Wednesday 14.09.2022
08:00 Registration
Time HG Room F7
08:30 P_03 Nicholas John Conard
  Dating the spread of modern humans and the extiction of archaic hominins in Eurasia
Time   HG Room F7   HG Room F5   HG Room D7.1
09:00 A06_01 Michael Josef Marx T02_01 Michael Dee C05_01 Tim Heaton
  The relevance of carbon dating for the study of Oriental manuscripts and the history of the Qurʾān On the Prospects for Compound-specific Radiocarbon Analysis of Carbohydrates Statistical challenges and opportunities when modelling multiple radiocarbon dates
09:20 A06_02 Laura Hendriks T02_02 Laura Van Der Sluis C05_02 Christopher Bronk Ramsey
  The Common Thread: Authenticating a Nazca tunic using combined dye analysis by LCMS and radiocarbon dating on a single fiber ZooMS identified chimeras – removing collagen-based cow glue contamination from Palaeolithic whale bone objects prior to radiocarbon dating Development of the IntCal database
09:40 A06_03 Ali Aghaei T02_03 Serena Barone C05_03 Jesper Olsen
  Carbon Dating versus Philology? Convergence of evidence for the dating of manuscripts of Central Library of the University of Tehran About The Issue Of Restorations And Possible Contaminations: A New Radiocarbon-Friendly Protocol For The Preservation Of Archaeological Bones In light of Marine20 – how old is the Greenland shark?
10:00 Coffee break
10:30 A06_04 Izabela Rzadeczka - Juga T02_04 Marian Scott G04_03 Manuel Ruben
  Unraveling the history of a Venetian antiphonary GIRI-results from the global intercomparison Quantifying fossil carbon utilization and release from eroding permafrost coastlines – results from an incubation experiment
10:50 A06_05 Emmanuelle Delque-Kolic T02_05 Brendan J. Culleton
G04_04 Elya Zazovskaya
  An original contribution to document some Khmer bronze statues : analysis and radiocarbon dating of their iron backbone Experimental Observations on Processing Leather, Skin and Parchment for Radiocarbon Dating Radiocarbon age of organic matter of supraglacial systems of mountain glaciers using the example of the Garabashi Glacier (Northern Caucasus)

11:10 A06_06 Marie-Gabrielle Durier T02_06 Brenda Capone G04_05 Rienk Smittenberg
  Geochronology ¹⁴C applied to organic coatings of musical instruments and other modern Heritage objects Is TiH₂ really necessary for Zn reduction? Discussion on graphitization at Circe Laboratory Insight in high alpine soil carbon dynamics from compound-specific and soil fraction radiocarbon analysis on a glacier forefield chronosequence
11:30 A06_07 Laura Hendriks
T02_07 Bethan Linscott G04_06 Hendrik Grotheer
/Queiroz Alves
  The application of radiocarbon dating of lead white in the study of polychrome stone sculptures  Achieving low backgrounds during compound-specific hydroxyproline dating: HPLC column effects  Export of pre-aged carbon to the Bay of Biscay at the end of the LGM 
11:50 A06_08 Geraldine Jacobsen T02_09 Caitlin Raymond  
  Radiocarbon dating contents from a two-handled combed ware jar from a burial chamber from Giza Dating the “C” in Crown: Developing a method to extract protein in tooth enamel for radiocarbon dating
12:10 A06_09 Natalia Piotrowska  
  Dating of wooden heritage objects in the Gliwice ¹⁴C and Mass Spectrometry Laboratory
12:30 Lunch
14:00 A06_10 Maria Emanuela Oddo T03_07 Kosuke Ota O01_04 Reka-Hajnalka Fulop
  A meta-analysis of available radiocarbon dates for the Early Iron Age in Italy Eruption History of Mt. Fuji Further Constrained Through Radiocarbon Dating of Fossil Pollen Automatically Extracted from Lake Motosu Sediments What we still need to learn: lessons from five years operation of the ANSTO in-situ ¹⁴C laboratory
14:20 A06_11 Marian Scott T03_08 Allen H Andrews O01_05 Catharina Dieleman
  Results and findings from an international mortar dating intercomparison MODIS2 Lifespan of fishes and LA-AMS – Investigations of maximum age for grouper and alligator gar Reconstructing the timing of Pleistocene glacier advances in the Swiss northern Alpine Foreland 
14:40 A06_12 Danuta Michalska T03_09 Kai Nakajima O01_06 Anne Sofie Søndergaard
  Grain fractions versus time intervals – mortars radiocarbon dating Going with the flow: rapid pollen sorting for radiocarbon analysis Developing an in-situ ¹⁴C chronology for North Greenland
15:00 A06_13 Gerard Barrett T03_10 Melina Wertnik O01_07 Nathaniel Lifton
  Ramped Pyrolysis Radiocarbon Dating of Lime Lumps: Establishing the Earliest Mortar-Based Construction Phase of Turku Cathedral, Finland Data Reduction for Rapid, Continuous Radiocarbon Measurements by Laser Ablation Studying LiBO₂ fluxes and low-temperature combustion systematics with a fully automated in situ cosmogenic ¹⁴C processing system at PRIME Lab
15:20 A06_14 Marie-Josée Nadeau T03_11 Oda Soichiro O01_08 Konstanze Stübner
  A case of mysterious identity: one of the earliest churches of medieval Trondheim, Norway Radiocarbon dating and differentiation of tsunami deposits from the Isumi River lowland, Eastern Boso Peninsula, Japan Calculating catchmentwide erosion rates using an existing online calculator
15:40 A06_15 Sturt Manning T03_12 Dragana Paleček O01_09 Alexandria Koester
  Progress towards a Byzantine-Medieval Historic Buildings Tree-Ring Chronology from Cyprus using dendrochronology and radiocarbon The comparison of four ¹⁴C pretreatment methods applied to archaeological shells from Vale Boi (Portugal) A software framework for calculating compositionally dependent in situ ¹⁴C production rates
16:00 Coffee & beer
  Poster Session 2
  D-floor (lower) EO-floor (middle) F-floor (upper)
  T02 T03, T04 A04, A05, A06, A07, O01
  presenters at posters presenters at posters presenters at posters
19:00 Conference Dinner