Thursday, May 3 at 2:00 pm, at the Avogadro Hall of the Turin Department of Chemistry, the workshop entitled “Society – Didactics, cultural heritage, forensic chemistry” is scheduled during which the researchers of the Department will recount their research experiences and will show how advanced chemical technologies are today indispensable to find solutions to complex challenges in the field of art up to crime scenes.
The event is part of the broader initiative promoted by the Department of Chemistry entitled “Chemistry, Periodic Passion“, articulated in 6 thematic workshops that will take place on the first Thursday of the month from May to December 2018.
Schedule of the day
14:00 Presentation of the initiative – Cristina Prandi – Deputy Director of Research
14:10 Presentation of the Department – Marco Vincenti – Director
14.30 “Every crime perpetrated leaves traces of a chemical nature: the Department’s commitment in the forensic sciences” – Marco Vincenti
14:50 “The scenary in Chemistry Research carried out at the Department of Chemistry @ UniTO” – Giuseppina Cerrato, Elena Ghibaudi
15:10 “A scientific look on ancient materials obtained through fire: metals, glass, ceramics” – Paola Rizzi, Francesca Turco
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 “… you will see all the colors!” – Patrizia Davit
16:20 “from wood to photography …” – Eliano Diana
16:40 “Polymers in contemporary art, in the conservation and restoration of the artistic heritage: a 360° presence” – Dominique Scalarone
17:00 Intervention by Simonetta Castronovo, Conservator – Palazzo Madama, Civic Museum of Ancient Art, Turin
17:15 Presentation of the poster session – Angelo Agostino
17:30 Aperitif and networking.
Participation in the event is free, but limited to the first 50 registrations made using the following form
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