Thursday 16th February 2017 | 12-1pm | 54 Bell Street, Glasgow
Conservation scientist, Dr Maureen Young from Historic Environment Scotland, will join us to discuss her work using thermal imaging to identify problems with historic buildings. With a background in geology, Dr Young has been involved in built environment research since 1989. She is a trained thermographer and has been involved with a range of built environment research projects including building stone decay, damp problems, stone cleaning, biocide and conservation treatments. Her main activities currently include infrared thermal imaging, assessment of moisture problems and material characterisation including the use of X-ray fluorescence and X-ray diffraction analysis.
£10 per person, including lunch. £6 for students, bring your own lunch.
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