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Interdisciplinary projects

ALMA Laboratory - Research Projects:

Czech Science Foundation – GA Standard projects

2004-2006 (3 years)  Material and micro-structural features in the dating and technological evaluation of the Mid-European painting - GA203/04/2091

2007-2009 (3 years)  Novel non-invasive and microanalytical methods for study of medieval paintings, origin of pigments and their chemical degradation - GA 203/07/1324

2012-2014 (3 years) Methods for multimodal image processing based on mathematical models of optical properties of paint material for artwork analysis, P103/12/2211

2014-2016 ( 3 years) Microanalysis of clay minerals in the fine art as a part of provenance studies, 14-22984S

 

 
Czech Science Foundation – GA Junior projects

2004-2006 (3 years) Application of X-ray microdiffraction to mineralogical analyses of works of art - KJB1032401

2006-2008 (3 years) Wall Painting Damage by Salts: Causes and Mechanisms- KJB400320602

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic

Applied research and development of national and cultural identity (NAKI)

2012-2015 (4 years) New portable instruments, laboratory and methodology for the non-destructive materials analysis of the fine art in the frame of cultural heritage protection

Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic

Centralised project 2012 (1 year) Strengthening of interdisciplinary education of restoration, art history and science students in the field of cultural heritage protection (international conference and publication) C 76

Centralised project 2013 (1 year)
Strengthening of interdisciplinary education of restoration, art history and science students in the field of cultural heritage protection (international conference and publication and students workshops) C 25

Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic

2005 (1 year) Comprehensive methodology for non-destructive microanalyses of colour layers and micro-traces - RN20052005001.

EU – Eu-ARTECH program

2005 (1 year) Study of the painting technique of Johann Baptist Lampi, father and son, from the 19th century collection of Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic; verification of their authorship. (EU funded the work of the Italian partners; Alma’s activities were funded by the GA 203/04/2091 project in which the results are included)

 Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic – International Cooperation Projects

2009-2011 (3 years) Phase and structural X-ray analysis and microanalysis of traditional art pigments used in Mid-European painting (with the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland)

Alma’s activities are also funded by the institutional means of both institutors.