Claire Pacheco

(AGLAE, Louvre, France)

Position:

Surface analysis of Cultural Heritage objects at the New AGLAE facility

Categories: keynote@ICTF-2023

Short bio

Claire Pacheco defended a PhD in Physics of Archaeomaterials at Bordeaux University in 2007. Since 2011, she is in charge of the AGLAE facility, the unique large scale instrument totally dedicated to heritage science and in the framework of the CHARISMA European program, from 2012 to 2015, she was the leader of the FIXLAB platform, which gave transnational access to four large scale facilities (SOLEIL synchrotron, Budapest Neutron Center, ATOMKI ion beam facility in Debrecen, Hungary and the AGLAE facility).
She coordinated the New AGLAE EquipEx project (ANR-10-EQPX-22), aiming at upgrading and automating the beamline. The New facility was inaugurated in 2017 and she is now focusing on data processing and management, including the conception and development of specific and appropriate digital tools.