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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Art and Cultural Heritage: Discoveries during the Pandemic Year
Sponsorship ACerS Art, Archaeology, and Conservation Science Division
Organizer(s) Marie D. Jackson, University of Utah
Jamie Lynn Weaver, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Scope This symposium will highlight the latest discoveries in the study of cultural heritage materials and findings surrounding the technology, engineering and materials science associated with art, archaeology and cultural heritage, including pigments, ceramics, building and architectural materials, glass, and metals. Submissions that report how material scientists redirected their research during the 2020-2021 pandemic year are also most welcome. The objective will be to report on the creative solutions that material scientists across industry, government, and academia developed to produce meaningful research and discoveries in cultural heritage during a time of restricted laboratory access, virtual conferences and travel shutdowns.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022

Acid Corrosion of Earthenware: Interactions between Aluminosilicates and Sulfur-Containing Adsorbents
Art Glass in Pittsburgh: A Creative Hub from Industrial Roots
Binder and Volcanic Aggregate Transformations in the Mortar of Tomb of Caecilia Metella Concrete, 1C BCE, Rome
Collaboration to Develop and Validate a Microanalytical Methodology to Analyze Early European Porcelains to Predict Firing Temperatures
Complementary Scientific Techniques for the Study of Mesoamerican Greenstone Objects
Egyptian Blue: Experimental Assessment of Process Variability for Museum Exhibition
From the Study of Ancient Objects to the Scientific Study of Culturally Innovated and Curated Technologies
M-1: Standard Artifacts: Reference Materials for Glass Cultural Heritage Research
Multiscale Imaging and Compositional Analysis Correlation of Heritage Science Materials
Reproduction of Melting Behavior for Vitrified Hillforts Based on Amphibolite, Granite, and Basalt Lithologies
The Identification of Materials and Processes Used in the Manufacture of Orotone, Hand-Colored Orotone, and Silvertone Photographs

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