19th Jun 2017 - 20th Jun 2017
Sallis Benney Theatre
“By using and developing science to understand, manage and communicate the human story expressed through landscape, buildings and artefacts, heritage science encourages the humanities and sciences to collaborate and strengthen each other.” – UK National Heritage Science Strategy
The 3rd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA) at the University of Brighton.
Heritage science is a cross-disciplinary field connecting science and the humanities. There is an on-going dialogue over global issues, which define the research and technological applications of heritage scientists. The conference aims to provide a platform for scientists, researchers, engineers, professionals, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers, to engage and discuss emerging trends in the field.
Conference Registration Fees
Full Delegate £120
1-day registration is also available for each of the categories on the University of Brighton Online Store.
s part of the 3rd International Conference on Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology (SEAHA), we would like to invite you to partake in a discussion panel looking at Design for Research Impact.
Designing research to generate impact is not straightforward; it takes skills, commitment, time and supportive working environment. We invite participants to join this interactive session and explore the topic of research impact through a variety of perspectives.
What is impact and what does it take to achieve it? (Panel Discussion, 60 mins)
The panel will bring together research stakeholders drawn from heritage science and beyond to address the question what makes research impactful and what does it take to achieve it?
Panelists will focus on current realities in research landscape and share their vision for the immediate and distant future.
The panel will include:
• Dr. Alison Heritage, Conservation Research Specialist, ICCROM (moderator)
• Prof. May Cassar, Director of UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and Director of SEAHA CDT
• Ms. Katy Lithgow, Head Conservator, National Trust
• Mr. Tom Feilden, Science Editor, Today Programme, BBC Radio 4
• Dr. Joanna Allen, Research Impact Manager, Research Enterprise & Social Partnerships Department, University of Brighton
• Mr. Dzhordzhio Naldzhiev, SEAHA Doctoral Student, University College London
If you are interested in signing up for the discussion panel, please do so using the below link, registration is free:
The panel will be taking place from 09.30 – 10.30 on Tuesday 20 June 2017 in the Sallis Benney Theatre in Grand Parade.
For all enquiries, please contact the conference committee