séminaire IRAMAT-CRP2A du 12 avril 2018 : Nanomaterials for Cultural Heritagesle 12/04 à 15h30
Par Simona Raneri , chaire junior à l'université de Pise, département Sciences de la Terre, en charge du programme européen (Horizon 2020) NanoCathedral - Nanomaterials for conservation of European architectural heritage developed by research on characteristic lithotypes.
Nanomaterials for Cultural Heritages : conservation and protection of natural stones
The experience of Nanocathedral Project
Séminaire de recherche IRAMAT-CRP2A
Jeudi 12 avril 2018 à 15h30 salle ACH008 Archéométrie
Maison de l’Archéologie, Esplanade des Antilles – Université Bordeaux Montaigne
Dr. Simona Raneri is a Junior researcher at the University of Pisa (UNIPI) - Dept. of Earth Sciences), where she is involved in the EU Project Horizon 2020 NanoCathedral (Nanomaterials for conservation of European architectural heritage developed by research on characteristic lithotypes - http://www.nanocathedral.eu ; Grant agreement 646178). At the Dept. of Earth Sciences of UNIPI she served also as lecturer of Applied Mineralogy. She got her Ph.D. in Earth Science cum laude at the Dept. of Bio., Geo. and Env. Science of the University of Catania in 2016 (Italy); for her thesis work, she received a National Prize bestowed by the Italian Society of Mineralogy and Petrology (SIMP) for the best Doctoral thesis in material science disciplines in 2016. Her main activity is focused on natural stone characterization and efficacy evaluation of nano-structured protectives and consolidants.