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  • Rachael Perkins Arenstein, Lisa Goldberg, Bonnie Naugle ; Storage Techniques for Art, Science and History collections ( An Online Resource for Collection Storage
  • Fredrik Berg ; Wear and Tear of World Heritage: Preventive Conservation and Tourism in Norway’s Stave Churches
  • Andrea Bernath, Iulia Teodorescu, Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, Elena Badea, Lucreţia Miu, Márta Guttmann ; Levels of Preservation for Cultural Property in an Open-Air Museum
  • Chiara Bertolin, Marcin Strojecki, Roman Koslowski ; Particle Penetration, Emission and Deposition in the Diocesan Museum in Udine, Italy to Elucidate Soiling of Giambattista Tiepolo’s Wall Paintings
  • Julian Bickersteth, Doug Rogan, Laura Kennedy, Eliza McKenna ; Sensor Technology and New Opportunities for Environmental Monitoring
  • Alexandra Bridarolli, Oleksandr Nechyporchuk, Marianne Odlyha, Marta Oriola, Romain Bordes, Krister Holmberg, Manfred Anders, Aurelia Chevalier, Laurent Bozec ; Nanocellulose-Based Materials for the Reinforcement of Modern Canvas-Supported Paintings
  • Davison Chiwara ; Sustainable Insect Pests Management through Preventive Conservation: Case Studies in the Natural History Museum
    of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Military Museum
  • Gill Comerford, Robert McLeod ; An Investigation into the Magnitude of Vibrations and their Causes in a Multi-Use Heritage Building using Caption Data CDL Smart Hub
  • Katherine Curran ; A System Dynamics Approach to the Preventive
    Conservation of Modern Polymeric Materials in Collections
  • Manar M. Elkhial, Hussein M. Kamal ; A New Approach for Detecting Active Insect Infestation in Museum Objects Using Non-Dispersive Infrared Spectroscopy
  • Morena Ferreira, Josep Grau-Bové, Luca Mazzei, Nigel Blades, Tobit Curteis, Hector Altamirano, Jane Faull ; The Influence of Water Activity and Air Movement in Preventing Mould in Historic Materials
  • Giusj Valentina Fichera, Michela Albano, Giacomo Fiocco, Claudia Invernizzi, Maurizio Licchelli, Marco Malagodi, Tomaso Rovetta ; Innovative Monitoring Plan for the Preventive Conservation of Historical Musical Instruments
  • Eleonora Gioventù ; Comparison of Three Methods for Evaluating the Condition of the Collection in the Royal Apartments of the Pitti Palace, Florence
  • Tanushree Gupta, Gabriella Krist, M. Velayudhan Nair, Johanna Wilk ; Conceptualisation of Collection Care at Napier Museum, Trivandrum, India
  • Kristina Holl, Ralf Kilian, Lars Klemm, Kristin Lengsfeld, Stefan Bichlmair, Martin Krus ; Sustainable Museum Storage Buildings for Long-Term Preservation
  • Hildegard Heine, Alexandra Jeberien ; Oddy Test Reloaded: Standardized Test Equipment and Evaluation Methods for Accelerated Corrosion Testing
  • Mark Kearney, Ivan Parkin, Joyce H. Townsend, Manuel Hidalgo, Katherine Curran ; Characterisation of VOCs Surrounding Naum Gabo’s Construction in Space “Two Cones”, (Tate) by in situ SPME GC-MS Monitoring
  • Rosanna Kuon, Lorice Sivira, Marcela Rosselló, Maria Inés Velarde ; National Museum in Peru: Guidelines and Policies for the Relocation of Cultural Assets
  • Zukang Lei, Longyu Wan, Ye Zhang ; Investigation, Diagnosis, Assessment and Conservation Strategy for a Wallpainting at Wudang Mountain Taoist Temple using BIM Technology
  • Marta Leskard ; Case Study: The Hempcrete Museum Store
  • Eddy S.T. Leung, Kit Wong, Alice C.H. Tsang ; A Study of Environmental Factors in the Adaptive Re-use of a Historic Building in Hong Kong
  • Chi Chun Lin, Jen-Jung Ku, Ni-Ting Tsou ; Preventive Conservation of an Object made from Toilet Tissue: Using a Friction Mounting Method
  • Katy Lithgow, Stavroula Golfomitsou, Catherine Dillon ; Coming Clean about Cleaning: Professional and Public Perspectives – Are Conservators Truthful and Visitors Useful in Decision-Making?
  • Ana Martins, Lee Ann Daffner ; Evaluation and Optimization of Matting and Framing Methods and Choice of Materials for the Temporary Display and Transit of Photographs and Works on Paper using a Design of Experiments Approach
  • Lizzie Meek ; Antarctic Food Can Conservation: Maintaining ‘Spirit of
    Place’ in the Expedition Bases of the Ross Sea Region
  • Bermet Nishanova ; Levels of Preservation for Cultural Property in an Open-Air Museum
  • Marianne Odlyha, Jonathon M.Slater, Terje Grøntoft, David Thickett, Stephen Hackney, Michal Obarzanowski, Anne Haack Christensen, Guillermo Andrade, Jørgen Wadum, Mikkel Scharff, Slawomir Jakiela ; A Portable Tool for the Evaluation of Microclimate Conditions within Museum Enclosures, Transit Frames and Transport Cases
  • Leslie Rainer, Susan Macdonald ; Under the Los Angeles Sun: The History of Shelters Used to Protect the Mural, América Tropical by David Alfaro
  • Leila Sauvage, W. (Bill) Wei, Marcias Martinez ; When Conservation meets Engineering: Predicting the Damaging Effects of Vibrations on Pastel Paintings
  • Aimée Sims ; Education, Education, Education; The Challenges of Implementing Preventive Conservation in a 500 Year Old School
  • Catherine Stephens, Isabella Buscarino, Eric Breitung ; Updating the Oddy Test: Comparison with Volatiles Identified using Chromatographic Techniques
  • Sagita Mirjam Sunara, Neven Peko, Ivana Miletić Čakširan ; Preventive Conservation in an Outdoor Sculpture Collection
  • Serena Vella, M. Carolina Gaetan, Ulderico Santamaria ; A Planned and Preventive Conservation Project for The Tarot Garden by Niki de Saint Phalle
  • Fang Wang, Yong Lei ; Monitoring and Control of the Indoor Environment of a Historic Building in the Forbidden City, Beijing, China
  • Joelle Wickens, Beth J. Parker Miller, John W. Castle, Linda Eaton ; Designing a Path to an Economically, Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Plan for Accessible Storage at Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
  • Karen Woer ; Establishing a New Museum Storage for Eight Cultural
    Institutions in Aarhus, Denmark
  • Naoto Yoshida, Kyoko Ishii, Tomoko Kotajima, Toshitami Ro, Masahide Inuzuka, Takeshi Ishizaki, Sadatoshi Miura, Chie Sano Borrowing ; History of Environmental Inspection of Museums when Objects Designated as an Important Cultural Property of Japan

    XpectralTEK Student and Main Posters Prizes
    XpectralTEK was a supporting partner and exhibitor at IIC's 27th Biennial Congress in Turin, Italy. For the first time XpectralTEK offered two Poster Prizes that were awarded to a Poster and Student Poster, a judging panel reviewed all the accepted posters for the Congress and chose the winners based on innovation in research related to technology and preventive conservation. The prizes were presented at the Closing Ceremony on Friday 14th September 2018 by IIC’s President Sarah Staniforth CBE.

    XpectralTEK Student Poster Prize consisted of a certificate, 1 year IIC Membership for each student poster author and a shared cash prize of £150. XpectralTEK Poster Prize consisted of a certificate, 1 year IIC Membership for each poster author, and a shared cash prize of £300. We expected the prizes to contribute towards the recipients’ professional development, research excellence and for innovation development.

    XpectralTEK is a tech company dedicated on the development of spectral imaging solutions enabling any art conservator to see and understand what is not visible to the human eye.