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Science for All "Notre-Dame de Paris: from burning cathedral to research object

Cultural, Conference in Biot
  • Martine Regert is Director of Research at the CNRS at CEPAM (Laboratoire Cultures et Environnements. Prehistory, Antiquity, Middle Ages, CNRS-University Côte d'Azur) which she directed from 2012 to 2017.

  • Notre-Dame de Paris - from burning cathedral to research object
    From the day after the fire that struck the cathedral on 15 April 2019, many scientists mobilised to take action to collect, safeguard and study the scientific information contained in the remains of the injured monument. The research focuses on the materiality of the monument but also on its immaterial aspects, whether they relate to heritage emotion, questions of acoustics and soundscapes or the construction of an augmented...
    Notre-Dame de Paris - from burning cathedral to research object
    From the day after the fire that struck the cathedral on 15 April 2019, many scientists mobilised to take action to collect, safeguard and study the scientific information contained in the remains of the injured monument. The research focuses on the materiality of the monument but also on its immaterial aspects, whether they relate to heritage emotion, questions of acoustics and soundscapes or the construction of an augmented digital double of the cathedral.
    During this conference, we will share with you an exceptional scientific and human adventure that currently brings together 200 scientists from 50 laboratories working in diverse and complementary disciplinary fields (history, art history, acoustics, materials science, anthropology, etc.).
    We will detail the challenges of current research on Notre-Dame de Paris, we will emphasise the importance of the remains collected, inventoried, stored and studied following the fire, we will discuss the constraints specific to this type of research and present the first results obtained.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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  • On March 30, 2023 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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