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CSIC High Specialization Course on Cultural Heritage Intervention Models

From: Ana Delia Rodriguez <anadelia.rodriguez<-at->
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
From the Consolider-TCP programme we are launching the second
edition of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) High Specialization
course "Cultural Heritage Intervention Models: research, protection,
conservation and valorization".

The main objective of the course is to provide specific knowledge
and specialized tools to students. These are based on top-level
science and technology focused on seeking answers and innovative
solutions to the challenges cultural heritage faces; therefore
keeping in sight the goal to contribute to its sustainability and
valorization. The goal is to strengthen and highlight the link
between the interdisciplinary research, the professional practice
and the social visibility of research through training,
dissemination and knowledge transfer. To address these issues, the
course is divided into 8 modules, which refer to all areas of
heritage intervention, coordinated by specialists from CSD-TCP. Of
these 8 modules, 3 are of compulsory attendance because they address
core issues: current challenges to cultural heritage; diagnosis,
prediction of damage and action protocols and new trends in research
and conservation.The other 5 modules are more specialized: Landscape
Archaeology, urban built Heritage, movable goods, new ICTs applied
to Heritage and how to develop projects and economic reports.

The course is held in Spanish and the pre-registration is still

General Information

    Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS-CSIC)
    November 2012 - March 2013 (120-180 hours)
    Fees: 1200 Euro
    20 grants will be offered.

Compulsory Modules

    1.  Cultural Heritage: Current Challenges

        Coordinators: David Barreiro Martinez and
        Almudena Orejas Saco del Valle

            Key words: management, protection, researching, Cultural
            Heritage concept, preservation criteria

    2.  Diagnosis, prediction of damage and action protocols

        Coordinators: Rafael Fort Gonzalez and
        Maria Angeles Villegas Broncano

            Key words: damage (structural, environmental, biologic,
            human), prevention and preservation techniques

        3.  New trends in researching and preservation

        Coordinators: Arturo Ruiz Rodriguez and
        Guillermo Sven Reher Diez

            Key words: new ways of conservation, digital support,
            knowledge transfer

Specific Modules

    4.  Archaeology and Landscape. Landscape Archaeology

        Coordinators: Leonor Pena Chocarro and
        Almudena Orejas Saco del Valle

            Key Words: archaeobiology, palaeoenvironment,
            palaeoeconomy, archaeobotany, archaeozoology,
            geoarchaeology, archaeomining, palaeogrounds,

    5.  Urban built heritage

        Coordinators: Agustin Azkarate Garai-Olaun
        and Monica Alvarez de Buergo Ballester

            Key words: Urban heritage landscape, Architecture
            Archaeology, diagnosis

    6.  Movable heritage

        Coordinators: Ignacio Montero Ruiz and
        Yolanda Porto Tenreiro

            Key Words: Identification, treatment, metals, pottery,
            glass, lithic industries

    7.  New technologies applied to heritage

        Coordinators: Antonio Uriarte Gonzalez and
        Juan Luis Pecharroman Fuente

            Key Words: ICTs, information systems, Remote Sensing
            Archaeology, GIS, EDIs

    8.  Developing projects and economic reports

        Coordinators: Maria Ruiz del Arbol Moro and
        Jose Luis Solaun Bustinza

            Key Words: management, evaluation, international
            projects, reports, strategical documents

    9.  Applicability and work prospects on Heritage

        Coordinators: Almudena Orejas Saco del Valle and
        Felipe Criado Boado

            Key words: commercial vs public companies, calls, work
            programmes, innovation, inter- and trans- disciplinarity

For other questions and further information, here is the mail of the
secretary anadelia.rodriguez<-at->cchs<.>csic<.>es

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