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# Title Authors Working Group Venue/Year Presented Paper/poster
1 ´Ajami - rooms – polychrome wooden interior decorations from Syria of the 17th to the 19th centuries: a view into art technology and conservation problems Anke Scharrahs* Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration New Delhi 2008 Paper
2 3D ESPI measurement of the strain fields introduced by strip-lining paintings Christina Young *, Manjit Debashis Paintings New Delhi 2008 Poster
3 A Canadian Aboriginal approach to the conservation of cultural property at the Canadian Museum of Civilization John Moses * Legal issues in conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
4 A centralized and overarching organization of collection policy, conservation and restoration and the position of the textile restorer in this context Elsje Janssen* Textiles New Delhi 2008 Paper
5 A comparison of light-induced damage under common museum illuminants David Saunders*, Jo Kirby Preventive Conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
6 A handbook of preventive conservation in Bhutan (Himalayas) Sabine Cotte*, David Nock Education and Training in Conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
7 A novel technique for the photography of daylight fluorescent artwork Elizabeth Hinde*, Petronella Nel Modern materials and contemporary art New Delhi 2008 Paper
8 A Persian carpet’s paradise garden: discovering historical and technical aspects through carpet conservation and restoration M M Sousa*, E Armindo, M J Melo, Jessica Hallett Textiles New Delhi 2008 Paper
9 A practical collaborative approach for long-term displays Mary-Jane Tsang*, Maria Blyzinsky Preventive Conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
10 A preliminary investigation of digital inkjet printing on sheer fabrics for textile conservation Jan Vuori*, Nancy Britton Textiles New Delhi 2008 Paper
11 A preliminary understanding of the behaviour of oil paintings in tropical Southeast Asia Nicole Tse*, Robyn Sloggett, Ann Roberts Paintings New Delhi 2008 Paper
12 A procedure for the efficient and simultaneous analysis of Asian and European lacquers in furniture of mixed origin Arlen Heginbotham*, Herant Khanjian, Rachel Rivenc, Michael Schilling Wood, Furniture, and Lacquer New Delhi 2008 Paper
13 A protocol of analysis for the classification of painting techniques applied to brocades of the altarpieces of Gipuzkoa Ainhoa Rodríguez-López*, Narayan Khandekar, Katherine Eremin, Richard Newman Paintings New Delhi 2008 Paper
14 A scientific evaluation of surface cleaning acrylic emulsion paintings Bronwyn Ormsby*, Patricia Smithen, Frank Hoogland, Costanza Miliani, Tom Learner Scientific research New Delhi 2008 Paper
15 A semi-automatic system for the non-contact ‘fingerprinting’ of objects of art and cultural heritage W Wei*, V Bakker, A Lagana, J Frohn, A Walther, G Wiora, M Weber, S Goodall, K Martinez, S. Sotiropoulou Legal issues in conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
16 A string of beads unbroken: continuity and collaboration in an exhibition of Iroquois beadwork Anne MacKay* Ethnographic Collections New Delhi 2008 Paper
17 A summary and evaluation of 15 years research, practice and experience with lactitol methods developed for the conservation of waterlogged, degraded archaeological wood András Morgós*, Setsuo Imazu, Koji Ito Wet organic archaeological materials New Delhi 2008 Paper
18 A tensile testing method for monocotyledon leaves with parallel venation Mark Sandy*, Louise Bacon Ethnographic Collections New Delhi 2008 Paper
19 A Tibetan polychrome domestic altar and four six-panel cabinets: materials analysis, implications for dating, and conservation treatment Beth Price*, Sally Malenka, Ken Sutherland, Katherine Cuffari, Katherine Paul, Anne Kingery, Xian Zhang Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration New Delhi 2008 Paper
20 Activities of the Users’ Group for Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography (MaSC) Christopher Maines*, Ester Ferreira, Catherine Higgitt, Ken Sutherland, Klaas Jan van den Berg Scientific research New Delhi 2008 Poster
21 Addressing cultural diversity: challenges, meaning and consequences Sanjay Dhar* Theory and History of Conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
22 An English Renaissance: the development and delivery of the Renaissance At Work programme Simon Cane*, Jane Thompson Webb Education and Training in Conservation New Delhi 2008 Paper
23 An exhibition of photographs on a shoestring budget – some challenges and innovations S Girikumar* Photographic materials New Delhi 2008 Paper
24 An extended investigation of the influence of oxygen on color fading Vincent Beltran*, Jim Druzik, Shin Maekawa Preventive Conservation New Delhi 2008 Poster
25 An investigation into the staining of ceramics from aged shellac repairs Marie Svoboda*, Konstantina Tsatsouli, Charlotte W Eng Ceramics New Delhi 2008 Paper
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