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19-23 April – IPERION HS – 1st Anual Meeting

The first annual meeting of IPERION HS is finnaly here.

The presentantions and workshops of the eight work packages while take place during all this week, from the 19th to the 23rd. There is also a public webinar the April 21st. You can learn more about the public webinar of HS Academy here:

Don’t forget to register yourself:
You can register here: http://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-registration/ «

I hope it is of your interest.

 

 

Related content:

Webinar: What is IPERION HS

21st April – IPERION and E-RIHS Webinar – Know the program on Heritage Science


Doctorate Summer School on Heritage Science – Registration Open

The 1st HS-DSS (Heritage Science Doctorate Summer School) will be held virtually from 13 July to 16 July 2021. It is aimed at providing examples of excellence in Heritage Science for conservation and collection care research and access. The HS-DSS will be taught online ( all sessions will be conducted in English) and comprise four intensive days of lectures and virtual study visits, during which participants will become acquainted with the multidisciplinary skills of the IPERION HS consortium and knowledge accumulated by the partners.

The registration has just recently opened.

For further information and the registration please, visit:

IPERION HS – Information and registration 


Registration open for the Optical Metrology Symposium in June

The international society for optics and photonics (SPIE) is preparing the Optical Metrology conference in June.

Join the Optical Metrology conference online in June. 

SPIE Optical Metrology is the premier European conference for scientists, engineers, researchers, and product developers to discuss the latest research in measurement systems, modeling, videometrics, and inspection.

Conference topics:

Co-located with Laser 2021 in Munich, Germany, this symposium will address the role of optics and lasers in the following areas:

• Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection.
• Modeling Aspects in Optical Metrology.
• Optical Methods for Inspection, Characterization and Imaging of Biomaterials.
• Multimodal Sensing: Technologies and Applications.
• Automated Visual Inspection and Machine Vision.
Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology.

Optical Metrology Poster of the International Society of Optics and photonics

REGISTRATION:

The registration for papers has opened the April 7. Here you can find information on how to participate: https://spie.org/conferences-and-exhibitions/optical-metrology 

Other links of interest:

Here you can download the PDF calling for papers.
Here you can get the abstract submission guidelines.
And you can browse here the papers already submitted.


Webinar: What is IPERION HS

The webinar takes place online and will introduce participants to the field of Heritage Science facilities in IPERION HS, a European project devoted to building a distributed research infrastructure in the field of Heritage Science: E-RIHS (http://www.e-rihs.eu/).
The focus will be placed on what IPERION HS is and what can do for researchers, conservators and professionals working in the field of Heritage Science.

You can register here: http://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-registration/ 

Date
21st April 2021 at 10 am (CET)

You will learn

  • What Heritage Science is
  • What IPERION HS is
  • What IPERION HS offers
  • How to access IPERION HS services

Key topics we’ll cover
Heritage Science

Duration
1 hour (40 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A)

Speakers

Matija Strlič – Professor of Heritage Science
Matija Strlič is Professor of Analytical Chemistry at University of Ljubljana and Professor of Heritage Science at University College London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and of the International Institute for Conservation. His role in the IPERION HS Academy is to enable the development of a vibrant user community.

Jana Striová – Heritage Scientist
Jana Striová is Heritage Scientist at Italian National Research Council, with academic background in Analytical Chemistry and Material Science, as well as in Science for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Management of Research Infrastructures. She coordinates the team developing an integrated and user-oriented approach to access the IPERION HS facilities and the training events for the Heritage Science community.

 


22-25 March – Heritage Science Conference: Sustainable Heritage Bidecennial Conference: Strategic Research Questions

The UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage celebrates 20 years and will host the Sustainable Heritage Bidecennial Conference. It will take place over four days from 22-25 March 2021, starting at 5 PM CET each day.

We recommend everybody interested in heritage science to assist to the sessions organized  the 24th, but see the full program here:   Conference program

The conference will be chaired by Prof Matija Strlic, Professor of Heritage Science.

 

The conference will be virtual and held on Zoom and it is free of charge.

Each day is related to a general topic.

It will also include some roundtables disccuions and two programmed workshops organised with Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC)

Citizen Science & Cultural Heritage – Planning for success | 24 March 12 am – 1pm (CET)

Digitising museum objects using basic photogrammetry | 25 March 12 am – 1 pm (CET)

 

If you look for more information click on the link below. There you can find all the conference sessions, speakers and times. Be aware that the times on the web are GMT +1.

Get the full information about this event here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/heritage/events/2021/mar/sustainable-heritage-bidecennial-conference-strategic-research-questions

Organized under the support of:


16th March, 2021 – JPI on Cultural Heritage launches his new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)

JPI on Cultural Heritage has released his new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) and it would be presented in a virtual event – Kickoff & Networking Session with the presence of speakers from the European Comission and University College London.

This virtual event will be held the 16th March, 2021, the Kickoff and Networking even will begin at 10:00. To take part go to the next link and fullfill the contact form:

SRIA 2020 Virtual Launch

10 years after his first agenda, the SRIA shows the changes that have occured in the cultural heritage field. With SRIA 2020, the JPI CH will continue to provide future- orientated added value, and to protect and strengthen Europe’s cultural heritage through research and innovation in order to meet societal challenges and contribute to sustainable development.

You can obtain the agenda here:

The four Priority Areas stablished in this Agenda are:

  1. A reflective heritage for a resilient society: – This Priority Area focuses on cultural heritage as an empowering force and a collective good for society
  2. Sutainable management of cultural heritage. – This Priority Area focuses on participatory governance, the added value of cultural heritage and emerging technologies 
  3. Cultural heritage in a changing context. – This Priority Area focuses on urban and rural development, globalisation, demographic change and tourism and will explore both the positive and the negative implications for cultural heritage
  4. Cultural heritage facing climate change and environmental change. This Priority Area focuses on the impact of climate and environmental changes on cultural and natural heritage and how cultural and natural heritage could be as resource for Sustainable Development.

You can explore the themes included in these Priority Areas on the document. I hope it is of your interest. We left you with some words on cultural science from Pascal Liévaux, Chair of the JPI CH.

«The JPI CH has been a driving force in the creation of a new feld of study: heritage science. Heritage science is a very broad and totally transdisciplinary feld that brings together the wide range of sciences (social, experimental, engineering, digital, humanities) that participate in and enable the identifcation, understanding, conservation, restoration and transmission of heritage, be it cultural, tangible, intangible, digital or natural. It consists of a highly collaborative ecosystem of researchers, heritage professionals, non-governmental organisations and associations that transcends national visions and interests, whilst falling within the scope of Europe’s open science policy.(…)»   PASCAL LIÉVAUX – Chair of the JPI Cultural Heritage

 


Paisaje de la Luz. Candidatura a Patrimonio Mundial del Paseo del Prado y Buen Retiro. Paisaje de las Artes y las Ciencias.

El Ayuntamiento de Madrid, en colaboración con la Comunidad de Madrid y el apoyo del Ministerio de Cultura, ha impulsado la candidatura del Paseo del Prado y Buen Retiro. Paisaje de las Artes y las Ciencias para formar parte de la lista del Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO.

La Plataforma Temática Interdisciplinar Patrimonio Abierto: Investigación y Sociedad (PTI-PAIS) del CSIC apoya esta candidatura y está representada en el órgano de debate y elaboración de propuestas del Consejo Cívico y Social. Comparte este órgano con representantes de variedad de sectores de la sociedad e integrantes de la candidatura. También comparte órgano con otros centros del CSIC: el Real Jardín Botánico, el Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, el Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS), el Centro de Automática y Robótica (CAR) y el Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CENIM).

Fotografía Amador Toril Poster Paisaje de la Luz Paisaje de la Luz Candidatura-a-Patrimonio-Mundial-del-Paseo-del-Prado-y-Buen-Retiro.-Paisaje-de-las-Artes-y-las-Ciencias
Fotografía: Amador Toril – Poster paisaje de la luz

Nuestra Plataforma se adhiere completamente al Manifiesto de la luz.

«Madrid tiene en su corazón un paisaje de Artes y Ciencias, un Paisaje de Luz.

En él se condensan la claridad de los cielos de Velázquez, el sentimiento de las palabras de Calderón, la cadencia clásica de la arquitectura de Villanueva y la belleza de la flora de Mutis.

Luz, razón, cultura y naturaleza, vertebran el Paseo del Prado y el Buen Retiro como Paisaje de las Artes y las Ciencias, un espacio cívico e ilustrado que ha evolucionado desde el siglo XVI manteniendo su esencia.

Este paisaje de luz ilumina a todos los ciudadanos y visitantes que lo han vivido, disfrutado y sentido, es memoria histórica de Goya y de Ramón y Cajal, del Guernica y de la Puerta de Alcalá, de los leones del Congreso de los Diputados y de las leyendas de la Casa de América, es recuerdo de la estela de la primera vuelta al mundo, es custodia de las palabras que forman nuestra lengua y es depósito de las lentes que nos permitieron estudiar los cielos y las semillas de nuestra flora (…)»

El Ángel Caído / The Fallen Angel. Jardines del Buen Retiro, Madrid, Spain.
Fotografía de: Felipe Gabaldón El Ángel Caído – Jardines del Buen Retiro.

La candidatura incluye el Paseo del Prado y el Parque del Retiro, con su correspondiente entorno, y se presenta como propuesta para formar parte de esta lista en calidad de Paisaje Cultural, un paisaje modelado por el hombre a lo largo de la historia con un valor excepcional.

Fotografía: Felipe Gabaldón. Vista nocturna del Palacio de Cristal de los Jardines del Buen Retiro de Madrid (España). Licencia Creative Commons Atribución 2.0 Genérica.
Fotografía: Felipe Gabaldón. Vista nocturna del Palacio de Cristal de los Jardines del Buen Retiro de Madrid (España). Licencia Creative Commons Atribución 2.0 Genérica.

La candidatura está pendiente de la evaluación por parte de los informes evaluadores del Consejo Internacional de Monumentos y Sitios, ICOMOS.

Desde España se presenta también la candidatura de la Ribeira Sacra y se ha aprobado justo hoy la futura candidatura del Románico Palentino.

Más información en: https://paisajedelaluz.es/
Galería de imágenes del Paisaje de la Luz
Mapa de los monumentos, sitios y lugares singulares.

Logo Paisaje de la Luz. Paseo del Prado y Buen Retiro. Paisaje de las Artas y las Ciencias.
Logo Paisaje de la Luz


Fotografía de: Antonello Dellanote - (Recorte de laterales) Parque de El Retiro, Monumento a Alfonso XII sobre el Estanque Grande donde disfrutan los ciudadanos del sol y los paseos en barca.
Fotografía de: Antonello Dellanote – (Recorte de laterales) Parque de El Retiro, Monumento a Alfonso XII sobre el Estanque Grande donde disfrutan los ciudadanos del sol y los paseos en barca.


MetalEspaña – III Congreso de Conservación y Restauración de Patrimonio Metálico

El III Congreso de Conservación y Restauración del Patrimonio Metálico organizado por el Museo Nacional de Arqueología Subacuática (ARQVA) de Cartagena, el Laboratorio SECYR, Servicio de Conservación y Estudios Científicos del Patrimonio Arqueológico y la Real Casa de la Moneda de la Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre ha sido aplazado al 22, 23 y 24 de abril.

Este año será virtual tras tener que ser cancelado por las circunstancias sanitarias.

Cartel del III Congreso de Conservación y Restauración del Patrimonio Metálico - MetalEspaña 2020 - Organizado por Laboratorio SECYR de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, el Museo Nacional de Arqueología Subacuática (ARQVA) de la Subdirección General de Museos Estatales y la Real Casa de la Moneda de la Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre
III Congreso de Conservación y Restauración del Patrimonio Metálico – MetalEspaña 2020 – Organizado por Laboratorio SECYR, el Museo Nacional de Arqueología Subacuática (ARQVA) y la Real Casa de la Moneda de la Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre.

Las temática este año serán:

  • Ciencia y Tecnologías de investigación del Patrimonio Metálico.
  • Patrimonio Metálico Arqueológico.
  • Patrimonio Numismático: estudios, proyectos y restauraciones.
  • Patrimonio Metálico Histórico, Artístico y Religioso.
  • Patrimonio Metálico Científico, Tecnológico y Urbano.
Consulta los precios y el resto de información ampliada aquí.

Las inscripciones están abiertas desde el 15 de enero.
Inscribirse a MetalMadrid 2020.
Para participar con una comunicación oral o un poster aún puedes enviar un resumen para que sea evaluado por el Comité Científico desde el siguiente enlace: Fecha límite 28 de febrero.
Documentación MetalEspaña 2020

Espero sea de su provecho e interés

 

 


Cultural heritage conservation science has new perspectives for antimicrobials nanomaterials.

A recent scientific review published in Chem and participated for some of our scientifc members brings new perspectives for antimicrobial nanomaterials in cultural heritage conservation

Conservers, restorers, private collectors, museums and every cultural heritage expert is aware of new trends in artimicrobial nanomaterials applied against biodeterioration. This review will provide some hightlights, recommendations, , points of concern and red flags.

You can have access to the review here.

The irreparable damage to unique artifacts made by biodeterioration

Abstract: «The biodeterioration of artistic and architectural heritage represents a serious and recurring problem for museums, local authorities, and private collectors alike, where irreparable damage to unique artifacts can result in immeasurable losses to our shared cultural heritage. Here, we present an overview of the current trends in antimicrobial products used to protect heritage items from microbial colonization and prevent their deterioration. From a conservation-restoration standpoint, we contrast and compare traditional antimicrobial products with the state of the art in antimicrobial nanomaterials applied in the heritage conservation field, highlighting the promising potential of various different nanomaterials, as well as points of concern and clear red flags from some of the emerging research. Through an examination of the growing body of research in the academic literature we offer recommendations and practical advice on selecting appropriate microbiological assays and characterization techniques to better evaluate the in vitro and in situ antimicrobial properties of nanomaterials.»

«Graphical Abstract»:

graphic comparative of antimicrobial NPs protections and unproctected & biodeteriorated on Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa - Graphic abstract
graphic comparative of antimicrobial NPs protections and unproctected & biodeteriorated on Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa – Graphic abstract

 


Job offer: Conservation Scientist for the Museum M+ in Hong Kong

Reporting to the Head, Conservation & Research, the successful candidate will work in the Analytical Science Lab in the Conservation Department and will be responsible for developing and implementing a conservation science program in support of research and understanding of the growing M+ Collections and their sustainable use, valuation and preservation.

You should possess a Ph.D. in chemistry or other physical science or equivalent combination of diploma with proven experienceConservator with a Master degree in conservation from a recognised college / university and with a proven experience in conservation science will also be considered.

– Also you should have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a museum conservation science laboratory is required.

First opened gallery in 2017 of M+ museum on West Kowloon Cultural District

M+ is a museum dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting visual art, design and architecture, moving image, and Hong Kong visual culture of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Detailed information about the requirements, the responsabilities and the application contact are inside this document here.

Interested in exploring some of the collections of the Museum? Check this beta version with +6.500 results.