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ABOUT THE PROJECT:

APACHE aim is to find a solution to the long-term preservation questions raised by billions of objects collected in museum, library and archive storages by developing:
  • multi-scale modelling to predict Cultural Heritage degradation;
  • new generation of active and intelligent storage crates, archive boxes and display cases to improve storage and exhibition;
  • collaborative decision-making tools for preventive maintenance.
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NEWS & EVENTS

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

  • European Colloid & Interface Society (ECIS) conference 2020 | 6-11 September 2020 (Athens – Greece)
  • Conference “Látkép2020” | 24-26 September 2020 (Budapest – Hungary)
  • Girl’s day | 1 October 2020 (Budapest – Hungary)
  • Conferencias sobre nano-materais Sistema-nano: pesquisa e aplicacao para o patrimonio cultural | 1 October 2020 (Rio de Janeiro – Brasil)
  • International Conference on Indoor Air Quality in Heritage and Historic Environments | 12-14 October 2020 (Antwerp – Belgium)
  • Researchers’ Night | 27 November 2020 (Budapest – Hungary)
  • Museum Digit | November 2020 (Budapest – Hungary)
  • WORKSHOP “Nano-systems: research and applications on cultural heritage” | February 2021 (Budapest – Hungary)

🇪🇬 #Saqqara, the mummies are fighting back #COVID-19 anxiety. A dusty necropolis south of Cairo, has become instrumental in Egypt's fightback against a tourist slump.
https://t.co/PovMyQnENc https://t.co/Sqw7Y975kQ
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Prof Piero Baglioni @UNI_FIRENZE giving an overview on the development of nanomaterials for conservation/preservation of cultural heritage...starting from the 1966 flood of the Arno and the need of new methods for the conservation of damaged artefacts in Florence. @apache_h2020 https://t.co/jw8TQlrKQc apache_h2020 photo

🔴 Case Study #3 | Parade Saddles displayed in the Civic Museum of Palazzo D’Avalos in #Vasto (Abruzzo Region – Central Italy), a building of the XV century adapted to museum and subject to action of sea aerosols even if 144 meters above sea level.
▶️ https://t.co/Xw7uSVopWt https://t.co/jd2HgvPd7o
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PROJECT COORDINATOR

CSGI – Consorzio Interuniversitario per lo Sviluppo dei Sistemi a Grande Interfase

(Firenze, IT)

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