The 4th International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) was hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Heritage, University College London, Woburn House, 4-6 June 2018,
In conjunction with the conference, SEAHA collaborated with ICOM-CC in the organizing of a roundtable for emerging professionals on 6 June 2018
SEAHA conference series aims to engage with high-quality interdisciplinary scientific research of cultural heritage. Based on the success of the past three events, the series established a platform for open dialogue between academics, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs and policy-makers from around the globe.
The 4th SEAHA conference continued to examine the opportunities and challenges confronting heritage science. In doing so, we hoped to showcase collaboration with industry at this conference in particular. A recurring theme was that while the strength of the field of heritage science increases, broadening and deepening scientific research by optimising resources and technology improves public benefit and participation.
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