6 ECTS; 3º Ano, 1º Semestre, 30,0 T + 30,0 PL + 3,0 OT , Cód. 938056.
- António João de Carvalho da Cruz (1)(2)
(1) Docente Responsável
(2) Docente que lecciona
O1. Know the main methods of examination and analysis used in the study of cultural heritage
O2. Interpret the information provided by these methods
O3. Use the results of this interpretation in the multidisciplinary context of heritage study and conservation
C1. The electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with matter
C2. Methods making use of visible radiation
C3. UV photography
C4. IR photography and reflectography
C5. Multi and hyperspectral imaging
C7. Optical microscopy
C8. Electron microscopy
C9. Classical methods of chemical analysis
C10. X-ray fluorescence spectrometry
C11. Infrared spectrsocopy
C12. Raman spectroscopy
C13. X-Ray diffraction
C14. Mass spectrometry
C15. Gas chromatography
PL classes are compulsory.
The assessment has two components: practical component evaluated through reports and works related to the PL classes (40%) and theoretical component evaluated through mini-tests in class or written exam (60%). Anyone who does not score at least 9 points in the practical component is excluded from the examination.
Unless otherwise stated, following the evaluation of each case, the mark of the practical component is not kept from one year to the next. Those who wish to keep the grade of this component from the previous year should make that request at the beginning of the semester.
Approval is obtained with an average of at least 10 points, provided that the exam grade is 10 or higher.
- Artioli, G. (2010). Scientific Methods and Cultural Heritage. An Introduction to the Application of Materials Science to Archaeometry and Conservation Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- Ciliberto, E. e Spoto, G. (2000). Modern Analytical Methods in Art and Archaeology. New York: John Wiley & Sons
- Doménech Carbó, M. (2018). Análisis Químico y Examen Científico de Patrimonio Cultural. Madrid: Madrid
- Stuart, B. (2007). Analytical Techniques in Materials Conservation. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons
- Van Schoute, R. e Verougstrate-Marcq, H. (1986). Scientific Examination of Easel Paintings. Strasbourg: Council of Europe
- Varella, E. (2013). Conservation Science for the Cultural Heritage. Applications of Instrumental Analysis. Heidelberg: Springer
M1. Expositive lessons
M2. Experimental activities
M3. Treatment and interpretation of experimental results
Software used in class