Welcome to the CAA 2025 in Athens

Esteemed colleagues,

We are delighted to announce the 52nd CAA International Conference 2025 “Digital Horizons: Embracing Heritage in an Evolving World” in Athens, Greece, 5 – 9 May 2025, hosted at the University of West Attica.

The CAA International Conferences have long been recognized as hubs of scholarship, innovation, and collaboration in the realm of cultural heritage. The upcoming 2025 conference aims to build upon the rich legacy of past conferences and push the boundaries of discourse even further. CAA 2025 offers a compelling opportunity to address the pressing challenges and harness the potential of digital technologies in preserving, interpreting, and promoting cultural heritage.

An advantage of CAA 2025 lies in the chosen location: Athens. Steeped in history and renowned for its rich archaeological treasures, Athens provides a captivating backdrop for our conference. Participants will have the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the city’s cultural heritage, which perfectly aligns with the conference’s objectives.

The CAA 2025 organizing team comprises accomplished professionals with extensive expertise in cultural heritage, digital technologies, and sustainable development. Drawing on their collective experience, we are committed to curating an exceptional program featuring renowned keynote speakers, interactive workshops, and thought-provoking panel discussions. The conference aims to foster collaboration and networking opportunities by bringing together experts, researchers, and practitioners from diverse backgrounds. We envision a platform that facilitates meaningful knowledge exchange, partnership building, and future collaborations, with the potential to yield research collaborations, policy recommendations, and practical solutions.

To ensure a seamless experience, we have thoroughly planned logistics, forging strong relationships with local institutions, organizations, and key stakeholders. Their support, coupled with a variety of accommodation options and streamlined transportation arrangements, will ensure the comfort and convenience of all participants.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee,
George Pavlidis, Dorina Moullou