The conference
16-18 may 2018

PALAZZO DEI CONGRESSI, VILLA VITTORIA
PIAZZA ADUA 1, FLORENCE
The Future of Heritage Science And Technologies conference involves a larg number of researchers and scholars from around the world and puts the industry’s current issues under the spotlight, specifically on issues related to innovative techniques and technologies. 

The conference is part of the Florence International Fair for Art and Restoration, an international event attracting prestigious institutions and companies and creating a unique opportunity to bring together the academic world with industry.

Authors will be invited to submit extended abstracts which will be peer reviewed for relevance to the conference topics. Full papers will be peer reviewed for acceptance with the essential corrections and proposed for oral presentation or poster session.

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Areas and Topics

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Presentation typologies

1) oral pesentation
2) poster presentation

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Conference Proceedings

The proceedings of Heri-Tech will be part of IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

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Florence

one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, filled with historical relics and artistic masterpieces by the greatest masters of Humanism and the Renaissance. These creative geniuses made an indelible mark on the world’s architecture and art

Situated in northeast Tuscany, the Province of Florence covers areas with different geographical and environmental characteristics, including Mugello, Montagna Fiorentina, Valdarno, part of Chianti and Empolese-Valdelsa. At the Province's center, in a basin crossed by the Arno River, stands the magnificent City of Florence, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, filled with historical relics and artistic masterpieces by the greatest masters of Humanism and the Renaissance. These creative geniuses made an indelible mark on the world’s architecture and art: Giotto and Brunelleschi, Michelangelo and Vasari, Michelozzo and Leon Battista Alberti, just to mention a few. Every year, Florence, unanimously recognized as the cradle of the Renaissance, attracts crowds of Italian and foreign tourists to admire the marvelous churches, sumptuous buildings, and museums that make it so unique. The city’s charm also extends to its territories, beginning with the natural amphitheatre created by the hills surrounding Florence, where unique places such as the small towns of Fiesole and Certosa del Galluzzo stand. The whole area is made up of stunning landscapes such as the Chianti Valley, where visitors can follow numerous art or wine and food itineraries, and other areas, from Mugello to Valdarno, that hold a wide variety of surprises: ancient castles, Medieval rural churches, and villas. Wherever one turns, historical towns and art treasures make this province absolutely unique, a place where nature and culture intertwine as in a dream. Each and every town, with its own particular features, is a world to be discovered: Empoli with its rich cultural heritage contained within 15th-Century city walls; Sesto Fiorentino with the famous “La Montagnola” Etruscan tomb; Impruneta, with its terra-cotta production; or Borgo San Lorenzo, with the remains of its 14th-Century fortifications and a magnificent church; and Castelfiorentino and Barberino Val d’Elsa, among many others. The Florentine territory provides a surprising number of itineraries, making a vacation here an ideal occasion to explore this enchanting area.

Committees

Dr. Eng. Rocco Furferi

General Chairs
(PhD) is Lecturer B at the Department of Industrial Engineering of Florence (DIEF), University of Florence (Italy) where he teaches the course Mechanical Drafting at the School of Engineering.

Dr. Eng. Lapo Governi

General Chairs
(PhD) is Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Florence (Italy) where he teaches the courses Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping at the School of Engineering.

Prof. Mauro Matteini

General Chairs
Graduated in Chemistry at the University of Studies in Florence. After a brief experience in the Ferrania S.p.A Research Sector on media Photographed, he has joined the creation of the Center for Studies for the Works Of Art by CNR at the Superintendence of Artistic and Historical Goods in Florence.

Dr. Eng. Yary Volpe

General Chairs
(PhD) is Assistant Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Florence (Italy) where he teaches the course CAD Modeling at the School of Engineering.

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