Summer School is designed to train graduated students, in
particular PhD students, with interests in Heritage Science.
The school aims at providing students from different
educational backgrounds (graduates in the fields of
technical-scientific and humanistic) the specific skills to
start and develop projects for proper diagnosis and
conservative management of Cultural Heritage. The primary
objective is to provide the students with a theoretical
preparation, combining in-depth knowledge of materials and
diagnostic techniques, and the ability to interpret issues and
problems in the context of multidisciplinary projects. Each
year the School will be dedicated to a different topic within
Heritage Science. In 2019, the school will be focused on
organic materials archaeology.
Further information can be found here