Academic program update

We invite 4 keynote speakers to the plenary session which will be held on 14 September. Titles and speakers are as follows (also you can check on ‘Program‘ page of our website). “Typology and morphometrics: How we see and interact with things”by Naoko Matsumoto, Professor, Okayama University “What Shape can tell us about Homo erectus’…

Abstract submission

We are pleased to announce that the abstract submission form (click to open new window) is now open. We welcome papers which discuss and/or use traditional and geometric morphometric methodologies to investigate aspects of the archaeological and anthropological records, from trial application of innovative and novel methodology to established research paper. Jump to the form…

Schedule update

We apologize for delay of preparation. Abstract submission and registration have not been opened yet. Soon to be announced new schedule. Sorry for inconvenience but please wait for a moment.

Academic Programs

Shape lovers! Following previous MORPH conferences, we’re going to hold hands on workshops on morphometrics and related subjects. We’ll invite 4 keynote speakers from archaeology and anthropology for organizing plenary session. Of course, the last day will be reserved for your papers. We’ll enjoy full of morphometrics 3 days in Sendai. Imagine how it will…

Welcome to MORPH 2019

We are pleased to announce that MORPH 2019 will be held at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. The Morph is annual academic conference focusing on archaeological and anthropological applications of both traditional and geometric morphometrics. Following the series of successes in UK and Denmark, the 4th conference will be the first-ever opportunity outside of Europe. Tohoku University,…