Events & Workshops

Computational Approaches for Technical Imaging in Cultural Heritage (ARTICT) Conference- 27-29 April 2022. (7th IP4AI meeting).

A virtual conference organised as part of the EPSRC-funded ARTICT - Art Through the ICT Lens: Big Data Processing Tools to Support the Technical Study, Preservation and Conservation of Old Master Paintings project (a collaboration between the National Gallery, University College London and Imperial College London). Professor Haida Liang gave a Keynote address. 



Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology VII - O3A SPIE. Optical Metrology, 24-27 June 2019, Munich (Germany)

Science and Heritage Interdisciplinary Research Workshop - 28,29 March 2019

A two-day interdisciplinary workshop organised by the ISAAC Research Centre in the framework of the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS). The event aimed to bring together those engaged in the study of heritage from different backgrounds (historians, curators, archaeologists, conservators and heritage scientists) to illustrate how science can address a wide range of research questions related to heritage objects and to foster interdisciplinary collaboration between the participants.

European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) dissemination day - 27th March 2019

A dissemination event to discover how the E-RIHS plays a connecting role in the global community of heritage science organised by the ISAAC Research Centre.

UK-China workshop on Application of Imaging Science to the Interdisciplinary Study of Wall Paintings along the Silk Road - 1,3 December 2010

A workshop on the application of the latest imaging and analytical science to the conservation, art history and archaeological enquires related to the Silk Road heritage is funded by Research Councils UK to foster links with China on science and heritage projects. An interdisciplinary approach to the study of wall paintings in temples, caves and tombs through the application of latest imaging science for recording, monitoring and material analysis is a promising direction that needs investment of time to build up effective collaborations. The workshop has an interdisciplinary focus involving practitioners from a wide range of disciplines from science and conservation to archaeology and history.