The next IMAA workshop will take place at in the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science, University of Reading, UK, on 15th and 16th February 2020. The workshop has been celebrated annually since 2016 and aims to bring together specialists in geoarchaeology, NPPs, palynology, plant macroremains, and phytoliths who are working in universities, major heritage organisations, and commercial archaeology companies in order to share research and skills. The event is a 2 day workshop, which includes oral presentations, poster sessions and microscope sessions.
The deadline for abstracts has now passed. Thank you to everyone who has submitted abstracts. As a result, we have a full and exciting programme of talks and microscopy sessions for the workshop. Details about registration will be circulated soon.
Spaces at the workshop are limited to 45 participants and priority will be given to those people who are presenting research and bringing samples to observe in the microscopy sessions. There is no participation fee to attend the workshop.
Please note that the meal is at participants own expense (£20 per person), and it will take place at our local Indian restaurant, The Sizzling Spice.