Musée du Louvre, Paris, 9—12 Sept 2014
Seven laboratories from CNRS, ministry of Culture and MNHN (IPANEMA at SOLEIL, C2RMF, LAMS, MNHN Prehistory Department, LAPA, LRMH, CRCC) join with PATRIMA and the Louvre Museum to organize the Sixth International Conference on Synchrotron radiation and neutrons in art and archaeology (SR2A-2014) in Paris.
The conference will consist of three full days of oral presentations and poster sessions in the heart of the Louvre museum, Paris, France: 9—12 September 2014.
SR2A-2014 is open to all interested professionals, including archaeologists, conservation scientists, conservators, geochemists and material scientists, researchers with experience utilising large-scale research facilities and other analytical techniques, curators, cultural heritage managers, art historians, students, potential users of synchrotrons, etc. The Louvre venue is intended to provide an unprecedented opportunity for professionals from Europe and worldwide to meet and share their expertise and experience.
The conference language is English.
|Jan. 25||2nd Circular. Opening of registration.|
|Apr. 30||Abstracts for oral presentations due (extended).|
|May 15||Authors acceptance notification.|
|June 15||End of early registration.|
|Sept. 9||Opening of conference.|