News

Ian Maybury publishes on imaging Armenian manuscripts in journal Heritage Science

SEAHA student Ian Maybury, alongside researchers David Howell, Melissa Terras and Heather Viles has published the paper 'Comparing the effectiveness of hyperspectral imaging and Raman ...
Read More

SEAHA Conference Announced 1-3 April 2019

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 ...
Read More
Application of new methodology developed from heritage building information modelling to address historic buildings needing maintenance or repair after earthquakes.

Book now: Built Heritage Public Lecture on BIM for earthquake damage

We are pleased to announce that the SEAHA Built Heritage Group and UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage are hosting a public lecture on the 19th ...
Read More
SEAHA students Mark Kearney and Cerys Jones blog inspired by their public engagement work at the Petrie Museum, UCL

Student engagers’ blogs inspired by their work in UCL Petrie Museum

Two SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training students, Mark Kearney and Cerys Jones have recently written blogs inspired by their time spent as 'Student Engagers' at ...
Read More

The ‘SEAHA CDT collection’ in journal Heritage Science

Following multiple successful publications, we are pleased to announce that SEAHA now has its own collection within journal Heritage Science; 'The SEAHA-CDT collection'. The SEAHA ...
Read More

SEAHA Conference 2018 a Resounding Success

SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training's (SEAHA CDT) fourth annual conference, held 4-6th June 2018 in London, was a resounding success. Over three days, over 100 ...
Read More

Cerys Jones presents poster at SIAM Conference on Imaging Science

SEAHA Student Cerys Jones presented a poster at the Society of Industry and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) conference on imaging science in Bologna from 5th - ...
Read More
Keats Webb PhD research into heritage science topics with the centre for doctoral training SEAHA recently presented at imaging conference. Webb presented research on modifying a digital camera for 2D and 3D spectral imaging of cultural heritage documentation.

Keats Webb presents paper on using digital camera for heritage imaging

SEAHA student Keats Webb recently presented the paper 'Spectral and 3D Cultural Heritage Documentation using a Modified Camera'  at the International Society for Photogrammetry and ...
Read More
Cerys Jones winning STEM for Britain poster on multispectral imaging for heritage science on Leonardo de Vinci drawings, with MP Andy Slaughter and fellow poster presenter Anas Imtiaz.

Cerys Jones STEM for Britain poster available online

SEAHA student Cerys Jones' poster, which was selected for the STEM for Britain poster competition, is now available online. Cerys' poster showcases her work imaging ...
Read More
Sarah Hunt, heritage science research - battery-operated prototype sensor board for the PQC acetic acid sensors to detect acid in museum display cases

Acetic acid sensors for museum display cases – Sarah Hunt guest blog

Tasty on fish & chips but a problem for museums... SEAHA student Sarah Hunt recently blogged about her work in heritage science detecting acetic acid ...
Read More

Charlie Willard hyperspectral images 15th century genealogical roll

SEAHA MRes student Charlie Willard recently had the opportunity to image a 15th-century genealogical roll. Held at UCL Special Collections, the roll details the lineage of the ...
Read More
SEAHA student Danae Pocobelli presenting research on BIM for heritage science at the SEAHA conference 2017

Danae Pocobelli publishes on BIM in journal Heritage Science

SEAHA student Danae Phaedra Pocobelli has published a review article 'BIM for Heritage Science: A Review' in journal Heritage Science, with her supervisors Josep Grau-Bové, Jan ...
Read More

Art Detectives – Fayum or forgery?

On Thursday 7th June the Mobile Heritage Lab headed west at the invitation of Wilberforce Primary in Queens Park. Pupils in Years 3-6 took on ...
Read More
Rosie Brigham's Institute for Sustainable Heritage master's research which asked the public to contribute to heritage science by submitting pictures via social media. The research was published in Angewandte Chemie journal.

Let visitors do the science – Rosie Brigham’s research on citizen science data in Angewandte Chemie

SEAHA MRes student Rosie Brigham alongside her supervisors has demonstrated that heritage site visitors can use their smartphones to obtain good measurements of colour. The research, ...
Read More
Synchrotron radiation and neutrons in art and archaeology conference

Synchrotron radiation and neutrons in art & archaeology conference

SEAHA partners Diamond Light Source & the Mary Rose Trust alongside ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, are hosting SR2A-2018, The 8th International Conference on Synchrotron ...
Read More

Scott Orr publishes research on wind-driven rain & effect on built heritage

SEAHA student Scott Allan Orr has recently published two research papers on wind-driven rain and the effect on built heritage. Orr's research has also been featured in ...
Read More

Angewandte Chemie issue & editorial on Heritage Science

Prestigious chemistry journal Angewandte Chemie has published a special virtual issue on heritage science, featuring numerous contributions from both SEAHA staff and students. SEAHA deputy directory ...
Read More

Dr Kalliopi Fouseki nominated for teaching awards

SEAHA supervisor & UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage lecturer Dr Kalliopi Fouseki has been nominated for two UCL Union Student Choice awards. Nominated directly  by students, ...
Read More

Research on using NIR spectroscopy on Tudor tapestries published in Heritage Science

UCL ISH student Nanette Kissi and SEAHA supervisor Dr Katherine Curran have published research in the journal Heritage Science studying whether Near Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy ...
Read More

SEAHA ‘Student Engagers’ at UCL Museums

Four SEAHA students are joining the team of 'Student Engagers' at UCL Museums. Student Engagers are postgraduate research students at UCL who aim to broaden ...
Read More

Hayley Simon publishes research on Sychrotron techniques in Angewandte Chemie

SEAHA student Hayley Simon alongside her supervisors and researchers from SEAHA partner Diamond Light Source have published research on synchrotron techniques to study iron cannonballs from ...
Read More

Student Laura Arcidiacono co-authors paper in Angewandte Chemie

SEAHA student Laura Arcidiacono has co-authored a paper 'Egyptian grave-goods of Kha and Merit studied by neutron and gamma techniques' in journal Angewandte Chemie. The ...
Read More

The hunt for Oxford’s retired Emperor Heads is on! SEAHA on BBC News

SEAHA Student Scott Orr, based at the University of Oxford's School of Geography and the Environment, has been featured on BBC news in the hunt ...
Read More

SEAHA & ISH research on deterioration of silver gelatine photographs published in Heritage Science Journal

UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage (ISH) student Jacqueline Moon and SEAHA supervisor Dr Katherine Curran have published research exploring the connection between yellowing in silver ...
Read More

4th SEAHA CONFERENCE PROGRAMME IS NOW ONLINE

In keeping with the vision of the 4th International Conference, SEAHA will explore the development in the heritage science field and to encourage communication and ...
Read More

Gavin Leong, ‘A day in the life of SEAHA students’ guest blogs for NHSF

SEAHA MRes student Gavin Leong recently guest blogged for the National Heritage Science Forum as part of British Science week 2018, #BSE18. Every year SEAHA ...
Read More

Natalie Brown’s research on Chinese paper characterisation published in Heritage Science Journal

SEAHA PhD student Natalie Brown’s research investigating the chemical and physical properties of 19th and 20th C Chinese paper has been published in Heritage Science ...
Read More

SEAHA CDT Built Heritage’s inaugural Public Lecture

On a snowy 28th February, the SEAHA Built Heritage Initiative welcomed Sjur Mehlum to give the group’s first public lecture at Historic England’s offices in ...
Read More

SEAHA Conference Registration Open!

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 4th SEAHA Conference is now open! All the information are available here. The SEAHA Conference series ...
Read More

SEAHA Student to Present Research in Parliament

SEAHA student Cerys Jones has been selected to present her research at the STEM for Britain poster competition on Monday 12th March. Held at the ...
Read More

SEAHA Conference in collaboration with ICOM-CC

SEAHA is excited to announce its partnership with ICOM-CC Scientific Research Working Group in the organizing a roundtable for emerging professionals on 6 June 2018 in ...
Read More

NEW LAB AT HERE EAST TO OPEN SOON

There is a new and exciting addition to the SEAHA facilities available for our students: the new Institute for Sustainable Heritage lab in Here East ...
Read More

SEAHA MAKES AN IMPACT OVER THE PAST FOUR YEARS

We are half way through SEAHA in 2018, and we've taken a moment to look back at all we've achieved over the last four years ...
Read More

Research involving SEAHA Student covered in the Media

SEAHA student Cerys Jones appeared on the BBC News on New Years Eve along with Professor Adam Gibson and Dr Kathryn Piquette. Two projects involving ...
Read More

SEAHA at Hellens Manor – “The Bugs Observe Us”

This blog post was written as part of a field project at Hellens Manor, Herefordshire, UK, with the aim of contributing to an integrated pest ...
Read More

SEAHA featured in Historic England Research Magazine

We are pleased to have been featured in the latest edition of Historic England Research, 'Discovery, innovation, and science in the Historic Environment.' The issue ...
Read More

SEAHA Team & Mobile Heritage Lab visit Windsor Castle Conservation Studios

On 10th October, the SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab (MHL) visited the grounds of Windsor Castle as part of a cohort exchange of knowledge day in ...
Read More

2018 SEAHA Conference Call for Papers-Deadline extended

After Oxford and Brighton, SEAHA International Conference comes back to London! It will be hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Heritage, University College London, 4-6 June ...
Read More

SEAHA at UCL Postgrad Open Day 6th December

Interested in finding out more about SEAHA, UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage, and our funding opportunities? We will be at the UCL postgraduate open day ...
Read More

World Science Day: SEAHA on BBC Radio Oxford

To mark World Science Day – 10th November 2017 – SEAHA student Hayley Simon appeared on BBC Radio Oxford’s breakfast show live from project partner ...
Read More

SEAHA & UCL ISH student success in the October Board of Examiners

SEAHA & UCL ISH are delighted to announce that a high number of SEAHA MRes students were awarded distinctions by the Board of Examiners that ...
Read More

SEAHA welcomes its fourth cohort of students

This academic year we are pleased to be welcoming our fourth cohort of students to the SEAHA CDT. Seven new students are joining us at ...
Read More

Success at ICOM-CC Conference 2017

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage made an impact at the recent International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC) Triennial Conference in Copenhagen, which ...
Read More

Student Natalie Brown surveys the collection at the Istituzione Biblioteca Classense in Ravenna

Throughout September SEAHA student Natalie Brown has been conducting an innovative collection survey at Istituzione Biblioteca Classense in Ravenna, Italy. The project is a collaboration ...
Read More

SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab visits the British Science Festival 2017

The SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab (MHL) was in Brighton on the 9th September, as part of the British Science Festival. The British Science Festival is ...
Read More

Mobile Heritage Lab visits the National Museum Wales

This blog post was originally published as 'A Mobile Laboratory Visits the Museum', by Dr Christian Baars, Senior Preventive Conservator at the National Museum Wales ...
Read More

SEAHA Mobile Heritage Laboratory visited The National Archives to analyse degraded film collections

On 7th and 8th June 2017, SEAHA Mobile Heritage Laboratory (MHL) visited The National Archives (TNA) in Kew for a research and public engagement event ...
Read More

SEAHA student Mark Kearney features on the Conservator’s Podcast

SEAHA student Mark Kearney was recently interviewed by The C word – The Conservators Podcast in episode 9 of their show. This episode is devoted ...
Read More

SEAHA’s Mobile Heritage Lab in The Vyne and National Trust

The Mobile Heritage Lab has pitched up at the Vyne as the roof of the National Trust property receives substantial conservation work. The Vyne is ...
Read More

2017 SEAHA Conference Breakout Sessions

Now is the time to sign up for breakout sessions! The 2017 SEAHA Conference programme includes two one-hour sessions on 20 June designed to provide ...
Read More

Third year SEAHA students visit Pisa

In March 2017, third year students travelled to the SEAHA partner, CNR-ISTI (Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione), Pisa, Italy as part of this year’s ...
Read More

2017 SEAHA Conference: Panel Discussion on “Design for Research Impact”

ICCROM will be leading a panel discussion on “Design for Research Impact” as part of the 3rd International SEAHA Conference. The panel will bring together research ...
Read More

Registration is open for the 3rd SEAHA Conference

Registration is open for the 3rd SEAHA Conference at the University of Brighton on 19-20 June 2017. This conference follows two successful preceding events at ...
Read More

SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab at the British Science Festival in Brighton

Brighton and Sussex Universities will be co-hosting the British Science Festival from 5th-9th September 2017. The SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab (MHL) will be in Brighton ...
Read More

ICOM-CC Conference 2017: a success for SEAHA students!

SEAHA students will be presenting papers and posters at the ICOM-CC Conference in September 2017 in Copenhagen and achieved unprecedented success with six accepted abstracts ...
Read More

SEAHA Student Panos Andrikopoulos makes 40 under 40 list

SEAHA students Panos Andrikopoulos is named as one of the 40 under 40 most promising lighting designers in the Lighting Design Awards. The 20 men ...
Read More

SEAHA student Cerys Jones involved in recovering the name on an Ancient Egyptian coffin lid

A 3000 year old Egyptian coffin lid on display at Chiddingstone Castle in Kent has been imaged using a multispectral imaging system in the hope ...
Read More

SEAHA Smell of Heritage Research in the Media

Research showing how heritage smells could be identified, analysed and documented, and thus preserved, was published in a paper in the journal Heritage Science, by ...
Read More

SEAHA Trip to Isle of Portland 2017

The second year SEAHA students were found to be enjoying the lovely weather and splendid views on the Isle of Portland last week (27 March ...
Read More

The Museum Lighting Symposium and Workshops

We are proud to announce The Museum Lighting Symposium and Workshops; an event organised by SEAHA students and supported by SEAHA and the Society of ...
Read More

SEAHA PhD Student is nominated for the UCL Provost Award for Public Engagement

Student Mark Kearney, in the second year of his PhD, was nominated to the Provost's Awards for Public Engagement. He was one of the nominees ...
Read More

SEAHA student Panos Andrikopoulos teaching lighting design at Brunel University

Panos Andrikopoulos, PhD student at UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage, is involved as a lecturer in a lighting design module at the College of Engineering ...
Read More

SEAHA-aligned student Daniel Garside publishes research into museum lighting practice

In his work, Danny Garside reports on a series of interviews with museum professionals who are involved in lighting specification within their institutions. This was ...
Read More

SEAHA Student Panos Andrikopoulos Gives a Keynote Talk

SEAHA student Panos Andrikopoulos was keynote speaker at the 1st Greek Lighting Design Symposium, 2 Feb 2017. LED technology has created many opportunities and challenges ...
Read More

SEAHA on Channel 5

SEAHA student Cecilia Bembibre's research was featured in the first episode of Channel 5 new series Secrets of the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh, aired ...
Read More

Scott Allan Orr’s research on moisture meters featured and published in Int. Stone Congress

The 13th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone was hosted by the University of the West of Scotland from the 6th to the ...
Read More

Open Access to a Digital Sculpture in Carolien Coon’s Paper in Heritage Science

Despite increased research into the conservation of modern materials in recent years it remains one of the biggest conservation challenges. This is partly due to ...
Read More

In Memoriam: Professor David Arnold (1951-2016)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Professor David Arnold on the 25th October 2016. David was one of the pioneers ...
Read More

Tate Modern to host New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Art (NACCA) event

New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Art (NACCA) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network through which 15 early stage researchers are investigating a ...
Read More

SEAHA Student awarded bursary by Sapienza University of Rome

SEAHA PhD student Danae Phaedra Pocobelli has been awarded by Sapienza University of Rome with the Concorso per corsi di perfezionamento all'estero (Competition for specialisation ...
Read More

Hend Mahgoub’s research on Islamic Paper Published in Heritage Science

In contrast to scientific research focussing on European paper, there is a significant gap in our knowledge of Islamic papermaking. Hend, 3rd-year SEAHA student at ...
Read More

SEAHA and the Royal Society of Chemistry engage with schools

The event, run in conjunction with the Royal Society of Chemistry, showcased the use of scientific methods by SEAHA researchers, to understand our heritage and prolong ...
Read More

Tate Britain to host Cleaning Modern Oil Paints event

Cleaning Modern Oil Paints (CMOP - a joint programming initiative in Cultural Heritage), in collaboration with the Modern Oils Research Consortium (MORC), invites you to ...
Read More

SEAHA Residential 2016

Thirty-six SEAHA students, supervisors and staff attended the annual SEAHA Residential at the Malmaison Hotel in Oxford on October 3rd and 4th, 2016.  This event ...
Read More

SEAHA Microfadeometry Training Day

In collaboration with UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and the Heritage Science Group of the UK Institute for Conservation, SEAHA students Carolien Coon and Betty ...
Read More

SEAHA student receives Canadian doctoral scholarship award

SEAHA is proud to announce that Scott Allan Orr is in recipient of a 2016/2017 award from the Canadian Centennial Scholarship Fund (CCSF). He is ...
Read More

Inaugural SEAHA Special Seminar – a great success!

The SEAHA Special Seminar in Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imaging took place on 30th June 2016 at Wolfson College, University of Oxford. https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/ Over 70 delegates ...
Read More

SEAHA partner the Mary Rose Museum celebrates reopening

SEAHA partner the Mary Rose Museum has celebrated it's reopening following a £5.4 million revamp. The Mary Rose Museum, located in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, has ...
Read More

Cecilia Bembibre wins best poster award at CHEMCH 2016

Cecilia’s poster on volatile organic compounds in museums, presenting research on the significance of smell as part of the heritage experience, was awarded the first ...
Read More

SEAHA Student Carolien Coon interviewed by BBC Science Radio

Carolien Coon, a SEAHA Phd student had first-hand experience of the benefits of disseminating research through the right channels and how this can lead to ...
Read More

SEAHA – Engaging with Industry

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage & Archaeology (SEAHA) is proud to have partnered with many industrial, heritage ...
Read More

2nd International SEAHA Conference 2016 – a great success!

The 2nd International SEAHA conference took place on 20-21 June at the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University. The Annual Conference is ...
Read More

SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab proves a big hit at the Cheltenham Science Festival 2016

The SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab (MHL) team was delighted to attend the Cheltenham Science Festival which took place 9-12 June 2016. During the four days ...
Read More

The Mobile Heritage Lab goes to Cheltenham Science Festival

The SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab has been invited to participate in this year’s edition of the Cheltenham Science Festival, one of the largest science festivals ...
Read More

SEAHA Special Seminar in Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imaging

SEAHA are delighted to announce a Special Seminar in Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imaging, taking place at Wolfson College in Oxford on Thursday 30th June 2016 ...
Read More

SEAHA student Panos Andrikopoulos chairs #MuseumHour

#MuseumHour is a Twitter chat happening every Monday, at 8pm BST focused on museum and heritage topics. SEAHA student Panos Andrikopoulos ( @Phil_Kimby ) and ...
Read More

SEAHA Student Cecilia Bembibre Sniffs out Historic Smells

Cecilia Bembibre, 2nd-year SEAHA student at UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage, has recently completed training in chemical and sensory analysis of odours with Odournet SL, ...
Read More

SEAHA presents the Heritage Science Podcast

Today* marks the launch of the brand new Heritage Science Podcast, a series of monthly 45-minute episodes about all aspects of heritage science, organised and ...
Read More

SEAHA student Carolien Coon interviewed for Scientific American

Carolien Coon, 2nd-year SEAHA student at UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage talks about her research in the April 2016 issue of Scientific American, on degradation ...
Read More

SEAHA Mobile Heritage Lab visits Brighton for EAC Symposium

The Mobile Heritage Lab participated in the European Archaeological Council (EAC) symposium in Brighton. 50 conference delegates visited the laboratory facilities during their visit to the ...
Read More

Successful SEAHA Year 1 Student Field Trip

Year 1 SEAHA students (MRes year) just returned from a field trip in Herefordshire. We carried out our research in a privately owned historic mansion ...
Read More

“Creating Future Masters in Heritage Science”

SEAHA has been described as "ground-breaking" by the Science and Engineering South (SES) Consortium in their recent newsletter. SES is a  consortium of six research intensive universities, ...
Read More

SEAHA STUDENT HEND MAHGOUB TO PRESENT AT ICON CONFERENCE 2016

On the 17th of June 2016, SEAHA doctoral student Hend Mahgoub will present her research  in a talk at the conference of the Institute of Conservation entitled ...
Read More

SEAHA Students to present their research at “Indoor air quality in heritage and historic environments” Conference

On the 3rd and 4th of March 2016, SEAHA doctoral students Sarah Hunt and Yun Liu will each present a research posters at a two day conference entitled: ...
Read More

EAC Student & Early Career Symposium on Digital Archaeology

Call for Papers: Abstract deadline 29 January 2016 16-17 March 2016, Brighton, United Kingdom. The annual European Archaeological Council (EAC) Symposium focusing on Digital Archaeology will ...
Read More

National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF) welcomes new Chair

On 16th December 50 people gathered at University College London for the National Heritage Science Forum's second Members & Friends event. Attendees had the opportunity ...
Read More

SEAHA students visit the Wren Library in St.Paul’s

Last week, our first-year students visited the Wren Library in the monumental St.Paul's Cathedral in London. The visit was part of Module 2 of the ...
Read More

Dates announced for the 2nd International SEAHA Conference 2016

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) will be hosted by the ...
Read More

SEAHA Students launch the Heritage Science Research Network (HSRN)

SEAHA is delighted to announce the launch of the Heritage Science Research Network (HSRN), a SEAHA student led initiative which aims to connect heritage scientists and researchers ...
Read More

SEAHA Residential 2015

On the 13th and 14th October 2015, SEAHA welcomed a group of 30 students, project supervisors and colleagues to Brighton for the Annual SEAHA Residential ...
Read More

Mobile Heritage Lab takes part in Hampton Court 500 celebrations

Science behind Henry VIII’s tapestries This year Historic Royal Palaces celebrates the Hampton Court Palace 500 year anniversary. As part of this programme, the Science ...
Read More

SEAHA Conference 2015 – “The Future of Heritage Science” – Round Table Discussion

Following a successful first International Conference, SEAHA is delighted to present the recording of the Round Table Discussion entitled "The Future of Heritage Science". Featured ...
Read More

SEAHA Partners with University of Rome Tor Vergata

SEAHA are delighted to announce a new partnership with University of Rome Tor Vergata. With a strong grounding in cultural heritage research, Tor Vergata offers many programmes at ...
Read More

Churches Conservation Trust wins International Award

Congratulations to SEAHA Partner, The Churches Conservation Trust , who have won an international award at the recent European Heritage Awards Ceremony held in Oslo, Norway. The Conservation Trust were ...
Read More

NEW STUDENTSHIP OPPORTUNITES RELEASED!

A number of new, exciting studentship opportunities with SEAHA have been released. Please visit the opportunities page for further details on how to apply ...
Read More

Doctoral course on Sciences and Materials of the Cultural Heritage from Pollution to Climate Change , 5-7 October 2015

The Council of Europe and the European University Centre for Cultural Heritage are holding their final meeting on a series of courses exploring pollution and climate ...
Read More

SEAHA and Petrie Museum Collaborate for On Light Event

SEAHA are very pleased to announce their partnership with the Petrie Museum for On Light! As well as being able to join our heritage scientists ...
Read More

SEAHA CONFERENCE 2015 – Call for Abstract Submission, deadline extended

The deadline for the call for abstracts has been extended until 5th May 2015. To submit your abstract, please visit the conference website: http://www.seaha-cdt.ac.uk/seaha-conference-2015/call-for-abstracts/ ...
Read More

SEAHA CONFERENCE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration for the 1st International SEAHA Conference taking place on the 14th & 15th July 2015, is now open. Please visit the Conference web page for further ...
Read More

APPOINTMENT OF LECTURER IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING IN ARTS, HERITAGE AND ARCHAEOLOGY (SEAHA)

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage is delighted to announce the appointment of Josep Grau Bove as Lecturer in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and ...
Read More

On Light Event, 2015

SEAHA are pleased to announce their participation in On Light, a two-day UCL festival celebrating the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies, in partnership ...
Read More

SEAHA Student 3D Scanning at the Freud Museum

During the week of 23-27 March, our very own Keats Webb will be 3D scanning select collection objects in the Study of the Freud Museum, ...
Read More

The Freud Museum joins SEAHA

SEAHA and the Freud Museum are delighted to announce that the Museum is joining the family of SEAHA partner institutions. The Museum was the home ...
Read More

SEAHA, ITN Digital Cultural Heritage and the Heritage Consortium Jointly Organise the 1st SEAHA Conference

SEAHA is delighted to announce that the EU FP7 Marie-Curie Action Project: Initial Training Network on Digital Cultural Heritage (ITN-DCH)  as well as the Heritage Consortium decided ...
Read More

1st International SEAHA Conference: Thank you!

Thank you to all attendees, presenters and exhibitors at the 1st International Conference “Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology”, 14 & 15 July 2015 ...
Read More

SEAHA Vacancy

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Science and Heritage to undertake teaching, research and related activities within the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage, ...
Read More

SEAHA Studentships 2015 Announced!

The first four of our of 2015 Studentships are now open for recruitment.  For further details please visit our opportunities page ...
Read More

SEAHA Studentships for 2015 – coming soon!

We will soon be advertising a full range of projects for SEAHA scholarships to start in September 2015.  Please watch this space for further details ...
Read More

SEAHA Sandpit

Nearly 50 scientists and heritage professionals from the Natural History Museum, English Heritage, UCL, University of Oxford and University of Brighton attended a very successful ...
Read More

Arius Technology donates 3D Scanner to SEAHA

UCL's successful EPSRC bid for a Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) has attracted keen industry and ...
Read More

Welcome to SEAHA!

SEAHA – the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology - is about learning, discovering, innovating and forging ...
Read More

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