Daniela Turcanu-Carutiu

Ovidius University

Prof. (full) Daniela Turcanu-Carutiu, Ph.D., Director to the Center of Expertise Art Works by Advanced Instrumental Methods, Institute of Science, Culture and Spirituality, \Ovidius\ University of Constanta, Romania. Research Interest is in the field of Physico - Chemical Investigation by Advanced Instrumental Methods for Authentication, Conservation, Restoration Art Works, Archaeology Components of Cultural Heritage, Materials: Pigments-Colors and Chromatology. Author of a reference book in the field of cultural heritage, co-author of numerous chapters, articles, published in internationally prestigious journals, citation in ISI Thomson Web of Science. Research Projects: An integrated approach for reinforcement of historical chalk monuments by means of Nanomaterials based treatments, New diagnosis and treatment technologies for the preservation and revitalization of archaeological components of the national cultural heritage.

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The integration of science with art is a complex process of analysis and the knowledge and understanding of the need to save and protect works of art as well as preserve and restore cultural heritage. This is generally provoked by the living necessity, profoundly human, to leave our inheritance to new generations, as intact as is possible, the testimonies of the past.The issues approached interfere with artistic criticism, for example, biological and physico-chemical analyses, and intelligent mathematical modeling systems such as Marker-less Augmented Reality, 3D Reconstruction, intelligent combinations of digital image analysis functions to recognize and estimate the possible evolution of color and shape to help experts make the best decisions about authenticating and preserving-restoring art objects.Advanced technical devices such as digital databases and other tools and materials can allow for the eradication of offenses such as false art and falsification.

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