CAA Netherlands - Flanders

Our organisation seeks to bring together professionals and students based in the Netherlands and Flanders with an interest in archaeology, mathematics and computer science and encourage communication and discussion between those disciplines.

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CAA chapter meeting 2015 - call for abstracts

The CAA Netherlands-Flanders chapter meeting 2015 zal worden gehouden op de Universiteit van Amsterdam, 22-23 oktober.

CAA-NL-FL is op zoek naar abstracts die kunnen worden ingediend tot 30 augustus 2015.

De registratie voor de meeting is open.

Zie voor gedetailleerde informatie en de registratieprocedure de meeting pagina op deze site:

CAA Germany – CAA Netherlands Flanders Third Joint Chapter Meeting 2014 - news

During the general meeting at CAA chapter meeting 2014 the chair vacancy left after the resigment of Philip Verhagen has been taken up by Ronald Visser ( We welcome him!

For programme and abstracts of the meeting, please consult

Please find CAA-NL/FL now also on facebook:

CAA Netherlands & Flanders comittee vacancy

Our esteemed colleague dr. Philip Verhagen resigns from the organizing committee of CAA Netherlands & Flanders. Any member of CAA Netherlands & Flanders, that is, all participants of the last CAA Netherlands & Flanders meeting in Brussels, 4th and 5th of December 2013, with an interest in taking up this position can announce his/her candidacy by sending an email to the comittee (through

CAA Germany – CAA Netherlands Flanders Third Joint Chapter Meeting 2014 - update

We would like to announce that the programme for the CAA Germany – CAA Netherlands Flanders Third Joint Chapter Meeting 2014 in now online!

CAA Germany – CAA Netherlands Flanders Third Joint Chapter Meeting 2014

University of Cologne, October 3rd – 4th, 2014

The CAA chapters of Germany and Netherlands/Flanders, in conjunction with the University of Cologne, are happy to announce their upcoming biannual CAA Joint Chapter Meeting, to be held on October 3rd – 4th, 2014 in Cologne, Germany.

This conference will be the third in a row after two successful conferences in Münster (2010) and Groningen (2012). Like in previous years, participation is not limited to members of both CAA chapters but open to all interested colleagues. Students are especially welcome to attend.

Please refer to the CAA Germany site,, for Call for Papers, Topics and other pratical information.

Conflict Landscapes 2014, Universiteit Gent

The study of the archaeology of the First and Second World Wars has rapidly expanded over the last decade, not the least because of the approaching centennial of the First World War in 2014-18. These conflict landscapes and their surviving archaeological remains are mainly studied from two different approaches: either using contemporary historical aerial photographs or with modern day prospection techniques (oblique aerial photographs, Lidar, geophysical prospection techniques, etc…).

CAA chapter meeting 2013 - page updated

The CAA chapter meeting 2013 page has been updated with the presentations. Thanks all for participating!

CAA chapter meeting 2013 - registration open

Dear all,

The registration for the CAA chapter meeting 2013 in Brussels, 4th and 5th of December, is now open.

Login on the website, choose CAA chapter meeting 2013 group' from the 'User menu' and click on 'request group membership' under 'Group:'. You are now registered as a participant of the 2013 meeting.


Jitte Waagen

Update CAA chapter meeting 2013

The preliminary programme and abstracts can be found on the meeting page, registration will open shortly.

Please see or go to Meetings - CAA chapter meeting 2013 using the menu.

CAA chapter meeting 2013

Conference Brussels 4-5th December 2013, in collaboration with the Flemish Heritage Agency (

The focus of this conference is on the following themes:

- Innovative approaches of digital media in surveys and excavations (remote sensing, digital on-site registration, etc.);
- Standards and best practices for managing digital archives from such practices (databases, spatial data, etc.);
- The use of digital media in the research of war heritage.


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