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WG Leader: Christian Degrigny

Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-Restauration, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Christian Degrigny received a PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of Paris IV in 1990. As an engineer in electrochemistry he specialized in the use of electrolytic processes for the diagnosis and treatment of historic and archaeological metallic objects. He has worked in public and private sector successively as conservation scientist, director of studies of a conservation school (EVTEK – Finland), director of a diagnosis laboratory (Malta Centre for Restoration) and lecturer in different conservation programs (Amsterdam_NL, Oslo_NO, West Dean_UK, Malta_MT). He was co-leader of the EU PROMET project (Innovative conservation approaches for monitoring and protecting ancient and historic metals collections from the Mediterranean basin), organized in 2010 the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ2010) conference in Chalon-sur-Saone (FR) and was national delegate and member of the steering committee of EU COST Actions G7 (Artwork conservation by laser), G8 (Non-destructive testing and Analysis of Museum artefacts) and TD1406 (Colour and Space for Cultural Heritage). He is currently French delegate and member of the Steering Committee of EU COST Action I2MHB (Innovation in the Intelligent Management of Historic Buildings). Since 2004 he is lecturer and project leader at UR-Arc CR. In 2016 he was appointed full HES professor. He has developed several low-cost and easy to use open source portable analytical / diagnosis tools: electrolytic pencil Pleco, Micorr for the diagnosis of metals through the schematic representation of their corrosion forms and DiscoveryMat for the qualitative analysis of metals using Ecorr measurements. In parallel, he is co-managing an historic building in Burgundy, France: château de Germolles.

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