1 September 2022
In the framework of SensMat activities, UBO, CEA and IC have authored a new peer-reviewed article in the open-access journal Heritage Science: “Development of low‑cost RFID sensors dedicated to air pollution monitoring for preventive conservation”.
The paper discusses the main features of air-quality sensors based on reactive metallic dosimeter and using the Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. This papers further highlights that the subsequent chemical analysis of the sensitive part of the sensors can provide useful information to determine the origin of atmospheric pollutants which are known to impact the integrity of many artifacts including metals, papers, pigment, and textiles.
Donatella Puglisi and Guillem Domènech-Gil from Linköping University (LiU) are the authors of a new peer-reviewed article in the open-access journal […]
In the framework of SensMat activities, UBO, CEA and IC have authored a new peer-reviewed article in the open-access journal […]
As the activities of the SensMat project are about to be completed, CEA and BASSETTI have joined their efforts to […]
The fair is the main meeting place of a world made up of companies, institutions and research that contribute to […]