Organization

ISPC Organizational chart

ISPC Director

Costanza Miliani received her MSc (1995) and PhD (1999) in Chemical Sciences from the Università Degli Studi di Perugia, and her Executive Master of Business Administration (2019) in Management of Research Infrastructures from the Università Degli Studi Milano-Bicocca. She is the author of over 140 articles concerning the physical chemistry of materials of relevance to cultural heritage (H‐index=43 and 5190 citations, from Google Scholar), co-editor the RSC book “Art and Science: the painted surface” and editor of the open access journal “Heritage”.

Principal Investigator of regional, national and European projects in Heritage Science, Costanza Miliani is currently coordinator-elected of the European mobile platform MOLAB which is providing access to non-invasive mobile diagnostic laboratories for research scientists in Heritage Science and member of the E-RIHS (European Research Infrastructure in Heritage Science) interim governing board. She is a member of the executive board of the Center of Excellent SMAArt (Scientific Methodologies applied to Archaeology and Art) of Università di Perugia and the scientific board of the Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts of Northwestern University in Chicago.


ISPC Secretariat

Segreteria ISPC

Fabio Fortinguerra

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Segreteria ISPC

Federica Mitolo De Donno

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Segreteria ISPC

Silvia Palchetti

Florence
Segreteria ISPC

Emilio Paticchio

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Fabio Fortinguerra

Long experience in the field of Social Security Law and legal issues related to Preventive Archaeology, safeguarding, fruition and enhancement of Cultural Heritage. Particular expertise in the field of Private Law and Company and Business Law, with particular depth of issues related to the Private Autonomy, the Contracts and the Civil Liability.
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Federica Mitolo De Donno

Head of the ISPC Management Secretariat. ISPC Protocol Manager. Member of the ISPC board. Management of ISPC conventions and agreements. Reporting of projects. Administrative activity. Administrative law and civil law. Resource management. Use of SIGLA. Contractual aspects and fiscal discipline in the management of research activities.
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Emilio Paticchio

Deputy Head of the Management Secretariat; Protocol service; Consip instructor point.
Lecce

ISPC branch managers

Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Lorenza Ilia Manfredi

Rome
Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Nicola Masini

Potenza
Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Marco Realini

Milan
Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Cristiano Riminesi

Florence
Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Francesco Paolo Romano

Catania
Responsabili Sedi ISPC

Giuseppe Scardozzi

Lecce

Lorenza Ilia Manfredi

Dr. Manfredi's research activity focuses on the field of archaeology, archaeometallurgy, history and Phoenician and Punic numismatics of the Western Mediterranean, with particular expertise in the pre-Roman Maghreb and the Adriatic area.

Rome

Nicola Masini

Remote sensing and data science methodologies for archaeological research, landscape archeology and risk analysis of cultural heritage. Integration and fusion of heterogeneous multi-sensor data for the estoration of the architectural and artistic heritage. Integrated approaches to the study of the dynamics of human frequentation and environmental changes in the Andean civilizations.

Potenza

Marco Realini

Conservation of surfaces and planned maintenance. Inorganic treatments for architectural surfaces. Development of instrumentation and methodologies for diagnostics and monitoring of surfaces and their state of conservation.
Milan

Cristiano Riminesi

Study of techniques and systems based on physical methods for the conservation of inorganic and organic materials (wood, paper and wooden materials) Techniques and methodologies for risk assessment for conservation cultural heritage assets by monitoring and controlling of chemical, physical and mechanical parameters trough dedicated systems and sensors.
Florence

Francesco Paolo Romano

Development and application of mobile instrumentation and analytical methodologies based on the use of X-rays (XRF, MA-XRF imaging, XRF confocal, XRD, PIXE) for the non-invasive characterization of archaeological materials and art objects. Compositional and stratigraphic studies of polychromy, copper-based alloys, native gold, obsidians in Archaeology and on paintings in Art history. XRAYLab coordinator.
Catania

Giuseppe Scardozzi

Research director with long experience in the fields of ancient topography, archaeological mapping, aerial-topography for archaeology, landscape archaeology end remote sensing for archaeology, with particular expertise also in the study of ancient marble and alabaster quarries in Asia Minor.
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ISPC Administrative branch managers  

Responsabili Amministrativi ISPC

Anna Maria Briuolo

Potenza
Responsabili Amministrativi ISPC

Marilena Lucia De Marco

Lecce
Responsabili Amministrativi ISPC

Gabriella Leanza

Catania
Responsabili Amministrativi ISPC

Silvia Palchetti

Florence

Anna Maria Briuolo

Administrative manager
Potenza

Marilena Lucia De Marco

Lecce

Gabriella Leanza

Catania

ISPC board

Consiglio d’Istituto

Andrea Angelini

Researcher

Rome
Consiglio d’Istituto

Angela Calia

Senionr Researcher

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Consiglio d’Istituto

Claudia Caliri

Researcher

Catania
Consiglio d’Istituto

Emma Cantisani

Researcher

Florence
Consiglio d’Istituto

Antonio Maria Francesco Cavallaro

Senior Researcher

Catania
Consiglio d’Istituto

Salvatore Fiorino

Technician

Rome
Consiglio d’Istituto

Giovanni Leucci

Research Director

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Consiglio d’Istituto

Federica Mitolo De Donno

Administrative

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Consiglio d’Istituto

Paola Moscati

Research Director

Rome

Andrea Angelini

Researcher

Archeologo, esperto in tecniche di rilevamento digitale ed elaborazione dati 3D, da diversi anni si occupa di tematiche di ricerca inerenti il rapporto tra Rilievo e Rappresentazione digitale finalizzato alla conoscenza di siti archeologici e di monumenti architettonici; docente in convenzione di Cartografia Tematica presso la Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Naturali e Territoriali (SSBNT) di Sapienza Università di Roma, dal 2019 è direttore dello scavo archeologico presso il sito di Tell el-Maskhuta, Egitto.

 
Rome

Angela Calia

Senionr Researcher

Mineralogical-petrographic and chemical-physical applications for archaeometry and diagnosis Petrophysical, mechanical characterization and artificial ageing of stone materials for the study of decay and conservation problems Integrated diagnostics and correlations between destructive and non-destructive tests Development and performance assessment of stone conservation treatments.

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Claudia Caliri

Researcher

Claudia Caliri received her PhD in Physics from the University of Catania in 2017. The focus of her scientific activity is the X-ray spectroscopy aimed to the development and employment of portable instrumentation and advanced analytical methods for the non-destructive characterization of cultural objects and archaeological materials. XRAYLab staff.
Catania

Emma Cantisani

Researcher

Mineralogical, petrographic and physico- mechanical methods for natural and artificial lapideous stones for archaeometric and conservative purposes. Optical and electronic microscopy, X ray based techniques for ceramics, glasses, pigments and archaeological wood. New products and techniques for diagnostic and restoration of archaeological and architectonic heritage.
Florence

Antonio Maria Francesco Cavallaro

Senior Researcher

Dr. Cavallaro mainly deals with static and dynamic geotechnical tests, both on situ and in the laboratory, of seismic risk, in particular for areas of monumental interest, of local seismic response studies, seismic amplification and liquefaction of soils.
Catania

Salvatore Fiorino

Technician

"System specialist in web environment", "Database administrator", expert in "LAMP" systems (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP).

Rome

Giovanni Leucci

Research Director

Giovanni Leucci is a researcher at the Institute of Cultural Heritage Sciences - National Research Council (ISPC – CNR). He received MS degree in Physics from the University of Salento and PhD in Environmental Geophysics from the University of Messina. He has twenty years working on all aspects of exploration geophysics with more than 200 publications and many international awards.
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Federica Mitolo De Donno

Administrative

Head of the ISPC Management Secretariat. ISPC Protocol Manager. Member of the ISPC board. Management of ISPC conventions and agreements. Reporting of projects. Administrative activity. Administrative law and civil law. Resource management. Use of SIGLA. Contractual aspects and fiscal discipline in the management of research activities.
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Paola Moscati

Research Director

Archaeologist, her research interest focuses on topographical studies and computer applications. Scientific director of the research project Archeology and Information Society and Editor in Chief of the journal Archeologia e Calcolatori, she coordinates the international project of the Virtual Museum of Archaeological Computing, conducted in agreement with the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.
Rome