You are cordially invited to participate to the first edition of
Science and Sensitivity:
Pushing the limits of Analytical Chemistry through High-Sensitivity Diagnostics in Art and Archaeology.
The workshop aims at exchanging information about sensitive analytical techniques used for diagnostic of artworks and objects of historical-archaeological and forensic interest. The workshop will include lectures that will illustrates both theoretical aspects and case studies, in order to provide the audience with basic and more applicative aspects of the various analytical technologies. The topics covered within the conference sessions are related to theoretical and pratical aspects of:
- Raman Scattering spectroscopy Enhanced by Surfaces
- Infrared spectroscopy
- Ultra-HPLC coupled with mass spectrometry
- Synchrotrone applications and much more…
A brilliant array of national and international speakers from worldwide research Institutes will be involved in plenary lectures. The workshop will also be a great occasion for young researchers to illustrate their research activity and advances in analytical methods for conservation of Cultural Heritage. Furthermore, the involvement of companies producing analytical instrumentation is foreseen, in order to illustrate the most recent technological advancements of the various methodologies. Instrument manufacturers will also be given the opportunity to organize practical sessions, to illustrate the applicative potential of their tools.