P.E. Ahlberg A lost world in sausage-shaped packages: synchrotron microtomography of fossil droppings as a tool for investigating ancient ecosystems
M. Beltran Colour Enamels in the Modernist Catalan stained glasses from Barcelona
J. Briffa Automated Segmentation of Microtomography Imaging Using Machine Learning
F. Broers 3D Visualization of the Effect of Light Aging on Orpiment Pigment Particles
J. Brusuelas Visibility Enhancement of Heritage Materials Through Deep Learning
E. Chalmin Shed light on the schematic paintings of Savoy : the use of µXRD to understand the painted wall
M.C. Gamberini Structural and spectroscopic analyses of ancient black pigments from Roman archaeological sites
R. Georgiou X-ray Raman scattering: A hard x-ray probe for the study of cultural and natural heritage
M.M. Ilmi Burning before painting: Synchrotron Radiation X-ray and Micro-XRF based Characterisation of rock art pigments from Karim Cave, Sangkulirang-Mangkalihat site, East Borneo, Indonesia
L.X. Li Retrieval of the lost literature from the Herculaneum Papyri with the X-ray Fluorescence Microscopy
H.E. Mahnke & V. Lepper Elephantine: Challenges and first results on papyrus research
E. Schofield The criticality of synchrotron techniques in developing new conservation strategies to characterise and stabilise marine archaeological artefacts
E. Tereschenko Complementary use of SR and neutrons for heritage study at NRC "Kurchatov institute"
D. Voeten Synchrotron X-ray imaging enables 3D quantification of bone microstructures across fossil and modern bird-line archosaurs