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Mini Workshop on Cultural Heritage Science with delegates from Stanford

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In connection with the stay of Uwe Bergmann at IPANEMA, the French Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine/LabEx PATRIMA supports the visit of a delegation from Stanford University from 20 to 22 February 2017. This workshop dedicated to cultural heritage science is organized by Loïc Bertrand (IPANEMA), Uwe Bergmann (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) and Anne-Julie Etter (Université de Cergy-Pontoise - Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine).

Stanford’s delegates will attend a morning sessions on manuscripts at Versailles and an afternoon at IPANEMA and SOLEIL Synchrotron. They will meet members of the several laboratories (DYPAC, CHCSC, LinX, FAST and IPANEMA), of different beamlines at SOLEIL and from the Université Paris-Saclay. These meetings on Saclay’s area will enable to explore opportunities for partnership between Stanford and organisations based on Saclay’s area. Stanford delegates will work together with the representatives of Université Paris-Saclay to identify interdisciplinary pilote areas of common interest for the two universities.
The delegation will also meet representatives of the French National Library and of the Musée Rodin.

Stanford delegation is composed of seven persons :

  • Uwe Bergmann - Distinguished Staff Scientist, Stanford PULSE Institute, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
  • Sam Webb – Staff Scientist, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, SLAC
  • Susan Roberts-Manganelli - Director, Art + Science Learning Lab, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford
  • Ben Albritton - Digital Medieval Projects Manager, Stanford University Libraries
  • Sarah Sussman - Curator, French and Italian Collections, Stanford University Libraries
  • Kristen St. John - Conservation Services, Stanford University Libraries
  • Alberto Salleo – Associate Professor, Dpt of Materials Science and Advanced Materials, Stanford Univ.