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Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018 12:01

3rd International Conference on Techniques, Measurements & Materials in Art&Archaeology2018

Redazione Archeomatica

"The main objective of Art&Archaeology2018 is to bring to light recent R&D results in the analysis methods that advance the frontiers of knowledge connected with human cultural heritage. Heritage is our legacy from the past. It is our source for understanding the human mind, its capabilities and potential. Knowledge of the past influences our present day life and what we pass on to future generations.

The conference will focus on novel and new breakthrough methods and technologies for measuring and analysis that contribute to deeper and better understanding of human cultural heritage, our archaeological, historic and artistic patrimony. It seeks to do so by encouraging communication between art, archaeology, destructive and nondestructive evaluation disciplines, to provide a survey of present work in the field, and to stimulate discussions and new joint research projects.

Art&Archaeology2018 aims to bring together a range of scholars, specialists and experts in the fields of archaeology, art, history, preservation, restoration and reconstruction of museum or archaeological objects, cultural heritage, researchers of ancient structures as well as measurement scientists and technologists. We
believe that synergy between experts in various fields will yield further developments, adaption and adoption of measurement methods to deal with challenges of culture heritage research. The knowledge to be gained will provide understanding in more depth and dimensions of the human genius.

I am pleased to report that AIPnD will once again be partnering with us, as was the case for the first conference in 2008. We look forward to their contributions to the program.

We look forward to your participation in Art&Archaeology2018, enlightening us with your paper or poster presentation and enjoying the entertaining social and cultural events in Jerusalem and in Israel. Join colleagues from many countries and different disciplines and enrich your horizon.
We have chosen Jerusalem, a 3,000-year old city which has been the birthplace of the three great monotheistic religions. Its uniqueness, lying in the meeting of past and present, makes it an ideal city to tour. The atmosphere of a modern and vibrant society living among sites of major historical and religious significance dating back to the time of King David is guaranteed to provide you with an unforgettable
experience" (Prof. Amos Notea, Conference Chair).


Major Themes

Analysis Based on Measurements/Evaluations in Archeology and Art
• Novel methods, trends and developments
• Measurement techniques to uncover mysteries in art
• Radioactive dating methods
• Iconography

Applications to Inorganic and Organic Materials and Objects
• Paintings, pigments and dyes, minerals
• Plaster, stone, ceramic, pottery, glass
• Metals
• Textiles, manuscripts, paper
• Organic residues, biomaterials

Non-Invasive Spectroscopic Research and Analysis
• Non-destructive testing
• Re-constructing the evidence: Novel studies of historical objects
• Non-invasive preservation monitoring, new developments and applications
• Spectroscopic techniques as a conservation treatment tool in art and archaeology

• Re-constructing the evidence: Studies in archaeology
• On-site sampling and analysis
• Archaeometry and microanalyses

Authentication vs. Detection of Forgery
• Scientific examination of evidence of manufacture, use and provenance
• Complementary and comparative micro-analytical techniques refining interpretation of the past
• Museology; identifying and determining historical values proving authenticity; validation of reconstruction

Digital Imaging and Computer Science
• Digital applications in conservation of art and archaeology
• Reconstructing the evidence in art and archaeology using advanced digital techniques
• Contactless scanning of objects; morphometric measurements

Ethical Perspectives; Values and Principles at Stake
• Implementation of integrated strategies satisfying conservation code of practice and research code of ethics
• Public display, conservation treatment and scientific research, is it safe? Impact of handling on integrity of cultural heritage
• Measurements and calculations; dealing with margins of error and contamination


Abstract Submission

Papers can deal with both analytical and methodological approaches to gaining knowledge, implementation, and case studies.
All submissions must be written in English, the official language of the Conference.
Abstracts of approximately 250-300 words should be submitted on the website at
No pictures, tables or references.
Only fully registered participants will have their abstracts published.
Deadline for abstract submission (oral presentations): October 25, 2018
Late deadline (posters only): October 31, 2018

3rd International Conference on Techniques, Measurements & Materials in Art&Archaeology2018
December 9-12, 2018 / Jerusalem, Israel

More information

PCO & Secretariat:
ISAS International Seminars Ltd.
POB 34001, Jerusalem 9134001, Israel
Tel: +972-2-6520574 / Fax: +972-2-6520558
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