Post-doctorante

Paula Lopez-Arce

Contact
paula@property-care.org

Research Associate at The Property Care Association (PCA) and the University College London (Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering (IEDE), The Bartlett, School of Environment, Energy and Resources Faculty of the Built Environment (UK).

Paula Lopez-Arce holds a PhD in Geology (2004) by Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM) in partnership with the Natural History Museum of Spain (CSIC) and the Technology Centre of a Trade Association for Research and industrial development of natural resources, Aitemin (Spain). Her main research lines include physical-chemical weathering processes of building materials exposed to different environmental conditions, treatment of rising damp, moisture and salt decay, environmental monitoring and preservation strategies to avoid salt crystallisation in historic buildings. She has performed international research in UK, USA, Australia, Belgium and France. Currently she is employed as a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Research Associate in partnership with Property Care Association (PCA) and The Bartlett Institute of Environment, Energy and Resources of University College London (UCL). She authors numerous contributions to international conferences, book chapters and scientific articles published in international peer-review indexed journals. Lopez-Arce main research topics include chemical, mineralogical and petrophysical characterisation; non-destructive analytical techniques; physical-chemical properties of construction and building materials; influence of environmental conditions on decay, consolidation treatments, conservation, restoration, compatibility and durability of materials from architectural and archaeological heritage: stone, bricks, mortars, cements, ceramics, salts, minerals, heavy metals and nanoparticles.

Recherches

01
Post-Doctorat
2014

Ce projet s’intéressait à une thématique de grande importance dans les années à venir qui est le comportement des mortiers utilisés dans la restauration du patrimoine bâti en fonction du support (pierre) sur lequel il se trouve.

Autres Chercheurs

Chercheur

Jérôme Wassermann

Jérôme WASSERMANN, PhD in Geophysics, is Research Engineer at the Laboratory of Mechanics and Materials of Civil Engineering (L2MGC), University of Cergy Pontoise.

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Doctorant

Kevin Dedecker

Kevin est actuellement doctorant en troisième année de thèse au sein de l’Institut Lavoisier (UVSQ) et du Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections à Paris (CRCC).

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Doctorant

Amélie Fagnou

Doctorante au Centre d'histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines (UVSQ, Paris-Saclay), spécialisée dans l’histoire du théâtre et des spectacles au XIXe siècle.

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