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Programme

Heritage science is continuing its growth as a field and as part of this years conference programme, we would like to expand the sector, and community, by supporting transdisciplinary conversations and collaborations.  We are very pleased to announce the conference programme.

    Time 4-Jun-18 5-Jun-18 6-Jun-18
    8:45-9:30 Registration
    9:30-9:35 Opening address Invited speaker
    Chris Jones
    Invited speaker
    May Cassar
    9:35-10:00 Invited speaker
    Nicola Masini
    10:00-11:00 2 presentations

    Session topic:
    Novel technologies for monitoring cultural heritage

    3 presentations

    Session topic:
    Analysis of challenging materials and collections

    SEAHA
    ICOM-CC
    round table
    11:00-11:30 Coffee break Coffee break
    11:30-11:55 Invited speaker
    Edonis Jesus
    Invited speaker
    Mathew Collins
    11:55-12:35 2 presentations

    Session topic:
    Building information research in heritage science

    2 presentations

    Session topic:
    Bio/chemo-archaeology in heritage science

    Closing remarks
    12:35-13:45 Lunch break Lunch break
    13:45-14:10 Invited speaker
    Luca Pezzati
    Invited speaker
    Sofia Olhede
    14:10-14:50 2 presentations

    Session topic:
    Developing research infrastructure

    2 presentations

    Session topic:
    Dealing with big data in heritage science

    14:50-15:35 Poster session
    and coffee break
    Poster session
    and coffee break
    15:35-16:00 Invited speaker
    Andrew Miller
    Invited speaker
    Chris Lintott
    16:00-17:00 3 presentations

    Session topic:
    Evidence supported policy making

    3 presentations

    Session topic:
    Crowd sourcing and participatory research

    17:15-18:15 Pre-bookable tours
    (available soon)
    Pre-bookable tours
    (available soon)
    17:45-18:45 Pre-bookable tours
    (available soon)
    Pre-bookable tours
    (available soon)
    18:00-21:00 Evening reception Evening reception
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Poster Session 3rd International SEAHA Conference 2017.
Photo by SEAHA Manager

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