth and Life History, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Belgium 
  • Svetlana Kamunheva-Wendt
    Department of Geoarchaeology, Institute for Ecosystem Research, Kiel University (Germany)

 

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  • Janine Cordts
    Graphic Department, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)

 

Contact for the 27th EAA Annual Meeting

 

EAA Office

www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/Contact

 

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ARCHIVE (2019-2020)

This page shows what had been published at the end of 2019 and at the beginning of 2020, when the 12th IMPR had to take place in September 2020. This information is therefore no longer valid. 

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SESSIONS

1) Phytolith morphology, nomenclature, taxonomy and morphometry

The session “Phytoliths morphology, nomenclature, taxonomy and morphometry” welcomes contributions in the study of phytolith taxonomy, including the application of the ICPN 2.0. Within the session we look also for studies that enhance interpretations based on phytolith morphometric advances besides morphological characteristics.

2) Phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction

Within this session “Phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction” contributions are welcome that use phytoliths by themselves thogether with other proxies, for palaeoecological reconstruction of past environments and vegetation history.

3) Phytoliths in integrated archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies

The session “Phytoliths in integrated archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies” is dedicated to the application of phytoliths in archaeological contexts and materials. Contributions that show comparison of the phytolith record with the records from other archaeobotanical materials (starch, macrofossils, charcoal, pollen and NPPs, plant biomarkers), as well as with archaeological and ethnographic insights, are particularly welcome.

4) Phytoliths in geoarchaeology and micromorphology

In the session “Phytoliths in geoarchaeology and micromorphology” we look for contributions that present the application of phytolith analysis in micromorphology. In addition, issues of phytolith taphonomy and deposit formation influencing the phytolith record are welcome. A microscopy workshop related to this session will be also organised.

5) Phytolith formation, quantification and role in modern plants

Studies on the processes of phytoliths formation and on taphonomy through experimental approaches and modern reference collections are at the core of the session “Phytoliths formation, quantification and role in modern plants”.

6) Phytoliths and the biogeochemical cycles of silicon and carbon

The session “Phytoliths and the biogeochemical cycles of silicon and carbon" welcomes studies of biogeochemical components within phytoliths and the application of isotopic analysis and radiocarbon dating based on the phytolith records.

 

REGISTRATION

To register please download the registraton form (pdf) from the following link:

Registration form

Compile the registration form and send it, together with the proof of payment, to 12impr@email.uni-kiel.de

The conference fee includes book of abstracts, conference bag, lunch break and refreshments during coffe-breaks and ice-breaker.

For early bird registration, the deadline for payment is the 15th of May 2020 (included).

Conference rates (price before / after 15.05.2020):

  • Full, country A: 180€ / 200€ 
  • Reduced for students, country A: 150€ / 170€ 
  • Full, country B: 100€ / 120€
  • Reduced for students, country B: 80€ / 100€
  • Reduction for IPS members (with updated membership for year 2020): 30€ discount on the abovementioned categories

Extra rates:

  • Conference dinner: 40€
  • Excursion: 30€
  • Accompanying person (price per day): 25€

Country categories

Country categories for the fee are based on the place of work, of study or of residence, rather than nationality.
A: Andorra, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cayman Islands, Channel Islands, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR (China), Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Rep., Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macao SAR (China), Monaco, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Singapore, Saint-Maarten (Dutch part), Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City.
B: any other country not listed in A category

Payment

Payment is possible via bank transfer only. Payment in cash will be possible on the day of the conference (please in this case contact the office first). 
Payment must be transferred to the following account:

Account holder: Finanzministerium S.-H.-Landeskasse
Bank: Bundesbank Hamburg 
IBAN: DE82 2000 0000 0020 2015 77
BIC-code: MARKDEF1200
IMPORTANT! Please specify as reason for payment: “Phytolith Meeting” and your name

Travel grants

To support the participation of young scholars and of researchers from emergent countries, some travel grants of 300€ are available for presenting authors.
Elegible candidates are master students and PhD students (countries A, B), as well as postdoctoral researchers (countries B). 
The grant can be used to pay the conference fee, travel expenses and accommodation connected with the workshop (excluding the conference dinner). Application for the travel grant is possible only for presenting participants via the abstract form until the 15th of May 2020. Communication about the travel grants will be given to applicants after abstract acceptance, indicatively by the 15th of June 2020

Childcare

We offer childcare for workshop participants. Please indicate your interest in the registration form. We will get in touch for details.

Cancellation

Cancellations received before 15.06.2020: full refund
Cancellations between 16.06 – 15.07.2020: full refund less € 30 handling fee
No refund for cancellations from 16.07.2020 onwards.

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

We welcome oral and poster presentations. Abstracts for papers or posters addressing one or more of the six sessions can be submitted until the 15th of May 2020. Acceptance notifications will be sent by the 15th of June 2020

To submit, please download the form (pdf) available in the link: abstract form.

Workshop language is English. Abstracts should be of max. 250 words. In case of multiple authors, please add an asterisk (*) after the name of the corresponding author.

If you would like to give more than one contribution, please submit one abstarct form for each contribution.

Please compile and send your abstract(s) to 12impr@email.uni-kiel.de

Sessions

  • Session 1: Phytolith morphology, nomenclature, taxonomy and morphometry
  • Session 2: Phytoliths as a proxy for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction
  • Session 3: Phytoliths in integrated archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological studies
  • Session 4: Phytoliths in geoarchaeology and soil micromorphology
  • Session 5: Phytolith formation, quantification and role in modern plants
  • Session 6: Phytoliths and the biogeochemical cycles of silicon and carbon 
  • Microscopy session: Phytoliths in soil thin sections

You will find more information about the sessions under the tab Sessions.

Talks and posters 

Indicatively, the oral presentations may last max. 15 minutes (incl. discussion). Key-note presentations may last 30 minutes (incl. discussion).

For posters, only portait format is allowed for a maximal size within din A0 (width 841 mm x height 1189 mm / width 33.1 x height 46.8 in). 

If there are too many applications, the organisers reserve the right to suggest a change from required talks to posters.


We are looking forward to meeting you in Kiel!

 

Organising and scientific committees

 

Local organisers

  • Marta Dal Corso (contact person)
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany/Palynology, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Jingping An
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Wiebke Kirleis
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany/Palynology, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Walter Dörfler
    Department of Environmental Archaeology/Archaeobotany/Palynology, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Stefan Dreibrodt
    Department of Geoarchaeology, Institute for Ecosystem Research, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Svetlana Kamunheva-Wendt
    Department of Geoarchaeology, Institute for Ecosystem Research, Kiel University (Germany)

 

Organisers from external institutions

  • Welmoed Out
    Dept. of Archaeological Science and Conservation, Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus (Denmark)
  • Ákos Petö
    Department of Nature Conservation and Landscape Ecology, Institute of Nature Conservation and Landscape Management, Szent István University (Hungary)
  • Luc Vrydaghs
    Maritime Cultures Research Institute (MARI), Department of Art Studies and Archaeology, Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
  • Ana Polo Diaz
    Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK

 

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  • Janine Cordts
    Graphic Department, Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University (Germany)

 

Local Office

  • Yasmin Dannath
    Project Coordinator Botanical Platform, Excellence Cluster ROOTS, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Angelika Hoffmann
    Office, Johanna Mestorf Academy, Kiel University (Germany)
  • Ann-Katrin Walther 

       Office, Cluster ROOTS, Kiel University (Germany)

 

Venue

Hans-Heinrich-Driftmann-Hörsaal
Christian-Albrechts-Universität
Olshausenstrasse 75,
D-24118 Kiel, Germany


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abstracts

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