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Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Radiocarbon Dating for Heritage and Forensic Science


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Duration: 9 hours

Certificate available

The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive proficiency on Accelerator Mass spectrometry (AMS) radiocarbon dating technique and its applications in the field of Heritage and Forensic Sciences. This course will start with basics, progressing to more advanced considerations of the technique. This course is made of six modules and coversFundamentals in radiocarbon datingSample processing for radiocarbon datingAnalysis and interpretation of the radiocarbon dataRadiocarbon dating for forensics applicationsRadiocarbon dating for Heritage ScienceOverview of other dating methods, their applicability, and limitationsThis course is directed to young professionals, post-graduate and under-graduate students. The development of this course was supported by the IAEA Technical Cooperation Department through project RAS1021. Ms Claudette Maalouf, programme management officer is acknowledged.The IAEA scientific officers responsible for this e-learning course are Lena Bassel: L.Bassel@iaea.org and Aliz Simon: Aliz.Simon@iaea.org

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