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  The Co-organizers list is provisional and updated on April 18th, 2019. Others Co-organizers will be added, accordingly to the progress of event organization.

Nanotechnologies and nanomaterials for cultural heritage

 

WS.IV

 

Nanotechnologies and nanomaterials for cultural heritage

 

June 14

 

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Roberta FANTONI, ENEA
Maria Laura SANTARELLI, Sapienza University of Rome
Maria Sabrina SARTO, Sapienza University of Rome

 
 organized by
Adamo SISMI
ADAMO is a Research Project about Technologies of Analysis, Diagnostics and Monitoring for the preservation and restoration of Cultural Heritage, in the Center of Excellence of the District of Technologies for Culture of Lazio Region. The project has objectives to promote Technology transfer in the context of analyses, diagnostics and environmental monitoring for Cultural Heritage, and to offer services to enterprises based on facilities offered by DTC partners (Research institutes and Universities). Demonstrations of the effectiveness of modern and tailored methodologies and instruments, operating either in laboratory or in situ are planned on selected case studies relevant to mobile and immobile CH. The development of prototypes and innovative products suitable for in situ use by the end user is pursued. To this respect the role played by nano-innovation is the subject of this session which, after a short introduction to the project, deals with applications of nanotechnologies to CH surfaces preservation, especially as far as the contrast to degradation due to climate, biological agents and pollution is concerned. Specific applications developed outside of the project are considered as well.
The SISMI project, according to the aims of the Centre of Excellence for the Latium DTC, promotes the use of innovative technologies, favouring their transfer and dissemination in favour of the multiple stakeholders involved in the improvement of the safety of Cultural Heritage. The reconstruction and seismic improvement are intended as a dynamic process of progressive reduction of risk. Physical structural and socio-economic elements collaborate to this purpose to guarantee the safety of Cultural Heritage, but also to promote innovative forms of development, enhancement and revitalization, and to increase the resilience of local communities. Especially, a specific topic of the project is for identifying innovative methodologies and new generation of materials for the restoration and recovery of historical materials and artifacts to improve the reconstruction and the performance after a heartquake or a catastrophic event.
 

14 June

09:00 - 10:30
Diagnostics and nanotechnologies for cultural heritage
WS.IV.1 - TT.IX.A
 In collaboration with: Centre of Excellence DTC Lazio
 SYNOPSIS
WS.IV.1.1
TT.IX.A.1
Roberta FANTONI
ENEA
ADAMO project within DTC focused on analysis, diagnostics and monitoring cultural heritage
WS.IV.1.2
TT.IX.A.2
Claudia PELOSI
University of Tuscia
Surface protection of the Sperone tuff of Villa Mondragone by nanostructured materials in the framework of ADAMO project
WS.IV.1.3
TT.IX.A.3
Laura BERTANI
ENEA
Nanocomposites effect on laser ablation rate of treated marble samples
WS.IV.1.4
TT.IX.A.4
Laura BRUNO
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Biodeterioration of stone monuments and remediation strategies
WS.IV.1.5
TT.IX.A.5
Antonella MACAGNANO
CNR-IIT, Roma
Hybrid devices based on nanostructured sensors for gas and VOCs monitoring
WS.IV.1.6
TT.IX.A.6
Javier BECERRA
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain
New nanomaterials for the conservation of historic limestone buildings
(in video-conference)
Chair: Roberta FANTONI, ENEA
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30
New Technologies for the safety and the reconstruction in seismic area
WS.IV.2 - TT.X.A
In collaboration with:  Centre of Excellence DTC Lazio
SYNOPSIS
WS.IV.2.1
TT.X.A.1
Maria Laura SANTARELLI
Sapienza University of Rome
SISMI Project – A multidisciplinary technology to improve the safety and the reconstruction in seismic areas
WS.IV.2.2
TT.X.A.2
Federica ANTONELLI
Tuscia University
Cellulose and lignin nano-based consolidant for waterlogged archaeological wood
WS.IV.2.3
TT.X.A.3
Chiara GIULIANI
CNR-ISMN, Roma
Smart materials for the corrosion inhibition of metal artefacts
WS.IV.2.4
TT.X.A.4
Barbara DE FILIPPO
IAC-CNR, Roma
Corrosion behavior of Cu-Zn-Al shape memory alloy in controlled environments
WS.IV.2.5
TT.X.A.5
Mohammad SHARBAF
Sapienza University of Rome
Application of Nano particles for the consolidation of historical gypsum decoration and artworks
WS.IV.2.6
TT.X.A.6
Chiara D'ERME
Sapienza University of Rome
Nanofibrillated cellulose as nano-reinforcement for cementitious composites
Chair: Maria Laura SANTARELLI, Sapienza University of Rome


updated to May 3rd, 2019



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INSTITUTIONAL PATRONAGES

 

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