PARNASSUS International Workshop – research and thinking on climate change and cultural heritage
The PARNASSUS project, being carried out within the department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering at University College London, investigates the impact of extreme climate conditions, such as flood and freeze-thaw, on built heritage and archaeological sites. Key findings from the project will be presented, alongside work from keynote speakers from other European institutions working in the field.
There will be a dedicated session for anybody wishing to present their own work by poster on the day, and registration fees will be waived for authors.
INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
- Prof. May Cassar (UCL, UK)
- Dr. Nigel Blades (National Trust, UK)
- Dr. Stephen Garvin (BRE, UK)
- Dr. Stanislav Pospisil (ITAM, C. Rep.)
- Dr. Juergen Frick (MPA, Germany)
- Dr. Camilla Colla (UNIBO, Italy)
Date: 17th May 2013
Time: 9am to 5pm
Venue: Senate House, University of London
Registration Costs: £75 (Full) £25 (Student)
For more information and to register, please visit the PARNASSUS website.
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