9.30-9.45: Ton Derks, Word of welcome and introduction
9.45-10.15: Nico Roymans, "Elite burials, interregional connectivity and societal change in the 5th century BC Lower Rhine-Meuse region"
10.15-10.45: Colin Haselgrove, "Coins, connectivities and coming together in Europe in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC"
11.15-11.45: Sabine Hornung, "Titus Labienus' conquest of the Treveri and its archaeological implications - A change in perspective"
11.45-12.15: Manuel Fernandez-Götz, "Regionality and Connectivity in the Roman Iron Age of Northern Britan"
13.15-13.45: Maaike Groot, "A long-term perspective on animal husbandry in the Netherlands: chronological developments and regional differences"
13.45-14.15: Marion Brüggler, "Settlement development from the Late Iron Age to the Early Middle Ages on the Lower Rhine (Germany)"
14.15-14.45: Lisette Kootker & Stijn Heeren, "Unveiling Population Dynamics: An Archaeological and Quantitative Isotope Investigation of the Lower Rhine Borderscape from the Iron Age to the Early Medieval Period"