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The registration desk at the Seminargebäude will be open on Wednesday 22nd, from 15:30h.

May 22nd 16:00-16:15 Welcome
Ecological impacts on human population and material culture 16:15-17:00 paper 1 Mapping the spatio-temporal structure of material culture across the Middle and Later Stone Age of eastern Africa Matt Grove, Lucy Timbrell, James Blinkhorn
17:00-17:45 paper 2 Tracking Movement: Models to reconstruct regional geographic variations of the sub-Saharan Early Iron Age Alex Mes
17:45-18:30 paper 3 Exploring the roles of demography and landscape use in Late Glacial and Holocene southern Scandinavia through eco-cultural niche modelling (ca. 13,500-6000 cal BP) Victor Lundström, Peter Yaworsky and Felix Riede
18:30- ice-breaker
May 23rd Insights from ethnoarchaeology and traditional ecological knowledge 9:00-9:45 paper 4 How Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Climate Science can Inform Archaeological Inferences. Predicting Good & Bad Harvest Years among Maya Subsistence Agriculturalists Karen L. Kramer and Russell D. Greaves
9:45-10:30 paper 5 Modelling past hunting strategies in arid ecosystems: gaining insights from the traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous experts in Namibia Eleftheria Paliou, Andreas Angourakis, Simon Kellers, Oliver Vogels
10:30-11:00 coffee break
11:00-11:45 paper 6 Pastoral footprint and the sustainable management of mountain landscapes: Computational approaches and long-term perspectives Francesco Carrer, Guillem Domingo Ribas, Iza Romanowska, Isaac Ullah
11:45-12:30 paper 7 Past, present, and future socio-ecological change across the Kenya–Tanzania borderlands: Multidisciplinary synthesis of land use and land cover change evidence Colin J. Courtney Mustaphi, Rebecca Kariuki, Linus Munishi, Anna Shoemaker, Claudia Capitani, Thomas J. Biginagwa, Peter Mwangi, Pamela Ochungo, Stefania Merlo, Simone Markoff, Sandra O. Brugger, Anneli Ekblom, Paul Lane, Rob Marchant
12:30-13:30 lunch break
Environmental challenges and decision-making 13:30-14:15 paper 8 Exploring Decision-Making in Prehistory: Beyond Optimization Theory Olga Palacios and Juan A. Barceló
14:15-15:00 paper 9 Risk-taking hunting practices unnecessary for survival in the Kawésqar society: unravelling the role of cooperation in hazardous avoidable scenarios. An ABM approach. Ivan Briz i Godino, Virginia Ahedo, Myrian Álvarez, José Ignacio Santos and José Manuel Galán
15:00-15:45 paper 10 Modeling the Role of Cooperation in Response to Adverse Environmental Conditions in the Inner Asian Mountain Corridor Maria Coto-Sarmiento, Abay Namen, Aris Varis and Radu Iovita
15:45-16:15 coffee break
poster session 16:15-16:30 poster 1 Understanding the spatiotemporal patterns of Western Europe first occupations: interdisciplinarity and computational modelling Carolina Cucart-Mora, Kamilla Lomborg, Jan-Olaf Reschke, Harry Hall, Mehdi Saqalli, Christine Hertler, Matt Grove and Marie-Hélène Moncel
16:30-16:45 poster 2 HESCOR – A new interdisciplinary project for investigating coupled Human and Earth System processes Johanna Hilpert, Jana Anvari, Shumon T. Hussain, Götz Ossendorf, Silviane Scharl, Isabell Schmidt, Andreas Maier
community news session 16:45-16:50 news 1 ABMA (Agent-based Modeling for Archaeologists) Karsten Lambers
16:50-16:55 news 2 NASSA (Network for Agent-based modelling of Socio-ecological Systems in Archaeology) Dries Daems and Andreas Angourakis
Keynote 17:00-18:00 Keynote Modeling, Data, and Open Science for Long Term Human Ecology Michael Barton
May 24th Anthropogenic impacts on the environment 9:00-9:45 paper 11 Modelling hunter-gatherer impact on interglacial vegetation in Europe Anastasia Nikulina and Fulco Scherjon
9:45-10:30 paper 12 Modelling human-environment interactions in the iconic Araucaria forests of southern Brazil through the Holocene Charlie A. Davies, J.S. Singarayer, O. J. Wilson, R. Cortele, J. Iriarte, F.E. Mayle
10:30-11:00 coffee break
11:00-11:45 paper 13 Modelling pre-Columbian maize agriculture in the Monumental Mound Region of Amazonian Bolivia: An Agent-based approach Joe Hirst, Joy Singarayer, Umberto Lombardo and Francis Mayle
11:45-12:30 paper 14 Simulating urban transformations and human-environment interactions during the first millennium BCE in southwest Anatolia Dries Daems
12:30-13:30 lunch break
Emergence, evolution and persistence in agricultural societies 13:30-14:15 paper 15 The network ecology of settlement persistence Kenneth B. Vernon and Scott Ortman
14:15-15:00 paper 16 "COME ON MESS AROUND". Developing a long-term Modelling approach to study Emerging Societal Systems in ancient southern Mesopotamia Maurits W. Ertsen, Dengxiao Lang, Reginald Cushing, Faruk Diblen, Olga Lyashevska, Stephanie Rost, and Ronald R.P. van Nooyen
15:00-15:45 paper 17 From Foraging to Farming: Exploring the Emergence of Agriculture through Agent-Based Modeling Michael Storozum and Nicholas Gauthier
15:45-16:15 coffee break
16:15-17:15 Final discussion