Infoday on-line ERC grants, 9 de Julio 12:00-13:30

Infoday on-line ERC grants, 9 de Julio 12:00-13:30

El 9 de Julio de 12:00-13:30 tendrá lugar una jornada informativa en remoto sobre el Programa European Research Council organizada por el  Gobierno Vasco junto a la UPV/EHU e Ikerbasque.

El Consejo Europeo de Investigación (ERC) apoya proyectos que buscan desarrollar investigaciones novedosas y de alto riesgo en las fronteras del conocimiento. La excelencia científica es el único criterio para la concesión de subvenciones y funciona sobre una base ascendente, sin prioridades predeterminadas. El webinar está dirigido a investigadoras/es y a las personas gestoras del sistema vasco de ciencia.

En la sesión participarán:

  • Amaia Esquisabel. Directora de Investigación del Gobierno Vasco
  • Estefanía Muñoz. ERC National Contact Point. FECYT
  • Laura Mohedano. ERC National Contact Point. ISCIII
  • Angel Rubio. Evaluador ERC y beneficiario de 2 ERC Advanced Grant. Max Planck-UPV/EHU-Simons Foundation
  • Ion Errea. Beneficiario de ERC Starting Grant- UPV/EHU

Al final de la sesión habrá oportunidad de formular preguntas a las/os ponentes.

Inscripciones


Webinar: The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS), 24 jun 2020 04:00 PM (GMT+1 London)

The Icon Book & Paper Group Committee  are pleased to be able to bring you a series of live streamed talks while many people are required to stay at home during in these unprecedented times.

The next talk will be Matija Strlic giving their talk The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS)

Overview
Much could be gained from research that is openly shared, as well as from research that is collaboratively developed. The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) will specifically promote the sharing of facilities where research is carried out – whether scientific laboratories, conservation workshops or art history research departments. Namely, investments into unique research facilities and expertise are much better justifiable if access to such facilities is open to external researchers. Many such facilities already exist and operate nationally and in order to reduce the risk of duplication, E-RIHS will be developed into a distributed infrastructure. This way, excellent facilities will pool some of their operational time to enable research to be carried out internationally and collaboratively, with lean central management. E-RIHS, including its UK node, E-RIHS.UK, is still actively developing and collaboration is actively promoted across the spectrum of heritage research.

About the speaker
Matija Strlic is Professor of Heritage Science at University College London and Professor of Analytical Chemistry at University of Ljubljana. His main research interests are the development of heritage science infrastructure, including instrumentation and methodology, as well as modelling of heritage materials, environments, values and decision making. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and of the International Institute for Conservation and was Chair of the ICON Heritage Science Committee from 2015-2018.

CSIC Interdisciplinary Platform Open Heritage, research and Society is member of Spanish node in E-RIHS.

Date: 24 jun 2020 04:00 PM (GMT+1)

Register here


ICOMOS Webinar Series: «Heritage and Climate Change: Mitigation as Practice», on 20 June and 18 July at 14:00 (GMT+2)

The ICOMOS Emerging Professionals Working Group (EPWG) is excited to host another webinar entitled ‘Heritage and Climate Change: Mitigation as Practice’ on Saturday 20 June, 14.00 (PARIS)

This is the first of two webinars which will feature speakers from the ICOMOS International Climate Change and Heritage Working Group (CCHWG), and will form part of the ongoing ICOMOS International Webinars program.
The first of these sessions will be presented by Peter Cox, President of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Energy Sustainability and Climate Change (ISCES + CC), and Managing Director of Carrig Conservation International. Peter will foreground the intersection of climate change with heritage, by highlighting the effects of extreme weather events, and the integral role of cultural heritage in implementing mitigation measures. For all those interested in further understanding carbon impacts, climate change risk assessment, and links with the United Nations SDGs.

Please register online or watch the livestream on the ICOMOS Facebook Page

Registration Forms are below, and contain the ZOOM Links.

English: https://forms.gle/mdqo2DGCFyAW2fjLA
French: https://forms.gle/GCQSQucDDdzKq5QGA
Spanish: https://forms.gle/QwCCDtSBm3W9y3oJ7
Russian: https://forms.gle/MadTjYVQphSVaJrU8


International Archives Week Webinars Programme (IAW2020)

The International Archives Week #IAW2020 will run from June 8-14 with a theme per day:

Full programme and registration

 


Conservation: Together at Home Webinar Series

The Icon Book & Paper Group Committee are pleased to be able to bring you a series of live streamed talks while many people are required to stay at home during in these unprecedented times. We have been trying to think about what we can do to help support the community of conservators & conservation students, especially mindful of the fact that working or learning at home may mean re-imagining the ways you normally approach your role.

Tuesdays and/or Thursdays (depending on availability) at 4pm (BST/ UK time) we will have lectures on our Zoom webinar platform.

The upcoming webinars of our series is as follows, with joining links for each under the details. Overviews and speaker bios for each talk can be found by clicking the link as well. 

  • 25. Wednesday, 27 May, 4pm, BST

Using online and open apps for preventive conservation, Josep Grau-Bové, Lecturer, UCL.

You can register to join this webinar by following this link.

  • 26. Thursday, 28 May, 4pm, BST

Caring for your collections on a shoestring, Lorraine Finch ACR, Freelance Conservator – LF Conservation and Preservation.

You can register to join this webinar by following this link.

  • 27. Tuesday, 2 June, 4pm, BST

‘Giving Them Back Their Voice’ – The Paper Analysis and Development of an In Situ Conservation Treatment Method of a WWII Moisture Damaged Nominal Roll, Emma Nichols, Book & Paper Conservator, Cambridge University Library.

You can register to join this webinar by following this link.

  • 28. Thursday, 4th June, 4pm, BST

The identification of ‘shark skin’ on bookbindings as leather or parchment, Herre de Vries, Book & Paper Conservator, RNA – restauratie nijhoff asser.

You can register to join this webinar by following this link.

Further information