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Gian Carlo Grillini

Adjunct professor

Department of Cultural Heritage

Curriculum vitae

Gian Carlo Grillini graduated with honors (110/110 cum laude) in Geological Science at the University of Bologna and soon after he received the award “Ciro Andreatta” for the best degree thesis.

His research uses mineralogical and petrographic methods applied to natural and artificial stones to characterise the decay of geomaterials from historical buildings in order to devise appropriate conservation and restoration procedures.

He is author/co-author of over 140 publications appeared in national and international journals and/or presented at national and international conferences, as is apparent from the list of published works.

He teaches as an adjunct professor at the School of Mosaic Restoration (Architectural and Landscape governmental authority of Ravenna), the Faculty of Architecture (University of Ferrara), the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna and the Degree in Technology for Conservation and Restoration and (LMCU) in Conservation and restoration of cultural Heritage (University of Bologna – Ravenna Campus).

He supervised over 60 degree theses at the Universities of Ferrara, Florence and Cesena (Faculty of Architecture), Bologna and Venice (Faculty of Science) and Bologna Academy of Fine Arts.

He was invited speaker at several seminars andadvanced training courses on the characterization of natural and artificial stones (rocks, mortar, plaster, mosaics, tiles and terracotta), clays used in ceramics and diagnostic tests for the restoration and conservation of historical and modern buildings.

He is the member n.300 of the professional Geologist Specialist register of the Regione Emilia Romagna (Italy).

By government decree he has been appointed as Honorary Inspector of the Archaeological Authority of Emilia Romagna, for the preservation and protection of cultural and archaeological heritage.


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