Applications of SIMS and XPS in cultural heritage science

Title
Applications of SIMS and XPS in cultural heritage science
Authors
이연희
Keywords
Heritage; SIMS; XPS; Lacquer; whitewares; Iron Armors
Issue Date
2010-10
Publisher
2nd FKorea-France heritage science workshop
Abstract
28 October 2010, Bernard Palissy Auditorium, C2RMF, Palais du Louvre 9h30- 9h45 Jungil LEE (KIST)and Philippe WALTER (LC2RMF) – Introducing remarks Session 1 : Analytical techniques (Chair Michel ANNE, Institut Néel, Grenoble) 9h45-10h20 Keunhwa CHAE (KIST)- Utilizing synchrotron radiation for the analysis of green pigment and operation plan for ion beam accelerator in Heritage Science 10h20 – 10h55 Loic BERTRAND (Synchrotron SOLEIL) – Recent research on archaeological and heritage materials at the SOLEIL synchrotron. 10h55 – 11h15 Coffee break 11h15 – 11h50 Tae Young LEE (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University) - The humidity control systems for preservation of cultural assets 11h50 – 12h25 Pauline MARTINETTO (Institut Néel, Grenoble) – Ancient hybrid pigments: the case of Maya Blue 12h25 – 13h00 Catherine LAVIER (C2RMF) – Wood studies in works of art: technologies and dating 13h00-14h30 Lunch buffet at C2RMF Session 2 : Examples of applications (Chair Yeon Hee LEE) 14h30 - 15h05 Man-Ho KIM (KIST) - Neutron scattering analysis of traditional ink written on papers 15h05 - 15h40 : Anne-Laurence DUPONT (CRCC) - Identification of synthetic dyes used in Autochromes using capillary electrophoresis and capillary electrophoresis-electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry 15h40 - 16h15 In Sook LEE (Former Director, Busan National Museum)- A scientific research on the ancient glass from Korean archaeological sites 16h15 – 16h50 Isabelle BIRON (C2RMF) – Chronological evolution of Limoges painted enamels through chemical composition 16h50 - 17h00 Coffee Break 17h00 – 17h35 Yeon Hee LEE (KIST)- Applications of SIMS and XPS in Cultural Heritage Science 17h35 – 18h10 Vincent MAZEL (Paris Sud University, Chatenay-Malabry) – ToF-SIMS as a tool for studying of African art: identification of uncommon pigments from
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http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/38469
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