UNESCO/JSA 13th - 14th December, 2004

Provisional 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. Bun Narith, Director General, APSARA Authority
14:20@Opening Statement Mr. Gadi Mgomezulu, Director, Cultural Heritage Division, UNESCO
14:30@General Introduction Mr. 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)

14:40-14:55 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)

9:30-10:00 Conservation activities of APSARA during the year 2004,
by HE Mr. Ros Borath, Deputy Director General, Department of Monument and Archaeology, APSARA Authority

10:00-10:20 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

10:20-10:40 The Water Management System of Angkor: results of the Greater Angkor Project 2002-2004,
by Prof. Roland Fletcher, Department of Archaeology University of Sydney

10:40-11:00 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

11:00-11:20 Typology of ancient Southeast Asian Cities,
- by H.E.Mr.Vann Molyvann, High Privy Counselor of His Majesty of the King

11:20-11:40 Discussion on Session II

11:40 Lunch break

Session III: International Case Study

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

14:00-14:20 Restoration of Basilica of St Francesco of Assisi
- by Dr Giorgio Croci, Chairman of the Committee Stability of Structures, ICOMOS

14:20-14:40Conservation of World Heritage Monuments in Sri Lanka
- by Dr Roland Silva, former ICOMOS President

14:40-15:00 Discussion on Session III

15:00-15:20 Tea Break

15:20-15:40 Final Recommendations by Dr Azedine Beschaouch, Permanent Secretary of ICC for Angkor

15:40-15:50 Final Speech by H.E. Mr. Bun Narith, Director General, APSARA Authority

15:50-16:00 Final Speech by Prof. Takeshi Nakagawa, Director General of JSA

Working Language: English/French