UNESCO/JSA 13th - 14th December, 2004

Agenda of the 9th Bayon Symposium

13th December 2004 (PM)

Opening Session
14:00@Opening Statement Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Director General of JSA
14:10@Opening Statement H.E. Mr. Seung Kong, Deputy Director General, APSARA Authority
14:20@Opening Statement Mr. Gadi Mgomezulu, Director, Cultural Heritage Division, UNESCO
14:30@General Introduction Dr. Azedine Beschaouch, Permanent Secretary of ICC for Angkor

Session I: Prospects for the Conservation of Bayon Temple ,
Bayon Masterplan and Bayon Charter,
Activities of JSA

(Chairperson & Moderator Dr. Azedine Beschaouch)

14:40-15:00 Introduction and Prospects for the Conservation of Bayon Temple,
- by Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Director General of JSA

15:00-15:20 Progress of the Bayon Master Plan & Bayon Charter,
- by Ms. Chinami Eguchi, Architecture-City Planning Unit, JSA

15:20-15:50 Fundamental Ideas for the Restoration of the Central Tower of Bayon,
- by Dr. Yoshinori Iwasaki, Geotechnology-Geology-Environment Unit, JSA

15:50-16:05Tea Break

16:05-16:30 Fundamental Ideas for the Restoration of the Bas-Relief of Bayon,
- by Mr. Yasushi Akazawa, Director of JSA Siem Reap Office

16:30-16:50 Fundamental Ideas for the Restoration of Bayon Southern Library,
- by Mr. Him Dara, Conservation & Restoration Expert of JSA

16:50-17:20 Discussion of Session I

17:20-17:30 Recommendation for the Conservation & Restoration of the Bayon Temple,
- by Dr. Azedine Beschaouch, Permanent Secretary of ICC for Angkor


14th December 2004

Session II: Research & Conservation Activities in Angkor

(Chairperson Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Moderator Dr. Azedine Beschaouch)

9:20-9:50 Conservation activities of APSARA during the year 2004,
- by H.E. Mr. Ros Borath, Deputy Director General, Department of Monument and Archaeology, APSARA Authority

9:50-10:20 Joint Research for Conservation of Ta Nei between APSARA and National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo - Preliminary Report of Experiments on Stone Cleaning,
- by Mr. Masahiko Tomoda, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo

10:20-10:50 The Water Management System of Angkor: results of the Greater Angkor Project 2002-2004,
-by Prof. Roland Fletcher, Department of Archaeology University of Sydney

10:50-11:10 Tea Break

11:10-11:30 Application of nuclear analytical techniques in research and conservation of the Angkor monuments,
- by Dr. Jan Kucera and Dr. Karel Kranda, Nuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of Science in Prague

11:30-12:00 Research on the biology on Angkor Wat,
- by Dr. Thomas Warscheid, German Apsara Conservation Project

12:00-12:30 Discussion on Session II

12:30 Lunch break

Session III: International Case Study

(Chairperson Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Moderator Dr. Azedine Beschaouch)

14:30-14:45 Typology of ancient Southeast Asian Cities,
- by H.E.Mr.Vann Molyvann, High Privy Counselor of His Majesty of the King

14:45-15:00 Restoration of Basilica of St Francesco of Assisi,
- by Dr. Giorgio Croci, Chairman of the Committee Stability of Structures, ICOMOS

15:00-15:15Conservation of World Heritage Monuments in Sri Lanka,
- by Prof. Dr. Roland Silva, Honorary Chairman of ICOMOS

15:15-15:30 Discussion on Session III

15:30-15:45 Tea Break

15:45-16:10 Final Recommendations by Dr.Azedine Beschaouch, Permanent Secretary of ICC for Angkor

16:10-16:20 Final Speech by H.E. Mr. Seung Kong, Deputy Director General of APSARA Authority

16:20-16:30 Final Speech by Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Director General of JSA

Working Language: English/French