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Enrico Sassoni

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-IND/22 Materials Science and Technology

Collaborations

Collaboration with:
Princeton University
Country:
United States of America
Description:
The research carried out in collaboration with Prof. George W. Scherer of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is aimed at developing new phosphate-based treatments for consolidation and protection of natural stones usedin historic architecture
Collaboration with:
University of Göttingen
Country:
Germany
Description:
The research, carried out in collaboration with Prof. Siegfried Siegesmund, is aimed at studying the microstructural factors determining the susceptibility of marble to thermal weathering (especially bowing of thin slabs) and developing innovative materials and techniques for its mitigation.
Collaboration with:
Royal Palace of Versailles and LRMH
Country:
France
Description:
The research, carried out in collaboration with Dr. Véronique Vergès-Belmin (LRMH, Paris) and Dr. Olivier Rolland and Dr. Azzurra Palazzo (Royal Palace of Versailles, France), is aimed at field testing of innovative materials for stone conservation, by pilot application to marble sculptures in the park of the Royal Palace of Versailles and by monitoring over time the tretament performance.
Collaboration with:
ICVBC-CNR
Country:
Italy
Description:
The research, carried out in collaboration with Dr. Claudia Conti, Dr. Chiara Colombo and Dr. Marco Realini, is aimed at characterizing innovative materials for protection and consolidation of stone by advanced techniques (e.g., neutron radiography).
Collaboration with:
EMPA
Country:
Switzerland
Description:
The research carried out in collaboration with Prof. Pietro Lura and Dr. Michele Griffa deals with the use of dynamic X-ray radiography and micro-tomography for the characterizion of consolidants used in architectural restoration
Collaboration with:
Università degli Studi di CAGLIARI
Country:
Italy
Description:
The research, carried out in collaboration with Dr. Girogio Pia and Prof. Ulrico Sanna, is aimed at developing new methods based on fractal geometry for predicting microstractural and physical properties of stones used in historic architecture

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