CHANGE presentation during Electronic Imaging Symposium 2023 CHANGE Early Stage Researcher Sunita Saha is currently attending the Electronic Imaging Symposium 2023 in San Francisco, US, where she has presented her work on Appearance segmentation and documentation applied to cultural heritage surfaces.
NO CHANGE visited MUNCH The dissemination tour of Norway continues for the Research Council of Norway funded project NO CHANGE. 29th of November 2022, the MUNCH museum in Oslo (Norway) hosted the NO CHANGE event, where CHANGE Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and CHANGE supervisors introduced their research to the audience consisting of representatives from the […]
CHANGE presentation at the ICON-CC Glass & Ceramics 6th Interim Meeting 2022 During the ICON-CC Glass & Ceramics 6th Interim Meeting 2022, Conservation Scientist Tiziana Lombardo presented the results of the CHANGE PhD student Deepshikha Sharma’s work. The results presented in the conference concerned artificially corroded model glass and investigated with several techniques including Raman, […]
NO CHANGE visiting Stavanger The Norwegian network of CHANGE continues the tour of Norway. In October 2022, the University Museum of Stavanger hosted the group from CHANGE where some of the PhD fellows of CHANGE presented their research to the museum sector. The PhD fellows from CHANGE presenting was Yoko Arteaga who presented her work […]
Join us for Archiving 2023! We are pleased to announce that CHANGE is one of the partners of the Archiving 2023 conference! Join us in Oslo, Norway, June 19-23, 2023 to learn more about the final research results of CHANGE. For more information about the conference, see the conference website.
Image: At Silvia Russo’s defence First PhD defense of CHANGE! Silvia Russo has defended her Phd! Congratulations, Dr. Silvia Russo! Friday 25th of November 2022, Silvia Russo invited for her public presentation of her PhD work, for both in-person and online attendees. Her work titled “Analysis and assessment of degradation of polychrome metal artefacts” had […]
This summer, PhD fellow Alessandra Marrocchesi presented her work on low-budget portable device for technical imaging of cultural heritage artifacts to the Netherlands Institute for Conservation+Art+Science+ (NICAS) colloquium. This presentation is shared on YouTube and you can watch it here.
Videos added to our YouTube channel Several of the CHANGE PhD fellows have made short videos about their projects. Watch them all on the CHANGE YouTube channel.
Photos: Visitors of different age groups examining the object’s perception. (Photo cred: Amalia Siatou) How do visitors perceive the appearance of silver museum objects? When exposed to the atmosphere silver interacts with sulfur creating a uniform and stable layer of corrosion called tarnish. Tarnishing is a slow process that creates alterations to the color appearance […]
Photos: Ramamoorthy Luxman are working on the robot arm during the training school in France (Photo cred: Alexis Komenda) CHANGE School France The event had been postponed several times due to Covid-19, but now it was finally time for the ESRs to visit the University of Burgundy Franche-Comté (UBFC) and the Center for Research and […]