Below is a list of institutions that deal with Computational Archaeology. These include institutions that teach relevant courses as well as institutions that do research in that field.
- Computational Archaeology Laboratory at McGill University, a research group
- University of York, where you can study Archaeological Information Systems
- University of Southampton, where one can study archaeological computing as a post-grad student
- Centre for Cultural Informatics, a research group
- The Alexandria Archive Institute, a non-profit research organization that currently has some projects relevant to computational archaeology
- IOSA, an organization promoting the use of open source software for archaeology
- Cultural and Educational Technology Institute, an institute focused on researching the use of technology in the humanities field
- Archaeology in 3-D Laboratory at the Hibrew University of Jerusalem, a lab that deals with 3-D reconstruction modelling or archaeological artefacts.
- Computer Science department at Drexel University, which has a course on Computational Archaeology
- UCL Institute of Archaeology, where one can do their Masters degree in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology or Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials
- Computational Modelling Group at the University of Southampton, a research group that focuses on computational modelling, one of their topics being archaeology