Conference Talks & Panels

2018

A. Corrêa Pinto, S. da Silva, I. Cardoso, M. F. Macedo, M. Vilarigues. | Fungi on stained-glass windows of Cultural Heritage from Belém do Pará Brazil | IBBS New Trends in Cultural Heritage Biodeterioration, Coimbra, Portugal | 5th-7th September | 2018


T. Palomar, P. Redol, I. Cruz Almeida, E. Pereira da Silva, M. Vilarigues. The influence of the climatology in the alteration of the stained-glass windows in Portuguese monuments. 2018 E-MRS Spring Meeting (European Materials Research Society),Strasbourg, France 18th – 22th June (2018)

2017

T. Palomar, D. de la Fuente, M. Morcillo, M. Álvarez de Buergo, M. Vilarigues. Early stages of environmental glass alteration in the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula.  International Symposium on Glass Degradation in Atmospheric Conditions, Paris, France 15th – 17th November (2017)

A. Rodrigues, S. Fearn, M. Vilarigues. Glass deterioration in the museum environment: a case study in Lisbon, Portugal. International Symposium on Glass Degradation in Atmospheric Conditions, Paris, France 15th – 17th November (2017)

J. M. Delgado, H. Marçal, M. Vilarigues, Through the looking glass: On cleaning stained-glass windows with task-specific luminescent ionic liquids, In ICOM-CC 18th Triennial Conference Preprints, Copenhagen, 4-8 September 2017, ed. J. Bridgland, poster 0417. Paris: International Council of Museums (2017)

2016

T. Palomar, A. Chabas, D.M. Bastidas, D. de la Fuente, A. Verney-Carron Effect of marine aerosols on the alteration of silicate glassesEuropean Society of Glass Science and Technology 2016 Conference Sheffield, UK 4th – 8th September (2016)

T. Palomar, M. Vilarigues. The role of marine ions in the aqueous alteration of silicate glasses. European Society of Glass Science and Technology 2016 Conference, Sheffield, UK 4th – 8th September (2016)

A. Rodrigues, S. Fearn, M. Vilarigues. The Glass Colelction of King Ferdinand II Portugal: A ToF-SIMS study of glass corrosion. Society of Glass Technology Centenary Conference and European Society of Glass Conference 2006. Sheffield, United Kingdom 4th - 8th September (2016)

2013

A. Rodrigues, B. Martinho, C. Gomes, M. F. Macedo, and M. Vilarigues. The Stained-glass Collection of King Ferdinand II of Portugal: Concept, Conservation, and Chemical Analysis of Two Panels. ICOM-CC Glass and Ceramics Working Group Interim Meeting and Forum of the International Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Stained Glass (Corpus Vitrearum-ICOMOS), Amsterdam, The Netherlands 7th – 10th October (2013)

2012

A. Rodrigues, M. Vilarigues, M.F. Macedo. Laboratory Induced Biodeterioration of Stained Glass by Fungi. 2nd International Congress of Chemistry for Cultural Heritage, Istanbul, Turkey 9th – 12th July (2012)

2011

M. Vilarigues, J. Delgado, A. Rodrigues. Stained Glass Collection D. Fernando II. Located in Pena National Palace (Sintra, Portugal). SGT’s (Society of Glass Technology) Annual Conference: History & Heritage of Glass Seminar, University of Oxford 7th September (2011)

A. Pires de Matos, A. Rodrigues, M. Vilarigues Analysis of Glass Objects by a Microdestructive Chemical Process [Panel] GlasSAC – Glass Science in Art and Conservation, Bronnbach Monastery, Germany 10th – 12th May (2011)

2006

A. M. Lima, F.Lopes, K. Janssens, O. Schalm, C. Carvalho, A. Pires de Matos, “Comparison of a Destructive and Non-destructive XRF Analysis of Weathered Glass Fragments”, 8th Meeting of the European Society for Glass Science and echnology (ESG), Sunderland, United Kingdom, 10-16 September (2006)

M. Vilarigues, R.C. da Silva “The effect of the presence of Mn, Fe and Cu ions on potash-glass corrosion”, 8th Meeting of the European Society for Glass Science and Technology (ESG),Sunderland, UK, 10-16 September (2006)

2005

M. Vilarigues, R.C. da Silva, “Characterization of potash-glass corrosion: a multi-technique approach”, IBA 2005 (17th International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis), Seville, Spain, 26 June to 1 July (2005)

M. Vilarigues, R.C. da Silva “Potash Glass Corrosion: from the 15th century to the laboratory”, Glass Science in Art and Conservation, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-20 June (2005)