Heritage Science Austria is cordially inviting you to the special session co-organized within IAEA workshop on 16th June, 14:00 at TU Wien (TUtheSky).
You can follow the presentation of this session online (via Microsoft Teams). Please use this link (requires registration): https://msteams.link/7EXM
Heritage Science Austria session program on 16th June at TUtheSky:
|14:00-14:20||Opening and welcome|
|14:20-14:50||Invited talk: Ineke Joosten (Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Netherlands)|
From X-radiography to tomography: How can imaging help us to conserve archaeological metal?
|14:50-15:10||Leon Ploszczanski and Philipp Siedlaczek (BOKU, Austria)|
Material aging in the environment.
|15:10-15:30||Dubravka Jembrih-Simbürger (Akbild, Austria)|
MeV-SIMS for analysis of modern and contemporary paints – an accelerator-based method for analysis of synthetic organic components.
|15:30-16:00||Invited talk: Koen Janssens (University of Antwerp, Belgium)|
Highly-specific mapping of oil paintings to detect anachronistic pigments
|16:00-16:30||Closing of the workshop|
Melissa Denecke, Director of the Division of Physical and Chemical Sciences, IAEA, Vienna, Austria
|16:30-open end||Social part accompanied with drinks/snacks and Vienna skyline view!|
IAEA is organizing the workshop on innovative approaches of accelerator science and technology for cultural and natural heritage and its sustainable management. The workshop will be held on 13-16 June in hybrid format.
The event is intended both for young and experienced scientists, archaeologists, conservators, curators, art historians, and heritage science stakeholders including policy makers and funding agencies actively involved in the field of characterisation, treatment and management of cultural and natural heritage objects.
The overall objective of this Workshop is to provide a forum for nuclear scientists, conservators, curators, art historians, archaeologist and heritage science stakeholders including policy makers and funding agencies to present and discuss recent developments in accelerator-based techniques and data science as well as exchange ideas and build collaborations on innovative approaches of accelerator science and technology for cultural and natural heritage and its sustainable management.
The key topics of the workshop are:
- Application of accelerator science and technology for characterization and treatment of heritage objects and materials;
- Interpretation, presentation and dissemination of the scientific results: case studies and success stories;
- Safe analysis of heritage objects; Best practice and Irradiation Passport for Art;
- Detecting intellectual property crime as forgeries and fighting illicit trade of art objects with nuclear techniques;
- Access to research infrastructure, and international as well as regional collaborations and networks;
- Sustainable Heritage Management policies and modalities;
- Open Science and dissemination of knowledge;
- Research priorities, Resources, and funding structures for heritage science;
- How to make science tangible? – Public awareness of how science and heritage work together in a tangible way – novel methods in education and outreach
Please visit the workshop website for further information.