World Meeting on Heritage, Sciences and Technologies
Heritage research is transforming how experimental sciences, the humanities and environmental sciences collaborate. These new scientific questions have been at the heart of the World Meeting on Heritage, Sciences and Technologies, held in Paris from 13 to 16 February 2019.
Francesco Giffoni from CSIL attended the event, where high-level speakers provided a constructive synthesis of current works and future perspectives for research on heritage materials. The World Meeting was held as part of the development of the E-RIHS infrastructure (European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science), of which CSIL is carrying out a socio-economic impact assessment. If your work/study relates to heritage science, CSIL and E-RIHS invite you to participate in an e-survey on heritage science community.
In Paris, Francesco Giffoni also attended the third users meeting of IPERION CH, focused on the access to scientific technologies and resources for cultural heritage research.
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