Registration is now open for the 2nd international conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA), hosted by the University of Oxford School of Geography and the Environment on 20th and 21st June 2016.
The conference aims to provide a platform for scientists, researchers, engineers, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers, to engage, discuss and promote their research and emerging trends in the field of Heritage Science.
To register for the conference, please visit http://bit.ly/23YeOm9. Registration closes on June 6th 2016, so make sure to register now to avoid disappointment. The two-day conference costs £120 or £60 for concessions, with one-day registration available for non-presenting delegates.
The conference will consist of 29 podium talks showcasing current and relevant research in the field, a poster session of 65, and a morning of workshops and discussions. Included in this will be the three keynote presentations:
- Sir Philip Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, Nature, presenting “Heritage science and the citizen”
- Dr Ewan Hyslop, Head of Technical Research, Historic Environment Scotland, presenting “Current environmental challenges in heritage management: putting the research into practice”
- Dr Philippe Walter, Head of the Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archaeology, Sorbonne Universities, CNRS, UPMC, presenting “Using non-invasive chemical analysis with mobile instruments to understand artist’s motivations”
The conference will conclude with a reception held in the Divinity School, the University of Oxford’s oldest teaching hall dating back to 1488.
Additionally, there will be an optional, three-course formal dinner at St. John’s College the evening of 20th. This is available for guests at an extra fee of £42.
For more information on registration and the programme for the conference, please visit http://www.seaha-cdt.ac.uk/seaha-conference-2016/.