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Research Infrastructures for Cultural Heritage and Global Change (3/14/2012 - 3/14/2012) Stampa contenuto

image Workshop organised by: European Commission, in collaboration with CHARISMA
Place:  Brussels, BE
Address:  Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) Parc du Cinquantenaire 1, Brussels, BE

The workshop, organised by the European Commission, in collaboration with CHARISMA, and hosted by the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA), the project local partner, is to foster the links between European research infrastructures' activities and other major European research initiatives in the domain of Cultural Heritage and Global Change.

Multidisciplinary cultural heritage research in the European Research Area requires multidisciplinary European research infrastructures, which address tangible and intangible cultural heritage issues of concern.  Research infrastructures enable researchers to carry out high quality research in many fields of science and technology. At the same time, such research facilities provide training of scientists and engineers and promote knowledge transfer and development of innovative techniques and instrumentation, so much needed in the field of cultural heritage' conservation and restoration.

Interventions are foreseen by senior national and European policy makers as well as by representatives of the civil society and academic experts to present major issues at stake and highlight directions for future policy actions. The workshop will offer an excellent opportunity to discuss major ERA initiatives such as the JPI on Cultural Heritage and Global Change, ESFRI strategic developments in the field of research infrastructures (social and cultural innovation) and EU funded activities and research projects (environment, social sciences and humanities) such as DARIAH, EuNamus and CHARISMA activities and achievements in art conservation/restoration.

Participation is restricted by the European Commission to invited stakeholders.
The draft agenda is downloadable here.

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