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InnovaConcrete | Seminar on 'Protection of cultural heritage with innovative materials and techniques'

The Lab of Materials for Cultural Heritage and Modern Building (MaCHMoB) of the Technical University of Crete organized a seminar on ‘Protecting cultural heritage with modern materials and methods: applications to 20th century concrete monuments’, on February 15, 2020, at the Center of Mediterranean Architecture, Chania, Crete.

The workshop was addressed to Engineers, Conservators and Archaeologists dealing with the preservation of the cultural heritage and in particular with reinforced concrete structures. Innovative nano-technology materials, as well as construction control techniques will be presented.

The conference was organized as part of the program InnovaConcrete (Horizon 2020) by Professor Noni Maravelaki, Head of the Lab of Materials for Cultural Heritage and Modern Building Laboratory, TUC School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete. The workshop was supported from the Municipality of Chania, as well as from the companies Nanophos and Dalkafoukis OIKOS.

Contact: innovaconcrete<at>isc.tuc.gr
 

PROGRAM
 

9:00-10:15

Registration and Welcome note

10:15-10:45

Prof. Maria Mosquera, Universidad de Cádiz, Ισπανία
Coordinator of European Programme  Η2020 InnovaConcrete

The INNOVACONCRETE project

10:45-11:15

Gunny Harboe, ICOMOS, Chair of awareness committee of INNOVACONCRETE

Historical and Philosophical intervention

11:15-11:35

Antonio TebarSika, Spain

InnovaConcrete Exploitation out of the Boundaries of the Research Project

11:35-12:00

Break

12:00-12:20

Prof Konstantinos Providakis, Dean of the School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete

Non-destructive Controls on Reinforced Concrete Structures

12:20-12:40

Dr. Giorgos Anyfantis, Chemist, NanoPhos

NanoPhos' Contribution to Building Protection

12:40-13:10

Prof. Noni Maravelaki, School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete

Applications and Capabilities in the Protection of Monuments with Nano-Materials

13:10-13:30

Discussion

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