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Eastern Analytical Symposium

From: John Scott <nyconsnctr>
Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2006
November 2006 program in science for archaeology

Please circulate these links to program and registration info on our
fast-approaching mid-November program of sessions and short courses
on current electrochemical technology and methods for study and
preservation of archaeological metal artifacts.

All speakers and  instructors are top international experts in their
fields. This is a rare event for electrochemistry in archaeology,
not likely to soon be repeated in North America.

See <URL:http://www.NYCF.org/eas.html>. Scroll down for 2006 Program
electrochemistry listings all on one page; further down are listings
of  programs since 1994.

General, Preliminary Program, and registration info on EAS, the
international meeting that hosts and co-supports our annual program
on sciences in cultural heritage conservation.

Download EAS Preliminary Program at

    <URL:http://www.eas.org/pdf/EAS_Prelim06_6.pdf>

Register online at:

    <URL:https://www2.compusystems.com/
        servlet/AttendeeRegLoginServlet?evt_uid=245>

Short course E06-17: "Introduction to parameters for monitoring,
storage and treatment," (11/12) Instructor: Dr Christian Degrigny,
Chateau de Germolles, Mellecey, FR, Coordinator of the  Metal
Working Group of the International Council on Museums'  Conservation
Committee

Short course E06-11: "Introduction to portable electrochemical
devices," (11/15 and 11/16) Instructors : Virginia Costa, Institut
National du Patrimoine (INP), St. Denis, FR;  Hercilio Gomes de
Melo, Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo; Lecturers:
Paola Letardi, CNR-ISMAR-Sezione di Genova; Ian MacLeod, Western
Australian Museum; Blanca Rosales, CIDEPINT, Argentina

Although we heavily  subsidize them, the short courses also depend
on participants' very reasonable additional registration fees.  We
need to reach short course registration minimums within the week.
Your  registration, or your colleague's or your student's or your
intern's, could make the difference.

Interested? Want to learn current technology and methods?  Register
now. See you there,

John Scott
EAS Governing Board and Program Committee
President, New York Conservation Foundation
New York City, USA
646-339-6566


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