International symposium on "Artificial Intelligence and Applied Mathematics for History and Archaeology" (IAMAHA)

Published on November 20, 2023 Updated on November 24, 2023

from November 27, 2023 to November 28, 2023

Campus Valrose
Théatre du Grand Château de Valrose
28, avenue de Valrose 
06000 Nice, France

The 1st international conference on "Artificial Intelligence and Applied Mathematics for History and Archaeology" (IAMAHA) will be held in Nice on 27 and 28 November 2023.


This colloquium, co-organised by CEPAM, Inria and the I3S laboratory, aims to take stock of research into the progress of quantitative and artificial intelligence methods in History and Archaeology. It is an interdisciplinary event aimed at researchers in these disciplines, bringing them together for the first time in an international dynamic.

This conference is particularly interested in the contributions of artificial intelligence and applied mathematics to History and Philology, the Arts and Archaeology of the Built Environment, the study of materials from the past (lithic, ceramic, organic, etc.) and the modelling of socio-environmental systems.



  • CEPAM Laboratory - Cultures and Environments Prehistory, Antiquity, Middle Ages (Marco Corneli and Isabelle Théry)
  • I3S Laboratory - Sophia Antipolis Computer Science, Signals and Systems Laboratory (Frédéric Précioso)
  • CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (Luca Calatroni)

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  • International conference
  • Languages: French, English


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This colloquium is supported by the Société Française de Statistique, the Académie d'excellence 5 and the EUR ODYSSEE (École universitaire de recherche Sciences de la société et de l'environnement) of the Université Côte d'Azur. It is part of the Université Côte d'Azur's AI Week and the SOPHI.A Summit (to be held in Sophia Antipolis at the Mouratoglou hotel & resort from 22 to 24 November 2023).