14. International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone

Keynote Lectures

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Climate Change and Stone Buildings

 

 

Prof. Peter Brimblecombe, PhD

City University of Hongkong, (China)

 

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Restoration Mortars for Historic Masonry

Requirements and Experiences

 

Dr John Hughes

University of the West of Scotland, Paisley

 

 

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Salts in building materials:

What we know and what we still don’t know

 

Prof. Dr. Michael Steiger

University of Hamburg

 

 

 

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Live and let die? 

Biofilms on Stone: Possibilities, Limits and Risks of Combating

 

Prof. Dr. Katja Sterflinger-Gleixner

University of Vienna (Austria)

 

 

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Risk  number:

Documentation and objective assessment of environmental damage on marble and sandstone sculptures

 

Prof. Dr. Rolf Snethlage

Naturstein, Bauchemie und Bauphysik in der Denkmalpflege, Bamberg

 

 

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Stone conservation challenges at Notre-Dame

after the fire of April 2019

 

Véronique Vergès-Belmin

Conservation scientist, Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques, Champs-sur-Marne (France)

 

 

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Stone Conservation:

How Far We’ve Come – So Far to Go

 

George Wheeler, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer

Columbia University, New York (USA)