Intensive Schools on Conservation Science are dealing with the
physicochemical aspects of cultural heritage preservation, and mainly
cycle science students, as well as active professionals, wishing to
acquire a solid knowledge of the safeguarding and authentication of
tangible works of art by means of natural and material sciences.
multinational team of experts from Erasmus and Tempus countries
are delivering theoretical lectures and hands-on exercises
on important aspects of conservation science, covering both basic
information and research case studies.
read about the objectives of the 5th
Thematic Intensive School on Conservation Science, click
Vienna Intensive School is a joint initiative of the
Euromediterranean Cooperation in Research and Education, the European Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Education Network, the European
Chemistry Thematic Network Association and the Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Engineering.
four previous Thematic Intensive Schools were held at Fez, Morroco
(2011), Genova, Italy (2011), Castellon-Valencia, Spain (2012) and
Alcora-Vila real, Spain (2013).
Students have the opportunity to attend a specialized English course and will be assessed in the frame of a eChem Test, an electronic test aimed at evaluating knowledge and skills in conservation science.