The 1st Symposium of Conservation for Underwater Archaeology (ISCUA)

The 1st Symposium of Conservation for Underwater Archaeology (ISCUA), organised by the Institut Balear d’Estudis en Arqueología Marítima (IBEAM) in collaboration with the Council of Formentera, serve as a platform to disseminate leading research in the preservation of our maritime cultural heritage. This Symposium aims to continue with the training of the youngest generations in the field, as well as to create future links between the differents institutions and invited specialists.

Call for Papers

The Balearic Institute of Maritime Archaeology (IBEAM) in collaboration with the Formentera Council invites the scientific community to submit contributions, to the 1st International Symposium of Conservation for Underwater Archaeology (ISCUA) ‘Preserving the invisible’ which will be held in Formentera (Balearic Islands, Spain) between the 20th to the 22nd of September 2019. Those interesting in participating should submit the enclosed form before April 14th, to the following address: iscua@ibeam.es The proposals must be in english, including authors, title, abstract (maximum […]

Registration

The registration period to attend the ISCUA will be open soon. The deadline to apply to attend is the 1st August, 2019. There is a limited capacity, and we will process the applications in strict order of reception. Please note that registration must be made in advance of the conference. There will be no facility to register on the first day of the conference. FEE Early bird.- 150€ (till 15 May, 2019) Late registration.- 170€ (from 16 May, 2019) REGISTRATION GIVES […]

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Keynote Speakers

Dr. Jean-Bernard Memet (A-CORROS, France). Marine corrosion doctor, he has worked for almost 20 years in marine corrosion and conservation of artefacts from underwater provenance. During his professional career  he has collaborated with numerous institutions such as IFREMER, the University of La Rochelle and Arc’Antique and collaborated in relevant publications as for example the Manual for Activities directed at Underwater Cultural Heritage (UNESCO). In 2007, he had created A-Corros expertises, a French company dealing with conservation and restoration of underwater […]

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