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Loic Bertrand, IPANEMA

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The scientific vision of the E-RIHS ERIC

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Loic Bertrand, IPANEMA

  1. 1. www.e-rihs.eu The scientific vision of the E-RIHS ERIC Loïc Bertrand, Science Director, Preparatory Phase, E-RIHS
  2. 2. www.e-rihs.eu Advanced studies in heritage science Tangible objects and collections from cultural heritage and natural history Objects and collections – From museums, galleries, libraries and archives – From monuments, archaeological and palaeontological sites Materials and materiality turn
  3. 3. www.e-rihs.eu The flagship infrastructure in heritage science – Thousands of objects are and need to be studied, documented, interpreted and preserved – Major projects on collections and sites are launched on a national, European (ERC, Horizon EU, Marie Skłodowska-Curie) and international scales E-RIHS provides a unique opportunity to review our analytical operating chain to better adapt it to the study of heritage materials In-depth open exchange on policies and procedures is essential to construct consensus.
  4. 4. www.e-rihs.eu Specificity of heritage materials Three issues common to conservation sciences, art history, paleontology, paleo- anthropology and archaeology: – Their past: technique, use & circulation; political, cultural and symbolic values; history, alteration & taphonomy – The diagnosis of their current state – Their future evolution Heritage materials are: – Heterogeneous and composite at all scales – Of unknown production, use and ageing conditions – Often rare or fragile...
  5. 5. synchrotron, laser, ion beam, neutron, microscopy dating, biogeochemistry genomics, proteomics access to scientific archives access to reference collections data documentation and sharing high performance computing DIGILAB Data Infrastructure ARCHLAB Scientific archives MOLAB Fleet of advanced mobile instruments FIXLAB Large-scale facilities portable instruments material sampling
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  10. 10. www.e-rihs.eu The heritage object at the centre The object is placed at the centre of the infrastructure operation, recognizing the specificities of the study of heritage materials and their impacts on the whole research process DIGILAB Data Infrastructure ARCHLAB Scientific archives MOLAB Fleet of advanced mobile instruments FIXLAB Large-scale facilities
  11. 11. www.e-rihs.eu 10 pillars (E-RIHS Scientific Vision, Mar. 2018) 1. Competencies first – Giving priority to skills 2. Interdisciplinarity – Optimising work for teams with complementary cultures and practices 3. Co-creation – Recognizing the contribution of each participant 4. Communication – Benefiting from the public dimension of heritage institutions 5. Excellence – Supporting outstanding projects 6. Interoperability – Connecting knowledge 7. Innovation – Developing E-RIHS and the study of heritage 8. International – Collaborating at the global level 9. Ethics – Encouraging ethically and socially responsible heritage research 10. Quality – Ensuring the best possible user experience
  12. 12. Competencies first Considering skills as central “Access to expertise” as much as to instruments and databases Recognition of the contribution of all team members Training for E-RIHS users and staff
  13. 13. Interdisciplinarity Optimising work for teams with complementary cultures and practices Access of multidisciplinary teams rather than of isolated individuals Association of scientists from Humanities, experimental sciences and natural sciences A model interdisciplinary infrastructure in itself
  14. 14. Co-creation Recognizing the contribution of each participant A culture of exchange and cooperation Recognising contributions at equal level Co-publication as a default practice
  15. 15. Excellence Supporting outstanding projects An E-RIHS label for multiple accesses of major initiatives A single entry point for long-term, short-term and exploratory projects A transparent selection process that centrally integrates heritage criteria
  16. 16. Interoperability Connecting knowledge Coupling of physical instruments Facilitation of data sharing and reuse with the Heritage Data Reuse Charter Towards intelligent tools that bring together measurements and data
  17. 17. International Collaborating at the global level Global lead of Europe in the field of heritage science Connection with main European and international infrastructures, in particular DARIAH Liaising with ICCROM, UNESCO, the IAEA and professional bodies
  18. 18. www.e-rihs.eu Foreseen impacts – Developing new knowledge and new methods – Fully integrating the development of data sciences and imaging – Contributing to indisciplinarity, through the hybridization of disciplinary fields, with specific challenges in restoration, art history, paleontology, environmental sciences, statistics… – Contributing to the emergence of a new generation of scientists ... a benefit beyond the community of ancient materials and heritage
  19. 19. www.e-rihs.eu European and national consultations March 2017: Florence May 2017: Brussels May 2017: Heraklion August 2017: Paris September 2017: Prague November 2017: Brussels November 2017: Vienna December 2017: London January 2018: Paris February 2018: Amsterdam October 2018: Paris October 2018: Florence…
  20. 20. www.e-rihs.eu Future steps The E-RIHS Scientific Vision Main principles: the 10 pillars www.e-rihs.eu Which tools and which competences? – Instruments – Data – Identifying what is lacking Which procedures ? Establish continuity in the operating chain – Access through long, short or exploratory projects – Collaborative work around data and reuse – Training and interdisciplinary sharing The E-RIHS Scientific Strategy
  21. 21. Institut de France, Paris 13–16 February 2019 2200 expected participants World Meeting Heritage, Science and Technology
  22. 22. www.e-rihs.eu Five key simplified processes 1. A unified entry point with evaluation criteria suited to the field 2. A simplified process to support ambitious long-term projects 3. An operative framework to catalog, share and reuse data 4. Day-to-day coupled instruments 5. Coordinated development, training, events and quality assessment
  23. 23. www.e-rihs.eu Acknowledgement Demetrios Anglos, Piero Baglioni, Loïc Bertrand, Emilio Cano, Marta Castillejo, Bénédicte Charbonnel, Serge Cohen, Cynthia Colmellere, José Delgado Rodrigues, Sophie David, Hilde De Clercq, Miloš Drdácký, Ornella Giacomo, Denis Girou, Martina Griesser, Sorin Hermon, Hans Huisman, Ineke Joosten, Zsolt Kasztovszky, Imre Kovács, Mathieu Lebon, Aline Magnien, María Martín Gil, Costanza Miliani, João-Manuel Mimoso, Roland May, Michel Menu, Isabelle Pallot- Frossard, Rémi Petitcol, Luca Pezzati, Marie Puren, Solenn Reguer, Laurent Romary, Véronique Rouchon, Mohamed Sahnouni, Philippe Sciau, Sebastian Schoeder, Roberto Scopigno, Marika Spring, Jana Striova, Matija Strlic, Piotr Targowski, Mary Teehan, Mathieu Thoury, Livius Trache, Robert van Langh, Jan van ’t Hof, Patricia Wills, Séverine Zirah…
  24. 24. The project E-RIHS PP received funding from the European Union programme H2020- INFRADEV-02-2016 Grant Agreement n.739503 E-RIHS was officially adopted by the ESFRI roadmap in December 2016 website www.e-rihs.eu email co@e-rihs.eu contact Loïc Bertrand Thank you for your attention!
  25. 25. Engagement Benefiting from the public dimension of heritage institutions Heritage is by definition in the community and accessible to the community Enhancing the way citizens access and interact with heritage Interaction with the creative industries
  26. 26. Innovation Developing E-RIHS and the study of heritage New instruments, digital tools and methodologies Imaging, hybridization, multimodality and data fusion Stimulation of innovation by taking into account the constraints of each discipline
  27. 27. Ethics Encouraging ethically and socially responsible heritage research Highest standards of ethical conducts A direct practical implication of working on heritage Equal opportunities and recognition of the value of diversity
  28. 28. Quality Ensuring the best possible user experience Application to all infrastructure activities A quality system based on measurable performance indicators Evaluation of the satisfaction of teams

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