Student posters

IIC was delighted to announce that the 2012 Congress was hosting a second IIC Student Poster Session. The aim of this session was to provide a peer-reviewed platform for research and work on conservation projects being undertaken by students and recent graduates.

Student Committee
We were very grateful to the Student Poster Committee, who worked so hard at making this part of the Congress happen. The Committee were:

Amber Kerr-Allison, Paintings Conservator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Lunder Conservation Center, Washington DC, USA
Lisa Gräber, Assistant Professor at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Institute of Conservation, Vienna, Austria
Maram Na'es, Wall Paintings Conservator, Jordan; 'Guest Scientist' at the Technical University of Berlin (TU-Berlin), Institute for Optics and Atomic Physics , Berlin Germany
Anna Serotta, Objects Conservator at the Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
Sagita Mirjam Sunara, Assistant Professor at the Conservation-Restoration Department, Arts Academy of the University in Split, Split, Croatia

Student Posters are listed and are available for download below.

  • Batič, A. ; The effects of temperature, relative humidity and light on the paintings of the Stations of the Cross by Anton Cebej in the Church of St John the Baptist, Ajdovščina, Slovenia
  • Brühl, B. ; Copper soaps on ethnographic and decorative art objects
  • Cranstone, O.; Mitchell, S. ; The Passion of the Conservation Student
  • DeGhetaldi, K.; Voras, Z.; Beebe, T. J. P. ; A closer look at egg-oil paint systems using imaging TOF-SIMS and XPS
  • Ellersdorfer, J. M. ; Bark paintings and orchids
  • Feston, B. ; Revealing the history of the Ark Door from the Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo, Egypt
  • Heimel, S. ; A baroque funeral crown from St. Michael’s crypt, Vienna, Austria: analysis and exhibition preparation
  • Holzer, C. ; Asbestos-containing object in museum collections: the conservation of an asbestos suit in the Technical Museum Vienna, Austria
  • Isebaert, A. ; Conservation of a winged victory figure from the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Kurzmann, S. ; 16th-century leather plates: investigation of production technique and types of protective coatings
  • Lanzagorta, A.; Reyes, M.; Barrera, E. ; The conservation process: Revitalizing a collection of hand fans
  • Lupo, V. ; A study of the polychromed wood figure of St John the Baptist located at Dingli parish church, Malta
  • Pichler, H.; Offner, C. ; One ensemble: several conditions
  • Radoi, E. ; Decay of fresco mural paintings in wooden churches in Romania
  • Torres, B. I. ; Films as artifacts: A guide for assessing motion picture film
  • Tsirita, K. ; The selection of the gap-filling material for the conservation of a Chinese Shang Dynasty bronze vase
  • van den Burg, J. ; Destruction - Construction': The structural conservation of a panel painting
  • Watts, S. ; The Architectural Monument 'Schöne Brunnen',Schönbrunn Imperial Palace, Vienna, Austria. Assessment of structure and condition, and formulation of a conservation plan
  • Wiesend, M. ; Tyrolean 'paintings on Cobwebs': technology and materials
  • Woodward, H. ; A study of regional painting practice: Technical analysis of three late 16th-century British painted memorial panels