- Date: Tuesday 11 December 2018
- Time: Starts: 17:00
- Venue: The Cyprus Institute – Novel Technologies Laboratory, Events Room, 1st Floor, Athalassa Campus
- Speaker: See below for speakers and details of the following public talk
Signing event for the establishment of the
Cyprus Dendrochronology Laboratory (CDL)
The Cyprus Institute, Novel Technologies Laboratory, Events Room, 1st Floor
In the presence of the Honorable Minister of Transport, Communications and Works
Mrs Vassiliki Anastassiadou
Dr. Marina Solomidou-Ieronymidou, Director, Department of Antiquities
Mr. Charalambos Alexandrou, Director, Department of Forests
Prof. Costas Papanicolas, President, The Cyprus Institute
Dendrochronology is a scientific method that studies the growth of tree-rings to date objects of wooden heritage (i.e. archaeological material, icons, wooden roofs and beams) as well as to provide data related to past atmospheric and climate conditions. The collaborative development of the Cyprus Dendrochronology Laboratory (CDL) supported within the framework of the Andreas Pittas Art Characterization Laboratories of the Science and Technology in Archaeology and Culture Research Center at CyI will promote the great potential of dendrochronological research for Cyprus and its surrounding region.
The event will be followed by a public talk:
Dendrochronology in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean: Challenges and Opportunities
Prof. Sturt Manning, Tree-Ring Laboratory, Cornell University
About the Speaker
Sturt Manning began his studies in Australia (BA, MA), before receiving his PhD from Cambridge. He was a Research Fellow at Jesus College, Cambridge, a Lecturer and later a Reader at the University of Reading, and a Professor at the University of Toronto, before taking up his current position as Goldwin Smith Professor of Classical Archaeology at Cornell. He is presently also Director of the Cornell Institute of Archaeology and Material Studies, and Chair of the Department of Classics.
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- Date: Tuesday 11 December
- Time: Starts: 17.00
- Speakers: Various speakers
- Speaker Position: Followed by a public talk by Prof. Sturt Manning