SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM (Final)
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May 06
08.30-09.15
REGISTRATION
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09.15-11.00
SESSION #1 PLENARY SESSION - WELCOME AND INVITED LECTURES
  09.15-09.30
Opening and Welcome Address
09.30-10.00 Marisa Laurenzi Tabasso
Testing consolidants: a case study on the selection of a consolidant for the plaster of wall paintings
10.00-10.30 Rolf Snethlage et al. Transforming gypsum into calcium phosphate - a better way to preserve lime paint layers on natural stone?
10.30-11.00   Discussion
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11.00-11.30
Coffee break
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11.30-13.00
SESSION #2 PLENARY SESSION (Room #1)
  11.30-11.45 S.Bracci et al. Inorganic consolidant on stone artifacts: optimisation of application procedures or marble and limestones
11.45-12.00 A. Ferreira Pinto et al. The action of APTES as coupling agent of ethylsilicate for limestone and marble consolidation
12.00-12.15 A.Mariani et al. Frontal polymerization: a new approach to the consolidation of stone?
12.15-12.30 C.Anselmi et al. Evaluation of cyclododecane as a temporary consolidant for cultural heritage materials
  12.30-12.45 L.Toniolo et al. Surface consolidation of ancient plasters: the problem of the efficacy evaluation
12.45-13.00 Discussion
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13.00-14.30
LUNCH
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14.30-16.30
SESSION #3 PARALLEL SESSION Room #1
14.30-14.45 M. Drdácký & Z. Slíková Calcium hydroxide based consolidation of lime mortars and stone
14.45-15.00 F. Clarelli et al Mathematical models for the consolidation processes in stone
15.00-15.15 P. Kotlík & M. Hucková Artificial sandstone containing epoxy resin as binder and possibilities of its conservation
15.15-15.30   Discussion
15.30-15.45 D.Moraes Rodrigues & S. DeFreece Emery Revisiting the conservation of the flooring of the Great Stone Church: results of the use of ethyl silicate five years after treatment
  15.45-16.00 P. Theoulakis et al. Performance criteria and evaluation parameters for the consolidation of stone
16.00-16.15 M. Tavares et al. Consolidation of renderings simulating stone on the façade of LNEC's Main Building
16.15-16.30 Discussion
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14.30-16.30
SESSION #4 PARALLEL SESSION Room #2
14.30-14.45 J-M. Mimoso & D. Costa A new technique for using the DRMS in hard materials; application to the study of the consolidation action
14.45-15.00 M-J. Revez et al. Effect of TEOS-based consolidants on ancient paving bricks
15.00-15.15 A. Fernandes & J. Rodrigues Stone consolidation experiments in rock art outcrops at the Côa Valley Archeological Park, Portugal
15.15-15.30   Discussion
15.30-15.45 S. Rescic et al. Evaluation of consolidant treatments on fresco walls using the DRMS method: preliminary tests with abrasive drill bits
15.45-16.00 M. Pamplona et al. Assessment of the long-term behaviour of stone consolidants- a proposed methodology
16.00-16.15 M. Stefanidou & K. Matziaris Production of artificial stone using consolidation products
16.15-16.30 Discussion
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16.30-17.00
Coffee break and POSTER SESSION
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17.00-18.30
SESSION #5 PLENARY SESSION - INVITED LECTURES
17.00-17.30 George Scherer & I.Jimenez Gonzalez Swelling clays and salt crystallization: the damage mechanisms and the role of consolidants
17.30-18.00 Simon Warrack Stone consolidation - a conservator-restorer viewpoint
18.00-18.30 Discussion
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May 07
9.30-11.00
SESSION #6 PLENARY SESSION - INVITED LECTURES
09.30-10.00 George Wheeler Alkoxysilanes and the consolidation of stone: where we are now
10.00-10.30 Stefan Simon How to evaluate efficiency and durability of stone consolidation treatments - a methodology
10.30-11.00   Discussion
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11.00-11.30
Coffee break and POSTER SESSION
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11.30-13.00
SESSION #7 PLENARY SESSION (Room #1)
11.30-11.45 J.Wierzchos et al. Application of low temperature and environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy to the study of NaCl deliquescence
11.45-12.00 J. Engel New consolidation agent for limestone
12.00-12.15 D. De los Santos et al. A new material with both consolidating and water-repellent properties for treating stone
12.15-12.30 S. Sikka et al. Qualitative and quantitative methods of detection of calcium oxalate deposits on treated limestone and marble
12.30-12.45 J. Ebsen & P. Hadsund Conservation of a Viking-age turf ruin in Reykjavik, Iceland
12.45-13.00 Discussion
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13.00-14.30
LUNCH
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14.30-16.30
SESSION #8 PLENARY SESSION (Room #1)
14.30-14.45 H. DeClercq and al. TEOS and Time: influence of application schedules on the efectiveness of ethyl silicate based consolidants
14.45-15.00 P. Kissane & S. Pavia Application of modified tetraethoxysilanes to Irish sandstone in laboratory trials
15.00-15.15 M. Pamplona et al. Consolidation effectiveness of TEOS on Ançã limestone from Portugal- a laboratory study
15.15-15.30 Discussion
  15.30-15.45 P. Manoudis et al. Surface properties of superhydrophobic coatings for stone protection
15.45-16.00 A. Ferreira Pinto & J. Rodrigues Hydroxylating conversion treatment and alkoxysilane coupling agent as pre-treatment for the consolidation of limestones with ethyl silicate
16.00-16.15 J.Sanjurjo Sanchez et al. A porosity study of granite ashlars to apply consolidation treatments in a historic building in the city of A Coruña (NW Spain)
16.15-16.30 Discussion
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16.30-17.00
Coffee break
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17.00-18.30
SESSION #9 PLENARY SESSION, DISCUSSION PANEL AND CLOSE
17.00-17.15 J. Delgado Rodrigues & D. Costa The conservation of granite in Évora cathedral: from laboratory to practice
17.15-17.30 D.Costa & J. Delgado Rodrigues Evaluation of consolidation treatments applied to granitic materials. Experience and critical overview of laboratory testing
17.30-18.30 Discussion Panel; Conclusions and Closing Address
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