Current grants and projects
1. ‘GRIEG-Craquelure - Model of paintings with craquelure patterns for evidence-based environmental control in museums’, project of the Polish National Science Centre , contract number DEC-2019/34/H/HS2/00581, 2020-2023.
2. ‘IPERION HS - Integrating Platforms for the European Research Infrastructure ON Heritage Science’, project funded by the European Comission within the Horizon2020 framework programme, 2020-2023.
3. ‘CollectionCare - Innovative and affordable service for the Preventive Conservation monitoring of individual Cultural Artefacts during display, storage, handling and transport’, the project funded by the European Comission within the Horizon 2020 programme, 2019-2022.
4. ‘Innovative and economical monitoring services of individual cultural heritage objects for the purposes of conservation prevention during exhibition, storage, handling and transport’, in the Horizon 2020 framework programme, project supported within “Premia na Horyzoncie” funding programme of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, 2019-2022.
5. ‘CRACQUELURE - Comprehensive mechanical model of historical, aged paint layers’, project of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange, the ‘Polish Returns’ programme, contract number PPN/PPO/2018/1/00004/U/00001, 2019-2022.
6. ‘HERIe’ - project aims at further development of the HERIe software for quantitative assessment of risk of physical damage of heritage objects due to climate variations. Development of a model for cracking pictorial layers on canvas and the development of a module quantifying risk of climate-induced distortion or fracture for parchment objects, research in the framework of ‘Managing Collection Environments Initiative’ of the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 2019-2020.
7. ‘SyMBoL - Sustainable management of historic buildings in a long-term perspective’, project of the Norwegian Research Council, No 274749, 2018-2021.
8. ‘HERIe - Further development of the HERIe software for quantitative assessment of risk of physical damage of heritage objects due to climate variations‘, research in the framework of ‘Managing Collection Environments Initiative’ of the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, 2017-2019.
9. ‘DET-ART - Non-invasive method of elemental imaging for investigations of works of art’, project of the National Centre for Research and Development Poland, contract number PBS3/A9/29/2015, 2015-2018.
10. ‘Dust - Transport and deposition of particulate matter in historic buildings’, research project under the agreement on scientific cooperation between the National Research Council of Italy and the Polish Academy Sciences, 2014-2017.