IPERION HS and E-RIHS are organizing a series of webinars, a key source of state-of-the-art information on #HeritageScience research, facilities, policy and impact. The series contributes to the development of a vibrant heritage science community and is intended for anyone involved in interdisciplinary #heritage research.
The monthly webinars are typically 30 min long, followed by Q&A.
Next webinar: A new series of webinars will start in 2023.
More information coming soon.
Webinar 1: Heritage Science and IPERION HS
Webinar 7: Palaeontology
The focus is on what IPERION HS can offer to the Palaeontology community to answer these research needs.
Webinar 02/2022: New synchrotron light sources and paleontological studies
This webinar presents the new light sources available at the 4th generation synchrotron in Brazil and tells the investigation of materials in palaeontology with the new approach named nanopaleometry. The idea is to understand the oldest fossil records on the planet so that they can be used as models of what to search on Mars, for evidence of past life.
Webinar 05/2022: Developing European collaboration in heritage science
This webinar will introduce the challenges in implementing the Research Area in the field of heritage science in Europe and beyond.
Webinar 08/2022: Monitoring of ESFRI infrastructures
Jana Kolar, ESFRI chair and Executive Director of CERIC ERIC, presents the work done within ESFRI to monitor research infrastructures.
Webinar 2: Palaeolithic Ivory Research and FIXLAB
Webinar 5: Built heritage
Webinar 8: Archaeology
The webinar introduces the archaeologists to IPERION HS and the distributed heritage science infrastructure they can access to answer a wide range of research questions. It includes short presentations by different providers representing the different service platforms of IPERION HS: FIXLAB, ARCHLAB and MOLAB.
Webinar 03/2022: Remote sensing-based approach for Cultural Heritage interpretation and monitoring
This webinar presents an overview of remote sensing-based approaches for the interpretation and monitoring of cultural heritage and some case studies across the world.
Webinar 06/2022: Fair data. The challenge of interoperability in Heritage Science
This webinar will introduce the challenges in making data fair, and especially interoperable, in the field of heritage science
Webinar 09/2022: Olfactory heritage - the smells of sites and collections
Cecilia Bembibre, a lecturer in Sustainable Heritage at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage, presents the research on methodological challenges for heritage smell preservation and presentation.
Webinar 3: MOLAB and Islamic manuscripts
The third webinar in the #HSAcademy series is delivered by Kristine Rose-Beers (Chester Beatty, Ireland) and David Buti (CNR, Italy) and focuses on the MOLAB analyses carried out on Islamic manuscripts at the Chester Beatty in Dublin and on the MOLAB platform of the EU infrastructure project IPERION HS and how it can be used to support collaborative heritage science projects.
Webinar 6: Arts and Humanities
The focus is on what IPERION HS can offer to the Arts & Humanities community to answer these research needs.
Webinar 01/2022: Laser interactions with materials
This webinar provides an overview of pioneering laser ablation studies, that constitute the basis for laser cleaning applications, and of the parallel development of analytical methods based on laser spectroscopy and imaging techniques that have been adequately refined and adapted to the needs of heritage materials.
Webinar 04/2022: Hyperspectral and multispectral imaging in heritage science
This webinar will provide an overview of hyperspectral and multispectral imaging in heritage science.
Webinar 07/2022: EU Open Method of Coordination group - climate change and cultural heritage
Johanna Leissner presented the results of the EU Open Method of Coordination group on climate change and cultural heritage.