ALMA MATER STUDIORUM
- 1 ALMA MATER STUDIORUM
- 2 UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA
- 3 Agreement with Unibo
- 4 Alma Mater Studiorum
- 5 Provision of instruments by Lumiere Technology
- 6 Multispectral Camera
- 7 X Rays scanner
- 8 Access map to laboratory for artworks diagnosis (Unibo)
- 9 Laboratory instruments
- 10 Investigation techniques
- 11 Multispectral imaging techniques
- 12 Ad hoc techniques for in situ investigations
- 13 Laboratory techniques
- 14 Details and descriptions
UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA
Founded in 1088, the University of Bologna (Unibo) is the oldest, the biggest University of Europe and the most reputed of Italy.
Unibo is often considered as the oldest university of the world.
It is also, the first university recognized by the Pope.
- 100 000 students
- 3 000 teachers
Agreement with Unibo
The agreement covers :
- Research on multispectral imaging domain
- Development of new technologies in artistic diagnosis domain
- Development of methodological protocols
- Authentication of polychrome artistic artworks
- Analysis of easel paintings
- The murals are also digitized in very high resolution by our equipment
Contract N.80/2019 PROT.N.1323 from the 09/09/2019.
Alma Mater Studiorum
Technical Manager : Dr. Chiara Matteucci
Email : email@example.com
Telephone : +39 0544 936759
Provision of instruments by Lumiere Technology
- Multispectral camera
- X Rays scanner
Multispectral CameraOur multispectral camera is available within UNIBO Alma Matter laboratory.
However, it is possible to digitize artworks on the site, like murals.
Or for non-transportable paintings.
X Rays scannerOur large format X rays scanner.
The scanner digitizes artworks until 1,5 m x 1,5 in once, and 3 m x 1,5 m.
We double the resolution with a second pass. Which is allows a 600 dpi resolution.
Adjustable energy levels for better readability from 20 keV to 75 keV. From 2 to 17 mW.
Access map to laboratory for artworks diagnosis (Unibo)
Dipartimento Di Beni Culturali – Laboratorio Diagnostico
Vicolo degli Ariani, 1 – 48121 Ravenna RA – Italie
- Photographic documentation in the visible
- Taking pictures
- Grazing light and reflectance transformation imaging (RTI)
Multispectral imaging techniques
- Infrared shooting
- Fake infrared color (IRFC)
- UV fluorescence (UVF) and reflected UV (UVR)
Ad hoc techniques for in situ investigations
- Visible reflectance spectrophotometry (VIS-RS) and colorimetry
- X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy – Portable system (EDS-XRF)
- X-Raman (integrated XRF and Raman analysis system)
- MO : Optical microscopy
- MO-POL : Polarised optical microscopy
- SEM-EDS : Scanning electron microscopy and microanalysis
- Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR)
- Raman microscopy (m-Raman)
- X Powder Diffractometer (XRPD)
- Thermal analysis (TGA – DTA)
Details and descriptions
- Collaboration agreement between Unibo and Lumiere Technology (Pascal Cotte)
- Official website [EN]
- Unibo on Wikipedia
- Unibo on Facebook
- Unibo on Linkedin
- Unibo on Twitter
- Guercino beyond color on unibo.it