Characterization oh hydraulic mortars containing nano-titania for restoration applications

N. Maravelaki, E. Lionakis, C. Kapridaki, Z. Agioutantis, A. Verganelaki, V. Perdikatsis

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40TH anniversary of the first stone conference held in La Rochelle, France and hosted by V. Romanovsky Place: Columbia University in the City of New York Date: 22-26 October 2012 CONFERENCE THEMES The Scientific Committee* will be pleased to receive abstracts relevant to any and all issues of stone conservation. In addition, the Committee solicits abstracts on the following themes: General and Continuing Themes 1. Material Structure and Properties 2. Deterioration: including but not limited to biodeterioration, salts, acid rain, dry deposition, hygric and hydric dilatation, thermal effects including freezing and freeze-thaw cycling 3. Techniques and Tools for Investigation and Documentation: including low-tech and high-tech field and laboratory techniques 4. Conservation Methods and Products 5. Case Studies Specific Themes 1. Engineering and Materials Science Issues in Stone Conservation 2. Conservation of Cast Stone 3. Adhesives, Mortars, Plastic Repair materials and Grouts in Stone Conservation 4. Making Stone Conservation Green 5. Developing Testing Standards in Stone Conservation
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)1-9
Number of pages9
Journal12th International Congress on the Deterioration and Conservation of Stone
StatePublished - 2012


  • biodeterioration
  • bioprotection
  • green algal biofilms
  • ivy
  • soft capping


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