Workshop – Toledo en la gestión de la nueva arqueología judía en Europa 12-13 de septiembre

Workshop – Toledo en la gestión de la nueva arqueología judía en Europa 12-13 de septiembre

I Workshop – Toledo en la gestión de la nueva arqueología judía en Europa


El Museo Sefardí, entidad asociada a PTI-PAIS, realiza un congreso sobre arqueología judía medieval europea que Toledo acogerá en septiembre.

El Museo Sefardí, junto a diversas instituciones, va a organizar en septiembre un congreso internacional sobre arqueología judía medieval europea. Se pondrán en valor tanto las excavaciones realizadas en el museo, como las últimas investigaciones sobre la judería de Toledo.

Información práctica:

  • Fechas: 12 y 13 de septiembre
  • Lugar de celebración: Aula Magna. Edificio Universitario San Pedro Mártir – Madre de Dios; Universidad de Castilla La Mancha; C/ Alfonso XII, 2 (Toledo)
  • Programa completo: I WORKSHOPEnlace externo



Os presentamos el siguiente workshop del proyecto europeo InnovaConcrete en el que participan miembros de nuestra Plataforma.

Teniendo como escenario el impresionante Fuerte de Kaunas (Lituania), el proyecto InnovaConcrete organiza un Workshop internacional de título MONUMENTOS y NO MONUMENTOS: PATRIMONIO EN HORMIGÓN DE LA POSTGUERRA. Organizado por Gunny Harboe como presidente del ICOMOSISC20C, está concebido como un espacio de discusión sobre si estructuras de hormigón de diferentes tipos, usos y funcionalidades, han de ser legadas a futuras generaciones como una parte importante de nuestra historia. Representantes de distintos Monumento Europeos seleccionados por InnovaConcrete como objetos de estudio serán ponentes en dicho Workshop. Juan Queipo de Llano y Elena Frías serán ponentes reivindicando el valor patrimonial de la obra en hormigón de Eduardo Torroja y del IETcc como edificio patrimonial.

Fecha: 11 y 12 de Junio de 2021.

About the Workshop.

From the project webpage. Link.

Formidable solids of exposed concrete and monotonous, utilitarian shapes of social housing have become one of the most recognizable and universal elements of post-war architectural language. Regardless of the different political systems, geographic conditions or local aesthetic traditions an architectural style now commonly referred to as “brutalism” (derived from the  French “béton brut” or “raw concrete”) became a dominant expression of our shared architectural  heritage and an inseparable part of many cities around the world.

In Eastern European countries la rge – scale mikrora yons vividly embody the pragmatic dimension of the socialism project. On the other hand, there was a striking part of Soviet modernism that was demonstratively irrational, focused not on a standardized function, but on a breath-taking e motion. A similar duality appeared in Western societies.

Despite specific aesthetic values many of these buildings are seen by some as not fitting into the contemporary context. Even though the rising interest around the architecture of brutalism is growing, these monuments and buildings are too often being demolished, unrecognizably altered or simply left to deteriorate. ICOMOS ISC20C initiates this lnnovaConcrete workshop as a field for debate whether these structures/monuments, apartment buildings or other functional types can and should remain for future generations as a relevant part of our history.



New materials for the conservation of cultural heritage in concrete 23-24 April 2021


WHEN: April 23-24, 2021.

WHERE: Online.

The Italian/English and English/Italian translation will be available.

The Workshop is address to: 

  • Conservation Professionals.
  • Professional Councils.
  • Students of Universities.
  • Specialty Craftsman and Restorers in Concrete Heritage.
  • Public Administrations.
  • Researchers working in Cultural Heritage conservation.
  • Conservation products manufacturers.


  • certificate of participation will be issued at the end of the webinar.
  • Credits for the Order of Engineers will be granted only to members of the Province of Chieti.

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:
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I hope it is of your interest.



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Webinar: What is IPERION HS

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

ExPaNDS FAIR workshops – 1st & 2nd October 2020

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Photon and Neutron Data Service (ExPaNDS) project will expand, accelerate and support the data management and data services provided through the EOSC for major national Photon and Neutron Research Infrastructures (PaN RIs) in delivering world-leading science.

This first online workshop in a series of two aimed at instrument scientists and other facility staff provides an overview of FAIR – data that are findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. We consider key questions related to the data facilities produce: What is FAIR? What’s the difference between FAIR and Open? What are the benefits of FAIR for the photon and neutron community? How do I start to make data FAIR? Examples from a range of facilities connect the concept of FAIR to practice, highlighting the vital role facilities play in supporting FAIR for photon and neutron research.

Further information