Sociedad de Arqueometría Aplicada al Patrimonio Cultural

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Abierto el plazo de inscripción y recepción de resúmenes para el XIII Congreso Ibérico de Arqueometría

El XIII Congreso Ibérico de Arqueometría (XIII CIA), organizado en colaboración con el Centro Interdisciplinario de Arqueología y Evolución del Comportamiento Humano (ICArEHB) de la Universidad del Algarve, el Centro de Ciencias y Tecnologías Nucleares (C2TN), Universidad de Lisboa y la Sociedad de Arqueometría Aplicada al Patrimonio Cultural (SAPaC,) se celebrará en Faro (Portugal), entre los días 16 y 19 de octubre de 2019, en la Universidad del Algarve, Campus de Gambelas.

La fecha límite de envío de resúmenes es el 22 de Febrero de 2019.

Toda la información está disponible en la web: https://xiiicia.icarehb.com/xiiicia/

https://xiiicia.icarehb.com/xiiicia/

Special issue on "Mineralogy in Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage"

We are organizing a special issue that may be of interest to you. As the Guest Editor, I cordially invite you to submit a manuscript for consideration and possible publication in a special issue on "Mineralogy in Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage" to be published in /Minerals/ (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/minerals), an open access journal that covers all aspects of mineralogy and mineral processing research. /Minerals/ is covered by the leading indexing and abstracting services, including Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science), Chemical Abstracts, Scopus and GeoRef. The Impact Factor of Minerals is 1.835 (JCR 2017).

The Special Issue on “Mineralogy in Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage” is to provide a unique forum allowing scientists working in this field to present their recent results in any of the research areas related to mineralogy in archaeometry and cultural heritage. The *deadline for manuscript* submission is 15 October 2019

/Minerals/ is fully open access. Open access (unlimited and free access by readers) increases publicity and promotes more frequent citations, as indicated by several studies. Open access is supported by the authors and their institutes. Article Processing Charges of CHF 1400 apply to accepted papers.

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/minerals/special_issues/Archaeometry_Heritage

'Science and Past: Studying and Preserving Organic and Biomaterial Heritage

13/03/2019 - 15/03/2019

The course is focused on the development and use of scientific techniques in order to extract archaeological, historical and conservation information from organic and biomaterials belonging to our cultural heritage. In this edition, special focus will be given on understand and preserve these type of materials through an in-depth scientific approach.

The lectures are addressing to students, researchers and professionals in chemistry, physics, biology, paleontology, archaeology, conservation science, etc., to acquire a solid knowledge on the state of art of this topic, applied to the study, safeguarding, conservation and authentication of material heritage.

PROGRAM
Wednesday, 13th March

From bones and clay to human behaviour. Contributions from the Sima de los Huesos (Atapuerca)
Reconstruction of genomic history: Part I, Methodology.
Reconstruction of genomic history: Part II, Applications .
Thursday, 14th March

Archaeological chemistry: Detecting Molecules to identify ancient materials.
Characterisation of archaeological waterlogged wood by pyrolysis and mass spectrometric techniques: Part 1.
Characterisation of archaeological waterlogged wood by pyrolysis and mass spectrometric techniques: Part 2.
Friday, 15th March

Characterisation of Asian lacquers: a focus on analytical pyrolysis.
The analysis of natural dyes in a museum context.
Discussion and concluding remarks

Detailed program:
http://iuca.unizar.es/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Preliminary-Program-2019.pdf

http://iuca.unizar.es/noticia/science-and-past-studying-and-preserving-organic-and-biomaterial-heritage/

SAPaC. Contacto administrativo: teléfono 00 34 96 354 3619, correo electrónico: info_ ARROBA _sapac.es