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Scientific events

10 September 2014 (Wednesday)

SYNCHROTRON RADIATION IN ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY (SR2A-2014) MUSÉE DU LOUVRE, PARIS, 10-12 SEPTEMBER 2014

Sept laboratoires du CNRS, du ministère de la Culture et du MNHN (IPANEMA à SOLEIL, C2RMF, LAMS, département de préhistoire du MNHN, LAPA, LRMH, CRCC) s’associent à PATRIMA et au Musée du Louvre pour organiser la sixième Conférence internationale Synchrotron Radiation in Art and Archaeology à Paris.

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7 November 2014 (Friday)

Colloque "European Conference on Biodeterioration of Stone Monuments"

tl_files/patrima/docs-actu/conferences/14-11-07 Errmece ECBSM.jpgLe colloque "European Conference on Biodeterioration of Stone Monuments", soutenu par la Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine et par les laboratoires ERRMECe et LRMH, se tiendra le 7 novembre prochain sur le site des Chênes de l'UCP.

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News

Tuesday 27 March 2012

The art lover Robot

The Laboratory ETIS of Cergy, Partnering Robotics, IRD, and the Quai Branly Museum join to offer an innovative cultural experimentation that explores new forms of interactions.

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Wednesday 7 March 2012

Heritage in the Age of Digital Humanities : How should training practices evolve?

Heritage in the Age of Digital Humanities : How should training practices evolve?

21, 22, 23 June 2012
French National Archives (Pierrefitte, near Paris)

Université Paris 8.

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People

Etienne Anheim

Etienne Anheim, member of ESR Research Centre (EA 2449), is the Scientific Coordinator of PATRIMA and PATRIMEX. Since 2006, he is associate Professor of Mediaeval History at UVSQ, Deputy Head of the History Department since 2009, Deputy Director of the Institute of Cultural Studies (2010). He was in charge of a Research project entitled “Administering by Writing” for the past two years, and he is now in charge of a Research project supported by the ANR, Music and Musicians of the Saintes-Chapelles (XIIIth-XVIIIth cent.), in collaboration with the universities of Tours and Dijon. [...]

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