Terahertz imaging wooden statues

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Terahertz in Sicily. Wooden Statues

I invite inter­na­tional researchers and train­ing stu­dents to apply tech­ni­cal art exam­i­na­tion meth­ods to field projects in Sicily that I’m already work­ing on with other sci­en­tists and Sicil­ian pro­fes­sion­als in the cul­tural her­itage sec­tor. Two weeks ago I hosted Corinna Koch Dan­dolo, cur­rently PhD stu­dent at the pres­ti­gious DTU (Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­sity of Den­mark) Fotonik – Depart­ment of Pho­ton­ics Engi­neer­ing. I already posted on her THz exam­i­na­tion of the newly dis­cov­ered fres­coes in Aci Sant’Antonio. Her research focuses on devel­op­ing appli­ca­tions for cul­tural her­itage exam­i­na­tion for the advanced 3D THz (Ter­a­hertz) imag­ing tech­nique. This is a post about the tech­nique “Ter­a­hertz and Art Exam­i­na­tion.” This study has been sup­ported by her super­vi­sor, Prof. Peter Uhd Jepsen, leader of the ‘Ter­a­hertz Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy” group, who was so kind to send Corinna for these case stud­ies in Sicily. To the best of our knowl­edge, this was the first Ter­a­hertz art exam­i­na­tions in Sicily and one of the few in Italy.
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