Philippe Walter at UCLA : new analytical techniques applied on art and cultural materials

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Advanced analytical techniques applied on Cultural heritage materials shed new lights on ancient technologies and help for the preservation of the artefacts. The precious character of the most famous works of art and their uniqueness imply particular cautions and require instruments which may give the maximum of information directly on the objects, in-situ in the museums or in the archaeological sites.

Wanna know more ? On Friday, October 7th, 2016, Dr. Philippe Walter from the Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archaeology (CNRS-Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) will give two lectures about:

Using non-invasive chemical analysis with mobile instruments to understand artists" motivation in antiquity

More info on the UCLA website


New Mobile Instruments for In-Situ Chemical, Analysis of Art Materials

More info on MS&E Seminar