Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Archaeological Materials Science Seminar - series 2018-2020
Unveiling the invisible: From thermal analysis on frescoes to virtual restoration of manuscripts
Dr Simone Parisotto, University of Cambridge
Dr Simone Parisotto received the PhD degree in Mathematical Analysis at the Cambridge Centre for Analysis, University of Cambridge (UK) in 2019. Before that, he received the BSc and the MSc degree in Mathematics at the University of Verona (ITA). He is currently a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, in the Cambridge Image Analysis group and the Fitzwilliam Museum, working on mathematical applications for Cultural Heritage imaging data. His research interests focus also on variational and numerical methods for inverse imaging problems.