Registration is open for the 3rd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) at the University of Brighton, Brighton, UK on 19-20 June 2017.
This conference follows two successful preceding events at the University College London (2015) and University of Oxford (2016). Each year over 150 delegates were brought together from 20 countries to engage with and discuss emerging trends in the field of heritage science and the on-going dialogue over global issues.
Heritage science is a cross-disciplinary field connecting science and the humanities. It demonstrates the rising interest in and application of interdisciplinary research in the sciences in addition to the challenges with bridging disciplines. Heritage science research is faced with defining and navigating interdisciplinary research, and this is a wider discussion that requires input from scientists, researchers, engineers, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers. This conference aims to provide a platform to engage and discuss emerging trends in the field and the on-going dialogue over global issues, which define the research and technological applications of heritage scientists.
This year we have encourage presenters to emphasize interdisciplinarity: the challenges, successes, and impacts of research crossing boundaries.
Click here to register for the conference. Registration will close on June 8th 2017. The two-day conference costs £120, £90 concession, or £60 for students, with one-day registration available for non-presenting delegates.
The conference will consist of 19 podium talks showcasing current and relevant research in the field, flash poster presentations, a poster session, and a morning of workshops and discussions. At the end of the first day, delegates are invited to enjoy an evening reception at the Brighton Museum. Included in the programme are the three invited speakers:
- Robert van Langh, Head of Conservation & Scientific Research, Rijksmuseum and Chair NICAS, Netherlands Institute for Conservation + Arts + Science
- Katy Lithgow, Head Conservator, National Trust
- May Cassar, Director of UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and Director of SEAHA CDT
This year we offering two student travel bursaries supported by the ICON Heritage Science Group and five early career researcher bursaries supported by National Heritage Science Forum (NHSF). Deadlines for these bursaries have been extended to 12 May.
Additional information about the programme, bursaries, and registration can be found on the conference website: http://bit.do/SEAHA-Conference-2017.