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Eastern Analytical Symposium

From: John Scott <nyconsnfdn>
Date: Thursday, March 30, 2006
The Next NYCF / EAS Conservation Science Annual at the Eastern
Analytical Symposium (EAS) will be on November 11-16, 2006 in
Somerset, New Jersey  USA

NYConsnFdn [at] aol__com

EAS is an annual international professional meeting on analytical
chemistry, where the New York Conservation Foundation (NYCF)
coordinates and co-supports the Conservation Science Annual symposia
as part of annual EAS technical and exposition programs. Since 1994,
the EAS Program Committee, NYCF and other sponsors have supported
these symposia on the scientific aspect of the preservation of
cultural heritage such as art, architecture and archaeological
materials: conservation science, the analytical methods and
technology. See archived programs on NYCF website and CoOL.
Proposals to NYCF for future symposia are welcome throughout the

2006  Program: Two Conservation Science Annual mini-symposia, one
with technical sessions and short courses. All are arranged in
conjunction with the Eastern Analytical Symposium:

Symposium I. Electrochemical Techniques in Metal Conservation
Saturday and Sunday am and pm, November 11-12, 2006
Short Course, Lectures and Laboratories:

    "Introduction to parameters for monitoring, storage and
    Christian Degrigny

Monday, November 13, 2006  sessions:

    Electrochemical Study of Corrosion Processes and Control
    Virginia Costa, Desmond Cook, David Hallam, Luisa Maria
    Abrantes, Tara L Shedlosky

    In-situ Monitoring of Corrosion Processes on Metal Artifacts
    Ian MacLeod, Blanca Rosales, Paola Letardi, Annemie Adriaens

Tuesday, November 14, 2006 sessions:

    Electrochemical Treatment of Metal Artifacts
    Christian Degrigny, Donny L. Hamilton, Paul Mardikian,
    Jean-Bernard Memet, Virginia Costa, Annemie Adriaens

    Electrochemistry in Conservation (contributed papers, panel)
    See Call for Papers and Posters, Online linked to NYCF's EAS

Wednesday and Thursday AM and PM, November 15-16, 2006
Short Course, Lectures and Laboratories:

    "Introduction to portable electrochemical devices"
    Lead instructor Virginia Costa; presentations anticipated from
    Paola Letardi, Ian MacLeod, and Blanca Rosales

Symposium II. Archaeological Evidence for Ancient Beverages
Tuesday, November 14, 2006 session:

    Archaeological Evidence for Ancient Beverages
    Donn Warner, Patrick McGovern, Patrick Ryan Williams, Karin
    Viklund, Hans-Peter Stika

John Scott
CAS coordinator

                  Conservation DistList Instance 19:48
                  Distributed: Friday, March 31, 2006
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Received on Thursday, 30 March, 2006

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