On Saturday 18th, I attended at a meeting of Oumi Kidzuka Kenkyukai.
The main topic at this meeting is "What can we get? (2) For extending our prospects for archaeology: theory and applications on archaeological information systems". Two researchers presented their approaches to application methods of archaeological database and Geographical Informations System (GIS), and discussions on them grew warm.
Although these presentations were not associated with archaeobotany, this meeting was useful for expanding my view (broadening my prospects).