ABSTRACT

The scientific and technological advances that influence the protection of cultural heritage are developing at an ever-increasing pace. Systems to explore, research and analyse their materiality, to control the different scopes, or to represent and model them have reached an unprecedented dimension in recent decades. The Network of Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage aims to promote collaboration between the agents of these systems, in order to facilitate the sharing of experiences and to foster technology transfer, with the common goal of contributing to the conservation of Cultural Heritage.

In the context of the TechnoHeritage Network, the fourth edition of the International Congress on Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage was held March 26-30, 2019, in Seville, Spain. This Congress was an international meeting of researchers and specialists from multiple areas, whose line of work is the knowledge and conservation of Cultural Heritage. Among all the topics discussed, the role and impact of digital technologies for the knowledge, maintenance, management and dissemination of cultural heritage should be highlighted. Digital media modify the way of understanding this heritage, of perceiving it and transmitting it, and offer a new horizon of strategies to make decision-making more sustainable over time.

part |2 pages

Plenary lectures

chapter |7 pages

Laser remote and in situ spectroscopic diagnostics to CH surfaces

ByR. Fantoni, L. Caneve, F. Colao, M. Ferri De Collibus, M. Francucci, M. Guarneri, V. Spizzichino, O. Santorelli

part |2 pages

Development of new digital graphic instruments such as BIM, GIS and others, for knowledge, analysis, protection and conservation of Cultural Heritage

chapter |5 pages

Landscape indicators overview and data model proposal for a GIS-based heritage management system

ByM. López Sánchez, A. Tejedor Cabrera, M. Linares Gómez del Pulgar

chapter |5 pages

Comparison of image techniques for the detection of graffiti in the cloister of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla (Spain)

ByJ.M. Valle Melón, Á. Rodríguez Miranda, G. Elorriaga Aguirre, J. Korro Bañuelos, M.B. Arrúe Ugarte, Á. Marchante Ortega

chapter |5 pages

BIM-GIS interoperability applied to architectonic heritage: 2D and 3D digital models for the study of the ancient church of Santa Lucía in Seville (Spain).

ByE.J. Mascort-Albea*, A. Jaramillo-Morilla*, R. Romero-Hernández*, F.M. Hidalgo-Sánchez*

chapter |5 pages

Augmented reality and gigapixel image technologies: Two case of study of Andalusian Barroc artifacts

ByM.J. González-López, B. Prado-Campos, B. Domínguez-Gómez

chapter |7 pages

Key aspects regarding BIM for historical architecture. The church of San Cebrián de Mazote

ByR. Martín Talaverano, J.I. Murillo-Fragero, M.A. Utrero-Agudo

chapter |5 pages

Protection of the architectural heritage in the agricultural landscapes. Application of GIS and BIM in oil mills of Écija

ByJ. Moya-Muñoz, A. González-Serrano, R. Rodríguez-García

chapter |5 pages

BIM prheritage construction site simulation on complex buildings: Coordination and safety management

ByC. Cioni*, M. Di Sivo, M. Martino, Ma R. Chaza Chimeno, J.M. Macías-Bernal

chapter |5 pages

Urban vulnerability assessment as a monitoring tool for cultural heritage preservation. Medium-sized cities in Andalusia

ByD. Navas-Carrillo, B. Del Espino Hidalgo, J.A. Rodríguez-Lora, M.T. Pérez Cano

chapter |5 pages

Methodological framework to assess military rammed-earth walls. The case of Seville city ramparts

ByJ. Canivell*, A. Jaramillo-Morilla*, E.J. Mascort-Albea*, R. Romero-Hernández*

chapter |4 pages

GIS as a tool for effective preventive conservation: Its utility in studies of conventual outdoor spaces

ByM. Molina-Liñán, C. López-Bravo, F.J. Ostos-Prieto

chapter |6 pages

Graphic instruments for visualizing hypotheses

ByD. Lengyel, C. Toulouse

chapter |7 pages

Dynamic identification for structural analysis of Santa Ana church in Seville

ByJ. Aguilar Valseca, M.T. Rodriguez-Leon, P. Pachon Garcia, E. Vazquez Vicente, V. Compan Cardiel

chapter |5 pages

Fusion of 3D digitization technologies for the virtual exploration of re-covered archaeological remains

ByE. Pérez, P. Merchán, M.J. Merchán, S. Salamanca

part |2 pages

Management and sustainability of the Cultural Heritage information. Social value, policies and applications about standardization and protocols

chapter |5 pages

Preventive conservation of built cultural heritage in Southwestern Europe: HeritageCare

ByM. García-Casasola Gómez, B. Castellano Bravo, B. Del Espino Hidalgo, M. López-Marcos, R. Fernández-Baca Casares

chapter |4 pages

SILKNOW. Designing a thesaurus about historical silk for small and medium-sized textile museums

ByA. Léon, M. Gaitán, J. Sebastián, E. Alba Pagán, I. Insa

chapter |5 pages

Protocol for cataloguing earthen defensive architecture from the perspective of risk

ByM.L. Gutiérrez-Carrillo, I. Bestué Cardiel, E. Molero Melgarejo, J.J. Fondevilla Aparicio

chapter |4 pages

Testing the HeritageCare methodology for preventive conservation of built cultural heritage in Southwestern Europe: Case studies in Andalusia for service level 1

ByB. Castellano Bravo, A. Mayoral Moratilla, A. Bouzas Abad, J.L. Gómez Villa, B. Del Espino Hidalgo, M. López-Marcos, M. García-Casasola Gómez

chapter |5 pages

Between two worlds: Colors and techniques of the mural paintings preserved in a colonial house in Chajul (El Quiche department, Guatemala)

ByM.L. Vázquez de Ágredos-Pascual, C. Vidal Lorenzo, K. Radnicka, J. Źrałka, J.L. Velásquez

chapter |6 pages

Coloring materials and technical recipes in the mural paintings of the Hermitage of “Mas de Tous” (La Pobla de Vallbona, Valencia). Physicochemical and cultural study

ByE. Alba Pagán, M.L. Vázquez de Ágredos-Pascual, L. Rojo Iranzo, L. Arbolí Valls, M. Navarro Font

chapter |4 pages

Social opinion of monuments vulnerability in historical cities

ByJ. Benítez, A. Tirado-Hernández, R. Ortiz, M. Moreno, P. Ortiz, I. Turbay, M.A. Garrido-Vizuete

part |2 pages

Risk Assessment and monitoring of Cultural Heritage (Pollution, Climate Change, Natural Events, Microclimate)

part |2 pages

New technologies, products and materials for conservation and maintenance of Cultural Heritage

chapter |5 pages

Artificial intelligence applied to the preventive conservation of heritage buildings

ByA.J. Prieto, R. Ortiz, J.M. Macías-Bernal, M.J. Chávez, P. Ortiz

chapter |5 pages

The mechanical lamination of paper documents: A new review of the roller press and the hot vacuum press

ByL.Campins Fernández, T. Espejo Arias, M.R. Blanc García, L.Crespo Arcá, N.Gómez Hernández

chapter |3 pages

Morphology virtual reconstruction Reinaissance altarpiece from Antequera (Andalusian)

ByB. Prado-Campos, A.J. Sánchez Fernández

chapter |5 pages

Characterization of glass tesserae from the Mosque of Cordoba

ByA. Gomez-Moron, N. Schibille, L.C. Alves, A. Bouzas Abad, P. Ortiz, M. Vilarigues, T. Palomar

chapter |5 pages

The Mudejar tower of the church “Sta. Mª de la Encarnación”, Constantina (Seville). State of conservation and materials characterization

ByF.J. Alejandre Sánchez, F.J. Blasco López, V. Flores Alés, J.J. Martín del Río, M. Torres González, A.J. Correa

chapter |4 pages

A study of the durability of the inks serving to print contemporary graphic artwork

ByB. Sánchez-Marín, D. Campillo-García, T. Espejo-Arias, A. López-Montes, M.R. Blanc García

chapter |5 pages

Durability and stability study of Debitus grisailles

ByC. Machado, M. Vilarigues, T. Palomar

chapter |6 pages

Removing insoluble salts from archaeological ceramics. Traditional methods under review

ByÁ. Sáenz-Martínez, M. San Andrés, M. Álvarez de Buergo, I. Blasco, R. Fort

chapter |5 pages

Development and optimization of an HPLC-DAD Q-TOF method for proteins identification in cultural goods

ByJ. Romero Pastor, C. Imaz Villar, M. García Rodríguez, E. Parra, M. Martín Gil

chapter |4 pages

Development of restoration mortars to improve functionality at low temperatures

ByL. Valdeón-Menéndez, A. Rojo-Álvarez, F.J. Mateos-Redondo, J. Castro Bárcena

chapter |5 pages

Electrochemical and microstructural study of La-based protective coatings on metal substrates

ByA. Doménech-Carbó, J. Peña-Poza, F. Agua, M. García-Heras, M.A. Villegas

chapter |5 pages

Evaluation of silver nanoparticles effectiveness as biocide by multi-spectral imaging

ByJ. Becerra, A.P. Zaderenko, I. Karapanagiotis, P. Ortiz

chapter |5 pages

Study of solvents and their implication in the in-depth penetration of nanolimes in different limestones

ByJ. Becerra, T. Núñez, P. Ortiz, A.P. Zaderenko

chapter |7 pages

Supports used for mounting of large format photograph and digital prints. Analytical and structural characterization

ByE. Navarro, M.San Andrés, L. Castelo, R. Chércoles, J.M. de la Roja

chapter |4 pages

The use of Nanorestore Gel® in the cleaning treatments of easel paintings

ByC. Pernía Escobar, J.M. de la Roja, M. San Andrés

chapter |5 pages

Non-destructive techniques applied to in situ study of Maqsura at Cordoba cathedral (Spain)

ByA. Gómez-Moron, P. Ortiz, R. Ortiz, J. Becerra, R. Gómez-Cañada, R. Radvan, A. Chelmus, L. Ratoiu, L. Ghervase, I.M. Cortea, C. Constantin, L. Angheluta

chapter |5 pages

In situ study by XRF and LDV of mural paintings in Magdalena church (Seville, Spain)

ByA. Tirado-Hernández, J. Becerra, R. Ortiz, P. Ortiz, A. Gómez-Morón, L. Ghervase, I. Cortea, A. Chelmus, R. Radvan

chapter |5 pages

Non-destructive techniques applied to the study and diagnosis of ceramic and glazed terracotta tombs in Omnium Sanctorum church (Seville, Spain)

ByA. Tirado-Hernández, J. Becerra, R. Ortiz, P. Ortiz, A. Gomez-Moron, L. Ghervase, I. Cortea, L. Angheluta, R. Radvan

chapter |5 pages

In situ application of a consolidant on the Roman theatre of Cádiz

ByG.M.C. Gemelli, M.J. Mosquera, M. Galán, A. Pelaez, J.M. Perez, M.L.A. Gil Montero*

chapter |5 pages

Rain simulation device to test durability of building materials

ByM.L.A. Gil, L.A.M. Carrascosa, A. Gonzalez, M.J. Mosquera, M. Galán, A. Morgado-Estevez, J. Vilaverde-Ramallo, M. Palomo-Duarte

chapter |5 pages

Evaluation of cleaning, consolidation and adhesion processes of the Portada dels Apóstols

ByD. Juanes, G. Contreras, M. Domenech, L. Ferrazza, M.T. Pastor

chapter |5 pages

Evaluation of the penetration depth of nano-biocide treatments by LIBS

ByJ. Becerra, M.P. Mateo, G. Nicolás, P. Ortiz

part |2 pages

Vulnerability assessment: Agents and Mechanisms of Decay (Physical, Chemical and Biological)

chapter |5 pages

Modelling of the conservation state of gypsum-based plasters in the Real Alcazar of Seville

ByA. Silva, M.T. Freire, F.J. Blasco-López, F.J. Alejandre Sánchez, V. Flores Ales, A. Calero

chapter |5 pages

Revealing Mariano Fortuny and Madrazo’s technologies and materials. Identification of risk factors for conservation

ByE. Parra, M. Martin Gil, M.A. García, C. Ímaz, M. Bueso, E. Galiana, A. Albar, Á. Arteaga, E. García, J.A. Herráez, D. Durán, J.V. Navarro, S. Marras, A. González, L. Llorente, G. de Osma, A. Roquero

chapter |5 pages

Chemical and morphological decay in maize stem sculptures

ByA.A. Ortega-Ordaz, E. Sánchez-Rodríguez, L. Rojas-Abarca, J.E. Bojórquez-Quintal, A. Ku-González, C.I. Cruz-Cárdenas, D.I. Quintero-Balbás

chapter |5 pages

Interaction of heritage pigments with volatile organic compounds (VOCs). A laboratory study

ByO. Vilanova, B. Sanchez, M.C. Canela

chapter |4 pages

Vulnerability of the Tomás Terry theater (Cienfuegos, Cuba)

ByD. Abreu, B. Rodríguez, A. Cepero, P. Ortiz, R. Ortiz

chapter |5 pages

Vulnerability analysis of three domes and a corridor at National Schools of Arts (Cubanacan, La Habana, Cuba)

ByB. Rodriguez, A. Cepero, D. Abreu, P. Ortiz, R. Ortiz, J. Becerra

chapter |5 pages

Indicators, sustainability and vulnerability in the diagnosis of historical cities

ByJ. Benítez, R. Ortiz, P. Ortiz

chapter |5 pages

Interlaboratory experience to evaluate the vulnerability of churches in Seville (Spain)

ByA. Tirado-Hernández, R. Ortiz, P. Ortiz, J. Becerra, R. Radvan, A. Chelmus, L. Ratoiu