IPERION HSIntegrating Platforms for the European Research Infrastructure ON Heritage Science

Webinar series

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.

You can access the 2021 programme of IPERION #HSAcademy webinars here.

 

Next webinar: 9th November 2021

Topic: PALAEONTOLOGY & IPERION HS
Speakers: 
More information and registration: https://www.iperionhs.eu/webinar-7-registration/ 

Webinar 1: Heritage Science and IPERION HS

The first webinar in the #HSAcademy series is delivered by Matija Strlic (UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and University of Ljubljana) and Jana Striova (National Research Council, Italy). It focuses on the paradigms of heritage science and how the EU infrastructure project.

 

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Webinar 4: ARCHLAB and the Ghent Altarpiece

The fifth webinar in the #HSAcademy series is delivered by Astrid Harth (Ghent University, Belgium) and María Martín Gil (IPCE, Spain). It focuses on Ghent’s Altarpiece and the scientific archives in IPERION HS.

 

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Webinar 2: Palaeolithic Ivory Research and FIXLAB

The second webinar in the #HSAcademy​ series is delivered by Ina Reiche (CNRS, France) and Rémi Petitcol (C2RMF, France) and focuses on the use of particle physics techniques in the research of palaeolithic ivory artefacts and on the FIXLAB platform of the EU infrastructure project IPERION HS and how it can be used to support collaborative heritage science projects.

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Webinar 5: Built heritage

The webinar discusses the role of Heritage Science in the preservation, restoration and understanding of historic buildings and monuments and describes the on-site non-invasive diagnostics and monitoring services available in IPERION HS.

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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.

The webinar answers to the questions arising from the Arts and Humanities community in relations with a better knowledge, interpretation, authentication, preservation and restoration of heritage.
The focus is on what IPERION HS can offer to the Arts & Humanities community to answer these research needs.

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