most ancient marble figure?
The world is multivariate!* In order to be significant the data coming from diagnostic on Environment as well as on Cultural Heritage must be multivariate.
Italian reform of the University discipline (raggruppamenti) years ago introduced the group Chim12 "Ambiente e Beni Culturali" (Environment and Cultural Heritage); this let to the institution of degree courses devoted to these topics and, furthermore, it is easier to individuate people involved on the subject.
The aim of the conference is to favour the meeting between researchers, experts, connoisseurs and competent on Measurements , Diagnostics , Sampling , Characterisation , Monitoring , Sensors application , Sensory panel , Probing , Experimental , On-site studies , Evaluation and Audits , Screening , Quantification and of course Statistic applied to Environment and to Cultural Heritage fields.
In the CMA4CH 2006 edition a new words was coined, Cultherimetry and Cultherimetrics, describing statistic application to Cultural Heritage studies.
Contributions from experts on diagnostic applied to the topic, restorers and all people involved on the Environment and Cultural Heritage protection, are welcome for a useful exchange of news on the "State of Art", particularly on the current unsolved problems.
The meeting is split in the following three main keynotes, presented in not parallel sections:
In addiction we make up an "authoritative list" of researchers and experts in Measure and diagnostic applied to Cultural Heritage field and to Environment Analysis field and this is one of our objective. This list is available for anyone who needs expert's suggestions or expert's analysis to support his/her research in restoration, conservation, pollutants analysis or prevention.
This list is maintained and supported by Meeting Organising Committee. If you want to contact one of the authors (for expertise, consulting, cooperation) .
One other method to obtain a list of researchers engaged in those fields is read the list of participants in previous editions.
All the following subjects are related to Cultural Heritage Analysis (C.H.A.) and Environmental Analysis (E.A.) and Statistic are welcome for oral or poster presentations.
For the 2020 edition of CMA4CH we announce to accept also (if very well conducted): confirmatory study, research with negative results and so-called null studies.
The following sub topics, themes are welcome and we are ready to review your presentation (probably you recognise topics already see in our or other congresses, the scientific world is not so large).
|Environmental studies on||Cultural Heritage and artefacts, studies on||Statistic and metrology studies on|
|monitoring of pops in the waters matrix, from aquatic ecosystem to milk or beverage||pigment degradation studies: coupling invasive and non-invasive analyses||free form defects measurement by interferometry, quality of data and accuracy|
|1 billion people use wood to cooking, is this an accelerator of climate change changes?||belated changes of finishing elements that alter the architectural character of the building||examples of data spread, mathematical and graphical analysis|
|geodesy and remote sensing to predict land disaster||gaps filling in architecture of historical building||interlaboratory comparisons on the forensic analysis|
|geosciences for the environment, natural hazard and Cultural Heritage||governing innovation in historical building||metrology for biopharmaceuticals: higher order protein structural analysis|
|air quality in Europe and in Italy||itineraries of visitation to the underground architectural rests of ancient historical building||monitoring of aging climatic chambers: metrology and risks analysis|
|sustainable circular economy: waste become a raw material||construct on the built: regenerate, recycle, reuse the existing||new leaves reference material for elemental agrochemical analysis|
|monitoring of the indoor Environment to aid health of users||architectural surfaces: the finishes||accuracy of non-invasive non-destructive methods in C.H. and Environmental analysis|
|studies of oil spill in soil and offshore||a hundred laser applications in the Environment and Cultural Heritage||estimation of measurement uncertainty in pumps and flow|
|maritime landscapes and seascapes: interdisciplinary approaches in research||aid of environmental monitoring to conservation of Cultural Heritage||computational nanometrology of nanostructure morphologies: why and how?|
|think heretic! Should we listen to Giordano Bruno and Cristoforo Colombo for the progress of science?||alternative probing for Cultural Heritage||modelling and reconstructing signals from heterogeneous time averages|
|application of the physics of ionizing and non-ionizing radiations in environmental sciences||compatible protection and sustainable restoration of the hidden Cultural Heritage||oblivion and Digital Dark Age|
|expert and decision system to support authority in environmental problems solution||computational modelling and detection for Cultural Heritage||errors of commission versus errors of omission in large data set|
|the interdisciplinary research in environmental studies, how to?||development of materials and methods for the conservation and restoration of Cultural Heritage||challenges of traceable electrolytic conductivity measurements in water|
|biodiversity research using DNA banking||development of new digital graphic instruments such as BIM, GIS and others, for knowledge, analysis, protection and conservation of Cultural Heritage||resolution, improve it whit?|
|circular economy: management, exploitation of waste and reduction of environmental impact||importance, social value and policies in the management of information for the conservation of Cultural properties||disorder introduced by the measure, method to overcome (indeterminate by measure)|
|effects and recovery of plants from chemical stress||innovative analytical methodologies for diagnostics applied to Cultural Heritage||is there an instrument/method with stability (idiot proof) for our measure?|
|biomonitoring of air pollution and human health||interdisciplinary technological approaches for the conservation and valorisation of the underground Cultural Heritage||ground truth in statistical models and real world measures|
|environmental toxicology and human health||materials and methods for the conservation of Cultural Heritage||reliability on our measures|
|plastics fragments under 1000um in Environment, environmental risk and human health||new technologies, products and materials for conservation and maintenance of Cultural Heritage||features and problems of metrological traceability of gas mixtures|
|biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management||Pasteur's quadrant and the status of science in Cultural Heritage||accuracy, and uncertainty the gum protocol|
|marine science, coastal dynamics and management||physical methods and quantitative approaches for conservation, diagnosis, detection and restoration of Cultural Heritage||accuracy and true value shooting|
|new outlook in BOD measurement and bioprocess management||physics applied to Cultural Heritage||best practice for storage and conservation of calibration standard|
|prevention of natural hazards and disaster management||virtual access to underground hidden Cultural Heritage||good practices for use of calibration standard|
|soils salinization, causes, consequences and management||X-ray spectroscopy as diagnostic system for Cultural Heritage||limit of quantification, how to?|
|studies in environmental chemistry & water resource management||plastic in arts, composite artefacts and supposed lifetime||best available technique (bat) and gold standard test in metrology/measures|
|"cocktail of pollutants" studies of interaction with wildlife and human||comparative evaluation of the results of treatments: positive or negative outcomes||improvement of radiation thermometry calibration and measurement capabilities|
|emerging pollutants in the water: antibiotics, PFOAs, micro and nano plastics (and more)||conservation of architectural heritage outdoors||off-results, outliers, accidental, leverage value|
|emerging contaminants in soils, air and water||restoration of the remains of ancient buildings incorporated into later buildings (underground and elevation parts)||new capacitance method for the determination of capacitance meter nonlinearity and error|
|plastic litter, macro, meso and micro level in the Mediterranean Sea||modelling the degradation of ancient pigments||CRM granite square gauge to evaluate accuracy and performance of 3D laser scanner|
|measure and statistic in atmospheric physics and climatology, oceanography||photochemistry of artefact materials: implications for preventive conservation and museum lighting policies||the metrology qualification of the operators of 3D measurement|
|use of statistic in oceanography||hidden Cultural Heritage (underwater, underground, destroyed), best practice||precision and repeatability|
|microclimate in underground site, an extreme measure challenge||large-scale, networked analysis and interpretation of material attributes for the study of artefacts||calibration laboratories challenges: service quality and representativeness|
|investigations on their environmental effects of hydrophobic chemicals||practice and maintenance results. good practice||more and more validation, necessary for representativeness|
|megacity, human and environmental exposure to chemicals||sculpture, public art and monuments, conservation problems||sampling strategies for representativeness|
|proposing the use of more sustainable chemicals||conservation and restoration works and projects||two priorities, pertinence and representativeness|
|soil microbiology, ecology and biochemistry||permanent maintenance and restoration projects||dimensionality, need in the new world (petabyte, attomole)|
|biodegradable plastics: potential risk of by-degradation compounds||correct use of scientific methods in Cultural Heritage research||what generators to dynamically produce reference-standard gas mixtures for atmospheric studies|
|environmental microbial biofilms and human microbiomes||reversibility problems and/or analytical techniques for the evaluation of treatment residues||historical metrology of thermal properties and measure|
|deforestation and illegal logging, risk factors for world forests||a high-quality scientific programme including new emerging topics in Cultural Heritage such as:||sensory panel and management of experts and results|
|climate change and coastal zones, an unsolved problem||lack of maintenance of HAVC and destruction of Cultural Heritage artefacts (better a passive system?)||low frequency and radiofrequency electrical metrology applied to 3D studies|
|plants under water scarcity, new species and studies||the interdisciplinary research in Cultural Heritage studies, how to?||the influence Environment on calibration and uncertainty of the highest accuracy mass standards and weights|
|devices and sensors for Environment: semiconductor, thin films, nanotechnologies, optical, spintronic, magnetic, superconductivity||light-matter interaction (spectroscopy, reflectance, fluorescence, e.g.) in Cultural Heritage field||proficiency tests: measurement of the mass activity of radioactive samples|
|replacement of hazardous chemicals for environmental protection, problems for the industry and the economy||seismic improvement and heritage/environmental impact||probabilistic and un-probabilistic sampling in Cultural Heritage studies|
|effects of antibiotics in the environment, how to do accurate measure||dating of mortar and stones artefacts||S.I., systeme international d'unites, application at measures in real world|
|measuring with low selectivity/specificity||metals in Cultural Heritage small and large artefacts||what are we measuring, specificity and selectivity?|
|sediments studies for monitoring, evaluating remedy effectiveness, site-history||modern metals in Cultural artefacts||smart metrology, description of potentiality|
|geodynamics, tectonics-physics, seismology||the role of innovative monitoring techniques in the management of information for the diagnostic/conservation||metrology in measurement of temperature and gas concentration|
|studies on green energy||the stones in the architecture and heritage artefacts||structured method for assessing uncertainties on CRM|
|energy efficiency and in-urban power generation||nanotechnologies for conservation of artefacts, good or bad news?||the interlaboratory comparisons are inescapable|
|environmental physics and applied geophysics||conservation and enhancement of archaeological sites||forensic metrology: its importance and evolution|
|environment, climate and health, extreme weather events||technological approaches for the conservation and valorisation of the underwater Cultural Heritage and maritime archaeology||errors correction in large manufacturing|
|the sciences of environment, the institutions, the operators at the threshold of the 90s||difficulties in restoring due to the substitution of hazardous chemicals||pragmatic big data and smart manufacturing|
|from uncertainty to reliable information||conservation of Cultural Heritage: the contribution of chemistry||design of experiment, reduce measure number and obtain more information|
|chemical physical aspects of living systems||expected life and maintenance of ancient and modern concretes||accuracy in advanced temperature control chamber for aging studies|
|environmental risk of the aquaculture large plants||visual heritage, digitize the artefacts for research, record, reconstruct||how many rounding method exist|
|Environment friend: green chemistry and green engineering||conservation treatment, old and new||measure repetition and deviation, how many?|
|environmental persistence and biodegradation||Cultural Heritage and climate change: impact and adaptation||determination of measurement uncertainty by simulation|
|environmental pollution and health hazards||X-ray tomography and x-ray radiography||assessment of airflow measurement uncertainty at terminal devices|
|analysis, evaluation and management of chemical risk||devices and sensors for heritage diagnostic: semiconductor, thin films, nanotechnologies, optical, spintronic, magnetic, superconductivity||do our measuring devices speak the same language?|
|instruments and indicators of environmental sustainability||effect of contaminated ecosystems on Cultural Heritage objects||accuracy in humidity measurement, as more instruments show low selectivity|
|tools and indicators of environmental sustainability||advances in optical coherence tomography for heritage science||how to digitalise your calibration|
|3R (reduce, reuse, recycle, recovery) policies can help the Environment?||is it or isn't it true? the forensic analysis supported by statistic in Cultural Heritage studies||validation of the photometric method used for micropipette calibration|
|environmental risk of endocrine/lipid disruptors||appropriate statistical analyses applied to the studies of Cultural Heritage tourism||definitions for the S.I., derived quantities, and applications|
|other studies on the true starting date of climate change, use of wood for fuel/construction and birth of the city-state||art demystified: how to authenticate a modern/contemporary painting by analytical techniques||high resolution computed tomography systems for nondestructive dimensional measurement in industrial applications|
|integration of health and environmental data to understand risk factors||study of traditional methods of metal crafts including the history of techniques||metrology for LNG custody, transfer and transport in fuel applications|
|nanoparticles and nanoplastics in the environment: distribution, transformations and biological effect||the plaster: history, culture and technology||validation of a metrological atomic force microscope for dimensional nanometrology applications|
|teaching and history of environmental physics||Cultural Heritage facing catastrophe: prevention and recoveries||statistical analysis of a distribution of sampling data|
|multiparametric, multimethods, multitechniques to validate decisions in environmental studies||degradation and restoration of oil-based paints||traceable calibration of accelerometers in a wide frequency and flux range|
|correct use of scientific methods in environmental studies||regulatory aspects of restoration, need more?||Galileo Galilei and reproducibility of "the measures"|
|metrology applied to environmental studies||high resolution hyper-spectral imaging for art conservation: the technical complexity of Mpixel/Gpixel computation||devices and methods in the field of metrology|
|remote sensing in environmental studies||heritage diagnostics with particle and neutron accelerators||investigation of laboratories performance carrying out verifications in legal mass metrology|
|use of modern computer vision in environmental studies||virtual and active retouching: technology versus perception||management of reference measurement standards as part of smart metrology|
|validation: using of CRM and quality benchmarks in environmental studies||advances in metal analysis and corrosion characterization||strategies to reduce the cost of sampling and obtain more data|
|antrophic pollution produced by global warming||the surfaces of the architecture: the terracotta||international temperature interlaboratory comparisons|
|environmental effects/risk of metals (speciation and bioavailability)||cross cultural exchanges||volts and ohm high accuracy standard use for calibration of multifunction electrical instruments and for interlaboratory comparisons|
|environmental pollution produced by sustainable energy||the stucco, more then 2 thousand of history||metrological support dedicated to Raman-based distributed temperature|
|packing, development and evaluation of advanced materials||nondestructive study of cultural objects using neutron and x-ray imaging to find material characteristics and manufacturing||modelling and evaluation of the energy saving under the improvements of the calibrators of temperature by finite element method|
|studies in polymer analysis in environment: rubber elastomer and composite materials||the presence of historic architecture inside the modern||measure and mathematical models, descriptors, estimates, confidence, etc.|
|toxicity of nanomaterials||analytical techniques to tracing the origin of the object||graphics to describe distribution of sampling data to non-experts|
|intentional, deliberate dissemination of radionuclides in Environment (army, counterweight, pigments, nonexistent mininukes, etc.), measure for diagnostic and remediation||the knowledge site, the restoration site, the teaching site||accuracy in positioning method|
|not so new pollutants: biocides and veterinary medicines||microscopy and spectroscopy for artefact diagnostic||metrology, psychometrics and new horizons for innovation|
|environmental data collection and modelling||think back to prevention and maintenance||correct evaluation of readiness (rise time, time constant, response time)|
|integrated approaches in ecotoxicology: experimental and modelling||how modern computer vision and machine learning may impact the analysis of art||how to select method for more sensitivity|
|modelling and monitoring of new pesticides molecules||the cleaning of architectural surfaces: evolution, results and criticality||measurement of thermal conductivity of liquid: comparative study between a steady state method and transient method|
|landscape ecology, ecosystem and conservation biology||interpreting artistic practices despite the alterations of works of art||metrological measure of particulate content of biogas|
|multivariate approach to study limnological, stratigraphic, excavation profile||parchment manuscripts and beasts to craft, a biological archive||innovations in the field of traceable calibration of liquid|
|function and structure of biological systems, bioindicators||design the restorations (and experimental design)||more metrology problems in the era of cyber systems and Internet of things|
|emerging technologies and new raw materials fill environment, new risk?||archaeological and historical metal objects||J. Martin Bland and Douglas G. Altman test for bilateral comparison|
|pollution of industrial and mining waters||analytical techniques: biological applications||enhancement factor measurements under atmospheric conditions|
|application of digital technology for the sustainable management, knowledge and social innovation||concrete and armed concrete, diagnostic and prediction of lifecycle||increasing of infrared radiation temperature measurement accuracy in real conditions|
|time series analysis of environmental data||epidemiology and data mining to assess environmental requirements for art collections||metrology to improve humidity measurements at high temperatures and transient conditions|
|pattern recognition of environmental data||optical spectroscopy and colorimetry||more and more errors, (random, constant, periodic, systematic, blinding, e.g.), error propagation|
|climate change and medical entomology||monitoring of the indoor Environment in heritage building or museum, how to||use of metrology in quantum cryptography|
|hidden and classified information of environmental data can improve public health or open-data do better?||de-restoration: problems with the removal of old materials||precision and uncertainty, the QUAM book|
|devices and methods for the transfer, storage and conservation of energy||monitoring results on restoration materials||metrology and measurements for water quality|
|biopesticides: a new pollutant?||retrospective compatibility assessments: interactions between restoration materials and original materials||dynamic pressure transducer calibration: traceable?|
|the nature reserve as "zero level" in the search for environmental pollutants||theoretical knowledge and developments for the preservation of traditional masonry construction system||metrology for the protection of individuals and workers in the field of radiation|
|luminescent biomonitoring, cells, enzyme, bioassays of different complexity||documentation and monitoring in metal conservation (e.g. 3D digitization, modelling, etc.)||interlaboratory comparisons and correlations|
|numerical simulation. Monte Carlo methods for environmental monitoring||progress in conservation methods (stabilization techniques, cleaning, etc.)||is your laboratory accredited for measuring traffic emissions remotely?|
|halogenated compounds monitoring||new approaches to metal protection such as coatings and corrosion inhibitors||true values? true value, conventional true value, generally accepted true value|
|biology for environmental monitoring||maintenance and conservation of the built between tradition and innovation||W. Edwards Deming test in comparison of two dataset with measure's errors|
|bird species and pollutants: risk and using for monitoring||materials, products in restoration: market offer is an innovation?||metrological infrastructure for biogas and biomethane conformity assessment|
|microbial ecotoxicology in environmental risk assessment and ecosystem monitoring||stolen, theft and missing works of art: the contribution of statistic/database to contrast it||traceable measurement with AFM: an experimental approach for realistic uncertainty assessment|
|particulate matter in ecosystems, measure and monitoring||risk assessment and monitoring of Cultural Heritage (pollution, climate change, natural events, microclimate||economic feasibility for the creation and maintenance of physical quantities primary measurement standards|
|environmental factors and lifestyles: parallel paths, but rarely convergent||predicting chemical compatibility and aging of materials in an assembly of modern art||production and validation of primary carbon dioxide reference standards|
|very large-scale studies of emissions and environmental footprints||permanent maintenance of the archaeological underground constructions: cisterns, caves, water systems, vaults, temples and entire cities||comparison of commercial software packages for statistic|
|ecotoxicology and human toxicology: from molecules to organisms||vulnerability assessment: agents and mechanisms of decay (physical, chemical and biological)||analysis of interlaboratory comparisons testing: if the measurements are not normally distributed|
|fatigue for publication of papers with your research? How to overcome?||sensing techniques applied for the structural health monitoring||the invasive measure: non-invasive, semi-invasive, destructive, non-destructive|
|micro and nanoplastics ecotoxicology||dating, not just radionuclides||bilateral comparison of the measure instruments|
|nanoparticles toxicology||evaluating novel surface cleaning systems for modern and contemporary art||an accurate method for the enthalpy of fusion measurements|
|using invertebrate species in ecotoxicology||the consolidation of architectural and decorative apparatuses||development of optical methods for surface and volumetric measurements|
|food conservation methods and packaging for environmental sustainable packaging||predicting, detecting, quantifying the degradation phenomena||measurement concept|
|assessment of environmental contamination phenomena||detecting, quantifying and predicting degradation phenomena: experimental and theoretical approaches||a problem in publication, the significant figures|
|good practice for hygrometric measurement in a specific application||reconstructing the genetic history of world wide human populations||confidence interval, mathematical, statistic and forensic point of view|
|interaction of global warming, climate change and pollution||chemoluminescence, thermoluminescence, thermography||good practices and uncertainty assessment process|
|remediation of soil, air and water pollution||deterioration and conservation of modern metals||the resolution, extraresolution, oversampling in the digital world|
|outdoor odorigenic pollution and new indoor sources||architectural metals, diagnostic and protection||data robustness and operator interaction|
|use of synchrotron light sources in soil and water studies||conservation and restoration: interventions carried out||calibration of specific masses, how to meet the accuracy and representativeness?|
|how to communicate the risks posed by new/old pollutants to street man?||the historical stratifications: reuse what already exists, transforming the constraints in opportunities||new graphics to describe anomalies in a distribution|
|climate change and sustainable agriculture||relationship between investment in knowledge and results of interventions||new concept for limit of detection (and saturation)|
|safer detection through optimised data processing||conservation of towers and other vertical buildings, how to||AFM nanoparticle sizing and modelling pixel for size uncertainty studies|
|recover, restoration, recycling, reduce, reuse and other R for the Environment safeguard||analysis of the teaching and learning processes of diagnostics for Environment and conservation||metrology to validate decisions in Cultural Heritage and Environmental studies|
|analysis of the teaching and learning processes of diagnostics for Environment and conservation||calibrating the crowd: the quality of citizen science data in preventive conservation||experimental design (DoE) before a time series analysis|
|communication and dissemination of scientific culture in Environmental studies||historical paving, restoration, gap filling and conservation|
|linear and circular accelerators for diagnostics, medical, environmental, industrial and conservation||communication and dissemination of scientific culture in Cultural Heritage field|
|suggested method to study biodiversity and their conservation||military heritage, discovery, conservation|
|alternative approaches to testing animal for ecotoxicity assessments||new strategies for preventive conservation|
|environmental monitoring for health purposes: current studies and perspectives||new strategies for treatment-based conservation|
|environmental quality criteria and environmental risk assessment||preventive conservation and management of collections research studies in metal conservation|
|epidemiology for environmental risk assessment||the mosaics, discovery, materials, conservation|
|pollinators: new studies in environmental risk assessment||the state of the art in time-based media conservation|
|environmental chemistry, analysis, monitoring, modelling, statistic||analysis of serial ancient objects with statistic|
|visual environment, digitize the surroundings for research, record, reconstruction||photophysical properties of commercial pigments in plastic arts|
|effect of suspended sand on seawater conductivity measurements||mixing x-ray images and visible images for the application in art investigation|
|diagnostic problem of plastic litter at micrometric scale (< 100um), what's instrument/method?||cleaning of architectural surfaces and restoration|
|ammunition in Environment, Pb, U, Cd, Cu, and gunpowder is environmental risk?||heresy and orthodoxy in restoration|
|ecology and ecosystems of coastal zones||management and sustainability of the Cultural Heritage information produced by diagnostic or restoration|
|anthropogenic and natural sources of environmental contaminants||on the wall paintings, project a diagnostic and use for restoration|
|using terrestrial ecological biomonitoring in environmental monitoring of contaminants||study of biological phenomena degradation and restoration|
|biodiversity stress and climate change||the new frontiers of restoration|
|wastewater grey or black, from a risk to a resource in climate change||the reversibility in the restoration|
|evaluation and management of contaminated sites||the test of the time for restoration|
|evaluation of environmental contamination phenomena, monitoring and remediation of contaminated sites||will the architecture and the materials of the twentieth century become historical?|
|monitoring microbial activities for in situ remediation of contaminated sites||end-to-end strategies for data fusion, deep analysis and visualization for Art conservation and Art history|
|experiences of Environment and health integration||evidence of origin, traditional connoisseurship vs. advanced analytical technology and data mining|
|coastal zones, a laboratory to study environmental pollution and land interaction||digital information model (BIM, GIS, Geodesign) for the prevention, conservation and management of Heritage building|
|geomagnetism and sun-earth interaction||industrial and technical approach to Cultural Heritage site|
|big data in ecotoxicology, new information from existing data||heritage and science: builder of Khnum-Khuf pyramid or Santa Maria del Fiore dome passed the Italian National Scientific Qualification for teaching?|
|high resolution multi-material additive manufacturing: 3D fabrication of biologically inspired structures||identifying ancient Chinese pigments and dyestuff using modern technique|
|biodegradation, transformation, elimination rate of chemical in environment||from the archaeological site to the archaeology of the built|
|chemistry of polymer catalytic disperses in environment||risk management analysis in museum and collection site|
|eco-toxicological effects of chemicals in the environment||which sustainability for the restoration?|
|ho to trace the contaminants in the environment||restoring the restorations|
|monitoring of degradation of macro (cm scale), meso (mm scale) and micro (<1 mm) plastic litter in marine environment||conserve and restore wood|
|more on rubber detection, characterisation and impacts in the environment||the spinosaurus aegyptiacus of Munchen, the Caestium pyramid of Rome, the roman's ships of Nemi, the museum of Baghdad: Cultural Heritage in conflict (cultural resource management in conflict situations)|
|natural toxins: a problem or a resource for environment||monitoring techniques for indoor metal collections (showcases, galleries and buildings)|
|PBDEs, dechlorane plus and alternative flame retardants in environment||fungicides for Cultural Heritage, an overlooked compound group|
|reducing and regulating the use of chemicals in the environment||pictorial drafts: chemistry, materials and durability|
|spoil material produced in excavation||classification of ancients objects, statistical theory of hypothesis|
|environmental sciences, best practice for university courses|
|carbon nanotubes, calixarens, are a new toxicity source?|
|what fish species in environmental toxicology studies|
We are ready to invite to Social Dinner, for free, a Lecteur in the following:
Often, some young, some restorer, some environment's technicians afraid to speak at a conference in a language other than their own.
But it is also a well established practice on the Colloquium Chemiometricum Mediterraneum to let participants talk in their own language.
Quoting "The first rule of the Colloquium is that people can speak slowly in one of the officially recognized Latin languages. Transparencies and slides should be in English.".
Even CMA4CH, from the first edition, use this policy and for 2018 is established this section on teatime, dedicated to facilitate the presence and participation of all those with an imperfect knowledge of the usual scientific language, the Latin.
Sorry I meant English!
We make a new page to summarise the list of Works presented, in any form, at the meeting, the talks and posters page. For the authors in this web page you can find the progress of your presentation.
Many congresses and meetings represent a switch point in a given discipline but unfortunately after some days it is not possible to recover both the single interventions and the whole presentation considered really interesting to summarize the changes.
Today the information society produces a rapid circulation of new ideas but also a precocious oblivion (T. Davies, 2002) of the knowledge. As references: the Digital Dark Age or an ancient text already available today.
To remark the importance of this Meeting every presenter (first author) is asked to send a short Curriculum Vitae, including a photo, a long abstract in electronic format and the presentation in electronic format, and the authorisation to collect them in a book. Moreover some selected titles are published in famous, peer review, journals.
To contrast, in part, the oblivion we intend to produce a virtual meeting with the list of the presentations and the authors always online and, at the end of the meeting, the book of the abstracts, peer reviewed, and a CD with all the presentations (Posters and Oral presentations). After the meeting, for not the participants the book and the CD will be available at the cost of production and shipment. Today the price is about euro 35.00 for the 6 previous editions, plus postal and packing.
Authors must accomplish about the publication in this web site of their long abstracts.
* .... The world is multivariate; theory and statistical methods ar capable of suggesting and confirming subtle multivariate relationships. ....
Donald D. Hester, Book Reviews of: Irwin Friend, James R. Longstreet, Morris Mendelson, Ervin Miller, Arleigh P. Hess Jr; Investment Banking and the New Issues Market, The American Economic Review 58(4) (1968), 1023-1024.
|Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
|CMA4CH Meeting, measurements, diagnostics, statistics in Environment and Cultural Heritage fields
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|Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation