A college of pioneering researchers will present their most recent developments and achievements in the field of cultural heritage mass spectrometry, including technical and computational developments and applications.
› Julie Arslanoglu: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
› Leila Birolo: University of Naples, Italy
› Ilaria Bonaduce: University of Pisa, Italy
› Enrico Cappellini: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
› Rémy Chapoulie: Bordeaux Montaigne University, France
› Matthew Collins: University of Cambridge, England and University of Copenhagen, Denmark
› Garry Corthals: University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
› Juergen Cox: Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
› Francesco d’Errico: University of Bordeaux, France
› Nathalie Fourment: National Museum of Prehistory, France
› Sven Haakanson: University of Washington and Burke Museum, Seattle, USA
› Katrien Keune: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
› G. Asher Newsome: Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, USA
› Caroline Tokarski: University of Bordeaux - French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), France
Speakers may be subject to change.