FAME Forum 2017 provisional programme




The day begins with registration and coffee at 9.30

9.45 Welcome and Introduction

Morning session (Chair Tim Malim)

10.00 -10.25: Nick Shepherd, CEO FAME, What does innovation mean? What are the barriers to and opportunities for innovation in UK archaeology?

10.25 -10.50: Quintin Carrol, Chair ALGAO England, Supporting innovation through the planning process

10.50-11.15: Helen Wass, Head of Heritage, HS2, Innovative archaeology on Europe’s largest construction project

11.15 -11.30: Questions

11.30 -12.00: Networking break

12.00-12.30: William Reddaway, Head of Innovation, Murphy Group plc, Innovation on large civils projects

12.30 -13.00: Panel Discussion: How can we encourage innovation in archaeology?

13.00-14.00 Buffet Lunch

Afternoon Session (Chair Nick Shepherd)

14.00 -14.20: Jay Carver, 4AD Consultants, Innovative archaeology on Crossrail. What does the future hold for new ways of working?

14.20 – 14.40: Dr Rebecca Bennet, PTS Consultancy, The latest developments in LiDAR and remote sensing

14.40 – 15.00: Paul Bryan, Geospatial Imaging Manager Historic England, The latest developments in how archaeology can use Building Information Management and how this is captured in the latest HE guidance

15.00 – 15.20: Professor Sam Turner, Newcastle University, Innovating in landscape archaeology –using OSL to date earthworks.

15.20 -15.30: Questions

15.30 -15.45: Audience discussion: What are the key themes for innovation over the next few years?

The conference will close with tea at 15.45