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Cristina Sabbioni

Adjunct Professor

Department of Chemistry "Giacomo Ciamician"

Curriculum vitae

CRISTINA  SABBIONI

EDUCATION

-          1978 graduated in physics at the Bologna University.

-          “Characterisation des Metaux Anciens» organised by the European Council, Urbino and Rome, 9-28 April 1979.

-          “Atmospheric Turbulence and Air Pollution Modelling”, The Hague, 21-25 September 1981.

-         1993 the prize for the best communication at the East-West Conference ‘‘European Research Material Society” organised by the European Council in St. Petersburg.

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

-          1980-1982 worked as research scientist at the CRTN-ENEL (the National Electricity Generating Board), where she was involved in the study of the emission, transport and deposition of the aerosol emitted by electric power plants.

-          since 1982 has been researcher scientist at the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate ISAC (ex FISBAT and ISAO) - CNR (Italy), where she is Research Director since 2001 as responsible of the unit on Conservation of Cultural Heritage.   Her main scientific interests are on material-atmosphere interactions, effects of climate and multi-pollutants on cultural heritage, damage evaluation and risk assessment.  The principal results obtained on these topics have been presented at international conferences and published in international scientific reviews.

-          since 2010 is Acting Director of the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC) - CNR, Italy 

 

 

PROJECT LEADER

-          EC Project (ENV757I(SB)) on “Effects of air pollution on historic buildings and monuments. Scientific basis for conservation”, within 1°FP on Research, 1984-1985.

-          CNR grant, part of the “Energetica 2 Programme” on the theme “Effect of acid deposition on stone monuments and historical buildings”, 1987-1988.

-          CNR grant “Study of the emissions of carbonaceous particles in urban areas and their effects on surfaces”, 1988-1989.

-          EC Project  (EV4V 0051 I(A)), part of  the Environment Programme on the topic “Effects of air pollution in combination with other meteorological factors on historical buildings and monuments”, within 2°FP on Research, 1988-1991.

-          EC Project (STEP CT90 0107), part of the “Science and Technology for Environmental Protection Programme” (STEP) on the topic “Study of atmospheric deposition in relation to damage mechanisms by tests on monuments and buildings in selected sites, field experiments and laboratory tests”, within 3°FP on Research, 1991-1994.

-          CNR grant  financed by the Committee “Science and Technology applied to Cultural Heritage” on the theme “Atmospheric aerosol and the damage on historical buildings”,  1990-1993.

-          CNR grant within the Cultural Heritage Programme on the theme “Atmospheric aerosol and materials of artistic interest”,  1994-1995.

-          EC Project (STEP CT90 0107), part of the Environment and Climate Programme on “Environmental deterioration of ancient and modern hydraulic mortars (EDAMM)”, within 4°FP on Research,  1996-1999.

-          Grant from the National Italian Project on “Safeguard of Cultural Heritage” on the theme “Problems of damage and conservation of historical masonry study of the physic-chemical mechanisms of damage of mortar”, 1996-1999.

-          CNR grant within the CNR Specialised Programme on Cultural Heritage on “Damage and conservation of historical masonry: physical-chemical damage mechanisms of mortars”, 1996 - 2001.

-          Project on “Study of atmospheric particles deposition on stone surfaces in Ortigia” funded by Siracusa Municipality, 1997.

-          Grant from “Bologna 2000 -The European City of Culture” on the theme “Diagnosis for the Conservation and Protection of Cultural Heritage”, 2000.

-          EC Project (Evk4-ct-2000-00029) within the Environment and Sustainable Development Programme on “CARbon content and origin of damage Layers in European Monument (CARAMEL)”, within 5°FP on Research, 2001-2003.

-          Project on “Diagnosis of materials utilised at the Archiginnasio Palace” funded by the Bologna Municipality, 2000.

-          Project on Damage assessment of ArchiginnasioPalace” funded by the Bologna Municipality, 2000.

-          European Parliament STOA contract  on “Technological Requirements for solutions in the conservation and protection of historic monuments and archaeological remains",  2001

-          Project funded by Consorzio Venezia Nuova on “Damage assessment finalised at the restoration project of the Venice Arsenal”, 2002-2003.

-          EC Project (ICA3-2002-10051) within “Confirming the International Role of Community Research for Developemnt (INCO-MED) on “Project on high compatibility technologies and systems for conservation and documentation of masonry works in archaeological sites in the Mediterranean Area (PRODOMEA) ”, within 5°FP on Research, 2002-2005.

-          Battistero Project: Study on the environmental impact on the historical centre in Florence, 2003-2004.  

-          Contract from Centro Europeo Conservazione del Patrimonio Architettonico (Venice, Italy) on “Surface deposit identification on building materials of Iranian cultural heritage”, 2003.  

-          EC Project on  “Innovative technologies and materials for the conservation of monuments (ITECOM) within the Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development  5° FP on Research, 2004 - 2004

-          EC Project (contr. EVK4-2002-00554) “Innovative technologies and materials for the conservation of monuments (ITECOM) within the Environment and Sustainable Development Programme, within 5°FP on Research,  2004-2005.

-          Co-ordinator EC Project  (contr. SSPI-CT-2003-501837)  Global climate change impact on built heritage and cultural landscapes (NOAH'S ARK)”, within 6°FP on Research,  2004-2007.

-          Contract funded by the Council of Europe on “Cultural Heritage and Climate Change”, 2008

-          Scientific expert appointed by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities (MIBAC) and the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) of the EC project “European network on Research Programme applied to the Protection of Tangible Cultural Heritage (NET-HERITAGE)” funded within the Thematic Area “Environment”, 7°FP on Research (2008-2011).

-          EC Project on “Technologies and tools to prioritize Assessment and diagnosis of air pollution impact on immovable and movable Cultural Heritage (TeACH)”, funded within the Thematic Area “Environment”, 7°FP on Research (2008-2011).

- Contact person of the Joint Programming Iniziative (JPI) on the theme “Cultural Heritage, Climate Change and Security” coordinated by Italiy (MIinistry of Education, University and Research MIUR and Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities MIBAC) approved by the Council of the European Uninion (2010).

 

Membro dell'Executive Board ,con nomina del MIUR, della JPI “Cultural Heritage and Global Change: a new Challenge for Europe” coordinata dall'Italia in corso di implementazione (2010).

 

 

PARTICIPANT IN SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES

-          Member of the ‘Working group on the effects of SO2 and its derivative on natural ecosystems, agriculture, forestry and fisheries”, 1981.

-          Member of the scientific and organising committee for the European Conference ‘Science Technology and European Cultural Heritage', held in Bologna, June 1989.

-          Member of the scientific and organising committee for the CEC exhibit at Media Save Art ‘91 in Rome.

-          Member of evaluation panels of research proposal in the EC RTD Environment Programme 1990-1998 - area “Environmental Protection and Conservation of Europe's Cultural Heritage”.

-          Member of the directive board of the Italian Association of Archeaeometry (AIAr), since1994.

-          Member of the Organising Committee of the EC Conferences on Research for the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Opportunities for European Enterprises held in Rome (1997), Aachen (1998), Santiago de Compostela (1999), Strasbourg (2000), Cracow 2002 and London (2004).

-          Chairperson of the External Advisory Group (EAG) of the Key Action “The City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage” within the 5° EU Framework Programme on Research (1998-2002).

-          Peoject Reviewer of “Effects on rock of ambient levels of air pollutants on the Burrup Peninsula, Western Australia” funded by the Industry and Resources Department (Australia), 2006.

 

 

 

 

EDITORIAL ACTIVITY

-          Co-editor of ‘Science, Technology and European Cultural Heritage' published by Butterworth Press for the European Commission, 1991.

-          Member of the editorial board of Aerobiologia (Kluwer) from 1995 to 2006.

-         Member of the editorial board of Atmospheric Environment (Elsevier) since 1995.

-          Co-editor of the book Cultural Heritage and Aerobiology: Methods and Measurement Techniques (Ed. con P. Mandrioli e G. Caneva (ISBN 1-4020-1622-0) published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.

-          Co-editor of the book Global Climate Change Impact on Built Heritage and Cultural Landscape. The Noah's Ark Project. Atlas and Guidelines, ISBN 978-88-903028-0-0, 2007.

-          Member of the editorial board of International Journal of Architectural Heritage (Taylor & Francis) since 2008.

-          Referee of scientific papers for the following scientific magazines: Atmospheric Environment, Building and Environment, Grana, Earth Science Reviews, Environmental Science and Technology, Journal of Cultural Heritage, Journal of Aerosol Science, Sedimentology, Talanta, The Science of the Total Environment, Water Air and Soil Pollution.

 

 

ACADEMIC POSITION and INTERNATIONAL TRAINING

-        European Commission Advanced Study Course “Science and Technology of the Environment for the Sustainable Protection of Cultural Heritage” University College London (UCL), 8-19 April 2002

-          European Commission Advanced Study Course ‘Cultural Heritage Protection in a Sustainable Society', University College London UCL, 31st March – 11th April 2003.

-          European Commission Advanced Study Course “Innovative Technologies and Materials for the Conservation of Monuments”, Athens, 8-20 December 2003.

-          Contract Professor of “Chemistry applied to cultural heritage” from 1999 to 2005 at the Bologna University, Faculty of Science.

-          Contract Professor of “Environmental Physics” since 2000 at the Bologna University, Faculty of Science.

-          Contract Professor of “Climate and Cultural Heritage” since 2004 at the Bologna University, Faculty of Science.

-          Professor at the University of  Malta within the bilateral convention Italy-Malta (2006, 2008).

-          European Doctoral Course on “Global Climate Change and Cultural Heritage”, European University Centre for Cultural Heritage, Ravello, 2007.

-          Supervisor within the EC EPISCON of the UE Marie Curie Action (2006-2009).

 

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