Fabrizio Andriulo

Researcher - Saving Oseberg
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Visiting address Økern Økern Næringspark Kabelgaten 34
Postal address Postboks 6762 St. Olavs plass 0130 Oslo

Academic interests

In the framework of conservation science, my research focuses on nanotechnologies for restoration, deacidification methods of ligno-cellulosic materials and design of organic-inorganic nanocomposites applied to cultural heritage.

Background

I received my B.Sc, and M.Sc. in Conservation Science from University of Florence. As a visiting PhD candidate in 2014–2015, I spent almost two years at our Saving Oseberg laboratory in Bygdøy, where I investigated the mechanisms leading to the deterioration of alum-treated wood. In 2017 I received my PhD in Chemical Sciences from the Center for Colloid and Surface Science (CSGI)/University of Florence. My PhD thesis deals with the design and application of nanotechnologies for the restoration of alum-treated archaeological wood.

 

 

 

Publications

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  • Braovac, Susan & Andriulo, Fabrizio (2020). Applying alkaline nanoparticles to deacidify alum-treated wood.
  • Steindal, Calin Constantin; Simonsen, Margrete Figenschou & Andriulo, Fabrizio (2019). Saint Olaf pilgrim badges. Microchemical analysis - insight into alloy compostition and manufacturing.
  • Andriulo, Fabrizio; Giorgi, Rodorico; Steindal, Calin Constantin; Kutzke, Hartmut; Braovac, Susan & Baglioni, Piero (2016). Nanotechnologies for the restoration of alum-treated archaeological wood.

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Published Sep. 27, 2017 4:08 PM - Last modified Feb. 3, 2021 1:53 PM

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