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Chairman of Scientific Committee
Prof. Richard G. Brereton

 Chairman. Richard Brereton is Professor of Chemometrics and Director of the Centre for Chemometrics in Bristol (UK). He obtained his BA, MA and PhD from the University of Cambridge (UK). He is Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a Chartered Chemist, Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. He was awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2006 Theophilus Redwood lectureship. He is author of the book Chemometrics: Data Analysis for the Laboratory and Chemical Plant (Wiley 2003), and author Applied Chemometrics for Scientists (Wiley 2007), and was fortnightly Feature Writer in Chemometrics for the Alchemist and Associate Editor of Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems. He is Chemometrics editor for Chemistry Central Journal. He has published more then 300 articles, 15 book chapters and 6 edited/authored books. He has given 143 invited lectures in 24 countries worldwide, supervised 117 coworkers in Bristol and acted as referee for over 40 journals.
 His current research interests include pattern recognition in forensics, biology, pharmaceuticals, medicine, environment and plastics using data obtained from chromatography, thermal analysis, acoustic spectroscopy, NMR and mass spectrometry.

Prof. Luigi Campanella

 Co-Chairman for Cultural Heritage. Full professor of Environmental and Cultural Heritage Chemistry at Rome University, La Sapienza. Already full professor of Analytical Chemistry. Actually engaged in the field of Environmental Chemistry, Toxicological Analytical Chemistry and Biosensors. In the past other fields of interest: Electroanalytical Chemistry, Food Analysis, Bioindicators, Cultural Heritage and diffusion of Scientific Culture.
 Author of three books of Analytical Applied Chemistry, of more than 400 papers in the preferred research topics and of three patents. From 2008 President of Italian Chemical Society, also President of Government National Order of Chemist for italian centre region.

W. Kosmus
Prof. Walter Kosmus

 Co-Chairman for Environmental. From 1989 associate professor at Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria, Institute for Chemistry, Analytical Division. Principal research field are: environmental analytical chemistry, geochemistry, distribution of elements in nature and the food chain, trace element analysis by Voltammetry, AAS and ICP-MS, analytical chemistry of air pollutants, atmospheric chemistry.
 Author of about 70 papers and communications in international journals and congresses.

BM. Wise
PhD Barry M. Wise

 Co-Chairman for Chemometrics. PhD in Chemical Engineering at University of Washington 1991. President and Co-Founder, Eigenvector Research, Inc., a full service chemometrics research, development, consulting and software company. Author of PLS_Toolbox chemometrics software for use with MATLAB. Dr. Wise has introduced chemometric methods to well over 1000 students in many short courses, attended by both graduate students and employees of corporations small and large, including many Fortune 500 companies.
 In September-November, 2008, Dr. Wise was a Visiting Researcher, at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Automatic Control Laboratory, in Lausanne, Switzerland, where his research focused on methods for updating multivariate calibration models. Author of more then 50 scientific publications and many presentations at international congresses.

Scientific Committee
Prof. Olimpia Arias de Fuentes

 Professor and Senior Researcher of the Institute of Materials Science and Technology, University of Havana, Cuba. Graduated in Physics in 1976 at this University and Ph.D. in Chemistry at Rome University "La Sapienza". Her current research area is focusing on the development of electrochemical sensors and microsensors and its associated instrumentation, for environmental and biomedical application. She has participated/coordinated several national and international scientific projects and published numerous papers in scientific journals and proceedings. She has been referee of international journals and member of scientific committee of some international congresses and visiting professor of the University of Rome and has been invited to give talks in universities of Italy, Germany, Chile and Uruguay.
 She was organizer of the first Iberoamerican Congress on Sensors and Biosensors at the University of Havana in 1998 and founder of the IBERSENSOR, Iberoamerican organization created for the development of sensor technologies over Iberoamerica.

P. Avino
PhD Pasquale Avino

 P. Avino received Master Science in Chemistry in 1992 and PhD in 1997 at the University of Rome "La Sapienza". From 1997 to 1998 he was appointed as Post-graduate Researcher at the University of California, Irvine (USA) studying the separation of non-methane compounds and the halocarbons and their behaviour in atmosphere under the supervision of proff. Rowland and Blake.
 From 1999 until now he has appointed as Researcher at the ISPESL Research Center (Italy). Dr. Avino is involved in the Air Chemical Laboratory: his studies are devoted to the different aspects of the atmospheric pollution in residential and industrial sites. In 2003 he was the recipient of the "Environmental Sapio" Award for his research in the environmental field, in the atmospheric particulate matter.

PhD Marco Calderisi

 Degree in chemistry at Pisa University in 2000. Chemometric consultant since 2002. Expert in Experimental Design and Multivariate data analysis in the field of environmental chemistry, industrial research and process control.
 Actually involved in food industries process control, industrial waste water treatment, metal alloy design and environmental electronic nose measurement.
 Partner of a Siena University (Italy) spin-off project named TerraData Environmetrics. More information on or

A. Casoli
Prof. Antonella Casoli

 Full Professor of Environmental and Cultural Heritage Chemistry at University of Parma. Graduated in chemistry from the University of Parma (Italy) in 1980. In 1983, she joined the Faculty of the same University at Dipartimento di Chimica Generale ed Inorganica, Chimica Analitica, Chimica Fisica. In the period 2001-2013, she is the chief of Laurea degree course "Science for Cultural Heritage" in this University.
 Since 1986 she carries out researches in the application of the chemistry to Cultural Heritage field. Her research is documented with 180 papers printed on international journals and numerous works presented in congress.
 Main research topics are: 1. Development of analytical methods for the characterization and the conservation of works of art, including the identification of binding media and pigments in paintings. 2. Analytical test of innovative cleaning methods for works of art (scientific studies carried out with Paolo Cremonesi, CESMAR7). 3. Archaeometric studies of excavated materials. 4. Anthropology studies.

J.B. Ghasemi
Prof. Jahan B. Ghasemi

 Today at Chemistry Department, Faculty of Sciences, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, already Professor at Chemistry Department, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran. PhD in Analytical Chemistry on 1995 with a research on thermodynamic and kinetic of complexation. Visiting researcher at University of Delaware, 2006, studying signal denoising algorithms. Main researches are on: thermodynamic and kinetic study of ligands, software applications for refinement of analytical data, interfacing and automation, application of various chemometrics technique. Up today engaged in: investigation of the effects of air pollution on the monument stone in Kermanshah region, analysis of drinking water of many water wells in western of Iran, design and manufacturing an automated analysis system, recycling of the chemical refinery wastes.
 Have about 100 papers published in international journals and about same number of congress participation.

Prof. Giovanni Ettore Gigante

 Full professor of physic at Rome University. He is between the founders of the Italian Archeometry Association and a promoter of the Science and Technologies Courses applied to Cultural Heritage.
 He is at present the "President of the Advice" of Laurea Course in Sciences Applied To Cultural Heritage and Italian National Coordinator of "The College Of The Presidents" of such study courses.
 His scientific interests have been initially in the development of imaging techniques and of spectroscopy for medical jobs, today are tuned principally in Archeometry and in Conservation Of The Cultural Heritage.

B. Giussani
Dr. Barbara Giussani

 Researcher in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Insubria in Como. Her research activity is mainly devoted to the development of new analytical methodologies for analysis of trace metals in different matrices and applied Chemometrics. The acquired expertises gave the opportunity to lead research works in Environmental Sciences, Catalysis, Cultural Heritage and Archaeology.
 An ongoing collaboration with CAMO Process AS for training in statistical analysis has been established.

P. Ielpo
PhD Pierina Ielpo

 She graduated in Chemistry on 1999 at Bari University; PhD degree in "Scienze Ambientali"-Environmental Sciences on 2004. From December 2008 she is researcher, with permanent position, at Water Research Institute (Istituto di Ricerca sulle Acque) IRSA-CNR, Bari Division (Italy). From December 2010 she is an external staff scientist researcher at Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), Lecce division (Italy).
 Professional Interests: Sampling, chemical characterization, transport processes of fine fractions of particulate matter. Atmospheric pollutants analytical methods development and validation. Application of multivariate statistical methods (PCA, DFA, CA, APCS, TTFA, CMB) to atmospheric and groundwater pollutants for the source apportionment. Black carbon, Organic carbon and Water Soluble Organic Carbon studies both in PM segregated samples and PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 samples, collected in urban/remote areas.

A. Kachbi
Prof. Abdelmalek Kachbi

 Teaching Chemistry in the Université of Bejaia, Algeria. His area of research is: Chemometrics and spectrophotometry.
 Author of some presentations at international conference and publication about the simultaneous determination of metals by UV visible spectrophotometry using chemometrics methods, on industrial effluents and post-hemodialysis fluids.

R. Leardi
PhD Riccardo Leardi

 Riccardo Leardi graduated in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology in 1983. Since then he has been working in the section of Analytic Chemistry of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Food Chemistry and Technology of the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Genova. His research field is Chemometrics. His interests are mainly devoted to problems related to food, environmental and clinical data, and to experimental design and process optimization.
 In the last years his research focused mainly on genetic algorithms and on three-way methods.He developed a software for the application of genetic algorithms in variable selection and, in collaboration, a software for the application of backward interval PLS to remove non-relevant spectral regions.
 He is author of about 90 papers and 90 communications in national and international meetings; he has been an invited speaker in 15 international meetings and in several industries and research centers.

M. Marabelli
Dr. Maurizio Marabelli

 Co-Chairman for Cultural Heritage. Graduated in Chemistry at the University of Rome, has worked at the Istituto Superiore di Sanita' from 1962 to 1964 and then at the National Centre for Restoration, Rome, from 1964 to 2001, when he retired, teaching also Chemistry for Restoration from 1967 up today and being Head of the laboratory of Chemistry from 1980 to 2001.
 He has collaborated in many international projects, also as expert for Ministry of Foreign Affairs and as ICCROM and UNESCO consultant, in India, Republic of China, Japan, Malta, Iran, France, Holland, Germany. He teached also from 1978 to 1988 in the international courses of ICCROM SPC, MPC and ARC.
 He has been ICR coordinator and 'after retirement' consultant for eight International Conferences on Non-Destructive Investigations, organized by ICR and AIPnD. He is author-coauthor of about 200 reports, 150 papers and five books. Tody member of the Procurator of the Cathedral of Todi, acting as scientific adviser for conservation and restoration

F. Marini
PhD Federico Marini

 Born in Rome in 1977, dr. Federico Marini received his M.Sc. in Chemistry in 2000 and his Ph.D in Chemical Sciences in 2004 at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", where he is, at present, Research Associate. In 2003, he was visiting researcher at the National Institute of Chemistry (Ljubljana, Slovenia) for 4 months, working with the group of prof. Jure Zupan on the application of artificial neural networks to different chemical problems.
 His research activity is focused on different aspects of chemometrics, with particular attention to the design and setup of new algorithms and to the application of various classification techniques to the authentication of foodstuff.

A. Montenero
Prof. Angelo Montenero

 A. Montenero is full Professor and appointed Director of the Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry at Parma University. From 1987 he was appointed President, and still is, the Consortium Research Innovation on Glass, and participate in this consortium at the last research for a new glass starting from ash coming from waste treatment process.
 He is member of Editorial Board of some international journal and member of scientific committee of some international congresses. Was a visiting professor of prestigious institutions as the SUNY College of Ceramics Alfred NY and the Institute of Chemical Research of Kyoto, also part of the Technical Committee TC23 of the International Commission on Glass.
 From many years the knowledge on glass was spent also in study on ancient glass, from composition to degradation, from production to conservation, producing over 160 publications in international journals and holds eight patents on sensors, high refractive index glass, and vitrification of waste from municipal incinerators. .

M.I. Prudencio
Prof. Maria Isabel Prudêncio

 Full professor in Geology, Aveiro University, Portugal, 2005. Responsible for the Cultural Heritage and Sciences Group at Instituto Tecnológico e Nuclear (Portugal Nuclear and Technological Institute).
 Principal fields of research: nuclear methods of analyses and absolute dating by luminescence applied to cultural heritage and earth sciences; trace elements geochemistry; gamma spectrometry; environmental geology.
 Author of about 40 papers in international journals, books and congress presentation.

PhD Maria Pia Sammartino

 Researcher at Rome University, La Sapienza. The research activity was mainly focused on analytical applications of electrochemistry while, actually, it is strongly bound with the didactic activity and regards the application of, mainly, non invasive/non destructive or microinvasive/non destructive analysis of ancient objects of art in Cultural Heritage field.
 The full activity (didactic and scientific) aims to suggest the proper "analytica iter", to be followed approaching a work of art, in order to ensure the maximum information with the minimum damage.

A.M. Salvi
Prof. Anna Maria Salvi

 Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry at University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy. Her scientific activity is centred on the study of surfaces and interfaces by XPS (X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy) and specialises in the analysis of spectra by curve fitting using a program which was developed in the course of a long-standing collaboration with the University of Surrey, UK (PhD thesis). The XPS laboratory work principally for students courses and applications on environmental issues and on the preservation and restoration of artistic and monumental heritage.
 The prof. Salvi published more then 65 papers (and as many Congress contributions) in the filed of surface analysis and participate to several projects of National and European significance.

Prof. Mauro Tomassetti

 Full professor at Rome University. Research interests are in the development of electrochemical sensors and biosensors working both in aqueous and organic solvents and in their application to environmental, biopharmaceutical and food analysis.
 Also interests are in thermoanalytical studies (TG, DTA, DSC) for the stability or purity control and the characterisation of several materials (drugs, foodstuffs, polymers, ancients, etc.) and in the study and characterisation of archaeological finds and cultural heritages, investigated by means of several instrumental techniques of chemical analysis.
 Have about 300 publications and 450 communications to Congresses, overall in the above recorded fields of research.

App.Prof. Giovanni Visco

 Coordinator of Committees. At present appointed professor in Rome University; in the course "chemistry of environment and of cultural heritage". Already contract professor, and contract researcher, at Chemistry Department, as well as coworker from 1982 for the acquisition, processing, and chemometrics treatment of the analytical and environmental chemist data with the Prof. L. Campanella research group
 As visible in photo engaged in diagnoses on cultural heritage (XVI century frescos, XV century tortoises fountain) and environmental remediation. He is co-author of more than 45 papers on international scientific journals and same number of congress communications. Last work is scientific coordinator of a chemometrics training course for International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Organising Committee
R. Angeloni
Dr. Riccardo Angeloni

 Graduated in Analytical Chemistry at Rome University "La Sapienza" on October 2012. Author of some congress presentations concerning the analytical use of biosensors for the ethanol determination in alcoholic beverages, today he works as free lance researcher at the Department of Chemistry, at Rome University "La Sapienza".

M. Castrucci
Mauro Castrucci

 To be graduate (laurea magistralis) in Analytical Chemistry at Rome University, La Sapienza. Already author of some congress presentations and publications about degradation of new type of pollutants, drugs and personal care products, with HPOP (High Performance Oxidation Processes).

A. Ceglia
PhD Andrea Ceglia

 Graduated in "Science Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and Conservation" (first level degree) at Rome University "La Sapienza" on February 2008. He worked at the Institute for New Technologies, Energy and Environment of Rome (ENEA-Casaccia) on a thesis concerning the potentialities of white light profilometry on the study of ancient bronzes.
 On January 2010 he obtained a second level degree presenting a thesis titled "archaeometric study of ancient glass" carried out at the VUB university, Bruxelles.

C. Genova
Chiara Genova

 Chiara Genova was born in Rome in August 1991. Currently she is a student at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome and she is graduated in "Science Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation" (110/110). Now she is going to attain the second level degree in "Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage" with a thesis about non invasive and non distuctive methods applied on frescos in "Tempio of Divo Romolo", Roman Forum.
 After the attainment of the second level degree, she would like to continue the studies about the Science Applied on Cultural Heritage, focus on the chemical methods of restoration.

M.G. Papa
Maria Grazia Papa

 First level's Degree in Science for International Communication at Catania University. Engaged in: Italian-to-English, Italian-to-French, translation and viceversa, build information on place, forecast, historical, cultural heritage and travel for tourist and accompanying person of the Meeting.

S.H. Plattner
PhD Susanne Plattner

 Susanne H. Plattner was born in Munich, Germany, in 1977. She moved to Rome, Italy in 1997. From 1997 to 1999 she attended a school for conservators of paintings. In 2003 she finished her first level degree at the University of Rome La Sapienza in "Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation" with a thesis about Digital Detection In Radiography Applied To Cultural Heritage. Her second level degree thesis, in 2006, concerned with composition-related corrosion of archaeological copper alloys of a coin hoard excavated in Fidenae territory.
 Obtain her PhD on Chemical Sciences at La Sapienza with a research interest focused on the corrosion of metals, primary copper alloys. Today contract researcher at La Sapienza university.

D. Quarta
PhD Donato Quarta

 Graduated in 2010 at Rome University in Course of "Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation". He obtain his first level's degree (2007) in the same Laurea Course at "La Sapienza" University. Already worker as conservation scientist in Ars Mensurae company, today PhD candidate.

M.P. Sammartino
PhD Maria Pia Sammartino

 Researcher at Rome University, La Sapienza. The research activity was mainly focused on analytical applications of electrochemistry while, actually, it is strongly bound with the didactic activity and regards the application of, mainly, non invasive/non destructive or microinvasive/non destructive analysis of ancient objects of art in Cultural Heritage field.
 The full activity (didactic and scientific) aims to suggest the proper "analytica iter", to be followed approaching a work of art, in order to ensure the maximum information with the minimum damage.

G. Testa
Dr. Giacomo Testa

 Graduate in Chemistry with a thesis on "Characterisation of the spring water inside the Basilica Ulpia in Roman Forum, rediscovering an ancient source?" at University of Rome "La Sapienza".
 First level's Degree in Chemistry at La Sapienza University with a thesis on a Roman Domus in Ostia Antica.

App.Prof. Giovanni Visco

 Coordinator of Committees. At present appointed professor in Rome University; in the course "chemistry and chemometrics for environment and cultural heritage". Already contract professor, and contract researcher, at Chemistry Department, as well as coworker from 1982 for the acquisition, processing, and chemometrics treatment of the analytical and environmental chemist data with the Prof. L. Campanella research group
 As visible in photo engaged in diagnoses on cultural heritage (XVI century frescos, XV century tortoises fountain) and environmental remediation. He is co-author of more than 35 papers on international scientific journals and same number of congress communications. Last work is scientific coordinator of a chemometrics training course for International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Authors list
A. Brotzu
PhD. Andrea Brotzu

 Researcher at Engineering Faculty, Rome University.

S. De Luca
Dr. Silvia De Luca

 Born in Rome on 23 May 1988. She obtained the Chemistry degree (Curriculum Environmental Analytical Chemistry) in 2011 under the guidance of Dr. Federico Marini. In 2012 she won a scholarship for abroad mobility that has enabled her to carry out the master's thesis in the "Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen." In 2013 she completed her master degree in Analytical Chemistry, with the thesis "Coupling between spectroscopy fluorescence and multi-way chemometric methods as an innovative tool for the early detection of cancer ", under the guidance of Dr. Federico Marini and Prof. Erasmus Bro.
 She is currently in the third year of the PhD in Chemistry and her research project is to study and develop analytical approaches that provide a characterization of food products, for the purposes of product monitoring, and for the determination and quantification of analytes for both the control of authenticity and traceability of the products, through the use of various instrumental platforms.

F. Di Turo
Dr. Francesca Di Turo

 Born in Rome in 31 March 1992, she graduated in "Science and Technology applied to the Conservation of Cultural Heritge" (110/110 cum laude).
 In 2015 began her PhD project about the solid state electrochemistry applied to the materials of Cultural Heritage. In May 2015 she was awarded by Sapienza Fundation as best graduated student of the 2014/2015 academic year.

A. Genga
Dr. Alessandra Genga

 Dr Alessandra Genga is researcher of Environmental Chemistry and Cultural Heritage Chemistry, in the Faculty of Sciences of Salento University. Her research activity has been articulated on the following thematic of search: study of phisical-chemical parameters in environmental matrix, such as soil, sediment and water; study of ceramic and glass finds in order to define technological and manifacturing aspects and to retrieve provenance and chronology.
 In last years her scientific interest is turned to the study of particulate matter and, expecially, in its chemical-physical and morphological characterization in order to investigate its origin, formation, transport and reactivity.

A. De Lorenzi Pezzolo
Dr. Alessandra De Lorenzi Pezzolo

 Dr. Alessandra De Lorenzi Pezzolo, graduated in Physics from Padua University, is a researcher in the Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems of the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice.
 After extensive work on high-resolution infrared spectroscopy on halogenated compounds of environmental interest, she is currently dealing with the use of diffuse refraction infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy for quantitative analysis and for classification of mineral mixtures and materials of interest in both Environmental and Cultural Heritage studies.

F. Frasca
Dr. Francesca Frasca

 Francesca Frasca was born in Subiaco (RM), in April 9th 1990. She earned the Master Degree in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage in October 2014 (110/110 cum laude) from "La Sapienza" University of Rome, with a thesis on microclimatic characterization of an ancient Polish abbey sited in Krakow.
 Since November 2015, she is a PhD student at "La Sapienza" University of Rome with a project based on the implementation of a dynamic simulation model for heat and moisture transport in historical buildings.

L. Lombardi
Dr. Livia Lombardi

 Livia Lombardi was born in Rome, in November 20th 1989. She reached the Master Degree in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage in October 2013 (110/110 cum laude) from the University of Rome "Sapienza". Since November 2013, she has been a PhD student at the University of Rome "Sapienza".
 She has been developing a project that is focused on new micro-invasive applications of SERS spectroscopy for the identification of organic compounds in polychrome artworks.

C. Lucarelli
Dr. Chiara Lucarelli

 Chiara Lucarelli was born in Rome (Italy) in September 8th 1990. She attended the master degree in Sciences for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage. The thesis has focused on understanding the metallurgical activities in Morocco in the Punic era even with the use of QGIS software.
 From january 2017 she attending the annual mater's degree in Geotechnology for archeology organized by the University of Siena and supported, in particular, at the Geo Center in San Giovanni Valdarno. Co-author of a paper and two congress presentations.

M. Manigrasso
Dr. Maurizio Manigrasso

 Researcher at INAIL, Rome, Italy.
 The National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work, is a public non-profit entity safeguarding workers against physical injuries and occupational diseases.

A. Mistaro
Dr. Andrea Mistaro

 Andrea Mistaro graduated in Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry) in 1999 at University of Trieste (Italy). He has been engaged firstly in gaschromatography applied to enology (2000-2004) in a private Laboratory, then (2005-2011) in water analyses at Environmental Protection Agency (ARPA FVG) of Friuli Venezia Giulia region (NE, Italy) and, finally, again in chromatography at the ARPA FVG Laboratory dedicated to air quality, sea water and sediments analyses, located in Trieste.
 He is currently dealing both with environmental chemical analyses and with data analyses and interpretations. He is a choir conductor and an active educator in history of music.

A. Peduzzi
Alice Peduzzi

 First level degree at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome in Science Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation with a thesis about the characterization of colour and salt’s content of conservative and original roman bricks from the archaeological site of Minerva Medica in Rome, Italy.

R. Reale
PhD Rita Reale

 Master degree at 2010 in "Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation" at Rome University with a thesis on Corrosion Study of Burried Roman's Coins Using Multivarite Methods obtaining the full voting. Senior restorer with works and consulences on frescoes, ceramics, woods, stones, metals and archaeometrics.
 Today PhD candidate at La Sapienza University with a partnership with Vatican City restoration laboratory.
 Co-author of some papers and congress presentations.

ML. Tabasso
Dr. Marisa Laurenzi Tabasso

 Marisa Laurenzi Tabasso was born in Rome, where she obtained her Degree in Chemistry at La Sapienza University. Her main field of activity is the conservation of mural paintings, stones and related materials. She was Head of the Laboratory for Testing Materials at the ICR (Istituto Centrale per il Restauro) in Rome from 1975 to 1991. Thereafter she was seconded to ICCROM as the Head of the Programme for Science and Technology.
 Marisa Laurenzi Tabasso retired in 1999 but continues to teach at La Sapienza University in the Masters course on 'Science applied to the diagnosis and conservation of cultural property'. Since the end of 2011 is "Honorary Professor" of the Universität für angewandte Kunst, Wien. Also works as a free-lance consultant.
 Since 2013 is the President of the Scientific Committee of the Italian non-lucrative Association "Restauratori senza Frontiere", Rome, Italy. She is author of three books, of over 180 scientific papers and editor of two other books.

F. Tombolini
Dr. Francesca Tombolini

 Graduate in 2002 in Physics from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", she got in 2005 a Ph.D from the University of Rome "Roma Tre" with a thesis on synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotubes.
Since 2012 she works at INAIL Research, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Epidemiology and Hygiene, where she is involved in research activity regarding risks due to inhalation of chemical agents in the workplaces.

M. Traore
Mohamed Traoré

 Mohamed Traoré is a PhD student within the Environment and Natural Resources doctoral program at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). His main research activities focus on the identification of biomarkers for shipbuilding timber provenance (in the Iberian peninsula between the XVI and XVII century), in the framework of the ForSEAdiscovery project (Initial Training Network of the Marie Curie Actions, European Research Council).

Attendancers list
M. Corfield
Dr. Mike Corfield

 Head of company Heritage Science and Conservation Consultant, in Northwood Stafford Road, Stafford ST20 0ES, England. Was previously the Chief Scientist for English Heritage, came to Iran by the invitation of UNESCO office in Tehran to reconsider the situation of Bam Citadel and the reconstruction process after the earthquake.

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