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2016 Posters

We list posters from the AIC & CAC-ACCR Joint Annual Meeting and Conference below.

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01. Testing a Model for Multi-Faceted Engagement and Maximized Efficiency for Collection Response Under Restricted Time Nancy Odegaard, Conservator Professor, Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona, Marilen Pool, Project Conservator, Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona, Christina Biscula / Gina Watkinson, Conservation Scientist / Laboratory Coordinator, Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona, Elizabeth Burr, 3rd Year Graduate Conservation Intern (UCLA), Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona, Nicole Peters, 3rd Year Conservation, Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona
02. Weathering the Unexpected: Lessons Learned in Keeping Seminole Cultural Property Safe Marlene Gray, Conservator, Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Museum
05. Collaborations for Safety: A Team Approach to Writing Emergency Procedures Plans Karen Nourse Reed, Assistant Professor and Education Librarian, Middle Tennessee State University
06. Updating our Emergency Plan at Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute Fiona Hernandez, Conservator, Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, Harold Bosum, Facilities Manager, Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute
07. Elements of 9/11 in Focus Fenella France, Chief, Preservation Research and Testing Division, Library of Congress
08. Fools Rush In: Creating a Disaster Salvage Lab Elizabeth Stone, Assistant Conservator, University of Iowa Libraries, Caitlin Moore, Conservation Technician, Olin Library Cornell University
09. Collaboration as Preparation: Keeping Interest and Commitment to the Cycle of Disaster Preparedness Elizabeth DeBold, Curatorial Assistant, Folger Shakespeare Library, Renate Mesmer, Eric Weinmann Head of Conservation, Folger Shakespeare Library, Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts, Folger Shakespeare Library
10. Aden’s Ancient Cisterns: Historic Preservation, Water Management and Disaster Avoidance Edith A. Dunn, PhD, Conservator/Historic Preservation Specialist
11. Response to the Burning of the Scientific Library in Cairo, Egypt Cheryl Porter, Director, Montefiascone Project
12. Salvage Course Integrated into the Training for Conservators at the University of Applied Arts HeArc Neuchâtel, Switzerland Nathalie Ducatel, Coordinatrice de la formation continue / Continuing Education Coordinator, Haute école de Conservation-restauration Arc, Eléonore Kissel, Responsable du pôle Conservation et Restauration, Musée du quai Branly, Karin von Lerber, Textile Conservator and Consultant in Preventive Conservation, Prevart GmbH
13. Preventive Conservation for Seismic Risk Randy Silverman, Head of Preservation, University of Utah Marriott Library
14. Biohazard Abatement: National Cathedral Vandalism William B. Adair, Lead Conservator, Gold Leaf Studios, Inc.
15. The Identification of Natural Indian Yellow and other Historic Late 19th Century Pigments from the Toulouse-Lautrec Estate in France Aaron N. Shugar, Andrew W. Mellon Associate Professor of Conservation Science, Buffalo State, SUNY, Rebecca Ploeger, Assistant Professor of Conservation Science, Buffalo State, SUNY
16. Investigating the Story Beneath: The Examination and Treatment of Charles Baugniet’s “Washington’s Birthday” Erica Schuler, Samuel H. Kress Fellow in Paintings Conservation, Indianapolis Museum of Art
17. Chromolithography 1870-1930: The identification of commercial colour lithography processes, ink modifications and conservation treatment Erin Walker, Assistant Paper Conservator, Tate
18. Technical Investigation and Reattribution of Tintoretto’s Apollo and the Muses at the Indianapolis Museum of Art Fiona Beckett, Clowes Conservator of Paintings, Indianapolis Museum of Art
19. Determination of Binding Media in Easel Paintings: A Direct Analysis Method Henry DePhillips, Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, Department of Chemistry, Trinity College, Jacqueline Busa, Student, Department of Chemistry, Trinity College
20. Solvent Sensitivity of Water-Mixable Oil Paints Kelsey Fox, Graduate Student, Queen’s University Department of Art History and Art Conservation
21. Technical Analysis of Watercolor Pigments in Early American Fraktur Kesha Talbert, Assistant Paper Conservator, Etherington Conservation Services
22. Rescue of a Decorative Element of High Symbolic Value in the Old Convento Santa Teresa de Jesús Lisette Alvarez, Restorer and Conservator of Fine Arts, Monuments Restoration Company, City Historian’s Office, Luis Alberto Hernández Armas, Assistant Professor, practice of restoration of polychrome, Workshop School “Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos,” Historian City Office
23. Re-examination of “While Baby Sleeps” Makedonka Gulcev, Graduate Student, Art Conservation, Queen’s University, Alicia Boutilier, Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Ron Spronk, Professor of Art History, Art History Department, Queen’s University, Alison Murray, Associate Professor, Art Conservation, Queen’s University
24. What Happened? One Woman with Two Faces Ting-fu Fan, Chief Conservator, San Jian Art & Conservation Co., Ltd., Yi-Chiung Lin, San Jian Art & Conservation Co., Ltd.
25. Graphics Atlas: New Process Identification Methodology Alice Carver-Kubik, Photographic Research Scientist, Image Permanence Institute
26. Comparison of Commercial Light and UV Data Loggers Anisha Gupta, Graduate Fellow, Winterthur/University of Delaware and Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
27. Analysis of Rock Deterioration in Naqsh-e Rostam Reliefs by GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Azadeh Ghobadi, PhD Candidate in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Art University of Isfahan, Mohammad Amin Emami, Assistant Prof., Art University of Isfahan, Jenoos Gashasy, Rs/GIS expert
28. Microorganisms Influence the Mechanisms of the Rock Erosion at Tang-e Chogan Azadeh Ghobadi, PhD Candidate in Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Art University of Isfahan, Mohammad Amin Emami, Assistant Prof., Art University of Isfahan
29. ABC Chemical Cleaning Effectiveness on Cultural Materials Clare Boczon, Research Assistant, William and Mary Applied Science, Emily Williams, Conservator of Archaeological Materials, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Michael Kelley, Professor, College of William and Mary Applied Science
30. Examining Paintings on Wood or Canvas using 3D x-ray Imaging with Digitome® Daniel Boye, Professor of Physics, Davidson College, Rebecca Garner, BS in Physics candidate, Davidson College, Ryan Kozlowski, BS in Physics candidate, Davidson College
32. Capturing Watermark using Reflectance Transform Imaging with 3D Modeling and Fast Fourier Transform Processing Kurt Heumiller, Senior Imaging Systems Specialist, Yale Center for British Art, Jens Stenger, Associate Conservation Scientist, Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Yale University, Soyeon Choi, Head Paper Conservator, Yale Center for British Art, Chelsea Graham, Digital Imaging Specialist, Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage at Yale University
33. The Adaptation of the Video Slider into a ‘Microscope Bridge’ as a Practical Alternative for Using a Stereomicroscope to Examine and Treat Oversize Flat Artifacts Seth Irwin, Paper Conservator, University of Hawaii Hamilton Library
34. Discoveries and Challenges - Using XRF for an Inorganic Pesticide Contamination Survey at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum Timothy Greening, Conservation Assistant, Royal Saskatchewan Museum
35. A Presidential Frame Treatment: Monroe’s Lafayette Elizabeth Robson, Furniture Lab Conservation Intern, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
36. What’s the Worst That Can Happen? Accelerated Testing of Conserved Waterlogged Wood Karen Martindale, Conservator, Texas A&M University Conservation Research Laboratory
37. The Secret Language of Spray Paint Valerie Marlowe, Doctoral Candidate, University of Delaware
38. 11th Hour Conservation: Salvaging the Historic Surf Club Bryon Roesselet, Architectural Conservator, EverGreene Architectural Arts
39. Conservation of the Archaeological Site of Kotzia Square in the Center of Athens Vasileios Lampropoulos, Professor, Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, faculty of Graphic Arts and Artistic Studies of T.E.I. of Athens
40. Conservation of Zappeion Roman Baths in the Center of Athens Vasileios Lampropoulos, Professor, Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, faculty of Graphic Arts and Artistic Studies of T.E.I. of Athens
41. The Sectional Mannequin: A Unique Approach for First Nations Clothing Caroline Bourgeois, Conservation 3-D Assistant, McCord Museum
42. First Aid Strategies of Rare Ancient Egyptian Textiles in Excavation Harby E. Ahmed, Associate Professor of Historical Textiles Conservation, Faculty of Archeology, Cairo University
43. Sending Clam Shells across the Atlantic: Preparing the Alexander McQueen Razor Clam Dress for Loan Cassandra Gero, Assistant Conservator, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Costume Institute
44. Feeling a Little Blue (Green): Effort to Reduce Staining on a Flood Damaged Zuni Textile Cathleen Zaret, Textile Conservator, Zaret Textile Conservation
45. A Mount for Prevention is Worth a Pound of Care: Rehousing Festival Hats at the Textile Museum of Canada Hillary Anderson, Conservator, Textile Museum of Canada, Genevieve Kulis, Conservation Assistant (contract), Textile Museum of Canada
46. Liquick Leather! No Need for a Professional! … Or Is There? Lauren Calcote, Von Clemm Fellow, Boston Athenaeum
47. Valuable Textile Techniques and Training Nicole Giacomantonio, Student, Dalhousie University
48. Fabrics for Disaster Response: The Absorbency of Microfiber Fabrics – a Comparative Survey and Analysis Michele Pagan, Textile Conservator, Private Practice
49. Facing the Unknown-Conservation of an Anthropoid Clay Coffin from Tel Shadud, Israel Elisheva Kamaisky, Head, Pottery Conservation Unit, Israel Antiquities Authority
50. Encountering Unexpected Challenges in Okinawan Lacquer Conservation Stephanie Spence, Anya Dani, Art Conservator, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
51. A Lucky Break: Treatment of a Kinetic Sculpture by Fletcher Benton Amy Brost, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
52. The Falcon Mourned Over You: Considering the Intangible in Conserving Dissociated Ancient Objects Amandina Anastassiades, Professor, Artifacts Conservation, Queen’s University, Daniel Doyle, Megan Doxsey-Whitfield, Anne-Marie Guérin, Lisa Imamura
53. Pacific Silvercloth: Recommendations for its Use as a Scavenger in Silver Collections Gyllian Porteous, Master of Art Conservation Student, Queen’s University, Lyndsie Selwyn, Senior Conservation Scientist, Canadian Conservation Institute, Amandina Anastassiades, Assistant Professor, Artifacts, Queen’s University, Alison Murray, Associate Professor, Queen’s University
54. Silver Maintenance at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Karl Knauer, Collections Conservator, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Julie Flynn, UCL
55. A Closer Look: In-depth Analysis of a Kokin-Bina Doll Megan Doxsey-Whitfield, Assistant Conservator, Queen’s University, Anne-Marie Guerin, graduate student, Queen’s University Master of Art Conservation
56. Holy Ship! An inadvertent discovery of a shipwreck in Maryland waters Nichole Doub, Head Conservator, Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory
57. Restoration from Severe Water Damage of a mid-20th century Spinet Piano Patricia A. Stewart, Owner, Humpty Dumpty Restorations
58. Elemental Analysis of Alexander Phimister Proctor’s Bronze Sculptures Perrine Le Saux, Conservation Assistant, Yale Center for British Art, Allison Rosenthal, Pre Program Conservation Intern, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Vanessa F. Ocaña-Mayor, Conservation Project Volunteer, Centro de Textiles Tradicionales del Cusco, Nicole Schmidt, Art Conservation Technician Intern, Russell-Marti Conservation Services, Inc.
59. Fire and Bone: A Technical Perspective on Charred Bone Pigments Riley Cruttenden, Program Assistant, Undergraduate Research Office, Ohio State University
60. What Lies Beneath: A study of the materials and techniques of Persian lacquerwork Katherine Eremin, Claire Grech, Australian Conservation Science Fellow, Harvard Art Museums, Katherine Eremin, Patricia Cornwell Conservation Scientist, Harvard Art Museums, Narayan Khandekar, Director of the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, Director of the Center for the Technical Study of Modern Art, and Head of the Analytical Laboratory, Harvard Art Museums, Mary McWilliams, Norma Jean Calderwood Curator for Islamic and Later Indian Art, Harvard Art Museums
61. Materials and Techniques of Painted Islamic Manuscripts Katherine Eremin, Patricia Cornwell Conservation Scientist, Harvard Art Museums, Penley Knipe, Philip and Lynn Straus Conservator of Works on Paper, Harvard Art Museums, Claire Grech, Australian Conservation Science Fellow, Harvard Art Museums
62. Medieval Wax Pendant Seals: Examination, Treatment, and the Creation of Digital Surrogates Annie Wilker, Senior Paper Conservator, Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
63. Calcium Hydroxide vs. Magnesium Bicarbonate: A 25 Year Natural Aging Experiment Betsy Palmer Eldridge, Conservator, Private Practice
65. Silica Gel to the Rescue: How to survive a winter without humidification Adrienne Bell, Book Conservator, Folger Shakespeare Library
66. The Miscellany of Henry Oxinden: Or how dental floss, beading wire, and alligator forceps can be used to resew a book in situ Adrienne Bell, Book Conservator, Folger Shakespeare Library
67. The Durability of Bamboo Paper: Ash content in paper cooked by different agents CHUNG, Chia-Jung, DC Student, Tokyo University of the Arts, INABA, Masamitsu, Professor; Ph.D., Tokyo University of the Arts, CHEN, Gang, Professor; Ph.D., Fudan University
68. Assaying Klucel-G Recipes and Techniques in the Surface Consolidation of Tanned Leathers Evan Knight, Associate Conservator, Boston Athenaeum
69. Revealing Hidden Text on Botanical Specimens from 1911 Genevieve Pierce Kyle, Paper and Book Conservator, Private Conservator - The Microspatula
70. Curing the Cure: Treatment of a Manuscript Disinfected Post TB Exposure Kyla Ubbink, Professional Conservator/Owner, Ubbink Book and Paper Conservation
71. Joint Failure: Board Reattachment Decision Guide Manise Marston, Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada, Lynn Curry, Head Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada, Genevieve Samson, Senior Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada
72. Illustrated Wanderings of a Canadian Soldier during the First World War Manise Marston, Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada, Lynn Curry, Head Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada, Genevieve Samson, Senior Book Conservator, Library and Archives Canada
73. A Comparative Study of Cotton Blotting Paper, Evolon® and Tek Wipe as Absorbent Supports for Paper Conservation Treatment Marina Ruiz Molina, Associate Conservator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Amy, Hughes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
74. Further Research in the Conservation and Preservation of Letterpress Copybooks Laura Dellapiana, Postgraduate Fellow in Conservation of Museum Collections, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Nora Lockshin, Senior Conservator, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Dawn V. Rogala, Paintings Conservator, Museum Conservation Institute - Smithsonian Institution
75. Silver Nanoparticle Sensors for Detecting Active Deterioration In Iron Gall Ink Drawings and Documents Rui Chen, Senior Conservation Scientist, Aging Diagnostic Laboratory, Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Yale University, Paul Whitmore, Director, Aging Diagnostic Laboratory, Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Yale University, Marie-France Lemay, Paper and Photographs Conservator, Center for Preservation and Conservation, Yale University Library, Yale University
76. Pima Cotton Hinges Susan Peckham, Senior Paper Conservator, Library of Congress
77. Borane Tert-Butylamine Complex: The Effect of Rinsing on Aging Properties of Treated Paper Objects Vincent Dion, Graduate Student, Queen’s University, Alison Murray, Associate Professor, Queen’s University, Rosaleen Hill, Assistant Professor, Queen’s University
78. Storage of Architectural Materials – An Alternative for Rolled Drawings William Minter, Senior Book Conservator, Penn State University
79. Bone Folders for Book and Paper Conservation: An In-depth Examination William Minter, Senior Book Conservator, Penn State University, Olivia Kuzio, Student, Penn State University
80. A Case for the Proclamation of the Constitution: Access and Preservation of Prestige Documents Michael Smith, Collection Manager, Textual and Cartographic, Library and Archives Canada
81. The Use of a Laser Level in Creating Cushioning for the Transport of Objects Denis Plourde, Adjoint, Restauration 2-D, Musée McCord
82. Conservation Issues of a Mass Digitization Project Rachel Greenberg, Mass Digitization Project Objects Conservator, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum
83. Let There Be (Less) Light! A Comparison of the Radiation-blocking Properties of Selected Window Films Saira Haqqi, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Library and Archives Conservation, Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, Steven Weintraub, Institute Lecturer, Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
84. Mixing It Up: An Investigation into Low-Tech Methods for Reconditioning Silica Gel Steven Weintraub, Owner, Art Preservation Services, Rebecca Gridley, Lisa and Bernard Selz Fellow, The Conservation Center at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
85. How to Prioritize Your Collections Without Losing Your Mind: A New Tool for Emergency Planning Tara Kennedy, Preservation Services Librarian, Yale University Library
86. Development of Descriptive Terminology for Inkjet-printed Photographs and Fine Art Daniel Burge, Senior Research Scientist, Image Permanence Institute
87. Preserving and Digitizing Andrew J. Russell’s Collodion Glass Plate Negatives Debra A. Peterson, Registrar and Digital Asset Manager, Private Practice
88. Sheer Practicality: A multi-purpose conservation mount for paper negatives Lénia Fernandes, Junior Photograph Conservator, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
89. Light Sensitivity of Inuit Prints from Cape Dorset: Colour monitoring and microfade testing Rebecca Latourell, Preventive Conservation Technician - Mixed Collections, Canadian Museum of History, Laura Hashimoto, Season Tse, Senior Conservation Scientist (Chemist), Canadian Conservation Institute
90. eTerminology/ie eBook for Conservators of Photographic Materials Tania Passafiume, Head Conservator of Photographic Materials, Library and Archives Canada, Tom Thompson, Multimedia Specialist, Online Content Division, Library and Archives Canada, Anne Cartier-Bresson, Conservatrice générale du Patrimoine Directrice, Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation des Photographies de la Ville de Paris
91. Study for Approaching Mold Problems on Photographic Materials Using Antifungal Agent and Enzyme Sheet Yoko Shiraiwa, Paper and photograph conservator in private practice, Takako Yamaguchi, Conservation Scientist, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan  
92. Buddhist Diaspora Preservation Training: Expect the Unexpected Ann Shaftel, Project Director and Founder, Treasure Caretaker Training, Digital Monastery Project
93. Teaching Conservation in Iran Behrooz Salimnejad, The Elaine S. Harrington Senior Conservator of Furniture and Woodwork, Philadelphia Museum of Art
94. Achieving Cultural Heritage Preservation Through Professional Partnership Brandon Bristor, Student Learning Fellow, University of Delaware, Disaster Research Center, Megan Hewitt, Summer Learning Fellow, University of Delaware, Disaster Research Center
95. 50 Shades of Yellowback Allison Brewer, 2015 Ringle Summer Conservation Intern, University of Kansas Libraries
96. A Conservation Records Network (ACORN): Conservation Documentation at the Weissman Preservation Center, Harvard University Debra Cuoco, Paper Conservator for Special Collections, Weissman Preservation Center, Harvard Library
97. Building Community: AIC Emerging Conservation Professionals Network Regional Liaisons Alexa Beller
99. The Disastrous Copper: Comparing extraction and chelation treatments to face the threat of copper-containing inks on paper Sara Zaccaron, Postdoctoral fellow, Conservation & Preservation Department, The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, Patricia McGuiggan, Associate Research Professor and Principal Investigator Mellon Grant for HSC, Materials Science & Engineering Department, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Mark Pollei, Senior Book Conservator and Acting Director for Conservation & Preservation, Conservation & Preservation Department, The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, Alessandro Scola, Book Conservator, Conservation & Preservation Department, The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, Ute Henniges, University Assistant, Div. Chemistry of Renewable Resources, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
100. Sustainable Strategies for Mechanical System Operation in Collection Environments Christopher Cameron, Sustainable Preservation Specialist, Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology
101. Emergency Preparedness for Academic Museums Caroline Roberts, Suzanne L. Davis, Associate Curator and Head of Conservation, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan, Mike Kennedy, Senior Emergency Management Specialist, Division of Public Safety and Security, University of Michigan
102. Baseline for the Conservation State of Inka's Mining Complex of San José Del Abra: Identification of Risks and Measures Of Monitoring And Control Daniela Bracchitta, Coordinator of the Investigation and interventions program of archaeological material, Laboratory of Archeology, National Centre of Conservation and Restoration, Roxana Seguel Quintana, Head Conservator at the Laboratory of Archaology, National Centre of Conservation and Restoration, Diego Salazar Sutil, Archaeologist, University of Chile
103. Copper Based Pigment Alteration from Diaguita Culture Daniela Bracchitta, Conservator of cultural heritage, National Centre of Conservation and Restoration, Christine Perrier, Geologist and technician in Conservation and Restoration, National Centre of Conservation and Restoration
105. Identification of Gesso Scagliola in The Tomb of the Royal Family (Muhammad Ali) at El Imam El Shafi Area Mohamed Atyia Mohamed Atyia Hawash, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt, Hala Afifi Mahmoud, Professor of restoration and conservation, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt
106. The Conservation of King Tutankhamen’s War Cuirass Safwat Mohamed Sayed Aly, Conservator at the Grand Egyptian museum, Hadeel Khalil Abd Mohsen Abd Al Rahman, conservator, The Grand Egyptian museum
107. The Effect of De-Pest of Plant Extracts According Paper Works Raziyeh Taheri, Conservator, The Cultural Heritage Office of Semnan Province, Iran
108. Holographic Archives for Endangered Collections John F. Asmus, Research Physicist, University of California, San Diego
109. Optimized Laser Cleaning for the Conservation of the Ghiberti’s Doors at the North and East of the Baptistery in Florence, Italy Laura Bartoli, Conservation Technologies Specialists, El. En. S.p.A., Alessandro Zanini, Conservation Technologies Department Manager, El.En. S.p.A.
110. Brown County Plan Louise Pfotenhauer, Collections Manager, Neville Public Museum of Brown County
111. Unexpected Allies: Conservation and Health & Safety Colleagues Sherry Phillips, Conservator, Contemporary and Inuit Art Collections, Art Gallery of Ontario, Sandra Deike, Manager, Health & Safety, Art Gallery of Ontario
112. Resilient Heritage: Protecting Your Historic Home From Natural Disasters Sarah Marie Jackson, Architectural Conservator, National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
113. Diagnostic Imaging Techniques for the Identification of Tortoiseshell Lesley Day, Third Year Graduate Student, UCLA/Getty Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation, Ellen Pearlstein, Associate Professor, UCLA/Getty Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation
114. Natural Disasters and Cultural Heritage: The Italian case Marzia Loddo, Ph.D. student, Politecnico of Milan
115. Architectural Strategies for Collections Preservation During and After a Natural Disaster Sami M. BaSuhail, AIA, President & CEO, Basuhail Architects PC
116. The Painting Materials and Techniques of Artist Feyhaman Duran Gulder Emre, Assistant Professor, Istanbul University Faculty of Letters, Department of Conservation and Restoration of Artifacts, Hazal Ozlem Ersan Erus, Chemist, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Directorate for the Inspection of Conservation Implementations (Kudeb)
117. Study of Drying Process and Recovery of Iron Gall Ink Manuscripts Affected by Flooding Janet Diaz Navarro, Directora Programa de Conservación Patrimonial y Servicios Bibliotecarios, Fundación Antonio Nuñez Jimenez de la Naturaleza y el Hombre
120. June’s 1962 Algiers University Arson: A well planned crime Hachani Samir, Algiers University 2
121. Scientific Study about Dismantling and Re-Assembly of Limestone Stella, Housed in the Grand Egyptian Museum Ahmed Abd El-Rady Hassan, Conservator, Grand Egyptian Museum, Eman A. Elhanfe, Head of Stone and Mural Paintings Artifacts Lab, Conservation Center, Grand Egyptian Museum, Ahmed A. Hussein, Conservator, Grand Egyptian Museum, Mohamed Ragab, Conservator, Grand Egyptian Museum, Hussein Mohamed Kamal, Technical Director of Conservation Center, Grand Egyptian Museum
124. Investigation into the Removal of Arsenic-Based Pesticides on Feathers Jae R. Anderson, Student, University of Arizona Materials Science and Engineering, Nancy N. Odegaard, Head of Preservation Division, Professor, Arizona State Museum / University of Arizona, Werner Zimmt
125. When the Visitor Experience Goes Wrong: Unexpected Guest at Marisol Escobar’s The Party Suzanne Hargrove, Head of Conservation, The Toledo Museum of Art
126. Disaster Response and Environmental Standards: A Misunderstanding? Andy Calver, Head of Care & Conservation, Imperial War Museums
128. From Factory to Museum: A review of the of chemical corrosion models of float glass used for vitrines and the methods used to protect them with consideration for the future challenges presented by a changing climate Emma Moore, Scientist, ClickNetherfield Ltd., Alistair Williams, Operation Director, ClickNetherfield Ltd.