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Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metal WG

Sunday 21 December 2008 (Categories: Metals)

Call for Papers & Important Dates International Conference on Historic Metals Conservation Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metal WG Charleston, South Carolina, USA 11-15 October 2010 Original Papers Are Invited For Submission Under The Following Themes: Case Studies and Treatments •  Technical and authentication studies •  Conservation of large artifacts (e.g. practicality, sustainability, liability) •  Conservation of composite artifacts (e.g. mixed metals, metal-organic composites, metal threads, enameled, painted, plated, or guilded metals) •  Mass treatment (e.g. techniques, feasibility, limits) •  Conserving artifacts on a budget Research and Treatment Development •  Advances in metal analysis and corrosion characterization •  Progress in conservation treatments (e.g. stabilization techniques, cleaning, corrosion inhibitors, patination) •  New approaches in metals protection (e.g. coatings, patination, corrosion inhibitors, preventive   conservation, risk management analysis) •  Monitoring metal artifacts before and after conservation (e.g. documenting techniques, 3D scanning,  reproduction, numerical modeling) •  Technology transfer from the industry Authors interested in presenting a paper should submit an extended abstract (400-600 words) before 1 June 2009.  The work must be original and not previously published.  Contributions should be in English and include the contact information for the author[s] (affiliation, address, telephone, fax, and e-mail). The abstracts should be submitted via e-mail at the following address: All abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee based on three criteria:  (1) Originality (2) Quality (3) Contribution to the field of conservation After abstracts are reviewed and approved, all presenters will be required to submit a complete paper for publication in the Conference Proceedings.  For deadlines see: Metal 2010 Program Committee – Charleston, South Carolina U.S.A. Vasilike Argyropoulos • Technical Education Institute of Athens • Greece Regis Bertholon •Université Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne • France Stefan Brueggerhoff • Deutsches Bergbau-Museum • Germany Tom Chase • Chase Art Services • United States Christian Degrigny • Haute école de Conservation-restauration Arc • Switzerland David Hallam • National Museum of Australia • Australia Andrew Lins • Philadelphia Museum of Art • United States Ian Donald MacLeod • Perth Cultural Centre • Australia Paul Mardikian • Clemson Conservation Center • United States Jean-Bernard Memet • A-CORROS Expertises • France Alice Boccia Paterakis • Kaman-Kalehoyuk excavation • United States Emma Schmuecker • Royal Armouries Museum • United Kingdom David Scott • UCLA Conservation Program • United States John Scott • New York Conservation Foundation • United States Lyndsie Selwyn • Canadian Conservation Institute • Canada Joseph Sembrat • Conservation Solutions, Inc. • United States Shelley Sturman • National Gallery of Art • United States Johanna Theile • Facultad de Arte Universidad de Chile • Chile David Thickett • English Heritage • United Kingdom Robert Van Langh • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam • Holland David Watkinson • Cardiff University • United Kingdom  

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