Symposium: Analysis and imaging techniques in the conservation of art, cultural and natural heritage

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Thursday, 31 October, 2019 to Friday, 1 November, 2019
Deadline: 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2019
Place: 
Copenhagen

National Museum of Denmark
Nordic Association of Conservators (IIC - Nordic Group) the Danish Committee

Registration is ending on the 1st October.

Nordic Association of Conservators, Denmark is pleased to announce this 2019 educational symposium on analysis and imaging techniques in the conservation of art, cultural and natural heritage, arranged in collaboration with the National Museum of Denmark and the scientific journal of conservation MoK.

The program for this 2019 symposium will cover a wide range of methods and applications of imaging techniques and material-based analysing techniques. The aim is to provide insight into the rapidly growing technology within state-of-the-art of visual analysis, including several types of 3D imaging, MFT as well as the development within material-based analysis methods. The main topics of the research presentations will be:

3D imaging and photogrammetry
3D modelling and documentation
Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation
Archaeological material analysis
Micro fading technique, X-ray and other analysis

The organising committee are honoured to present our two keynote speakers:
Dr. Alex Ball, head of Imaging and Analysis, the Natural History Museum UK
Prof. Karin Margarita Frei, research professor in Archaeometry, The National Museum DK

When participating in the symposium, you are also invited to join a specially arranged tour of relevant conservation research laboratories or the Copenhagen Technical University section of Image Analysis & Computer Graphics.

For more details: www.nkf-dk.dk/symposium

Programme flyer: https://nkf-dk.dk/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/NKF-symposium_program_FIN.pdf
Flyer for registration: https://nkf-dk.dk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/NKF-symposium_pdf_flyer.pdf