Special Issues arising from LED2021 are now complete, and for September and October 2022 all papers are free to access (Quaternary Geochronology, Radiation Measurements)
LED2021 is now over – talks and posters remain available for delegates to view until 8th October. E-mail sent on 27th Sept summarises the conference and has some final reminders
Summary of the recommendations of the working group for establishing a luminescence and ESR association are now available. This will be presented on Wednesday 15th Sept in the business meeting. Please attend
Talks and Posters for LED2021 can now be viewed by delegates. Detailed programme for whole conference is also now available. Log in to your LED2021 account now!
Manuscript submission deadline for Conference Special Issues 1st December 2021. Papers up to 8 pages in length. Log in to your LED2021 account for further information
Welcome to LED2021
LED 2021 will continue the tradition of Luminescence and Electron Spin Resonance Dating conferences that have occurred for more than 40 years. The last conference in this series was held in Cape Town in 2017, and the next conference in the series was to be held in person in Burgos in 2020 or 2021, but due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding COVID-19 it is not possible to meet in person at this time. However, to ensure that we can retain the opportunity to come together (albeit virtually) and present our latest research, there will be an online conference this year.
Conference organisation for LED2021 will be an international collaboration involving members of the standing Scientific Organising Committee with additional international representation. The LED2021 conference will be held online during the week 13-17th September 2021. It will provide an opportunity for the academic community around the world to come together to present the latest scientific research related to the development and application of luminescence and electron spin resonance methods and their application to archaeological, geological and geomorphological topics.
Papers presented at the conference will be eligible for submission to one of the special issues (Radiation Measurements, or Quaternary Geochronology). The conference strives to encourage postgraduate students and other early career researchers to present their work, as well as welcoming presentations from more established researchers.