date September 11th-12th, 2014

第2回京都大学-ボルドー大学共催シンポジウム

文化財科学

Day 1: Friday 22 May 13:30-17:30 Parallel Session 1
 
Venue: Conference Room 5b, floor 5, Center of Innovation, East Building
 
Coordinators:
Pierre Guibert, CNRS, University of Bordeaux
Ari Ide, Kyoto University

 

13:30-13:40 Ari Ide Opening address
Introduction of participants
13:40-14:00 Hideo Yoshii, Kyoto University The archaeological investigation in colonial Korea and the department of archaeology in Kyoto University
14:00-14:20 Atsushi Uemine, Kyoto University How may we reconstruct human activity at prehistoric mines?
14:20-14:40 Satoshi Naiki, Kyoto University The research of sculptures in Gandhara from a technical perspective
14:40-15:00 Yumiko Murakami, Kyoto University Research on wooden artifacts excavated from the Karako site
15:00-15:20 Hiroko Hashimoto, Kyoto University Mating systems of the Jomon people from Japan as indicated by dental traits

15:20-15:35   Coffee Break

 

15:35-16:00 Pierre Guibert, CNRS University of Bordeaux Montaigne 1. Short presentation of research activities at the IRAMAT-CRP2A laboratory, and
2. The use of dating methods for the study of building materials : State of the art and current challenges
16:00-16:25 Anne Delangnes, CNRS, University of Bordeaux PACEA laboratory: research activities and international scope
16:25-16:50 Floréal Daniel, CNRS, Bordeaux Montaigne University Hyperspectral imaging applications;
Identification of pigments in paintings and the management of colors for visual perception research.
16:50-17:15 Anne Michel, Bordeaux Montaigne University The Ausonius Institute (UBM-CNRS): a general presentation focusing on our main archeological activities

17:15-17:30   Discussion, Information for Day 2

 

Day 2: Saturday 23 May 9:00-12:00 Parallel Session 2
 
Venue: Conference Room 5b, floor 5, Center of Innovation, East Building
 
Coordinators:
Pierre Guibert, CNRS, University of Bordeaux
Ari Ide, Kyoto University

 

9:00-9:30 Arno Suzuki, Kyoto University How international students interpret concepts of Japanese gardens
9:30-10:00 Takura Izumi, Kyoto University TBC

10:00-10:15   Coffee break

10:15-11:15 Yuji Dainobu, Kyushu National Museum The application of high definition images of mural paintings from tombs excavated in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, China, for presentation in a museum
  Ari Ide, Kyoto University A practical approach to multispectral imaging of cultural heritage
11:15-11:30 Discussion on future research collaboration
11:30 End of discussion
11:45-12:30 Bus transfer from the Main Gate of Yoshida Campus to Ninnaji Temple

(Lunch boxes will be provided on the bus.)
12:30-14:30 Site visit to Ninnaji Temple, including a guided tour to its traditional architecture, garden and medieval paintings
14:30-15:00 Bus transfer from Ninnaji Temple to the Main Gate of Yoshida Campus
15:30-16:45 Wrap-up session
16:45-17:00 Closing Ceremony
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