||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.