Place and time
The event will run both online and in-person
Start at 6 PM (Moscow time, GMT+3)
As part of a government megagrant, ITMO’s Heritage Science Lab (HS-MOLAB RU) has organized a series of lectures by leading scientists in France.
Michel Menu – scientific leader of the megagrant and ITMO’s Heritage Science Lab, PhD, chief research associate, and former head of the National Centre for Research and Restoration in French Museums (C2RMF).
Vincent Detalle – staff member at ITMO’s Heritage Science Lab, PhD, chief research associate, senior research associate at C2RMF, head of the laser laboratory, head of the mobile laboratory for the study of cultural heritage (MOLAB) in France, and head of the ESPADON project.
November 24, 6-8 PM: Kronverksky Pr. 49, room 431a
A Laboratory for Heritage Science by Michel Menu
The ESPADON Project by Vincent Detalle
November 25, 6-8 PM: Kronverksky Pr. 49, room 431a
Why use a MOLAB for the Conservation of Cultural Artefacts? Advantages and Limitations by Vincent Detalle
Applications of Laser in Art by Vincent Detalle
December 1, 6-8 PM: Lomonosova St. 9, room 1223
Tracking Fakes in Museums by Michel Menu
Analysis of Leonardo da Vinci's Paintings by Michel Menu
December 2, 5-8 PM: Lomonosova St. 9, room 1224b
The Color of the Isenheim Altarpiece, Grunewald by Michel Menu
Analysis of Prehistoric Art by Michel Menu
The Art of Amedeo Modigliani by Michel Menu
Advance registration is required.
The lectures will be conducted both online and in-person. Links to the online events will be sent to all registered participants an hour before the start.
phone: +7 (812) 315-75-34