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Dr. Eva Mariasole Angelin

Forschungsinstitut für Technik- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte

Objekt- und RestaurierungsforschungScholar in Residence

Telefon +49 2179 491
E-Mail e.angelin@deutsches-museum.de

Curriculum Vitae

  • Januar 2023 Scholar in Residence im Forschungsinstitut für Wissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte des Deutschen Museums in der Abteilung Objekt- und Restaurierungsforschung
  • 2021-2022: wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Abteilung Objekt- und Restaurierungsforschung des Deutschen Museums
  • 2021 - 2021: Forschungsstipendium, Lehrstuhl für Konservierung und Restaurierung der Neuen Universität Lissabon in dem Projekt: „Plastic Paints in Art: the impact of manufacturing processes on their long-term stability
  • 2016 - 2021: Promotion in Konservierungswissenschaften, Lehrstuhl für Konservierung und Restaurierung der Neuen Universität Lissabon; Thema der Promotion: „The fate of colors in the 20th - 21st centuries: preserving the organic colorants in plastic artifacts
  • 2012 - 2015: Master in Konservierungswissenschaften, Universität Parma; Thema der Masterarbeit: „Characterization of colorimetric properties and lightfastness of transparent polymeric materials used in restoration
  • 2008 - 2012: Bachelor in Konservierungswissenschaften, Universität Parma; Thema der Bachelorarbeit: „Update knowledge and complexity of museum lighting

Schwerpunkte der Forschungstätigkeit

Materialanaysen mittels FTIR, Raman, UV-Vis-NIR, Photolumineszenz, XRF

Alterung und Bewahrung von musealen Objekten aus Kunststoffen

Farbstabilität von synthetischen Materialien, Fotoalterung und Museumsbeleuchtung


  • Chavez Lozano M.V., Elsässer C., Angelin E.M.; Pamplona M. (2023). Shedding Light on Degradation Gradients in Celluloid: An ATR-FTIR Study of Artificially and Naturally Aged Specimens. Polymers, 15, 522, https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4360/15/3/522.

  • Micheluz A., Angelin E.M., Sawitzki J., Pamplona M. (2022): Plastics in robots: a degradation study of a humanoid skin mask made of soft urethane elastomer. Heritage Science 10, 4 (2022). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40494-021-00636-8

  • Micheluz A., Angelin E.M., Lopes J.A., Melo M.J., Pamplona M. (2021): Discoloration of Historical Plastic Objects: New Insight into the Degradation of β-Naphthol Pigment Lakes. Polymers.
    doi: 10.3390/.2021.polym13142278

  • Angelin E.M., França de Sá S., Soares .I, Callapez M.E., Ferreira J.L., Melo M.J., Bacci M., Picollo M. (2021): Application of infrared reflectance spectroscopy on plastics in cultural heritage collections: a comparative assessment of two portable mid-Fourier transform infrared reflection devices. Applied Spectroscopy, 75, 818-833.
  • Angelin E.M., Conceição Oliveira M., Nevin A., Picollo M., Melo M.J. (2021): To be or not to be an azo pigment: chemistry for the preservation of historical β-naphthol reds in cultural heritage. Dyes and Pigments, 190, 109244.
  • Angelin E.M., França de Sá S., Picollo M., Nevin A., Callapez M.E., Melo M.J. (2021): The identification of synthetic organic red pigments in historical plastics: developing an in situ analytical protocol based on Raman microscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 52, 145-158.
  • Angelin E.M., Ghirardello M., Babo S., Picollo M., Chelazzi L., Melo M.J., Nevin A., Valentini G., Comelli D. (2020): The multi-analytical in situ analysis of cadmium-based pigments in plastics. Microchemical Journal, 157, 105004.
  • Nunes S., Ramacciotti F., Neves A., Angelin E.M., Ramos A.M., Roldão É., Wallaszkovits N., Armijo A.A., Melo M.J. (2020): A diagnostic tool for assessing the conservation condition of cellulose nitrate and acetate in heritage collections: quantifying the degree of substitution by infrared spectroscopy. Heritage Science, 8, 1-14.
  • Neves A., Angelin E.M., Roldão É., Melo M.J. (2019): New insights into the degradation mechanism of cellulose nitrate in cinematographic films by Raman microscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 50, 202-212.
  • Angelin E.M., Babo S., Ferreira J.L., Melo M.J. (2019): Raman microscopy for the identification of pearlescent pigments in acrylic works of art. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 50, 232-241.
  • Miliani C., Monico L., Melo M.J., Fantacci S., Angelin E.M., Romani A., Janssens K. (2018): Photochemistry of artists’ dyes and pigments: towards better understanding and prevention of colour change in works of art. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 57, 7324-7334.
  • Angelin E.M., Bacci M., Bartolozzi G., Cantisani E., Picollo M. (2017): Contemporary artists' spinel pigments: Non-invasive characterization by means of electronic spectroscopy. Spectrochimica Acta A, 173, 510-515.