SEAHA Centre for Doctoral Training


2017 SEAHA Conference: panel Discussion on "Design for Research Impact"

1 June 2017


ICCROM will be leading a panel discussion on “Design for Research Impact” as part of the 3rd International SEAHA Conference. The panel will bring together research stakeholders drawn from heritage science and beyond to address the question what makes research impactful and what does it take to achieve it? Panelists will focus on current realities in research landscape and share their vision for the immediate and distant future. The panel will include:

Dr. Alison Heritage, Conservation Research Specialist, ICCROM (moderator) 
Prof. May Cassar,  Director of UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and Director of SEAHA CDT
Ms. Katy Lithgow,  Head Conservator, National Trust
Mr. Tom Feilden, Science Editor, Today Programme, BBC Radio 4
Dr. Joanna Allen, Research Impact Manager, Research Enterprise & Social Partnerships Department, University of Brighton.
Mr. Dzhordzhio Naldzhiev, SEAHA Doctoral Student, University College London