16 February 2020
"Heritage Science" is interdisciplinary educational course, which aims to help students with understanding of "how" and "why" the most actual tasks of Cultural Heritage preservation can be resolved by means of combined use of engineering and humanitarian knowledge. The aim of the school "Heritage Science" is to provide students with information about the current achievements in the use of physical, chemical, laser and optoelectronic techniques in Cultural Heritage preservation. Heritage Science is a new, but rapidly growing field of technical and natural sciences which deals with analysis, restoration and documentation of works of art.
Nika Domanova - course coordinator; email@example.com
Vadim A. Parfenov - program coordinator, PhD, associate professor
Requirements: English language proficiency at a level not lower than Intermediate.
Bachelor's degree senior students in physics, optics, electronics, electrical engineering and materials science as well as in artworks conservation and history of art or Master's degree students in technical and humanitarian sciences fields
Participation in the School "Heritage Science" allows you to:
Get general knowledge about the basic principles of Heritage Science;
Study advanced physical, chemical, laser and optoelectronic techniques, which are used in Cultural Heritage preservation;
Learn about the design and operation of modern lasers, laser and optoelectronic systems for restoration and analysis of artworks;
Get skills of practical work on modern laser and optoelectronic equipment.
72 academic hours of professional practice.
EUR 330: Includes training, excursion program, study materials, migration support.