(1981), Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Conservation and Conservation Science at the University of Oslo since 2016. His main research interests lie in the development and application of analytical methods for the conservation of cultural heritage and the materials science aspects related to it.Sara Mantellato
(1982), Ph.D., is postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich since 2018 (and Ph.D. student from 2012 to 2018). She is mainly interested in the rheological properties of admixed cementitious systems and analytical methods for their characterisation.Noëlle L.W. Streeton
(1968), Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Conservation at the University of Oslo since 2010. Her main research interests concern historical painting practices, late-medieval painting and polychrome sculpture, chemistry of artists’ materials, and the politics of cultural heritage.Tine Frøysaker
(1957), Ph.D., is Professor of Paintings Conservation at the University of Oslo since 2011 (and Associate Professor from 2005 to 2011). She is, at present, interested in the conservation and materials of Edvard Munch and Harriet Backer and of medieval painting and polychrome sculpture.