MissionE-RIHS is the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science that supports research on heritage interpretation, preservation, documentation and management. E-RIHS mission is to deliver integrated access to expertise, data and technologies through a standardized approach, and to integrate world-leading European facilities into an organisation with a clear identity and a strong cohesive role within the global heritage science community.
Catalysing new cross-disciplinary research by mobilising expertise and researchers in the humanities and natural sciences.
Building state-of-the-art tools and services for research communities and the heritage industry.
Leading the way in the development of digital platforms for the improved understanding, visualisation and use of heritage.
Integrating world-class facilities across Europe to connect the global community of heritage science.
Driving scientific excellence and innovation through visionary research projects.
Developing skills and capabilities to build strong science and to foster collaboration.
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TECHNART 2019: the European conference on the use of Analytical methods for Characterization of Works of Art
TECHNART 2019 (Bruges, 7-10 May 2019) Organized by the University of Antwerp and the Municipal Museums of Bruges, the 2019 edition of TECHNART, the European conference on the use of Analytical methods for Characterization of Works of Art, will be held in Bruges on...
Call for Papers The next SEAHA Conference on Heritage Science will be held in the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment between April 1st and 3rd 2019. About the Event The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Bridging the Gap’ and through this...
O3A: Optics for Art, Architecture and Archaeology 2019 International Congress Center, Münich, 24-27 June 2019 The 9th conference on O3A: Optics for Arts, Architecture and Archaeology under the SPIE Optical Metrology symposium series is being held again in Munich at...