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AMMC 2013 - Programme

Program of Conference AMMC 2013 
Mortars: framework and finishing element in architecture. Knowing the past to plan the future. 
Here you will find the program of the Conference on Florence 7-8 February 2013 

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Thursday - 7 February 2013

  • 9:00 – 9:30 Registration and opening of the Conference by the President AIAR- Italian Association of Archaeometry Maria Perla Colombini and the President FIC - Italian Lime Forum Andrea Rattazzi.
  • 9.30-10.00 Invited Lecture Prof. Alf Lindroos Abo Akademi (University of  Finland) "LIME MORTARS AS A MATERIALS FOR C-14 DATING". 

Topic: Ancient Mortars Dating - Chairman Carmine Lubritto (University of Napoli)

  • 10:00 – 10:20 S. Nonni (University of Roma La Sapienza)  "NEW APPLICATIVE DEVELOPMENTS ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL MORTAR: 14C DATING WITH CRYOSONIC PROTOCOL (CIRCE)".
  • 10:20 – 10:40  G. Stella (University of Catania) 'DIFFERENT METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR DATING ANCIENT MORTARS BY OSL".
  • 10:40 – 11:00  Coffee break 

Topic: Historic Mortars Characterizations - Chairman  Marco Benvenuti (University of Firenze)

  • 11:00 – 11:20  M. Caroselli  (University of Modena e Reggio) “PETROGRAPHY OF MORTARS AND PLASTERS FROM THE BONCOMPAGNI LUDOVISI CASTLE OF VIGNOLA, MODENA (ITALY)”.
  • 11:20 – 11.40  M. Secco  (University of Padova)  “CHARACTERIZATION STUDIES ON CEMENT CONGLOMERATES FROM HISTORIC REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES”.
  • 11.40 – 12:00  V. La Spina (University of Cartagena -Spain) “THE ANCIENT GYPSUM MORTARS OF THE HISTORICAL FAÇADES IN THE CITY CENTRE OF VALENCIA (SPAIN)”.
  • 12:00 – 12:20  D. Barca  (University of Calabria) “PROVENANCE OF GLASS SHARDS RECOVERED INTO THE PLASTERS OF TEOPANCAZCO IN TEOTIHUACAN (CENTRAL MEXICO)”.
  • 12:20 – 12.40  E. Costa (University of Torino) “INVESTIGATION ABOUT ANCIENT MORTARS AND PLASTERS IN THE MONDOVÌ CATHEDRAL (CUNEO, ITALY)”.
  • 13:00 – 14:00  buffet
  • 14.00-14.30 Invited Lecture Prof. John Hughes (University of the West of Scotland) “MORTAR CHARACTERISATION: CURRENT TRENDS AND APPLICATIONS”.

Topic: Historic Mortars Characterizations - Chairman Alessandra  Bonazza (C.N.R. ISAC Bologna)

  • 14:30 – 14:50  A. Pecci  (University of Calabria) “RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF PLASTERS IN ITALY: ACTIVITY AREAS AND THE FUNCTION OF STRUCTURES”.
  • 14:50 – 15:10 S. Vassallo (Superintendence for Architectural Heritage and Landscape    Preservation in Liguria) “GENOESE INTONACHINO PLASTERS BETWEEN THE 14TH AND THE 18TH CENTURY: ARCHAEOMETRIC ANALYSES”.
  • 15:10 – 15:30  G. Quarta (C.N.R. IBAM –Lecce) “THE PLASTERS OF THE “PALMIERI HYPOGEUM” IN LECCE (SOUTHERN ITALY).ANALYSES OF AN UNUSUAL FINISHING PLASTER AND NEW DATA ON THE USE OF  THE SPARRY CALCITE PLASTER IN ANTIQUITY”.
  • 15:30 – 15:50  L. Amadei  (C.N.R. ISTEC Faenza) “MONASTIC COMPLEX OF SAINT SEVERO IN CLASSE (RA): ARCHAEOMETRIC STUDY OF MORTARS”.
  • 15:50 – 16:10  R. Bugini  (C.N.R. ICVBC – Milano) “ON THE PROVENANCE OF QUARTZ CRYSTALS IN ROMAN PLASTER AGGREGATES”.
  • 16:10 – 16:30 D. Tapete  (University of Firenze) “INSIGHTS INTO THE LIME-BASED MORTARS AND CARBONATE INCRUSTATION PROCESSES OF MURAL PAINTINGS IN ROMAN CATACOMBS”. 
  • 16:30 – 16:50 Coffee break

 Topic: Historic Mortars Characterizations - Chairman Elena Pecchioni (University of Firenze)

  • 16:50 – 17:10 M. C.Pons (University of the Balearic Islands) “APPLICATIONS OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A COASTAL DEFENCE TOWER”.
  • 17:10 – 17:30 F.Fratini  (C.N.R. ICVBC –Firenze) “AN UNUSUAL MORTAR WITH A MAGNESIUM BINDER IN THE PERSEUS OF GIOVAN BATTISTA PIERATTI IN BOBOLI GARDENS (FLORENCE)".

Topic:  Traditional and Innovative Mortars Against Hazards

  • 17:30 – 17:50  R. Quaresima (University of L’Aquila) “IMPORTANCE OF COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE OF  MORTARS  IN THE DURABILITY OF BUILDINGS: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA   (ITALY)”.

Topic: Deteriorations and Durability, including Masonry and Mural Paintings

  • 17:50 – 18:10 M. Rodica Ion  (ICECHIM Bucharest) “NANO MATERIALS FOR RESTORATION WORKS FROM BASARABI CHALK CHURCHES”.

During the conference will be available optical microscopes for the characterization of samples of mortars. The results will be the subject of discussion at the technical workshop the next day.


Friday - 8 February 2013

  • 09:30 – 10:00  Invited Lecture Prof. Johannes Weber (University of Applied Arts Vienna) "19TH CENTURY CEMENT MORTARS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE". 

Topic: New Materials compatible for Restoration Works and Structural Rehabilitation Interventions - Chairman Andrea Rattazzi (Banca della Calce, Bologna)

  • 10:00 – 10:20  C. Nunes  (University of Prague – Cz) “SALT RESISTANCE OF LIME-BASED MORTARS WITH LINSEED OIL”.
  • 10:20 – 10:40  P. Meloni  (University of Cagliari) “LIME PUTTY IN STONE CONSERVATION: A CRITICAL  REVIEW ABOUT AGING”.

  • 10:40 – 11:00 Coffee Break
  • 11:00 – 11:20 C. Pelosi  (University of Tuscia) “ANALYSIS AND LABORATORY TESTS TO EVALUATE THE COMPOSITION AND THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOME DEHUMIDIFYING LIME MORTARS USED IN THE RESTORATION  FIELD”.
  • 11:20 – 11:40 L. Appolonia (LAS, Department of the education and culture of the Autonomous Region of Valle d’Aosta)  “WHICH RESTORATION MORTAR? ANALYSES AND VALIDATION: METHODS AND ISSUES”.
  • 11:40 – 12:00 N. Bianco  (C.N.R. IBAM –Lecce) “NEW HYDRAULIC MORTARS AND PROBLEMS RELATIVE TO THE EVALUATION OF THEIR SUITABILITY FOR RESTORATION”.
  • 12.00 – 12.20 S.Kramar (University of Ljubljana –Slovenia)  “MECHANICAL AND MICROSTRUCTURAL PROPERITES OF FLY ASH BASED GEOPOLYMER MORTARS”.

  • 12:20 – 13:00 Session Poster

  • 13:00 – 14:00  Buffet

  • 14:30 – 17:00 Techinical Workshop  and Discussion

 


 Session Poster - Friday 8 February

  • G.Brun (University of Milano) “DE MALTA ANCIENT AND EARLY MEDIEVAL RECIPES ON MORTARS MAKING”.
  • M.G. D’Amelio (University of Roma Tor Vergata) “SUBSTITUTING STONES WITH PLASTER: RESEARCH, TECHNIQUES AND CONSERVATION ISSUES”.
  • L. Bonizzoni (University of Milano) “BEYOND THE EXCAVATION: SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS FOR THE RECOVERY OF STRATIGRAPHIC INFORMATION”. 
  • M.P. Riccardi (University of Pavia) “EARTHEN MORTARS IN CREMONA: CHARACTERIZATION AND FIRST HYPOTHESIS OF DATING”.
  • R. Agostino  (Superintendence for Architectural Heritage of Calabria) “FROM REGIUM IULIUM TO TAURIANUM: BINDERS, FLOORS AND WALL COVERING, DECORATIVE FEATURES”.
  • M. Cofani (University of Milano) “HISTORICAL HYDRAULIC MORTARS MADE WITH NON-HYDRAULIC LIME: STUDIES AND USE IN THE VERONA ARENA RESTORATION BETWEEN XVIII AND XIX CENTURY”.
  • S. De Notarpietro (University of Roma La Sapienza) “THE LITOCEMENTIZI MATERIALS IN THE ROMAN BUILDINGS POST UNIT. THE CASE OF THE EX GENERAL MARKETS IN OSTIENSE STREET”.
  • S. Gialanella (University of Trento) “MORTARS, AND RELATED PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, FROM THE MEDIEVAL SITE OF SAN ROCCO – VITTORIO VENETO, ITALY”.
  • V.Nežerka (University of Prague) “NANOINDENTATION OF HYDRATION PRODUCTS IN COCCIOPESTO MORTARS”.
  • R. Reale (University of Roma La Sapienza) “CHARACTERIZATION OF A MASONRY COMING FROM THE COUNTRY CHURCH “SAN MAURIZIO” LOCATED AT ITTIRI (SS), ITALY”.
  • F. Branda (University of Napoli) “COMPARISON OF MORTARS OF RIONE TERRA OF POZZUOLI“.
  • C. Corti (University of Como dell’Insubria) “THE HISTORICAL MORTARS FROM THE ARSENAL OF AMALFI: INORGANIC AND ORGANIC CHARACTERISATION”.
  • S.M. Grillo (University of Cagliari) “THE MATERIAL-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEFENCE-TOWERS IN WESTERN SARDINIA”.
  • D. Miriello (University of Calabria) “FAST MEASUREMENTS UNDER NATURAL AND POLARIZED LIGHT OF ANCIENT MORTARS USING IMAGE ANALYSIS FREE-SOFTWARE”.
  • R. Bugini (C.N.R. ICVBCB Milano) “THE MORTAR AGGREGATES IN THE ITALIAN ANCIENT TREATISES”.
  • C. Ciantelli (C.N.R. ISAC Bologna) “HYDRAULIC REACTIONS CHARACTERIZING ANCIENT MORTARS AT THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PETRA”.
  •  R. De Luca (University of Calabria)  “ARCHAEOMETRIC STUDY OF MORTARS AND PLASTERS FROM THE ROMAN CITY OF POLLENTIA (MALLORCA-SPAIN): PRELIMINARY RESULTS”.
  • G. Eramo (University of Bari) "NORMAN MANSONRY TECHNIQUES AT MONTECORVINO (FOGGIA, 11TH -15TH CENTURY)".
  • G. Ruggiero (University of Bari) “BUILDING STRATIFICATION OF THE CASTLE OF LUCERA (13TH  – 14TH  CENTURY,  ITALY): MORTARS TELL HISTORY”.
  • M. Gutman (University of Poljanska Ljubljana) “CHARACTERISATION OF WALL PAINTING MORTARS FROM THE ROMAN EMONA (LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA)”.
  • M. Tomassetti (University of Roma La Sapienza) “SUITABLE CLASSIFICATION OF MORTARS FROM ANCIENT ROMAN AND RENAISSANCE FRESCOES USING THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CHEMOMETRICS”.
  • P. Meloni (University of Cagliari) “MODERN HYDRAULIC MORTARS: READY-MIXED COMMERCIAL MORTARS AND LIME-BASED SYSTEMS CONTAINING  HYDRAULIC ADDITIVES”.
  • E. Cantisani (C.N.R ICVBC Firenze) “THE CALCEDOC PROJECT”.
  • P. Fermo (University of Milano) “TRANSPARENT ORGANIC/NANO-OXIDES FILMS FOR CULTURE-STONES PROTECTIVE MATERIALS”.
  • P. Meloni  (University of Cagliari) “POROSITY AND PERMEABILITY OF HYDRAULIC MORTARS FOR SPECIAL AND  FUNCTIONAL USE”.
  • D. Gulotta (University of Milano) “COMPATIBILITY AND DURABILITY OF COMMERCIAL NHL BINDERS AND MORTARS FOR THE CONSERVATION OF THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE”.
  • N. Chiarelli (University of Firenze) "ARCHAEOMETRIC STUDY OF NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL STONE MATERIALS FROM SAINT NICCOLO'S CHURCH AT MONTIERI (TUSCANY):PRELIMINARY RESULTS".

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