The Imaging & Sensing for Archaeology, Art History & Conservation (ISAAC) mobile laboratory was established in 2006 at Nottingham Trent University to further develop the use of optical imaging and sensing instruments in archaeology, art, history, and conservation.
To date, he has started prestigious collaborations with museums and institutions all over the world.
Research and work focus on:
- the development of novel non-invasive optical instruments for imaging and sensing;
- applications of science to heritage (heritage science) including the use of ISAAC’s unique instruments; and
- develop applications of ISAACS’s imaging instrumentation expertise to a broad range of disciplines and industries including making economic and societal impacts.
ISAAC is currently engaged in the preparatory phase for the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS)