Conservation of Cultural Heritage.
Polymer removal from artistic surfaces.
Microemulsions, surfactants and micelles.
Chemical and physical gels.
Dec 2022- present: CSGI Post-Doc Fellowship. Title: "Preparation of nanostructured materials and physicochemical characterization of Artworks surfaces”
Dec 2020- Dec 2022: University of Florence and CSGI Post-Doc Fellowship. Title: Structure and Dynamics of Functional Gels for Conservation of Cultural Heritage
Nov 2017 - Nov 2020: PhD student at the Department of Chemistry, University of Florence. Title: "NOVEL FORMULATIONS OF POLYVINYL ALCOHOL-BASED PEELABLE SYSTEMS FOR THE CLEANING OF METAL ARTEFACTS".
April 2017: Master Degree in Conservation Science at University of Florence (110/110). Title: Chemical-physical characterization of the polymeric layers dewetting from historical and artistic interest surfaces".
Jul 2014: Bachelor Degree in Conservation Science at the University of Florence. Title" Monitoring of Volterra town walls".
pH-Responsive Semi-Interpenetrated Polymer Networks of pHEMA/PAA for the Capture of Copper Ions and Corrosion Removal- Teresa Guaragnone - Rossi M. - David Chelazzi - Rosangela Mastrangelo - Severi M. - Emiliano Fratini - Piero Baglioni
PVA-based peelable films loaded with tetraethylenepentamine for the removal of corrosion products from bronze- Teresa Guaragnone - Casini A. - David Chelazzi - Rodorico Giorgi
Nonionic Surfactants for the Cleaning of Works of Art: Insights on Acrylic Polymer Films Dewetting and Artificial Soil Removal- Michele Baglioni - Teresa Guaragnone - Rosangela Mastrangelo - Sekine F.H. - Ogura T. - Piero Baglioni
Dewetting acrylic polymer films with water/propylene carbonate/surfactant mixtures - Implications for cultural heritage conservation- Michele Baglioni - Costanza Montis - Brandi F. - Teresa Guaragnone - Meazzini I. - Piero Baglioni - Debora Berti