Phone: 055 457-3026
Cleaning of wall and easel paintings.
Polymer removal from wall paintings and stone.
Microemulsions and micelles.
Gels used as vehicle for detergent systems in the cleaning of artworks.
Nanoparticles for the consolidation of wall paintings and stone.
Oct 2005: Bachelor Degree in Conservation Science at the University of Florence (110 cum laude /110). Thesis title: "Degradation and conservation of pine wood from the Vasa warship”.
Sep 2007: Master Degree in Conservation Science at the University of Florence (110 cum laude /110). Thesis itle: "Sinthesys and development of chemical gels for the removal of Paraloid from lapideous materials".
Jan 2008 - Dec 2010: PhD in Conservation Sciences at the University of Florence. Title: "Development of nano-systems for the cleaning of wall paintings". Advisor: Prof. P. Baglioni (University of Florence, Chemistry Department and CSGI).
Jan 2011 - Nov 2011: CSGI Post-Doc fellowship on the Temart Project (Programma Operativo Regionale - Regione Toscana, co-financed by Fondo Europeo di Sviluppo Regionale (POR CreO FESR 2007-2013)).
Dec 2011-present: CSGI Post-Doc fellowship on the Nanoforart European Project (a FP7-funded cultural heritage project involving the preservation of movable and immovable artworks, by using nanotechnology).
[BMIm][BARF] imidazolium salt solutions in alkyl carbonate solvents: Structure and interactions- Mamusa M. - David Chelazzi - Michele Baglioni - Sergio Murgia - Emiliano Fratini - Rivillo D. - van Leeuwen P.W.N.M. - Schrekker H.S. - Piero Baglioni
Cryogels loaded with nanostructured fluids studied by ultra-small-angle X-ray scattering- Michele Baglioni - Rosangela Mastrangelo - Tempesti P. - Ogura T. - Piero Baglioni
Self-Assembly of Soluplus in Aqueous Solutions: Characterization and Prospectives on Perfume Encapsulation- Sofroniou C. - Michele Baglioni - Mamusa M. - Claudio Resta - Doutch J. - Smets J. - Piero Baglioni
The use of nanostructured fluids for the removal of polymer coatings from a Nuxalk monumental carving – exploring the cleaning mechanism- Alcalá S. - Michele Baglioni - Alderson S. - Neiman M. - Tallio S.C. - Rodorico Giorgi
pH-Controlled assembly of polyelectrolyte layers on silica nanoparticles in concentrated suspension- Kolman K. - Giovanna Poggi - Michele Baglioni - David Chelazzi - Piero Baglioni - Persson M. - Holmberg K. - Bordes R.
Nanostructured fluids for polymeric coatings removal: Surfactants affect the polymer glass transition temperature- Michele Baglioni - Sekine F.H. - Ogura T. - Chen S.H. - Piero Baglioni
Advanced materials in cultural heritage conservation- Michele Baglioni - Giovanna Poggi - David Chelazzi - Piero Baglioni
Selective removal of over-paintings from “Street Art” using an environmentally friendly nanostructured fluid loaded in highly retentive hydrogels- Michele Baglioni - Giovanna Poggi - Rodorico Giorgi - Rivella P. - Ogura T. - Piero Baglioni
Assessment of aqueous cleaning of acrylic paints using innovative cryogels- Cardaba I. - Giovanna Poggi - Michele Baglioni - David Chelazzi - Maguregui I. - 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