viernes, 25 de octubre de 2013

Cultural heritage conservation science and sustainable development: experience, research, innovation

International conference in the frame of the 50th anniversary of
the Centre de recherche sur la conservation des collections - CRCC
Paris, 23, 24, 25 October  2013 

Venue : Grand Auditorium BNF - François Mitterrand
Registration of the participants starts at 8.45 am Wednesday 23 October in the foyer of the BNF Gand Auditorium   

Languages : French, English (simultaneous translation)

Cultural Heritage Conservation Science is indeed a present-day field and has undergone much development recently; furthermore, it has been developing at a very fast pace since the late 20th century. It is now imperative to take ecological, economic and social aspects into consideration when looking at the solutions that scientific research brings today. By taking these new obligations into account, one can re-evaluate a certain number of best-practices and develop new studies in the field of conservation. This research on cultural heritage is taking place under the influence of domestic and international regulation. which have also undergone profound transformation and restructuring in their own rights. Today, it constitutes a case study for an experimental scientific drawing board that will yield expertise in this area that is a crossroads amongst the humanities, material sciences, natural sciences and information sciences.

Keynote speakers :
Gaël de Guichen, Stefan MichalskiTim Padfield, James Reilly, Paul Whitmore
Preliminary list of papers
  • Better preservation through solid-state lighting ?
Paul Whitmore
  • Les diodes électroluminescentes : qualité de la lumière et confort visuel
Françoise Viénot
  • Measurement is better than rules: microfading and light exposure risk assessment without the guesswork
Bruce Ford
  • Life cycle assessment of museum loans and exhibitions; case study at the Museum Fine Arts, Boston
Sarah Nunberg , Pamela Hatchfield 

  • Cost, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness: Three linked but often conflicting measures in the evaluation of options for collection risk reduction
Stefan Michalski, Irene Karsten
  • Sustainable environmental management for Cultural Heritage
James Reilly
  • The impact of volatile compounds released by paper on cellulose degradation in ambient hygrothermal conditions
Anne-Laurence Dupont
  • Impact du climat sur la conservation des peintures d'art moderne et contemporain sur toile et papier
Alain Roche
  • Identification of environmentally sensitive archival and library parchment for low energy environmental control in storage
Elena Badea
  • De humilitate relativa
Gaël de Guichen

  • Containing the discussion about museum environmental standards
Tim Padfield 
  • Energy efficient museum stores and archives
Larsen Poul Klenz
  • The museum environment - Monitoring, safeguarding and developing standards at the National Museums Berlin
Stefan Simon
  • Conservation and thermal comfort in historic buildings. Are they compatible?
Magdalini Makrodimitri, James Campbell 
  • Climat tropical et musées : comportement des bâtiments de musées, des vitrines et des collections en milieu muséal non climatisé
Philippe Goergen 
  • Sustainability and energy saving in museums, depots, churches and historic buildings
Jochen Käferhaus

  • La recherche en conservation: du patrimoine culturel au patrimoine naturel
Véronique Rouchon 
  • The buddhist approach: conservation of photographs in Luang Prabang, Laos
Martin Jürgens 
  • Sustainable and environmental friendly museum environment: a case study from the National Museum of Ethnology after the Great East Japan Earthquake
Naoko Sonoda 
  • Development of a green clay-fiber composite for fire protection
Gisèle Laure Lecomte-Nana, Olivier Barré 
  • Consolidating adhesives for the conservation of painted cultural objects - a new research initiative
Rebecca Ploeger, René de la Rie
  • Monolith: longterm digital archiving without migration
Rudolf Gschwind 

  • Le cuir : enjeux pour la conservation et l'environnement
Claire Chahine
  • Applicability of japanese bast fibers (kozo, mitsumata, gampi) as strengthening fibers for "fleece" method
Seki Masazumi
  • Protection et conservation du patrimoine architectural en terre par des stabilisants naturels, d'origine animale ou végétale. Interactions argiles/biopolymères. Projet PaTerre+
Aurélie Vissac, Ann Bourgès
  • Good practices from the past? The application of heritage science to museum environments in the 1930s
Andrea Luciani 
  • Material transformation, scientific intervention and the historic environment: innovation, value and authenticity
Rachel Douglas-Jones 
  • Conservation and control of biodeteration for cultural heritage using essential oil
Yong-Jae Chung

  • Global advances and new directions in graduate conservation education: engaging communities and underserved regions of the world
Debra Norris
  • Une muséologie participative issue de la coopération comme processus de développement durable à Angkor (Cambodge) : enjeux et limites
Isabelle Brianso
  • Innovation versus preservation - different approaches how to combine sustainable development with architectural conservation and restoration
Birgit Dulski 
  • Local communities management in conserving livable world heritage cities case study: historic Cairo, Egypt
Yasmine Sabry 
  • Local approaches in conservation: the case of the old city of Nablus/ Palestine
Iman Amad

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