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Erica Parisi

Personal Information

Position: PhD Student

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Phone or fax: +39 055 4573026

Location: Florence

Parisi, Erica

Research

Fields of Interest and Expertise


Micro-chemical, micro-structural and surface characterization of ancient metals.

Gels used as vehicle for detergent systems for the cleaning of metal corrosion products.

Nanomaterials for the inhibition of metal corrosion.


Curriculum Vitae


Apr 2009: Bachelor Degree in Conservation Science at the University “Sapienza” of Rome (110 cum laude /110). Thesis title: " Diagnostic investigations on the San Sebastianello recess in Rome”.

Jan 2012: Master Degree in Conservation Science at the University “Sapienza” of Rome (110 cum laude /110). Thesis title: " Micro-chemical and micro-stuctural investigations on silvered and gilded copper artefacts from the royal tombs of Sipan, Peru ".

Jul 2012- Dec 2012: Partnership assignment from Sovrintendenza per i Beni Archeologici dell’Abruzzo for the execution of micro-chemical, micro-structural and surface investigations on metallic artefacts at the CNR-ISMN laboratories in Rome.

Dec 2012 - present: PhD in Conservation Sciences at the University of Florence. Title: "Development of nanomaterials for cleaning and conservation of metallic artefacts". Advisor: Prof. P. Baglioni (University of Florence, Chemistry Department and CSGI), Co-advisor: Dott. G.M. Ingo (CNR-ISMN, Research Area 1 of Rome, Monterotondo).

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