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Subject: Call for papers--NYCF Conservation Science Annual

Call for papers--NYCF Conservation Science Annual

From: John Scott <nyconsnfdn<-at->
Date: Friday, February 20, 2009
16th Conservation Science Annual

2009 Eastern Analytical Symposium,
Somerset, New Jersey, near New York City, USA
November 16-20, 2009

Announcement, and Call for Papers

2009 is the 16th year for the NYCF Conservation Science Annual
symposium on the scientific aspect of the preservation of cultural
heritage such  as art, architecture and archaeological materials:
conservation science, the analytical methods and technology. Our
2009 invited sessions:

    "Terahertz Technology for Cultural Heritage Conservation"

        Two  sessions, chaired by Dr Kaori Fukunaga of Japan's
        National Institute of Information and Communications
        Technology, and by Dr J. Bianca Jackson of l'Ecole Nationale
        Superieure de Techniques Avancees, Paris

    "Monitoring and Modelling of the Heritage Environment"

        Two sessions, chaired by Dr Matija Strlic of University
        College, London

We have already confirmed active researchers to speak on our
session topics, and are completing arrangements. However Dr.
Fukunaga <kaori<-at->nict<.>go<.>jp>, Dr. Jackson
<j-bianca_jackson<-at->ensta<.>fr>, and Dr. Strlic <m_strlic<-at->ucl<.>ac<.>uk>
might still be able to consider paper proposals they receive
directly via email before March 13, 2009.

EAS and NYCF also welcome proposals for additional papers on
conservation science, for presentation in CSA 2009's "contributed
sessions."  Contributed posters are also welcome.  Please see:


Abstracts for contributed papers and posters must be submitted
online via the EAS website during March 1 to April 15, 2009. Please
carefully follow the submitting instructions you will find starting
March 1, 2009 at the EAS website:


To be sure that your contributed paper or poster will be considered
for the CSA contributed program, submit as directed above and *also*
send your abstract, with your complete contact information, directly
to John Scott of the EAS Program Committee: jscott<-at->eas<.>org>

The New York Conservation Foundation produces its CSA at the EAS
analytical chemistry international conference, for the benefit of
heritage conservation scientists, related researchers, applied
conservators, collection managers, students, and the interested
public. EAS registration is at very reasonable cost. Students
verifying current enrollment, and persons verifying current
unemployment, register at very low cost.

See CSA general info and history at:



    2008 sessions topics

    Search "heritage"

Proposals for future symposium sessions are welcome, to:

John Scott, Conservator-Analyst
EAS Program Committee
CSA Coordinator
N Y Conservation Fdn
New York, USA
+212 714 0620

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