EMFA 2021 - 9th European Meeting on Forensic Archaeology

hosted by University of Geneva and ICRC

University of Geneva at ICRC Humanitarium

Start: Thursday, 26 Aug 2021 09:00

End: Friday, 27 Aug 2021 18:00

  • Welcome

    Dear members and participants,

    On behalf of the ENFSI, the 9th European Meeting on Forensic Archaeology (EMFA 2020) this year will be organised by the University of Geneva in partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

    Dear Colleagues,

    After careful consideration and evaluation of all information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University Center of Legal Medicine Lausanne - Geneva (CURML), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the EMFA board has made the difficult decision to postpone the meeting originally planned for August 20-21, 2020 in Geneva, Switzerland to August 26-27, 2021. This was not an easy decision to make, but due to the current situation we had no other option. 

    The good news are, the EMFA in Geneva is not cancelled and we are happy to have the opportunity meeting you all in the beautiful city of Geneva during summer time in 2021.

    The abstract submission process will be open for 2021 and you can continue to send in your abstracts. Furthermore, we will keep all submitted abstracts. If you wish to update or present a new research topic, feel free to modify or submit a new abstract. Participants who have already paid the fee can maintain the registration as it will be valid for EMFA 2021. Please let us know if you wish a refund. 

    New deadlines for abstract submission and registration will be available until end of this year. The conference website (https://www.xing-events.com/EMFA2020.html) will be kept open. New dates and all relevant information will be updated.

     In the meantime, we welcome your questions (info-emfa2020@unige.ch) and we thank you very much for your understanding and your support. We wish you and your loved ones good health throughout this difficult time. 

    We look forward to seeing all of you in Geneva in 2021!

    Kind regards,

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee
    Dr Negahnaz Moghaddam

    We hope you will stay safe and healthy!

  • Event description and registration

    Every year this scientific meeting brings together practitioners, researchers and educators from around Europe and beyond who are engaged in the field of forensic archaeology. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the current state and future developments of forensic archaeology; to meet and engage with colleagues; to present forensic case studies, research and development in the following areas: archaeology, anthropology, GIS, geophysics, human taphonomy, geology and the destruction of cultural heritage; and to inform you about the advancement of the ENFSI forum for Forensic Archaeology.  

    Registration and payment:

    A 130 EU fee is requested to cover conference costs.

    The registration fee includes: Conference attendance, coffee breaks, lunches and the social dinner at the Brasserie de L’Ile http://www.brasseriedeshallesdelile.ch/


    Deadline for registration: 15th of July 2021

    For registration purchase the online ticket here below.  

    If you have additional enquiries on the event send an e-mail to: info-emfa2020@unige.ch

  • Ticket

    Category Amount Still available Price (gross)* Price (net) Amount
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    € 130.00
    € 120.71
    € 0.00
    * incl. legal VAT

Short event description

9th European Meeting on Forensic Archaeology Post-poned to August 26-27th 2021, Geneva, Switzerland Organized by the University of Geneva, the ICRC and the ENFSI Group Forensic Archaeology


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    Event venue address

    University of Geneva at ICRC Humanitarium 17 Avenue de la paix https://www.icrc.org/fr/humanitarium 1202 Genève Switzerland


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