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2017 | Marina Parić

The Ivory Windows of the Sundari Chowk at the Royal Palace in Patan, Nepal
Conservation and Reconstruction

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2017 | Rudolf Adolf Göttlich

The conservation of a Fiat Revelli Modello 1914 from the Innsbrucker Zeughaus

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2017 | Teresa Lamers

Conservation of a Lombard painted enamel medallion of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien

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2017 | Manuela Hafenscher

Two presentation boards with relief and mosaic tiles from the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art.
Investigation, restoration and reconstruction

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2016 | Michael Bollwein

The so-called „Cabinet of Prince Eugene“ – investigation, technological analysis and exemplary treatment

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2015/16 | Teresa Wagner

Tiles and Tile-Stoves at the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art
Physical and condition survey, sample restoration, exhibition and development of a new storage concept

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2015 | Regina Friedl

A masterpiece bringing the light
The Conservation of a Chandelier made of polished Steel and Rock Crystal decorations
by Giovanni Battista Metellino, Milano around 1724, Museum of applied Arts Vienna

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2015 | Amélie Bézard
Japanese lacquer bottles from the Schönbrunn palace
Examination – Preservation – Presentation

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2014/15 | Emir Omercic

“Virgin with Child“ – a 19th cent. Glass mosaic from the cemetery in Mauer, Vienna
Technological analyses and conservation

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2014 | Daniel Oberndorfer

Conservation and restoration of a baroque gilt leather vestment from a church excavation in Landeck
Opportunities for mold control with ionizing radiation.

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2014 | Franziska Kleinschmidt
The porcelains in the “chinese” cabinets of Schloss Schönbrunn
Dealing with the conservation history of overpainted porcelains

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2013 | Elisabeth Geijer
The reorganization of regional museum storages
A Preventive Conservation Framework for the Krahuletz-Museum in Eggenburg, Lower Austria

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2013 | Ines Gollner, Anna-Maria Pfanner
Between hammer and anvil – the wrought iron lattices of St. Michael‘s Church Chapels in Vienna.
A technological and conservation inventory clarification of Austrian blacksmithing from 17th to 19th century.

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2013 | Susanne Heimel
A La Tène sword from Gemeinlebarn/Lower Austria
Investigation and conservation of archaeological metal objects with mineralized organic remains

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2013 | Henriette Wiltschek

The Elephant-chair of Kremsmünster Abbey (1554)
About the Bonding and Conservation of an Engraved Object made of Bone.

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2012 | Johanna Wilk

Haus Beer (1930). Interior Survey and Preservation Strategies for Interior Decorations

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2012 | Anne Biber

Preventive Conservation and Risk Assessment in the Arenbergpark Flak
Tower. The Preservation Conditions in the Depot of Contemporary Art of the
Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/ Contemporary Art (MAK Vienna)

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2011 | Jasmin Abfalter

Two architectural models by Frank O. Gehry
Examination, conservation and restoration.
The composition board from a material-scientific and conservatory view

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2011 | Maria Perwög

The Stubai Sample Chest from the Innsbruck Armory
Examination, Technology, Conservation and Restoration

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2011 | Christoph Melichar

„Tableau Mechanique“
Conservation of a mechanical landscape (1723) by François Octavien

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2011 | Martina Markovska

The Collection of Anatomical Wax Models in Vienna’s Josephinum
Preventative Conservation and Long Term Maintenance Strategies.

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2011 | Pina Klonner

Bronze Cast Bells
Aspects about the technology and conservation based on a baroque bell from Simon
Urndofer (1650) from the parish church Zwettl.

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2011 | Carole Breckler

The “Coral Crèche” from Klosterneuburg Abbey
Examinations for Cleaning and Gluing Coral Works of Art

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2010 | Andrea Friedl

Wayang Kulit – The Collection of Indonesian Shadow Puppets Made of
Parchment, Horn and Wood of the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna: Condition
Survey, Technological Analysis as well as Development of a Conservation
Concept for Conservation and Presentation with Exemplary Implementation

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2010 | Julia Wechselberger

Tin amalgam mirrors
Technology, decay phenomena and conservation analysed on the basis of a
mirror of the Palais Schwarzenberg in Vienna

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2010 | Katherina Mergl

Terracotta figures from the MAK Vienna. Surface cleaning methods for
terracotta in the interior

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/// GRADUATES 2009-1969

2009 | Elisabeth Kössler

2009 | Silvia Kalabis

2009 | Anna  Weinberger

2008 | Simon Klampfl

2008 | Barbara Schönhart

2008 | Nils Unger

2007 | Kathrin Schmidt

2006 | Eva Putzgruber

2006 | Marlene Sprenger

2006 | Birgit Müllauer

2005 | Elisabeth Hösl

2005 | Monika Riemer

2005 | Ursula Egger

2005 | Petra Süss

2004 | Sandra Kokarnig

2004 | Barbara Benedikt

2004 | Waltraud Schartmüller

2003 | Georg Kolmanitsch

2003 | Paul Pingitzer

2002 | Petra Fuchs

2002 | Valentina Ljubic

2002 | Rie Takahashi

2001 | Heidemarie Auinger

2001 | Andrea Bliem

2000 | Wolfgang Schwarzkogler

1998 | Martina Griesser-Stermscheg

1998 | Birgitt Lerch

1998 | Ulrike Rossmeissl

1997 | Ursula Dorfner

1997 | Katrin Herzele

1996 | Christian Gurtner

1994 | Regula Künzli

1993 | Ruth Knünz

1993 | Daniela Sonntag

1992 | Michaela Lechner

1992 | Birgit Pichler

1991 | Brigitte Boll

1988 | Beatrice Zamora Campos-Pfeiffer

1987 | Müllauer Edith

1986 | Bettina Vak

1986 | Zita Breu

 1986 | Helene Hanzer

1985 | Peter Berzobohaty

1984 | Elisabeth Krebs

1983 | Barbara Leitner-Szapary

1983 | Christian Zeman

1982 | Silvia Kniefacz

1982 | Verena Krehon

1981 | Andrea Pacher

1978 | Maja Velicogna

1975 | Ingrid Maresch

1975 | Leonhard Stramitz

1975 | Angelika Wassak

1975 | Josef Ziegler

1974 | Christa Angermann

1971 | Hannelore Karl

1969 | Inga Binder-Schiel

1969 | Elvira Raymann

1969 | Ödön Wagner

 

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