All new techniques for conservation and diagnostics, free to read

Feb 7, 2023 | Art Word, Conferences, Publications, Restoration

The 3 volumes of the conference proceedings Florence Heritech 2022, “The Future of Heritage Science and Technologies: Design, Simulation and Monitoring, Materials Science and ICT and Digital Heritage” have been published.

The conference, held in Florence last spring, focused on the use of innovative technologies and methods for the analysis, management and conservation of cultural heritage.

The volume that presents all the works selected for the “Materials Science” section of Florence Heri-Tech is perhaps the most interesting when it comes to diagnostics and the development of new materials and methods for the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. The volume also covers new trends: biotechnology, nanotechnology, custom materials and physical technologies.

But there are also very interesting articles in the other two volumes such as:

Rygula, A. et al. (2023). Non-invasive Analysis of the Pigment Palette Used by the Renaissance Painter Sofonisba Anguissola. In: Furferi, R., Governi, L., Volpe, Y., Gherardini, F., Seymour, K. (eds) The Future of Heritage Science and Technologies. Florence Heri-Tech 2022. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Cham.

All volumes are published OPEN ACCESS, and can be downloaded directly from the publisher’s website

The Future of Heritage Science and Technologies: Materials Science | springer link

Emanuela Massa
Emanuela Massa