We are pleased to announce that the 2019 SEAHA Heritage Science Conference will take place 1-3 April 2019 at the University of Oxford. We welcome researchers, academics and heritage professionals to join us in discussing the latest research and issues in cultural heritage conservation.
Delegates will learn from peers via workshops and practical sessions, and experienced academics and practitioners providing valuable insights throughout. In addition to a range of keynote talks and student presentations, this year will feature a range of special interest group led workshops, exploring:
- Science in the built heritage environment; the interface between technology and historic structures
- Heritage science on the landscape scale
- Artificial Intelligence in heritage science; developing new approaches in an emerging field
- The application of digital imaging techniques to better understand sites and artefacts
- Innovative approaches to monitoring and managing collections and artefacts
In the last three years, over 400 delegates have attended the SEAHA conferences held in Oxford, Brighton, and London, with overwhelmingly positive feedback.
Building on the past events, the upcoming conference will provide opportunities to network, learn, collaborate, and gain the insight that will help break down barriers and help push your research, conservation work, or site management further.
If you are an archaeology or heritage professional who works with, or are interested in the uses of scientific investigation in the field, then this is an event not to be missed.
This conference is organised and run by staff and research students at SEAHA, a centre for Doctoral Training funded by the EPSRC which hosts research projects at the University of Brighton, University College London, and the University of Oxford, in the field of Heritage Science.
Save the date and watch this space for further information!
If you have any questions about the event, please get in touch.