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									9th Indoor Air quality meeting IAQ2010                                                                             21-23 April 2010



                                                    Scientific programme
   The IAQ2010 meeting will be held in Chalon-sur-Saône, France, April 21-23, 2010.

   The first day (21.04) is dedicated to the theme of the conference:
       Research projects carried out since 1990 on the monitoring and the mitigation of pollution inside heritage buildings
       (museums, archives, historic buildings…) have initiated strategies for the better preservation of artefacts in the long
       term. We would like to review how this knowledge is currently used by professionals working in the field. Are these
       strategies actually put in practise? If yes, what are the difficulties encountered? This theme will be covered particularly
       during the first day of the conference through case studies and field trips to cultural heritage sites (museums, city library,
       archives churches…) of Chalon-sur-Saône.

   The 2nd and 3rd day (22-23.04) will cover other topics:
      Analysis
      Interaction of air pollutants and objects
      Problems and applications in practice
      Preventive measures

   Most oral communications (40) are covering several topics. We have tried though to divide them in sessions under one
   (or two) major topic(s): in bold below with in brackets other topics mentioned within the abstracts.
       Topic 1 (3 sessions): Theme of the conference (& interaction of air pollutants and object, problems and applications in
           practice + preventive measures)
          Topic 2 (2 sessions): Analysis (& problems and applications in practice + preventive measures)
          Topic 3 (2 sessions): Interaction of air pollutants and object (& problems and applications in practice)
          Topic 4(2 sessions): Analysis and interaction of air pollutants and object (& problems and applications in
           practice + preventive measures)
          Topic 5 (1 session): Problems and applications in practice + preventive measures (& interaction of air
           pollutants and object)


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The table below gives an overview of the programme. The programme of the COST D42 meeting is in preparation.

                                    21.04.2009                                    22.04.2009            23.04.2009             24.04.2009
                                   Theme of the                                   Theme of the          Other topics         COST D42 meeting
                                    conference                                 conference + other
                                                                                     topics
            8.00 – 9.00            Registration &                                 Registration       Downloading of PP         9.00 – 10.00
                                 downloading of PP         8.00 – 9.00        & downloading of PP      presentations
                                   presentations                                 presentations
            9.00 – 9.20           Opening session                                                                             10.00 – 10.15
            9.20 – 10.40                                   9.00 – 10.20                                                     10.15 – 11.30 (4-5
         + 15 min. discussion   Topic 1 – session 1     + 15min. discussion   Topic 1 – session 3    Topic 3 – session 2            talks)
           10.55 – 11.25            Coffee break          10.35 – 11.05           Coffee break          Coffee break           11.30 – 12.00
           11.25 – 12.45                                  11.05 – 12.25                                                    12.00 – 13.00 (4 talks)
         + 15 min. discussion   Topic 1 – session 2     + 15min. discussion   Topic 2 – session 1    Topic 4 – session 1
           13.00 – 14.15               Lunch              12.40 – 14.10              Lunch                  Lunch             13.00 – 14.30
           14.30 – 16.00                                 14.10 – 15.30                                                      14.30 – 15.45 (4-5
                                Workshops at Chapel     +15min. discussion    Topic 2 – session 2    Topic 4 – session 2            talks)
                                 de la Colombière &       15.45 – 16.15           Coffee break          Coffee break           15.45 – 16.15
                                Niepce museum (see
           16.30 – 18.00                                  16.15 – 17.35                                                    16.15 – 17.30 (4 talks)
                                     files below)                             Topic 3 – session 1         Topic 5
                                                        + 15min. discussion                                                   + final discussion
               19.00            Reception at the City         19.30           Conference dinner at   Dinner with COST              18.00
                                        hall                                  Château de Gemolles    D42 participants


Speakers will be given 20 min. A 15min. discussion will follow each session.

Field trips are presented in separated files. Two sites have been chosen: the Niepce (or photography) museum &
Chapel de la Colombière. These field trips are organised as workshops with experts contributing to the general
discussion and a few participants attending (the number of participants is limited to 15 and 20max. (without the
experts)).

There is no poster session during the meeting but posters (currently around 20) will be presented in Marcel Sembat’s
hall on the 22-23 April. The participants will be given time during coffee and lunch breaks to have a look at them.

The programme of each session is detailed in the following pages.


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 Session 1                                                                                                                                    TOPIC 1
21.04 Main author(s)                           Institution                               Title
09.20- F. André                                City of Chalon-sur-Saône, Culture and     Preventive conservation and restoration; a technical and financial
09.30 Florence.André@chalonsursaone.fr         Heritage division, Chalon-sur-Saône, F    challenge for local authorities
        A-C. Besson, J. Barbarin and H.        Niepce Museum, Denon Museum,
09.30- Joannelle                               Public Library, Chalon-sur-Saône, F       The conservation of documents: a strategic objective
10.00 Documentation.NIEPCE@chalonsursa
        one.fr,
        juliette.barbarin@chalonsursaone.fr,
         Helene.Joannelle@chalonsursaone.fr
10.00-   E. François                           Municipal Archives, Chalon-sur-Saône,     A complex remodelling
10.20    Estelle.Francois@chalonsursaone.fr    F
         C. Morin-Dufoix                       Direction of heritage services for        Worship and conservation: a conflict of priorities.
10.20-   Christelle.Morin-                     Chalon sur Saône, Chalon-sur-Saône,       The example of the Chapel of the Dormition, Assumption and Glorification of the
10.40    Dufoix@chalonsursaone.fr              F                                         Virgin at St Vincent’s Cathedral, Chalon-sur-Saône

 Session 2
21.04 Main author(s)                           Institution                               Title
11.25- E. Dahlin et al.                        Norwegian Institute for Air Research,     Involvement of conservation professionals in an EU funded
11.45 emd@nilu.no                              Kjeller, NO                               project
        A. Jeberien et al.                     Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft     Implementing preventive measures in the development process
11.45- alexandra.jeberien@htw-berlin.de        Berlin, University of Applied Sciences,   of display cases for the Brandenburg State Museum of
12.05                                          Berlin, D                                 Archaeology
12.05-   G. Leijonhufvud and T. Broström       Gotland University, SE                    Managing environmental control in Gripsholm Castle – a study of
12.25    gustaf.leijonhufvud@hgo.se                                                      the decision process
         E. Spiegel and R. Drewello            Univ. of Bamberg, Inst. for               Pollution mitigation: the gap between research and application.
12.25-   elise.spiegel@uni-bamberg.de          Archaeology, Building and Heritage        An empirical study of the present situation and management of
12.45                                          Conservation, D                           indoor air pollution in German collections
 Session 3
22.04 Main author(s)                           Institution                               Title
09.00 T. Grøntoft                              Norwegian Institute for Air Research,     Modelling of air quality for paintings in microclimate frames and
  –     teg@nilu.no                            NILU, Kjeller, NO                         experiences of the Norwegian Institute for Air Research, NILU, in
09.20                                                                                    providing “air quality services for cultural heritage professionals”
09.20- J. Havermans                            TNO Built Environment and                 The Dutch Archival Act and harmonisation
09.40 John.Havermans@tno.nl                    Geosciences, Delft, NL
09.40- S. Lopez-Aparicio et al.                NILU – Norwegian Institute for Air        Air quality assessment in cultural heritage locations by dosimetry
10.00 sla@nilu.no                              Research, Kjeller, NO
        I. Spulber et al.                      Centre for Sustainable Heritage,
10.00- i.spulber@ucl.ac.uk                     University College London, The            ‘Heritage Intelligence’ – Environmental monitoring with wireless
10.20                                          Bartlett School of Graduate Studies,      intelligent sensor systems
                                               London, UK

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 Session 1                                                                                                                          TOPIC 2
22.04 Main author(s)                           Institution                              Title
        A. Schieweck and T. Salthammer         Fraunhofer Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut
11.05- alexandra.schieweck@wki.fraunhofer.de   WKI, Material Analysis and Indoor        Indoor air quality within museum showcases
11.25                                          Chemistry, Braunschweig, D
        M. Strlic                              Centre for Sustainable Heritage, The
11.25- m.strlic@ucl.ac.uk                      Bartlett School of Graduate Studies,     The scent of degradation: VOCs as a source of information
11.45                                          University College of London, London,
                                               UK
         O. Ramalho et al.                     Centre Scientifique et Technique du      Relationship between the emission of volatile organic compounds
11.45-   olivier.ramalho@cstb.fr               Bâtiment (CSTB), Marne-la-Vallée, F      from paper and cellulose degradation
12.05
         A. Lattuati-Derieux et al.            Centre de recherche sur la
12.05-   lattuati@mnhn.fr                      conservation des collections, Paris, F   Assessment of the degradation of polyurethane foams from
12.25                                                                                   contemporary art objects




 Session 2
22.04 Main author(s)                           Institution                              Title
        C. Gaüzere et al.                      Centre Scientifique et Technique du      Airborne microbiology in museum through molecular approach:
14.10- carole.gauzere@cstb.fr                  Bâtiment (CSTB), Marne-la-Vallée, F      preliminary study
14.30
        J. Smolik et al.                       Laboratory of Aerosol Chemistry and      Characterization of airborne particles in the Baroque hall of the
14.30- smolik@icpf.cas.cz                      Physics, Institute of Chemical Process   National Library in Prague
14.50                                          Fundamentals AS CR, Prague, CZ
         M. Fornaciari da Passano et al.       Department of Applied Biology,           The preventive conservation of cultural heritage in “indoor”
14.50-   mfdp@unipg.it                         University of Perugia, I                 environment: the biological pollutants monitoring potentially
15.10                                                                                   biodeteriogens
         Y. Joblin et al.                      Centre Scientifique et Technique du      Moulds detection by their volatile organics compounds: use for
15.10-   yael.joblin@cstb.fr                   Bâtiment (CSTB), Marne-la-Vallée, F      heritage conservation
15.30




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 Session 1                                                                                                                                   TOPIC 3
22.04 Main author(s)                               Institution                                Title
        D. Camuffo et al.                          Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche,
16.15- d.camuffo@isac.cnr.it                       Istituto di Scienze dell'Atmosfera e del   Thenardite-Mirabilite cycles in historical buildings
16.35                                              Clima, Padua, I
         L. Robinet et al.                         Synchrotron SOLEIL, IPANEMA, Gif-          The role of organic pollutants in the alteration of alkali silicate
16.35-   laurianne.robinet@synchrotron-soleil.fr   sur-Yvette, F                              glasses
16.55
16.55-   G. Di Pietro et al.                       Berner Fachhochschule, HKB, Bern,          Monitoring of indoor air pollution in the stacks of the Swiss
17.15    giovanna.dipietro@bfh.ch                  CH                                         National Library
17.15-   J. Thomas et al.                          National Museum in Krakow, PL              Characterisation of fading behaviour of coloured papers during
17.35    jacoblthomas@gmail.com                                                               simulated display in anoxia




 Session 2
23.04 Main author(s)                               Institution                                Title
09.00- J. Tétreault et al.                         Canadian Conservation Institute,           Carbonyl vapors and their impact on paper degradation
09.20 Jean.Tetreault@pch.gc.ca                     Ottawa, CA
        T-P. Nguyen et al.                         Bibliothèque nationale de France,          Volatile organic compounds in libraries atmosphere: effects on
09.20- thi-phuong.nguyen@bnf.fr                    Scientific and Technical Laboratory,       the written and printed cultural heritage
09.40                                              Paris, F
         A. Fenech et al.                          Centre for Sustainable Heritage,
09.40-   a.fenech@ucl.ac.uk                        University College London, The             Volatile aldehydes in libraries and archives
10.00                                              Bartlett School of Graduate Studies,
                                                   London, UK
         I. Kralj Cigić et al.                     University of Ljubljana, Faculty of
10.00-   Irena.Kralj-Cigic@fkkt.uni-lj.si          Chemistry and Chemical Technology,         Volatile organic compounds in books after mass deacidification
10.20                                              Ljubljana, SL




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 Session 1                                                                                                                        TOPIC 4
23.04 Main author(s)                          Institution                             Title
        M. Odlyha                             Thermal Methods and Conservation        Understanding microclimates in museums and their Impact on
11.05- m.odlyha@chemistry.bbk.ac.uk           Science, Birkbeck College, London, UK   heritage materials
11.25
        A. Cavicchioli et al.                 Escola de Artes, Ciências e             Preventive conservation of paintings in São Paulo (Brazil):
11.25- andrecav@usp.br                        Humanidades, University of São Paulo,   assessment of damage risk by piezoelectric dosimeters
11.45                                         BZ
         T. Prosek et al.                     Institut de la Corrosion, Brest, F      Survey on air quality control in cultural heritage institutions and
11.45-   tomas.prosek@institut-corrosion.fr                                           development of automated corrosion sensors for real time
12.05                                                                                 monitoring
         O. Abdel-Kareem                      Conservation Department, Faculty of     The factors deteriorating the historical textiles in museum of
12.05-   omaa67@yahoo.com                     Archaeology, Cairo University, EG       Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University and approaches for their
12.25                                                                                 prevention




 Session 2
23.04 Main author(s)                          Institution                             Title
        M. Ryhl-Svendsen                      National Museum of Denmark,
14.10- morten.ryhl-svendsen@natmus.dk         Lyngby, DK                              The generation of indoor air pollution from surface reactions
14.30
        F. Vichi and F. De Santis             CNR – Istituto Inquinamento             The assessment of air quality at the “Galleria dell’Accademia”,
14.30- vichi@iia.cnr.it                       Atmosferico, Roma, I                    Florence, Italy
14.50
14.50- L. De Santoli et al.                   Sapienza Università di Roma, I          Long term prediction of marble erosion for the conservation of
15.10 Livio.desantoli@uniroma1.it                                                     the statue of David of Michelangelo
        M. Sandberg et al.                    Dept. Technology and Built
15.10- mats.sandberg@hig.se                   Environment, University of Gävle, SE    Different finishes of plasters – Importance for particle deposition
15.30




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                                                                                                                                TOPIC 5
23.04    Main author(s)                     Institution                            Title
         F.G. France                        Preservation Research and Testing
16.15-   frfr@loc.gov                       Division, Library of Congress,         Assessing and monitoring visual storage environments
16.35                                       Washington, USA
         M-J. Guttmann et al.               ASTRA Museum, Sibiu, RO                Conservation design of a new storage building at ASTRA Museum
16.35-   marta.guttmann@muzeulastra.ro or                                          in Sibiu, Romania
16.55    guttmannmarta@gmail.com
         R. Alghazawi et al.                Leiden University, Faculty of          Indoor air quality survey in selected Jordanian museums,
16.55-   ghzawi@yahoo..com                  Archaeology, Leiden, NL                storages and archives
17.15
17.15-   M. Mattson et al.                  Dept. Technology and Built
17.35    magnus.mattsson@hig.se             Environment, University of Gävle, SE   Portable air cleaners in churches – efficiency and practicability




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