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Publication . Article . 2016

Initiatives européennes d’IPANEMA et du synchrotron SOLEIL pour l’étude des matériaux anciens

Loïc Bertrand; Sebastian Schoeder; Sophie David; Mathieu Thoury;
Open Access
Published: 01 Jan 2016
Country: France
Abstract
Les particularités du rayonnement synchrotron, notamment sa très grande brillance et son spectre blanc des rayons X à l’infrarouge lointain, en font une source de plus en plus employée pour l’étude de la composition chimique, des propriétés et de la réactivité des matériaux patrimoniaux. La construction de l’Institut photonique d’analyse non destructive européen des matériaux anciens, attenant au synchrotron SOLEIL, par l’État français et la Région Île-de-France permet un soutien fortement accru des équipes françaises et internationales travaillant à l’étude des matériaux anciens. Les allers-retours entre développement de méthodes et applications encouragent à la fois l’apparition de nouveaux instruments et un usage optimisé de techniques de spectroscopie et d’imagerie de pointe. Le développement d’IPANEMA sur le territoire de Paris-Saclay s’inscrit dans le cadre plus global de la mise en place de l’infrastructure européenne E-RIHS, dédiée à l’étude du patrimoine culturel et naturel. The specific features of synchrotron radiation, namely its very high brightness and its white spectrum from X-rays to far infrared light, make it an increasingly used source in the study of the chemical composition, properties and reactivity of ancient materials. Constructed by the French government and the Île-de-France region, adjacent to the SOLEIL synchrotron, IPANEMA (Institut photonique d’analyse non-destructive européen des matériaux anciens/European Institute of Non-Destructive Photonic Analysis of Ancient Materials), provides extensive additional support to French and international teams involved in research into ancient materials. Interaction between the development of methods and applications encourage both the emergence of new instruments and an optimized use of spectroscopic techniques and cutting-edge imaging. The building of IPANEMA on the Paris-Saclay site is part of a more global strategy within E-RIHS, the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science.
Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Humanities Art media_common.quotation_subject media_common

ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_MISCELLANEOUS

Subjects

matériaux anciens, synchrotron, méthodes photoniques, imagerie, micro-échantillon, ancient materials, photonic methods, imaging, microsample, Synchrotron, Ancient materials, Archaeology, Imaging, Methods, Large-scale facilities, Spectroscopy, Cultural heritage, [PHYS]Physics [physics], [CHIM]Chemical Sciences, [INFO]Computer Science [cs], [SDE]Environmental Sciences, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences, [STAT]Statistics [stat]

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Funded by
EC| IPERION CH
Project
IPERION CH
Integrated Platform for the European Research Infrastructure ON Cultural Heritage
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 654028
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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EC| CHARISMA
Project
CHARISMA
Cultural heritage Advanced Research Infrastructures: Synergy for a Multidisciplinary Approach to Conservation/Restoration
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 228330
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP4 | INFRA
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