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Datum | 07.02.2019, 11.00 h
Ort | Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Hauptgebäude, Augasse 2–6, 1090 Wien, SR1.15

Vorträge von Prof. Dr. Shuya Wei (Institute of Cultural Heritage and History of Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China) und Prof. Dr. Song Guoding (Department of Archaeometry, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences(UCAS), Beijing, China) im Rahmen der ChemArt (Gesellschaft österreichischer Chemiker, Arbeitsgruppe Erforschung und Erhaltung des kulturellen Erbes) organisiert vom Institut für Naturwissenschaften und Technologie in der Kunst und vom Institut Chemie – Science Visualization, Abt. Archäometrie (Universität für Angewandte Kunst).

Application of Py-GC/MS on the Characterization of Materials in Cultural Heritage

Shuya Wei

Shuya Wei is currently a professor in the Institute of Cultural Heritage and History of Science & Technology, University of Science and Technology Beijing. After she finished her PhD study at the Institute of Chemical Technology and Analytics, Analytical Chemistry Division, Vienna University of Technology in 2007, she worked as a conservation scientist in the Institute of Natural Sciences and Technology in Art, Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna until June 2013. Her main research interests focus on the scientific investigation of Cultural Heritage objects, by using multi-techniques, especially Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (Py-GC/MS).

Ritual Activities of Shang Dynasty in Ancient China

Prof. Dr. Song Guoding

Education
1991–1992 Diploma of directing the archaeological excavation
1981–1985 BA Department of Archaeology, Beijing University, China
 
Employment history
12/ 2005 up to present time: Professor of the Department of Archaeometry, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS). Hold lectures and organized activities for the graduate students in UCAS, such as “Archaeology of the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties”, “Basic Theory and Method of the Field Archaeology”, “Practice of Field Archaeology” and some projects in the fields of Archaeology and Archaeometry
 
01/ 2004 – 12/ 2005: Research Fellow in the Institute of Archaeology of Henan Province: Comparison of the ritual systems of the early Shang period and other civilizations
 
01/ 2003 – 12/ 2003: Visiting Scholar in the Center for Chinese Studies in UCLA, USA: Conducting research on the GIS system in the archaeological regional survey
 
01/ 2001 -–12/ 2001: Visiting Scholar in the Institute of Archaeology in UCL, UK: Research on better understanding the holy writing in the middle Shang period in China
 
07/1985 – 12/2005: Director of the Zhengzhou Shang City Archaeological Centre, the Institute of Archaeology of Henan Province.


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