Registration – Early bird now open

Early Bird Registrations for CAA International Auckland are now open until 29th February 2024.

Please click here to go to the registration page

Please note that CAA2024 will be a fully in-person event. Unfortunately, due to the costs involved, we can not offer hybrid / online participation.

Good to know: Participation in the conference, either as a speaker or as an attendee, is considered a benefit of CAA International members; this means that one should either become a (new) member or renew your annual CAA membership for 2024. The cost of this is managed by CAA International and range from €10 to €75, depending on your circumstances. Please visit the membership website for more information.

DEADLINES AND FEES

Fees are assigned based on an A/B system, according to your current country of residence*

All prices are in New Zealand Dollars (NZD)

Regular conference registration (Group A)

Early bird full fee (Group A) (deadline 29th February): $599.00 NZD
Late bird fee: $649.00 NZD

Concessionary conference registration (Group A)

Please note that the concessionary fee is tied to the concessionary membership. Consult the membership website for more information.

Early bird fee concessionary (deadline 29th February): $299.00 NZD
Late bird fee concessionary (deadline 26 March): $349.00 NZD

Regular conference registration (Group B)

Early bird full fee (deadline 29th February): $299.00 NZD
Late bird fee: $349.00 NZD

Concessionary conference registration (Group B)

Please note that the concessionary fee is tied to the concessionary membership. Consult the membership website for more information.

Early bird fee concessionary (deadline 29th February): $119.00 NZD
Late bird fee concessionary (deadline 26 March): $139.00 NZD

*Countries in Group A (Based upon the United Nations per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data from 2021): Andorra; Australia; Austria; Belgium; Bermuda; British Virgin Islands; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Cayman Islands; Cyprus; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Greenland; Hong Kong SAR (China); Iceland; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Korea, Republic of Kuwait; Liechtenstein; Luxembourg; Macao SAR (China); Malta; Monaco; Netherlands; New Caledonia; New Zealand; Norway; Puerto Rico; Qatar; San Marino; Singapore; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States of America

Countries in Group B: Any country not listed in the A category

Members will pay the rate corresponding to their country of residence. Residents of countries not listed in group A are eligible to pay the group B membership fee.

LUNCH

Please note that lunch is not included in the registration price. There are options around the University of Auckland campus. Alternatively, a lunch package add-on to your registration is $19.00 NZD per day (Available Tuesday – Thursday, and as an add-on for excursion participants on Friday).

SOCIAL EVENTS

Upon registration, you will be able to opt-in for social events, workshops, and the excursion.

Questions 

All questions regarding registration and payment can be addressed to: caa2024@caaconference.org

Policies

Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) is an international organisation bringing together archaeologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. Its mission is to encourage and facilitate dialogue between these disciplines, to provide an overview of the present state of the discipline, and to stimulate discussion to progress the field. The CAA Constitution, which is the overall governance document, is supplemented by policies that provide more specific details about the organisation’s operations and responsibilities as well as expectations for individuals participating in the CAA community.

CAA’s Executive Steering Committee (ESC), in collaboration with key CAA members, periodically assess the policies to ensure that they reflect the current needs of the organisation and the membership. Major new policies as well as proposed revisions not required by law are voted on by the membership, usually at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), and must be approved by a two-thirds majority to be enacted.  

Cancellation policy

CAA2024 is organised through the University of Auckland Events Services. All conference cancellations and requests for refunds must be made in writing by the purchaser as indicated below. Requests must be sent to Event Services eventsadmin@auckland.ac.nz. Telephone requests will not be honoured. When the conference registration fees are inclusive of morning and afternoon teas, lunches, welcome reception, conference dinner, or excursions, no discount or refunds are available for delegates who do not wish to attend these events.

Registrations are not fully refundable. In all cases, an administration charges will always be payable.

Partial Refunds – To receive a partial refund, Event Services must receive written requests no later than 90 days prior. Partial refunds will available at the discretion of the organising committee.

No Refunds – Requests for refunds received by Event Services after within 90 days of the conference will not be eligible for a refund.

No Refunds – Absentee at the conference Refunds are not available at any time for absentee delegates.

Alternative to cancellation – Transfer Registration may be transferred to another person from your organisation. Event Services must be advised in writing of the change at least 72 hours prior to the conference.

Emergency Illness or Death of Registrant or Immediate Family Member: Refunds may be granted if an attendee is unable to attend the Conference due to a family death, illness, or other extraordinary circumstance. In such circumstances, Event Services may be contacted by phone or email.

Event Services shall not be required to refund any fees or charges paid in addition to the Face Value of the Registration for example, any Handling Fee or postage or courier charges except where required by applicable New Zealand law. No interest or costs will be payable in respect of any monies refunded. Neither Event Services nor the organiser will be liable for any associated costs, expenses or loss (including, without limitation, any indirect and/or consequential loss, such as for travel to the Venue or any accommodation costs).