A novel versatile hyperspectral camera for the study of cultural heritage objects: examples of applications at different spatial scales and in different spectral ranges


Neville Hogan Daniela Comelli Associate professor at Politecnico di Milano

Daniela Comelli

Politecnico di Milano


SPEAKER BIO

Daniela Comelli is the head of the ArtIS (Imaging and Spectroscopy for Art) research group at the Physics Department of Politecnico di Milano. Therein, the research activity is focused on the development of laser-based spectroscopy techniques for the in-situ study of works of art and the non-invasive characterization of organic and inorganic compounds relevant in the field of Conservation Science, including time-resolved fluorescence imaging, hyperspectral imaging, remote Raman mapping and micro-Raman spectroscopy.
Her research activity is proved by the publication of more than 100 scientific papers in international ISI journals and international conference proceedings (h-index: 24).

Daniela Comelli (30 June 1974):
Degree in Electronic Engineer in 1999, PhD in Physics in 2002.
2004-2011: Permanent researcher at Politecnico di Milano.
2011-today: Associate professor at Politecnico di Milano.


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