This year’s HSS Forum was a collaboration between the Department of Conservation at the University of Gothenburg and the Swedish National Heritage Board.
The forum’s aim is to highlight heritage science in Sweden and increase its visibility as a research area, while shedding light on current issues and initiatives within the field. Through this, the forum intends to promote and increase collaboration between different organisations and research disciplines.
The conference highlighted current interdisciplinary cultural heritage projects in Sweden and beyond, and served as a meeting place for a broad representation of professionals in the cultural heritage field. The conference was conducted digitally in English, and was organised through half-day sessions focusing on short presentations, talks, discussions and digital poster sessions.
Posters presented at this years conference
- Analysis of ancient DNA: expanding the toolbox. Magnus Lundgren, SciLife Lab Uppsala UniversitetAnalysis of ancient DNA: expanding the toolbox Magnus Lundgren, SciLife Lab Uppsala Universitet
- Built Colonial Heritage – UNESCO’s Neocolonial Tools? Elsa Bane, Uppsala University
- Augmented Reality and Rock Carvings in the Nordic Context. Aliisa Råmark, Gothenburg University
- Effects of four consolidants on egg-white paint and their ageing. Angela Caira, Gothenburg University
- Are hydro-gels a suitable cleaning option for water-gilded surfaces. Ana Vega Ramiro, Gothenburg University
- Wake up, sleeping beauty. Kathrin Hinrichs, Åsa M Larsson, Alissa Andersson Swedish National Heritage Board
- New adsorbents for cultural heritage applications: A SIFT-MS study Elyse Canosa, Chalmers University of Technology
- Modelling the degradation of C admium pigments. Elena Castagnotto, University of Genoa
- IPERION HS and upcoming projects with swedish partners. Marei Hacke, Swedish National Heritage Board, Charlotta Bylund- Melin, Lucrezia Milillo, Stavroula Golfomitsou Gothenburg University