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Dr. Dan Boye

Davidson College
Professor of Physics
Davidson, NC
Dr. Dan Boye, Professor of Physics at Davidson College, has almost 30 years experience in physics research and education. Fundamental research areas include optical properties of insulating crystals, glasses and nano-materials doped with rare earth and transition metal ions, energy transfer, coherent transients. Applied research efforts include 2D and volumetric x-ray examination of art, archaeological artifacts among a wide range of other applications. He is a professional bass-baritone who has performed with orchestras and opera companies throughout the US. Dr. Boye is a member of the American Physical Society, the Optical Society of America, the American Society for Non-destructive Testing and AIC.
Tuesday, May 30
 

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Wednesday, May 31
 

9:00am CDT

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Break in the Exhibit Hall Riverside West Exhibit Hall 003. (Book and Paper) Cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils for coating of paper artefacts Riverside West Exhibit HallCamilla Camargos • Dr. João Figueiredo Junior • Dr. Fabiano Pereira 010. (Book and Paper) Towards Nondestructive Characterization of Black Drawing Media Riverside West Exhibit HallNathan Daly • Lynn Lee • Michelle Sullivan • Karen Trentelman 034. (Objects) NAGPRA and Conservation: Documenting Repatriation Materials from the Perspective of a Conservation Professional Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Elyse Canosa • Dr. Nancy Odegaard 035. (Objects) Between the ephemeral and the immortal: considerations about the process of conservation of Ticuna’s barkcloth. Riverside West Exhibit HallAna Carolina Delgado Vieira • Paula Aline Durães Almeida • Edson Tosta Matarezio Filho • Marcia de Almeida Rizzutto 036. (Objects) Conserving and Interpreting the mechanical Jacks from the Queen Anne’s Revenge Riverside West Exhibit HallArianna DiMucci 038. (Objects) Guns and Ships: Using Dry Ice Blasting in the Conservation of Cast Iron Riverside West Exhibit HallWilliam Hoffman • Laurie King 039. (Objects) What makes the white in white-on-red ware? A study of two white-on-red Etruscan pithoi. Riverside West Exhibit HallSara Levin • Lynn Lee • Jeffrey Maish 040. (Objects) Investigation of Gold Residues on Glazed Renaissance Sculpture: Gilding the Virtues Riverside West Exhibit HallAbigail Hykin • Catherine Mallinckrodt 043. (Objects) Exploring methods for determining the age of clock mainsprings Riverside West Exhibit HallMostyn Gale 051. (Paintings) Five van Goghs Riverside West Exhibit HallThomas Heller 054. (Research and Technical Studies) Blue Period? : Analysis muddies Tintoretto attribution and working practice Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Amanda J. Norbutus • Lourdes Nunez 057. (Research and Technical Studies) Improvements in 2D x-radiography and volumetric x-ray tomosynthesis Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Dan Boye 065. (Research and Technical Studies) Elucidating Daguerreotype Degradation Through Surface Species Formation Using Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy Riverside West Exhibit HallAndrea E. Schlather • Silvia Centeno 097. (Research and Technical Studies) Advances in State-of-the-Art in XRF Elemental Analysis for Art Conservation Riverside West Exhibit HallDr. Bruce Kaiser • Dr. Lee Drake 104. (Research & Technical Studies) The Use of CT Numbers to Quantitatively Classify Cultural Heritage Materials Riverside West Exhibit HallBrittany Dolph Dinneen • Dr. John A. Malko • Renee A. Stein

4:05pm CDT

 
Thursday, June 1
 

4:00pm CDT