Tatiana Severin-Fabiani received a best poster award from the Synchrotron radiation and neutrons in Art and Archaeology International Committee, from the hands of its president, Dr Ina Reiche (Rathgen-Forschungslabor Berlin and LAMS Paris). Tatiana Severin-Fabiani works on the development of UV/visible synchrotron approaches to study oxides present in artistic and archaeological materials.
The two other awards of the conference were attributed to :
Frederik Vanmeert, University of Antwerp, Belgium (award from the SR2A International Committee)
Renfei Feng, Canadian Light Source, Canada (poster award)
Photo credits : Xavier Milan, Louvre