Welcome to Giulia Franceschin
Giulia joins the CCHT as post doc researcher in the Cultural Heritage (CH) Materials Characterization and Protection group. After a master degree in Materials Engineering at the University of Padua (2014), she obtained a PhD degree at the University of Paris Diderot (France) in Surfaces, Interfaces and Functional Materials (2017), funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR). She is an expert of material chemistry and solid state physics, with a focus on the synthesis of nanomaterials and the study of complex and heterogeneous microstructures, such those found in CH materials. After her PhD, she had been collaborating for 2 years with the European Research Platform on Ancient Material (IPANEMA) in SOLEIL synchrotron (Paris) as a post doc researcher. She focused on the study of archeological ceramics and corroded metals by mean of advanced and synchrotron-based techniques. A big welcome to Giulia from all the CCHT research group!