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The6th interdisciplinary ALMA conference & 2nd CrysAC workshop took place on May 31 - June 3, 2017 in the Augustinian Monastery in Brno, Czech Republic.
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The ALMA 5th interdisciplinary seminar took place on November 20-21, 2014 in Baroque Refectory of Dominican Monastery of St. Giles in Prague.
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The journey to Szklary in Lower Silesia in Poland was planned as a part of addressing the issue of provenance of earths and other iron oxide pigments in Middle Ages. The Szklary deposit is a unique locality of nickel-containing laterite with chrysoprase veins – a semiprecious stone used by...
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On November 21-23, 2012 Prague´s historical Strahov Monastery hosted the 4th interdisciplinary ALMA conference entitled "Knowledge and Experinece in the Fine Art - from Understanding Materials to Technological Applications".
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On Noveber 10, 2011 our colleague Silvie švarcová crowned her five-year efforts in the field of copper pigments investigation by a successful defence of her dissertation "Preparation, identification and degradation of copper-based inorganic painting pigments" at the Institute of...
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Research on late gothic and early renaissance altars in Transylvania in 2008 and 2011. Non-invasive measurement of altars located in an authentic environment of the Saxon community in Romanian Transylvania brings new knowledge of their artistic and technological relation to Central European art...
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Photos from ART 2011 Conference and archive search in Opificio delle Pietre Dure (OPD)
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Photos from the 22nd IUCr Congress held in late August in Madrid. ALMA was represented by Petr Bezdička who was appointed a member of the IUCr Commission on Crystallography in Art and Cultural Heritage, chaired two microsymposiums and received the PANalytical Best Poster Award.
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In April 2011 the Technart International Conference took place. Petr Bezdička and Zdeňka Petrová presented the results of the ALMA Laboratory in a Poster Session called “Non-destructive and microanalytical techniques in art and cultural heritage”. They presented their posters on the...
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Silvie Švarcová gave a lecture on the origin of copper pigments in murals at the Technart Conference held in Athens in April 2009. Her conference paper Microanalytical evidence of origin and degradation of copper pigments found in Bohemian Gothic murals has been chosen to a special issue of an...
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Measurement in an early medieval church in Kostoľany pod Tríbečom, Slovakia. The research was carried out in 2005-2009.
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Mobile measurements in cooperation with Italian laboratory MOLAB in the Moravian Gallery in Brno (6th FP Program Eu-ARTECH)
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An invited lecture of Janka Hradilová at a workshop held on the occasion of an medieval art exhibition in Levoča museum, Slovakia, November 22th, 2007.
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D. Hradil´s invited lecture on Bohemian green earth at Technical University in Munich, D. Hradil, P. Bezdička and J. Hradilová visiting prof. E. Emmerling at the Department of Restoration, TU Munich and an excursion to Kremer Pigmente Company in Aichstetten, November 2007.
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