Scientific responsibility :
- Lucile Beck
- Agnès Lattuati-Derieux
Methodological axes :
To mark its 20th anniversary, the LMC14 is organizing a scientific meeting on 21 and 22 November 2023, inviting, for the first time, users of the ARTEMIS national platform to present their work using carbon 14 dating. They will be held on the Saclay plateau, in the DIGITEO-Labs building.
Since its creation, the LMC14 has carried out more than 70,000 measurements.The organizers would like to give the floor to scientists from the LMC14’s supervisory bodies (CEA, CNRS, IRD, IRSN and the French Ministry of Culture), whose applications cover a wide range of scientific fields including environmental sciences, radiological monitoring and cultural heritage. Since 2004, about 20,000 carbon-14 dates from ARTEMIS have been dedicated to archaeology, museum collections, and artistic or construction materials. The organizers are hoping for around thirty oral presentations, half of which will focus on DIM themes. There will also be a poster session. To encourage participation, registration is free.