Heritage Science and Engineering Network


About Us

BEAMS Heritage Science & Engineering Network seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners of Heritage Science and Engineering studies to facilitate the study of Heritage objects and issues.


About Us

The UCL BEAMS Heritage Science & Engineering (HSE) Network has been created to bring together a diverse range of researchers and practitioners connected with Heritage Science and Engineering, primarily from the faculties of the Built Environment, Engineering, and Mathematical & Physical Sciences, but open to colleagues from all faculties at UCL, using science and engineering approaches and methodologies to examine, analyse and conserve heritage objects and issues.

Heritage Science is a broad term that encompasses a wide variety of topics including but not limited to Conservation Science, Archaeological Science, Heritage, Museum Studies and the Built Environment.

The HSE Network facilitates cross-disciplinary research in Heritage Science & Engineering, promotes collaboration with UCL Culture through its museums, collections, public engagement team, public art and theatre, and provides a forum for wider engagement with the UCL community and general public.

Co-Chair of the HSE Network: Prof. May Cassar, Professor of Sustainable Heritage, Bartlett School Environment, Energy and Resources, Faculty of the Built Environment.


Co-Chair of the HSE Network: Simon Cane, UCL Culture

Check out our launch Event 19th of October 2017

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Past HSE Network Newsletters