TECHNART 2015 − Catania, April 27 - 30, 2015
- Francesca Casadio (Art Institute of Chicago, USA) - "Non-invasive analysis of modern and contemporary collections: paints, coatings and plastics”
- John Delaney (National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA) - "Visible and Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy of Paintings"
- Donatella Capitani (IMC-CNR, Italy) - "Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in cultural heritage: recent development”
- Ioanna Kakoulli (University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), USA) - "Photoluminescence and forensic detection of ancient pigments”
- Maria Joao Melo (New University of Lisbon, Portugal) - "Colour degradation in medieval manuscripts: a holistic and transdisciplinary approach"
- Marco Leona (Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA) - "Synthetic Dyes in the Woodblock Prints of the Meiji Japan"
- Martin Radtke (BAM, Germany) - "Analysis of ancient gold objects with SRXRF at the BAMline"
- Francesco Taccetti (INFN, Italy) - "The new IBA/XRF elemental imaging at LABEC"
- Paul Tafforeau (ESRF, France) - "Do not kill Schrödinger’s Cat! Synchrotron imaging for the non-destructive investigation of fossils"
- Piotr Targowski (N. Copernicus University, Torun, Poland) - "Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) – a novel tool for examination of artworks"
- Geert Van der Snickt (University of Antwerp, Belgium) - "MA-XRF scanning: a new and efficient analytical imaging technique for the characterization of stained-glass panels"
- Arie Wallert (Rijksmuseum, The Netherland) - "Examination of Stable Isotope Ratios: Consequences for Art History"