AARG Annual Meetings (1983-2014) and Workshops (1994-2014)
AARG 2017 Pula
Our next AARG annual meeting will be in Pula/Croatia from September 13-15.
The official conference website is: http://www.unipu.hr/aarg2017/ where you can register for the event.
See also the programme of the meeting.
AARG 2016 Pilsen
Our next AARG annual meeting will be in Pilsen from September 7-9. For more information, visit the official conference website: https://sites.google.com/site/aargpilsen2016/.
The conference will be at the museum: http://www.zcm.cz/profil-muzea.
AARG 2015 Santiago de Compostela
Our next AARG meeting will be hosted by the Institute of Heritage Sciences in Santiago de Compostela.
Date: September 9th untill September 11th.
The official website can be found at: aarg2015.incipit.csic.es
2015-09-09–2015-09-12 LocationSantiago de Compostela / Spain
AARG 2014 Dublin
September 24–26, Dublin / Ireland
24-26 September 2014.
Download Programme and Book of Abstracts!
Detailed information can be found at the official website
Landscapes or aerial data-to-knowledge, Public and crowdsourcing aerial archaeology, New technologies, Local session (Ireland), Aerial survey detail: top-down/bottom-up, Conflict archaeology: from the air.
Aerial Archaeology Research Group,
University College Dublin & Discovery Programme
Tara, Slane, Brú na Bóine, New Grange – Knowth via Dublin Airport
Closing date for all proposals (with title and abstract) is 31st May 2014
2014-09-24–2014-09-26 LocationDublin / Ireland
AARG 2013 Amersfoort / The Netherlands
Our next AARG meeting will be in Amersfoort, 26-28 September 2013.
It will be AARG’s 30th anniversary!
Detailed information can be found at the official website
2013-09-26–2013-09-28 LocationAmersfoort, The Netherlands
AARG 2012 Budapest / Hungary
Please, refer to the official website.
AARG Meeting Poznan 2011
Our next AARG meeting will be in Poznan, 21-24 September 2011.
Please, have a look at the Second Call for Papers
It will be a joint conference between AARG and EARSel
Visit the Official website: http://www.archeo.amu.edu.pl/aarg-earsel/
AARG 2010 Bucharest
Official website: http://aarg2010.cimec.ro
Forms for registration and accomodation:
2010-09-15–2010-09-19 LocationBucharest, Romania
AARG Meeting Siena 2009
Organised by the University of Siena, Italy, and
the Aerial Archaeology Research Group
AARG Meeting Ljubljana 2008
AARG Meeting, Copenhagen 2007
National Danish Agency for Cultural Heritage, H.C. Andersens Boulevard 2, DK-1553 Copenhagen
25-27 September, 2007
2007-09-25–2007-09-28 LocationNational Danish Agency for Cultural Heritage, H.C. Andersens Boulevard 2, DK-1553 Copenhagen
AARG 2006 BATH
University of Bath
Address for conference correspondence:
16 Bernard Terrace
Edinburgh, EH8 9NX
** Papers and posters are invited for both conference days **
Monday September 11th. Conference Day 1 - Provisional sessions:
‘Is mapping working?’/’Is flying failing?’; New projects
Tuesday September 12th. Conference Day 2 - Provisional sessions
Using historic aerial photographs; Postgraduate research; Digital photography; Aerial archaeology in the round
Wednesday September 13th . Conference Day 3
Field trip to selected prehistoric sites on Salisbury plain
Note: these session titles are provisional. All papers welcomed.
Offers for oral papers of 30 minutes duration (max), and poster presentations, are invited for the two conference days – see Chairman’s Piece AARGnews 32 for more detail. Closing date for abstracts is 31st May 2006.
AARG HAS A LIMITED NUMBERS OF STUDENT BURSARIES FOR AARG 2006
These are aimed at supporting bona fide students who are interested in aerial archaeology and who wish to attend. Anyone wishing to apply should write to Dave Cowley, RCAHMS, 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh, EH8 9NX, Scotland with information about their interests in archaeology and aerial archaeology, as well as their place of study. Annual closing date for applications is 1 July.
Aerial Archaeology Research Group website:http://aarg.univie.ac.at/
2006-09-11–2006-09-14 LocationBath, UK
AARG 2005 Leuven
2005-09-19–2005-09-22 LocationLeuven / Belgium
AARG 2004 Munich
2004-09-05–2004-09-09 LocationMunich / Germany
AARG 2003 Winchester
2003-09-02–2003-09-05 LocationWincherster / UK
AARG 2002 Canterbury
2002-09-10–2002-09-13 LocationCanterbury / UK
AARG 2001 Vienna
2001-09-19–2001-09-24 LocationVienna / Austria
AARG 2000 Aberdeen
2000-09-05–2000-09-08 LocationAberdeen / UK
AARG Meeting Bournemouth 1999
AARG ANNUAL MEETING 1999
Date: 13-15th September 1999
Place: Bournemouth University.
(content and running order may be subject to alteration)
Monday 13 September - AARG conference day
AARG Annual General Meeting
- Current Projects
- Exmoor National Park - Veryan Heal
- Developer-funded projects - Rog Palmer and Chris Cox
- West Yorkshire multidisciplinary project - Alison Deegan
- Technical and practical session
- Interpretation and mapping of vertical and oblique photographs using digital photogrammetry and GIS - Michael Doneus
- Men in black come down from sky: air photography from a Robinson R22 helicopter - Chris Musson
- Irwin Scollar's AirPhoto program - Rog Palmer
- Rapid large-area survey in Africa - Patrick Darling. Followed by a group practical exercise - comparison of rapid survey methods
Tuesday 14 September - Field trip to a site or sites "somewhere in Wessex..."
Wednesday 15 September - AARG conference day linked with EAA
- National survey projects
- Including reports from Poland, Latvia, Hungary, Jordan, England
- Heritage Management and "new" heritage topics
- Avebury World Heritage Site - Melanie Pomeroy
- Urban landscapes - Kate Clarke
- 20th Century military heritage - Mike Anderton
- Industrial landscapes - Mark Bowden
- Aerial archaeology: towards postprocessual thinking - Wlodek Raczkowski
Session will end before the opening of the EAA conference at 15.00 hrs.
1999-09-13–1999-09-16 LocationBournemouth University
AARG Meeting York 1998
AARG ANNUAL MEETING 1998
Date: 10-12th September 1998
Place: College of Ripon and York St. John, York.
This year's meeting takes place in York, host city to the Arts Council UK Year of Photography and the Electronic Image. In addition to the standard AARG meeting and field trip (a day's visit to the Yorkshire Dales), this year's conference will incorporate a public dayschool on Saturday 12th September. Its title will be:
Archaeological aerial photography past, present, future
The Aerial Archaeology Research Group presents a day of talks, demonstrations and displays, covering the history and development of the study of the past using aerial photography.
Saturday 12 September 1998 10.00 - 16.00
Temple Hall, College of Ripon and York St John
Images of history
10.00-10.45 Bob Bewley - From Military to Civilian: a brief history of aerial archaeology
10.45-11.30 Gordon Maxwell - Impulse of Delight: aerial enlightenment and archaeology in Scotland
11.30-12.00 Chris Going - Historic aerial photographs from WWII
12.00-13.30 - Lunch - Free time for viewing exhibitions and demonstrations
Images of the future
13.30-13.50 Michael Doneus - mapping using GIS and landscape modelling
Images of Yorkshire
13.50-14.10 Graham Lee - From There to Here : moving on from the aerial evidence
14.10-14.30 Rob White - Aerial survey and mapping for landscape management in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
14.30-15.00 Cathy Stoertz - Glimpses of Ancient Landscapes: the Yorkshire Wolds
15.00-15.20 Pete Horne/Dave MacLeod - Flying backwards around Yorkshire
Flying backwards around the world...
15.20-16.00 A slide show of stunning images based on the best of international aerial archaeology
16.00 - 16.30 - Tea - and final viewing time
1998-09-10–1998-09-13 LocationCollege of Ripon and York St. John, York.
Aerial Archaeological Training Week Poland 1998
Official course statistics
|46 participants from 14 countries: (23 students; 15 tutors, pilots and guest lecturers; 8 staff)
6 combined British (3 English, 1 Scottish,1 Welsh, 1 mid-Atlantic)
|Otto Braasch||23||33 hrs 19|
|Tomas Janicek||16||19 hrs 05|
|Micolai Zdun (Wilga)||6||10 hrs 05|
|Total||45||62 hrs 29|
|Total student air time||138 hrs 15|
|Approximately 160m of film was exposed - according to our calculations, this is equivalent to three times the length of the long water-chute at the Hotel Akwawit, Leszno (although to the best of our knowledge this comparison was not experimentally verified by the early-morning swimmers).|
|Students with most air time:|
|Male:||Jacek Nowakowski||(5 flights - 7 hrs 17)|
|Female:||Agnieszka Martyniuk||(4 flights - 5 hrs 44)|
1998-07-03–1998-07-10 LocationLeszno / Poland
AARG 1997 Edinburgh
1997-09-17–1997-09-20 LocationEdinburgh / UK
AARG 1995 Lincoln
1995-09-20–1995-09-22 LocationLincoln / UK
AARG 1994 St. Ives
1994-10-19–1994-10-30 LocationSt. Ives / UK
AARG 1993 Abergavenny
1993-09-20–1993-09-21 LocationAbergavenny / UK
AARG 1992 Dublin
1992-09-17–1992-09-19 LocationDublin / Ireland
AARG 1990 York
1990-09-25–1990-09-26 LocationYork / UK
AARG 1989 Bradford
1989-09-26–1989-09-27 LocationBradford / UK
AARG 1988 Bristol
1988-09-28–1988-09-29 LocationBristol / UK
AARG 1985/2 Cambridge
1985-09-09–1985-09-10 LocationCambridge / UK
AARG 1985/1 Cambridge
1985-01-07–1985-01-08 LocationCambridge / UK
AARG 1984 Cambridge
1984-03-26–1984-03-28 LocationCambridge / UK