Nanotechnologies for Cultural Heritage Conservation.
Dec 2007: Bachelor Degree in Conservation Science, at the University of Florence (106/110). Title: "New consolidation treatment for deteriorated wall paintings: application of a dispersion of nanolime in 2-propanol to the 18th century frescoes of SS. Giuda e Simone Cloister, Corniola (Empoli)”.
Sep 2012: Master Degree in Conservation Science at the University of Florence (110 cum laude/110). Title: “Hybrid nanocomposites made of TEOS and nanostructured calcium hydroxide. Application for stone conservation”.
Nov 2013-present: PhD student in Conservation Sciences at the University of Florence. Title: "Nanotechnologies for the restoration of alum-treated archaeological wood". Advisor: Prof. P. Baglioni (University of Florence).