Registration is open for the 3rd SEAHA Conference at the University of Brighton on 19-20 June 2017.
This conference follows two successful preceding events at the University College London (2015) and University of Oxford (2016). Each year over 150 delegates were brought together from 20 countries to engage with and discuss emerging trends in the field of heritage science and the on-going dialogue over global issues.
This year’s conference programme includes podium presentations, flash poster presentations, and a poster session showcasing current and relevant research in the field. We are excited to announce three invited speakers:
- Robert van Langh, Head of Conservation & Scientific Research, Rijksmuseum and Chair NICAS, Netherlands Institute for Conservation + Arts + Science
- Katy Lithgow, Head Conservator, National Trust
- May Cassar, Director of UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and Director of SEAHA CDT
At the end of the first day, delegates are invited to enjoy a tour of the Brighton Royal Pavilion and an Evening Reception at the Brighton Museum. The second day will start off with two one-hour sessions designed to provide conference attendees with hands on experience, an inside look, a demo or discussion opportunity.
For more information about the event including registration, presentations, and breakout sessions, please visit the conference webpage:
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Header Image: 2nd International SEAHA Conference. Photo by E. Keats Webb