Now is the time to sign up for breakout sessions! The 2017 SEAHA Conference programme includes two one-hour sessions on 20 June designed to provide hands on experience, an inside look, a demo or discussion opportunity to conference attendees.
- ICCROM will lead a panel discussion “Designing for Research Impact” looking at what makes research impactful and what does it take to achieve it?
- AICON3D and Hexagon UK will lead a session on white light 3D scanning. Another session will also look at 3D imaging but will focus on non-conventional photogrammetry.
- Components of multispectral imaging will be covered in two of the sessions. One of the sessions includes the Mobile Heritage Lab and multispectral imaging and the other will be led by Analytik Ltd looking at multispectral image acquisition and analysis with VideometerLab.
- The challenges and opportunities of IR thermography and built heritage will be presented as a discussion forum.
- The Visual Geometry Group from the University of Oxford will lead a session on computer vision techniques for heritage science.
- A web-based modelling tool, HERIe, will be introduced which provides a quantitative estimation of the risk of climate-induce physical damage to heritage objects.
- Hands on use of three Micro Light Fastness Testing (MFT) instruments will be offered and instruction in data collection and analysis will be presented.
- The Royal Pavilion is hosting two small conservation tours and a local expert will lead a walking tour of Brighton.
A full list of breakout sessions and descriptions are listed on the conference website with links for signing up for sessions. All conference delegates need to sign up to attend sessions using the links on the Breakout Session webpage.
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