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Scientific Programme and Background

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  ancient cicaldi drinker Scope of the Meeting

  The world is multivariate!* In order to be significant the data coming from diagnostic on Environment as well as on Cultural Heritage must be multivariate.

  The aim of the conference is to favour the meeting between researchers, experts, connoisseurs and competents on chemometry applied to Environment (environmetrics) and Cultural Heritage (CMA4CH).

Scientific programme

  The time scheduling of presentations, poster and social events are available in this .PDF file (~470 KBytes with inside authors, titles, lectures, posters).

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Main topics

All the following subjects are related to Cultural Heritage Analysis (C.H.A.) and Environmental Analysis (E.A.) using Multivariate Analysis (M.A.) and Chemometry and are welcome for oral or poster presentations.

sub topics, these themes are welcome
aid of M.A. for non-invasive non-destructive methods in C.H. and Environmental analysis analysis of serial ancient objects by M.A. application of Experimental Design in E.A. appropriate statistical analyses applied to the studies of Cultural Heritage tourism
archeometrics, application of M.A. and chemometrics encrease detection limit for trace analysis in E.A. and C.H.A. classification of ancients objects, statistical theory of hypothesis comparison of commercial software packages for M.A.
diagnostic methods for C.H., multiparametric didactic on M.A. and chemometry effect of contaminated ecosystems and human fruition on Cultural heritage finds effect of contaminated ecosystems on Cultural heritage finds itself
environmental quality criteria (EQC) and environmental risk assessment (ERA) expert and decision system to support authority in environmental problems solution GUM and QUAM applied to the measures in C.H. and Environment IPPC suggested Best Available Techniques (BAT) and their possible use in C.H. analysis
is it or isn't it true? The forensic analysis supported by of M.A. and Chemometry light-matter interaction (Spectroscopy, reflectance, fluorescence, e.g.) and M.A. in C.H.A. and E.A. M.A. for characterisation of composition and structure of Art Objects and Archaeological Artifacts M.A. to upgrade the performance characteristics of the Chemical Measurement Process (CMP)
metalworking activity and ancient technology studied with chemometrics and multivariate approach multiparametric, multimethods, multitechniques to validate decisions in C.H.A. and E.A. multivariate approach to study limnological, stratigraphic, excavation profile numerical simulation. Monte Carlo methods for E.A.
pattern recognition of environmental data radiocarbon measurements for C.H. and E.A., discriminant tools, pollutants analysis stolen, theft and missing works of art: the contribution of statistic methods to contrast it time series analysis of environmental data
the Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus of Munchen, the Caestium pyramid of Rome, the roman's Ships of Nemi, the museum of Baghdad: Cultural Heritage in conflict (cultural resource management in conflict situations) intentional, deliberate dissemination of radionuclides in environment (army, counterweight, pigments, nonexistent! mininukes, etc.), multivariate analysis for diagnostic and remediation
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* .... The world is multivariate; theory and statistical methods are capable of suggesting and confirming subtle multivariate relationships. .... [Donald D. Hester, Book Reviews of: Irwin Friend, James R. Longstreet, Morris Mendelson, Ervin Miller, Arleigh P. Hess Jr; Investment Banking and the New Issues Market, The American Economic Review, 58(4), (1968), 1023-1024.]

Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
CMA4CH, Multivariate Analysis and Chemometry
for Cultural Heritage and Environment
in the even years of III millennium, 2008
Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation
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