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.
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.
Check out our launch Event 19th of October 2017