We welcome inquiries from parties interested in exhibiting their products and services of relevance to the heritage science community. For details of the opportunity, please contact the committee by email.

We are delighted to announce the support of the following commercial exhibitors:

  • AICON 3D Systems GmbH

Logo_AICON_RGBAICON 3D Systems is one of the world’s leading providers of optical camera-based 3D measuring systems. The company, founded in 1990, develops and distributes systems for the business areas of inspection and testing including car safety and tube inspection. Since the acquisition of Breuckmann GmbH in August 2012, the product range also includes scanners for 3D measurement of complex geometries.

The digital acquisition and documentation of cultural masterpieces is increasingly gaining importance — be it in architecture, fine arts, archaeology or paleontology. The contact-free 3D scanning technology of breuckmann Scanners works in the museum as well as at the archaeological site. It allows handling delicate objects with the utmost care and provides detailed 3D data with high-resolution color textures for thorough studies without using the original. AICON 3D Systems is an industrial partner of SEAHA and is actively involved in scientific research projects at national and international level.

For more information, please visit http://aicon3d.com/breuckmann-scanner/arts-culture.html

  • Analytik in partnership with Headwall Photonics

Analytik Ltd - Headwall logo

Analytik are suppliers of a wide range of non-destructive analytical equipment including Visible and Near-Infrared (Vis-NIR), FTIR, Raman, Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imaging, and Light Measurement to UK and Ireland conservation and heritage organisations. With a range of spectroscopy and spectral imaging techniques, Analytik is able to provide heritage specialists with the latest technology, providing real-time analysis where and when required.

For more information, please visit http://www.analytik.co.uk/

  • Heritage Science

SOpen_HSHeritage Science is an open-access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research covering scientific, mathematical and computational methods and analysis of objects, materials, artefacts and artworks of cultural and historical significance in the context of heritage and conservation studies.

For more information, please visit http://heritagesciencejournal.springeropen.com/

  • Proceq


Proceq is the leading Swiss manufacturer and inventor of the Equotip, the most renowned portable hardness tester of its kind.
Proceq UK provides a complete range of portable non-destructive testing instruments for rock, metal, concrete and paper testing and has a local certified service and calibration centre.  The company’s strong research and development team continue to create products that set industry standards.  This includes the recent Rockschmidt which was launched in 2014.   Portable instruments such as the Pundit PL200,  Schmidt family and Equotip are important tools that gather empirical data for the analysis of materials for use in either the laboratory or on location.

For more information, please visit  http://www.proceq.com/

Non-commercial partners

  • The Society of Light and Lighting


The Society of Light and Lighting is open to everyone with an interest in lighting With over 3400 members globally, the SLL is recognised as an authority on lighting and welcomes all those who are interested in any aspect of the world of light, lighting, and its design or application.

SLL is a learned body, promoting education and knowledge transfer in a variety of ways, including seminars and an events programme which runs all year round. Lighting designers, consulting engineers, researchers, students, professors, manufacturers, sales staff and many more all contribute to and are members of the SLL.

For more information, please visit http://www.cibse.org/society-of-light-and-lighting-sll

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SEAHA Conference 2015. Credit: E. K. Webb.

Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology