“By using and developing science to understand, manage and communicate the human story expressed through landscape, buildings and artefacts, heritage science encourages the humanities and sciences to collaborate and strengthen each other.” – UK National Heritage Science Strategy
We are delighted to announce the 3rd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) at the University of Brighton, Brighton, UK on 19-20 June 2017.
The conference will be held at the Sallis Benney Theatre located within the University of Brighton’s Grand Parade building in central Brighton (58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY).
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Heritage science is a cross-disciplinary field connecting science and the humanities. There is an on-going dialogue over global issues, which define the research and technological applications of heritage scientists. The conference aims to provide a platform for scientists, researchers, engineers, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers, to engage and discuss emerging trends in the field.
Conference Registration Fees
- Full Delegate £120
- Concession* £90
- Student** £60
1-day registration is also available for each of the categories on the University of Brighton Online Store.
*SEAHA supervisors can register for the concession rate.
**A student card may be required at registration during the event.
The programme includes two one-hour sessions designed to provide hands on experience, an inside look, a demo or discussion opportunity to conference attendees. More information about the sessions offered and links for registering can be found on the Breakout Sessions page.
More information on the Programme page.
For all enquiries, please contact the conference committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference is organised by the SEAHA student committee on behalf of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA CDT) and is endorsed by the Institute of Conservation (ICON) Heritage Science Group and the National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF).