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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Art and Cultural Heritage: Discoveries and Education
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Glenn Alan Gates, Walters Art Museum
Darryl P Butt, University of Utah
Scope This two day symposium will highlight the latest discoveries in the scientific study of cultural heritage, and showcase novel strategies that employ cultural heritage for education in engineering and science. This symposium will feature the newest findings surrounding the technology, engineering and materials associated with art, archaeology and cultural heritage, including pigments, ceramics, glass, and metals. Submissions that explore innovative approaches to training and learning at the intersection of engineering, science, technology and cultural heritage are most welcome. All submissions that pertain to the scientific study of cultural heritage, or advance its understanding and preservation, will be considered. Student support is available. This symposium is sponsored by the Art, Archaeology and Conservation Science Division of the American Ceramic Society.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Materials Scientist in a Geologist’s World: Using Petrography to Study Ancient Roman Ceramics
Cementitious Mineral Cycling Associated with Volcanic Glass Reactions in Ancient Roman Marine Concrete
Characterization of 11th C AD Bismuth Containing Lusterwares from Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
Characterization of Native Copper Refining through Optical Metallography of the Copper Oxide Phase
Conservation Education: Communicating Conservation through Chemistry Collaboration
Contextualising Çadir Höyük: A Cross-disciplinary Investigation into Use Patterns and Long Term Glass Alteration
Crealab: A New Experience of Teaching, Research, and Development in Arts
Eighth Century CE Window Glass from Sardis in Western Turkey
Engaging Students in a Transdisciplinary Educational and Research Experience: The Science of Art
Engineering Technology History Wiki: An Engineering Society Educational Partnership
Fique and Luffa Fibers in Arts
Fracture on Marble-adhesive Interfaces of Restored Art Structures
Non-destructive Methods Using in Paintings on Traditional Temple Heritage in Taiwan
Reverse Engineering Ancient Greek Ceramics
Reverse Engineering the Physical Chemistry of Making Egyptian Faience with the Cementation Process
Role of Patina in the Construction of the Poetic Image of Colombian Sculpture of 20th Century
STEAM Initiatives at the Carlos Museum: Bringing Science into the Galleries and Cultural Heritage into the Classroom
Study Ancient Pigment Structure by Using Advanced Characterization Techniques
Studying Plating Thickness and Base Material Composition of Modern Silver-plated Cultural Heritage Objects Using a Handheld X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer
Swedish Vitrified Forts: Ironmaking, Building Technology, & Long-term Glass Degradation
Teaching Glass Science and Technology with a Historical and Art Object Museum Collection
The Analysis and Characterization of Iron Based Pigments on Corinthian Polychrome Ceramics
The Baltimore SCIART Collaborative Research and Education Initiative
Thermal Spray in Art & Architecture
Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide to Rehydrate Oven Dried Samples of Modern and Historic Wood with and without the Use of a Co-solvent


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