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Austin Nevin

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    About

    Austin Nevin is a Researcher at the Institute of Nanotechnology and Photonics - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerca (IFN-CNR). His research focuses on the analysis of paintings and artist materials and their conservation. He serves on the Council of the International Institute for the Conservation of Artistic and Historic works (IIC) where he is also a Fellow. He was the coordinator of the “Scientific Research Working Group” of the International Council of Museums - Council for Conservation (ICOM-CC) for 2011-2014.

    Co-authors (164)

    • Mohamed Gamal Rashed
    • Andrea Farina

    Publications (5)

    • A technical study of the materials and manufacturing process used in the Gallery wall paintings from the Jokhang temple, Tibet

      • Song Y
      • Gao F
      • Nevin A
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    • First principles study of the optical emission of cadmium yellow: Role of cadmium vacancies

      • Giacopetti L
      • Nevin A
      • Comelli D
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    • In situ imaging, elemental and molecular spectroscopy for the analysis of the construction and painting of a Late Period coffin at the Egyptian Museum of Cairo

      • Zidan E
      • Mosca S
      • Bellei S
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    • Raman mapping and time-resolved photoluminescence imaging for the analysis of a cross-section from a modern gypsum sculpture

      • Mosca S
      • Artesani A
      • Gulotta D
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    • Special issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry devoted to "chemistry and Cultural Heritage"

      • Melo M
      • Nevin A
      • Baglioni P
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