NYCF Conservation Science AnnualDate: November 14 - 15, 2017
2017 Conservation Science Annual, November 14-15, 2017, near NYC and Princeton, NJ, USA
In its 23rd year, our two day symposium presents three sessions and two lunchtime discussions, this year on Science and Technology for Vibration Affecting Collections Within Buildings and In Transport. Please note next to last below, that a recently added CSA closing session including two talks on conservation science and one on a new adhesive, memorializes a long time key EAS Executive Board member the late Herk Felder, ever a stalwart advocate of our cultural heritage sessions at EAS.
EAS including the CSA has moved to the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center in Plainsboro, New Jersey, USA, November 13-15, 2017. The most convenient airport is Liberty International, EWR.
See the full 2017 EAS Program of sessions and short courses, including CSA 2017:
Download and search the pdf on 'vibration' to find those CSA sessions, and 'Felder' for the closing session.
EAS Registration includes CSA and more:
Full access registration fee including CSA only $300, for matriculated students only $30.
Program, 2017 Conservation Science Annual
Organized by John Scott with Andrew Lins and Bill Wei, and sponsored by the Eastern Analytical Symposium and the New York Conservation Fdn
November 14, Tuesday Morning
Vibration Science and Technology in Cultural Heritage I, organized by the New York Conservation Foundation
Chair: Andrew Lins, Philadelphia Museum of Art
9:00 Considerations of the Potential for Damage to Individual Works of Art caused by Vibration during Construction/Demolition Projects, Andrew Lins, Philadelphia Museum of Art
9:30 A Blueprint for Managing Construction Vibration Risk Near Sensitive Structures, Douglas Rudenko, Mohamad Sharifinassab, Vibra-Tech Engineers, Hazleton PA
10:10 Vibration Risk Assessment for Immovable Artworks in Churches during a Tunneling Work, Anna Henningsson, Disent AB, Stockholm
10:40 Vibration Protocols to Protect Museum Collections during Major Demolition Works: Experiences from Liverpool’s Library Project, Siobhan Watts, UK National Trust
Moderated Discussion at lunchtime
November 14, Tuesday Afternoon
Vibration Science and Technology in Cultural Heritage II, organized by the New York Conservation Fdn,
Chair: John C. Scott, New York Conservation Foundation
2:00 Protecting Stained Glass Windows from Vibrations Caused by Construction Operations, Dean Koga, Erica Morasset, Building Conservation Associates, David Woodham, Atkinson Noland and Associates, New York City
2:30 Earthquake Damage Mitigation for Collections: A Review of Principles and Recent Developments, Jerry Podany, Los Angeles
3:20 Vibration Research and Testing: What was the Question? William Wei, Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands
3:50 Vibration Related Risk in Loan Traffic, Cindy Zalm, Netherlands National Museum of World Cultures
November 15, Wednesday Morning
Vibration Science and Technology in Cultural Heritage III, organized by the New York Conservation Fdn
Chair: William Wei, Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands
9:00 Protecting a Cultural Icon: Moving the Liberty Bell with Minimal Vibration, Karie Diethorn, Independence National Historical Park
9:30 Strategy of Measurement and Data Analysis for Monitoring during the Transport of Paintings, Matthias Läuchli, Nathalie Bäschlin, Museum of Fine Arts Bern, Cornelius Palmbach, Bern University of the Arts
10:20 Transport of Pastel Paintings: Fatigue Damage due to Vibrations, Leila Sauvage, Rijksmuseum
10:50 Conundra in Analysis of Damage Causation, John C. Scott, Conservator of Art and Architecture
Moderated Discussion at lunchtime
November 15, Wednesday Afternoon, not listed in EAS' Preliminary Program
Hercules Felder, in his honor and memory
Chair: Bruce McPherson, EAS Committee
2:00 Studies of Soap Formation in Model Works of Art: Solving Real-World Problems with Modern Spectroscopic Techniques, Cecil Dybowski, EAS Committee and Univ of Delaware Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry
2:30 Corrosion Control for Outdoor Sculpture, John Scott, EAS Committee and New York Conservation Fdn
3:20 Adhesive for Gentle Removal from Skin, Svetlana Contrada, Berry Global - Engineered Materials Division
3:50 Remembrances in honor of Hercules Felder, open, moderated
Serious issue meeting the full registration fee? Apply for one of several $150 hardship registration subsidies by sending via email only and no later than November 7: your contact information, a clear and concise statement of vibration interest and of your serious issues, with at least one supporting letter, to: email@example.com .