Dr Jaime Kaminsky receives fellowship from International Centre for Conservation
28 Jul 2016
Dr Jaime Kaminski from the University of Brighton's Cultural Informatics Research Group has been awarded a prestigious ICCROM fellowship.Based in Rome, ICCROM is the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (the acronym refers to the International Centre for Conservation in Rome). Established in 1959 ICCROM is an international intergovernmental organisation whose remit is to improve the quality of conservation practice as well as raising awareness of the importance of preserving cultural heritage.
ICCROM fellowships are for senior professionals from institutions or organisations in its Member States to undertake their own research in one of the fields of study of interest to ICCROM. Jaime will be researching aspects of the economic impact and benefit of archaeology. He is the first UK academic to have been awarded an ICCROM Fellowship since the scheme began in 2002.