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06-Dec-2005 11:52, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 4.5, 70.0mm, 0.017 sec
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16-Feb-2008 21:53, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 6.3, 60.0mm, 0.01 sec, ISO 800
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24-Jun-2008 10:18, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 11.0, 38.0mm, 0.006 sec
 
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NIKON E3100, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.13 sec, ISO 100
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20-Nov-2008 11:02, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 3.5, 18.0mm, 0.02 sec
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16-May-2007 12:57, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 5.0, 70.0mm, 0.003 sec
 
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NIKON E3100, 5.8, 6.2mm, 0.005 sec, ISO 100
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07-Jul-2008 04:04, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 5.6, 60.0mm, 0.01 sec, ISO 2000
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NIKON E3100, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.012 sec, ISO 100
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28-Oct-2008 02:20, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 4.0, 60.0mm, 0.013 sec, ISO 400
 
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NIKON COOLPIX S570, 2.7, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 200
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20-Apr-2013 15:18, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 3.9, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 450
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04-Mar-2008 14:54, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D200
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04-Mar-2008 14:55, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D200
 
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04-Oct-2013 10:33, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 3.9, 5.0mm, 0.001 sec, ISO 125
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04-Oct-2013 10:52, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 7.8, 5.0mm, 0.003 sec, ISO 125
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NIKON COOLPIX S570, 2.7, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 320
 
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01-Mar-2012 00:17, Canon Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL, 5.6, 12.0mm, 0.02 sec, ISO 1600
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02-Mar-2012 20:29, Canon Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL, 6.3, 12.0mm, 0.02 sec, ISO 800
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06-Dec-2005 15:26, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 22.0, 48.0mm, 0.017 sec
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06-Dec-2005 15:19, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 22.0, 105.0mm, 0.017 sec
 
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09-Nov-2010 11:17, Canon Canon PowerShot A720 IS, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 80
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13-May-2003 14:32, Canon Canon PowerShot G2, 2.8, 21.0mm, 0.02 sec
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13-May-2003 14:32, Canon Canon PowerShot G2, 2.5, 10.6875mm, 0.02 sec
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24-Oct-2012 11:11, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 4.0, 24.0mm, 1 sec, ISO 200
 
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12-Mar-2007 16:25, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 3.5, 18.0mm, 0.017 sec
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16-May-2007 12:59, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 5.6, 18.0mm, 0.002 sec
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07-Apr-2008 08:54, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP550UZ
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14-Feb-2008 10:12, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP550UZ , 2.8, 4.68mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 100
 
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25-Aug-2008 06:51, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 4.2, 34.0mm, 0.017 sec
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23-Nov-2012 15:09, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 8.0, 44.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 200
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23-Nov-2012 15:15, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 3.2, 24.0mm, 0.025 sec, ISO 400
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23-Nov-2012 15:03, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 8.0, 24.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 200
 
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02-Oct-2012 10:00, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D300, 4.5, 25.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 3200
 

/// SPECIALIZATIONS

Paintings

The study of the conservation and restauration of paintings includes working with a wide variety of support materials, not only the traditional Western canvas and wooden panels painted with traditional materials, but also those of non-European origins. Classic and Modern painting are cornerstone fields in reaserch and treatment. Extensive studies in preventive conservation, exhibition installation as well as the care of collections not only in museums are the focal points of the curriculum.

 

Objects

The largest variety of materials is to be found in the specialist area of objects, which covers the conservation and restoration of 3-D artefacts of applied arts, crafts, technical history, monuments and architectural heritage, sculpture (metal) as well as the treatment of archaeological and ethnographic items. Metals, enamel, ceramics, glass, miscellaneous organic substances are the basic materials with which students work. Early plastics and other synthetic materials of the 20th century extend the spectrum.

 

Stone

The course´s emphasis is the conservation and restoration, protection and care of natural stone as sculpture or architecture, as well as its surface treatments. The curriculum encompasses basic sculpture techniques, with an emphasis not only on studying current approaches to the preservation works in stone, but also their implementation with modern materials and methods of conservation and restoration. Developing and realizing concepts for care and maintenance of archtetectual monuments is another focal feature of the programme.

 

Textiles

The field of textiles offers numerous conservation challenges. Both individual objects and whole collections provide instructional material for learning and developing conservation treatments and preservation strategies. Not only costumes and uniforms, pieces of fabric, large objects including tapestries, carpets and wall-coverings but also leather and modern synthetic items provide the focus for this area of study as well as archaeological and ethnographic textiles. Frequently, a textile´s combination with additional materials such as stone, metals or paint, requires close interdisciplinary work with other areas of conservation.