25 février 2020

CONSERVATION TALKS 2021 Big Research in Tiny Speeches

Conservation Talks: Big Research in Tiny Speeches is back for a second edition! This full-day conference focuses on academic conservation research conducted in Belgium, such as PhD and Master Thesis work. The concept is to give both conservation professionals and students the space to dynamically present their research in tiny, 10 minute speeches. 

The day will include access to the museum and two interactive sessions dedicated to meeting, to posters and samples viewing. Conservation Talks provide attendees with the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience in a supportive atmosphere.

 

DATE

25 February 2021

 

VENUE

The Comics Art Museum, Brussels

Rue des Sables 20 / Zandstraat 20 B-1000 Brussels

 

CALL FOR LECTURES 

& POSTERS

The call for presentations is now open! 

We welcome you to apply with a lecture or a poster regarding a Master or PhD thesis work or any conservation related research conducted in a Belgian higher school or university - whether you graduated years ago, recently, or are still a student).  

The conference will be held in English - beginners are more than welcome. 
Conservation Talks is also a space where students and recent graduates can take their first steps into the professional world.

 

CALENDAR

Deadline for application: 30 September 2020
Notification of the applicants: beginning of November 2020
Final programme: mid-November, 2020

 

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AGENDA

25/02/2021, Brussels - Belgium
Conservation Talks: Big Research in Tiny Speeches is back for a second edition! This full-day conference focuses on academic conservation research conducted in Belgium, such as PhD and Master Thesis work. The concept is to give both conservation professionals and students the space to dynamically present their research in tiny, 10 minute speeches. [Plus]

NOUVELLES APROA

13 mai 2020
Ce livre rassemble les postprints de la 10ème édition des journées d'études internationales co-organisées par APROA-BRK et die Keure, les 21 et 22 novembre 2019. [Plus]