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Archaeometry Seminars 2008 - 2009


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Date

Speaker

Results of recent PIXE analysis runs at the FN tandem accelerator Feb. 27, 2009 Larry Lamm & Ed Stech
Dept. of Physics
Neutron Activation Method (2) Feb. 20, 2009 Michael Wiescher
Dept. of Physics
Neutron Activation Method (1) Feb. 13, 2009 Michael Wiescher
Dept. of Physics
S.A.V.E. Monuments of Historical and Cultural Importance -
The Taj Mahal Initiative (2)
Feb. 6, 2009 Krupali Uplekar
Architecture
S.A.V.E. Monuments of Historical and Cultural Importance -
The Taj Mahal Initiative (1)
Jan. 30, 2009 Krupali Uplekar
Architecture
PIXE: Data Analysis (Part Two) Dec. 12, 2008 Larry Lamm
Dept. of Physics
PIXE: Data Analysis (Part One)
( ppt. version for animations)
Dec. 5, 2008 Larry Lamm
Dept. of Physics
Accelerator Mass Spectrometry from the Iceman to Ocean Waters Nov. 14, 2008 Phillipe Collon
Dept. of Physics
Early Nineteenth Century Transfer Prints: Technology, Dating, and Sourcing Nov. 7, 2008 Mark Schurr
Dept. of Anthropology
Identifying Locally-Made Pottery in the Caribbean Oct. 17, 2008 Mark Hauser
Africana Studies
Southern Cascades Sources of Clay for Pottery, Figurines and Storage Pits Oct. 17, 2008 Joanne Mack
Dept. of Anthropology
Pottery Decoration and Production:
Aztec Ruin
Oct. 10, 2008 Donna Glowacki
Dept. of Anthropology
Daily Life in Early Bronze Age Towns: What can pottery tell us? Oct. 3, 2008 Meredith Chesson
Dept. of Anthropology
Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican Figurines Manufacture and Decoration Sept. 19, 2008 Doug Bradley
Snite Museum of Art
PIXE for the Non Physicist Sept. 12, 2008 Ed Stech
ISNAP, Physics

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