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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 13-14

 

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

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

 
 organized by
DTC Regione Lazio
CoE DTC Lazio is the Centre of Excellence of DTC Lazio, the Technological District for the new technologies applied to cultural heritage of Regione Lazio (https://dtclazio.it/). The CoE DTC Lazio was founded in July 2018 by Sapienza University of Rome, Tor Vergata University, University of Roma Tre, University of Cassino and Lazio Meridionale, Tuscia University, CNR, ENEA, INFN. It is a centre of aggregation and integration of technological skills applied to the conservation, enhancement and promotion of the historical-artistic and cultural heritage of the Lazio Region. Objectives of the DTC Lazio are: to connect and enhance the existing research, training and technology transfer skills in the network set up by the founding partners (five state universities and three major research institutions); to create and support qualification and specialization initiatives for students and professionals in the sector, through training and advanced training; to allow a qualitative leap in the growth of the entire regional sector of technologies for cultural assets and activities and contribute to the establishment in Lazio of a competitive centre of excellence at European and international level; to support the processes of networking technical-scientific, entrepreneurial and institutional resources, improving the overall effectiveness of investments in the sector.
CSGI
CSGI (Research Center for Colloid and Surface Science) is an Italian public research organization. The members of CSGI work in ten different Italian Universities on closely related scientific fields, concerning both fundamental and applied research. Fields of interest include: nanostructured and ultrafine materials, structure and dynamics of supramolecular assemblies, anophasic ternary oxides, structural analysis of biomolecules, formulation of nanophasic systems, innovative processes for the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage, bioelectronics and organic electronics
CSGI is a key international player in the realization of innovative systems and nanostructured formulations for the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage as highlighted by the international interest in CSGI methods by international scientific journals and reviews, as well as national and international press and media reports.
 

13 June

16:00 - 17:30
Innovative nanomaterials for cultural heritage
WS.IV.1 - TT.VIII.B
 In collaboration with: CSGI
 SYNOPSIS
WS.IV.1.1
TT.VIII.B.1

Gabriella DI CARLO
CNR-ISMN, Roma
Multifunctional materials based on chitosan for the chemisorption of degrading species in museum environments

WS.IV.1.2
TT.VIII.B.2

Gianfranco SABELLA & Nello VITULIANO
IONFLY s.r.l.
Plasma & Cultural Heritage: new materials made by plasma technologies

WS.IV.1.3
TT.VIII.B.3

Giovanna POGGI
CSGI
Strengthening and deacidification of paper: a single-step treatment based on nanoparticles and cellulose nanocrystals

WS.IV.1.4
TT.VIII.B.4

Claudia MAZZUCA
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Cellulose nanocrystals and paper artworks: a fruitful association

Chair: David CHELAZZI, CSGI

14 June

09:00 - 10:30
Diagnostics and nanotechnologies for cultural heritage
WS.IV.2 - TT.IX.A
 In collaboration with: Centre of Excellence DTC Lazio
 SYNOPSIS
WS.IV.2.1
TT.IX.A.1
Roberta FANTONI CV
ENEA
ADAMO project within DTC focused on analysis, diagnostics and monitoring cultural heritage
WS.IV.2.2
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.2.3
TT.IX.A.3
Laura BERTANI CV
ENEA
Nanocomposites effect on laser ablation rate of treated marble samples
WS.IV.2.4
TT.IX.A.4
Laura BRUNO CV
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Biodeterioration of stone monuments and remediation strategies
WS.IV.2.5
TT.IX.A.5
Antonella MACAGNANO CV
Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research (IIA), Rome
Hybrid devices based on nanostructured sensors for gas and VOCs monitoring
WS.IV.2.6
TT.IX.A.6
Javier BECERRA CV & Pilar ORTIZ
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain
New nanomaterials for the conservation of historic limestone buildings
(in video-conference)
Chair: Roberta FANTONI, ENEA
Co-Chair: Maria Sabrina SARTO, Sapienza University of Rome
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30
New Technologies for the safety and the reconstruction in seismic area
WS.IV.3 - TT.X.A
In collaboration with:  Centre of Excellence DTC Lazio
SYNOPSIS
WS.IV.3.1
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.3.2
TT.X.A.2
Federica ANTONELLI CV
Tuscia University
Cellulose and lignin nano-based consolidant for waterlogged archaeological wood
WS.IV.3.3
TT.X.A.3
Chiara GIULIANI  CV
CNR-ISMN, Roma
Smart materials for the corrosion inhibition of metal artefacts
WS.IV.3.4
TT.X.A.4
Barbara DE FILIPPO CV
IAC-CNR, Roma
Corrosion behavior of Cu-Zn-Al shape memory alloy in controlled environments
WS.IV.3.5
TT.X.A.5
Mohammad SHARBAF CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Application of Nano particles for the consolidation of historical gypsum decoration and artworks
WS.IV.3.6
TT.X.A.6
Chiara D'ERME CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Nanofibrillated cellulose as nano-reinforcement for cementitious composites
Chair: Maria Laura SANTARELLI, Sapienza University of Rome


updated to June 4th, 2019



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