I just gave a training course on Multispectral Imaging and Technical photographic methods to an Art Diagnostics start-up company in Andria, Italy: Terrarossa Studio. The start-up is composed of 3 young cultural heritage scientists, Grazia Ruggiero, Floriana Salvemini and Cristina Caggiani. Floriana and Cristina just got their PhD on analytical methods for art diagnostics in Florence (neutrons imaging) and in Bari (Raman spectroscopy). Grazia has been doing mortar analysis through optical microscopy and X-Rays diffraction and fluorescence for an archaeometry research group at University of Bari since she took her degree in conservation science.
Their background is on analytical tools and their start-up will provide analytical examinations. Though, and I would say, wisely, they thought useful to encompass in the portfolio of their services also multispectral imaging and technical photographic methods. We agreed on an intensive (8 hours/day)
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