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The 2009′International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics Successfully Held in Beijing

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   On March 25-27, 2009, the 2009′International Symposium on Ancient Ceramics (ISAC′2009) was held at the Palace Museum, Beijing. The conference was approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology, co-sponsored by Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Palace Museum. More than 130 experts from different countries and districts including Australia, Cambodia, Chinese Hong Kong, India, Japan, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States and China took part in this conference and exchanged their latest research achievements.

   The symposium was proved to be effective and successful for worldwide discussion and exchange of research findings in different fields of ancient ceramics including scientific and technological research, archaeology, trade, art and crafts, dating and measuring methods. Five researchers from Shanghai Institute of Ceramics gave oral presentations. Professor Hongjie Luo introduced the ancient ceramics research center in Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, professor Weidong Li gave the report titled “Studies on sherds excavated from Laohudong kiln site at the foot of Fenghuangshan hill in Hangzhou”, and other three researchers made presentations relevant to silicate-based cultural heritage study and conservation.

   By the platform of this international symposium, the most recent progress of ancient ceramics was exchanged and the domestic and international academic interchange was promoted, which will push forward the further development of scientific research on ancient ceramics.




 
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