To mark the start of the DFG research project "Development of a methodology for non-destructive studies of wall paintings in situ", Dr. Clarimma Sessa and conservator M.A. Nadia Thalguter will be giving an insight into their research at the Tag des offenen Denkmals®.

Dr. Thomas Danzl, Professor of Conservation-Restoration at the TUM Department of Architecture, and Dora Ivanova, founder of the Buzludzha Project Foundation, talk about the preservation and conservation-restoration of the monumental building in the BR 2 podcast "IQ Science and Research"...

The debate around conservation and restoration strategies in the post WWII recovery and in times of economic boom. Lecture delivered on the 20th of January 2022 at 1:15 pm (c.t.) at the Chair of Conservation-Restoration, Art Technology and Conservation Science.

The Winter School intends to promote the scientific competencies of Egyptian students, professors, scientists, and practitioners in the application of Non-destructive Testing (NDT) techniques for Cultural Heritage studies. Due to the possibility to investigate the structure and the conservation…

Starting in winter semester 2021/22, the Chair of Conservation-Restoration, Art Technology and Conservation Science is offering a seminar entitled "Science in Cultural Heritage (Interdisciplinary thinking".

The international conference "In Restauro: Post-War Heritage of Art and Architecture in Central and Eastern Europe – Integrated Approaches to Dissonant Monuments and Sites” will be held on July 22 and 23 this year in the History Museum “Iskra” Kazanlak, as well as online.

Buzludzha Monument in Bulgaria recieves a second grant by the Getty Foundation. $60 000 were awarded for the preservation of one of the largest modern mosaics in Europe.

Starting in summer semester 2020, the Chair of Conservation-Restoration, Art Technology and Conservation Science is offering a project entitled "The Beauty of Architectural surfaces. An Introduction to Technical Aspects".

From November 6 to 9, 2019, the poster session and exhibition "Olympic Follies" will be held as part of the international ICOMOS conference "The Modern Heritage of the Olympic Games. Historic Sports Sites between Conservation and Conversion" in the Vorhoelzer Forum of the TUM. The exhibition is…

In the winter semester 2019/20 the lecture series of the Professorship for Recent Building Heritage Conservation, Prof. Putz, and the Chair for Conservation-Restoration, Art Technology and Conservation Science, Prof. Danzl, will be continued within the network reused.TUM.