Communication

BIPAC '22 Annual Workshop "L’ecosistema Patrimonio Culturale"

The role of Cultural Heritage research on economical, social and environmental sustainability is nowadays a well-studied subject. The BiPAC Workshop ’22 presents the Cultural Heritage research as a consolidated ecosystem, in respect of the Law statements and the conservation and preservation needs. A complex group of heterogeneous entities that, cooperating, found a specific role in the society. Access:  The seats are limited. Please subscribe by filling out the form: https://forms.gle/R556Qh1z9STrTTrQ9

MetroArcheo 2021, October 20-22, Milano (Italy)

The laboratory team organized the special session “Recent advancements in dating methods” at MetroArcheo 2021 conference held in Milan at the Università Statale. Dr. Laura Panzeri presented the oral speech “The activities of the LAMBDA (Laboratory of Milano Bicocca university for Dating and Archaeometry): what’s new?”

Lambda at the XI National Congress on Archaeometry

Lambda joined the XI AIAR Conference in Napoli, 28-30 July 2021, and presented the last results in pigments characterization and 3D archaeological fruition. During the conference professor Marco Martini was nominated honorary member of AIAR (Associazione Italiana di Archeometria), together with professor Giovanni Gigante and professor Ferruccio Petrucci

Lambda registered in the IAEA XRF Facility Database

Lambda is now registered in the International Atomic Energy Agency XRF Facility Database.This year it will take part in the worldwide Proficiency Test for Nuclear and Related Analytical Techniques Laboratories PTNATIAEA19.The test involves distributing to participating laboratories a “clay sample” and a “plant sample” with established homogeneity and composition. The IAEA worldwide Proficiency Test for Nuclear and Related Analytical Techniques Laboratories is organized once per year by the NuclearScience and

Workshop "Artificial Intelligence per l'Arte"

On 11th March 2021 at 16.45 the BIPAC centre (Centro interdipartimentale di ricerca sul patrimonio storico artistico e culturale) will present the workshop “Artificial Intelligence for Art”. The workshop will be held by experts from Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Università di Torino, and Meet Digital Culture Center. To view the live event click here.

Restorations on the run | a "metaphysical" research

UNIVERSITY OF MILANO BICOCCA – PINACOTECA DI BRERA Event type: Video   Analysis and restoration on the “Corsa di cavalli nella stanza”, painted by Giorgio De Chirico. University of Milano Bicocca meets Pinacoteca di Brera for the restoration of the work “Corsa di cavalli nella stanza” by Giorgio De Chirico. Four videos will lead the audience discovering the painting through history, science and restoration. You can also see the promo

"Nel Quarto Stato". A book on the campaign of the painting by Giuseppe Pelizza da Volpedo

A new study on the “Quarto Stato” painting by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, exposed in Milan at the Museo del Novecento is the subject of the book “Nel Quarto Stato. Indagine interdisciplinare sull’opera di Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo” (Nomosis Editore), edited by Rita Capurro, Anna Galli (Lambda Laboratory) and Gregorio Taccola. The publication is one of the results of Mobartech project, sponsored by Regione Lombardia (PON FESR funds). The Lambda

Leonardo and Madonna Litta on "Dyes and Pigments"

A new goal: the results of the diagnostic campaign on the works of the exhibition “Leonardo e la Madonna Litta” at Museo Poldi Pezzoli are published on Dyes and Pigments (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S014372082031809X). The work was possible thanks to the collaboration between Lambda, the Bioimaging and Molecular Phisiology Institute of CNR, and the Physics Department of the University of Milano. The paper is available here

New paper on Ossimo-Pat dating campaign

We published a work on the surface dating of some rocks from the Ossimo-Pat megalithic complex. It is a complex structure of 4000 mq. Giancarlo Zerla discovered the first decorated stele covered in woods in 1994, and the excavation continues since then. The work was possible thanks to the collaboration between Lambda and the research group of Raffaella Poggiani Keller. The paper is available here