ResearchSpace Project Curator
Cristina is a Conservation Scientist with applied knowledge in the development of Information Technology for Cultural Heritage. She joined the ResearchSpace team in 2018, working on the development, design and implementation of the platform. She previously worked at the INFN Physics Department in Florence and the ENEA Research Centre in Rome, developing expertise in the synthesis of nanocomposites for conservative treatment of artistic stones and non-invasive analysis of paintings, such as PIXE, PIGE, SEM, Ionoluminescence, Laser Induced Fluorescence, scanning IR Reflectography and Multispectral Imaging. In 2013 she obtained a Master of Science Unesco in Open Source Technologies for Cultural Heritage, developing new skills in database development, GIS, web programming and specialising in 3D Photogrammetry Image-Based Modeling survey, 3D model visualisation and integration with imaging diagnostic researches. Before joining the ResearchSpace project she has been an IPERION-CH research fellow in the Scientific dept of the National Gallery in London, mainly working on digital documentation for the construction of a database of ground layers in paintings as an open access research resource.