IPERION HSIntegrating Platforms for the European Research Infrastructure ON Heritage Science

Onsite Training Camps

What it is – The IPERION HS Training Camp is a hands‐on experience on the functioning of the MOLAB and FIXLAB platforms of IPERION HS, which gives access to an impressive collection of advanced analytical instrumentation for non‐invasive measurements on precious, fragile or immovable objects, archaeological sites and historical monuments. Onsite training camps (HS-TCs) will be hosted by a small community of researchers in locations in which access to advanced knowledge in science and technology for CH is under-represented. The TCs will comprise at least five intensive days of lectures, hands-on experience, lab and group projects.

For whom – The IPERION HS Training Camp is aimed at professionals in the field of Cultural Heritage (either individuals or teams from public and/or private institutions) who are interested in approaching and developing studies on conservational and analytical problems.
The Training Camp Attendees will be selected by the Training Camp Organization from the candidate applications based on merits, background, and other criteria.

Where and when – The IPERION HS Training Camps are held in different European countries once a year.

Past IPERION HS Training Camps:

1st IPERION HS Academy Training Camp at CENIEH in Burgos (Spain) in 2022

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An overview of the past experience (IPERION CH)

 

Upcoming events

The 2nd HS Academy Training Camp will be held at the Centre Telč of ITAM CAS (Telč, Czech Republic) from June 26 to June 30, 2023, in the framework of the IPERION HS project.

2nd HS Academy Training Camp in Telč (June 26-30, 2023)

The 2nd IPERION HS Academy Training Camp “Built Heritage in Changing Environment” is organized at the ITAM CAS (Telč, Czech Republic) from June 26 to June 30, 2023. This on-site camp will offer experience of working with complexity of built heritage and will introduce the participants to the cutting-edge tools for diagnostics and methods of investigation applied to it.

Registration is open until April 30, 2023.

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