Prof May Cassar

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The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies is the source of some of the most outstanding minds and most influential research in the field of the built environment. Our work tackles some of the greatest challenges facing mankind, in areas such as health, sustainable cities and human well-being. We are part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment.

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Research outputs

Looking beneath Dalí's paint: Non-destructive canvas analysis 2014 Oriola M,Campo G,Nualart-Torroja A,Možir A,Garside P,Civil I,Odlyha M,Cassar M,Strlič M
Environmentally induced colour change during natural degradation of selected polymers 2013 Pastorelli G,Cassar M,Strlič M,Cucci C,Garcia O,Piantanida G,Elnaggar A
Damage functions in heritage science 2013 Strlič M,Thickett D,Taylor J,Cassar M
The past and the future of chromogenic colour photographs: lifetime modelling using near-infrared spectroscopy & enhancement using hypoxia 2012 Fenech A,Strlic M,Cassar M
Climate change mitigation strategies for mechanically controlled repositories: Thecase of The National Archives, Kew 2012 Hong SH,Strlič M,Ridley I,Cassar M,Ntanos K,Bell N
The effect of volatile organic compounds and hypoxia on paper degradation 2011 Strlic M,Cigic IK,Mozir A,de Bruin G,Kolar J,Cassar M
Energy Reduction and the Conservation of Cultural Heritage: a Review of Past, Present and Forthcoming Initiatives 2011 Cassar M
HEREIN Forum on Cultural Heritage and Climate Change - a Call for Action: Summing-Up Report 2010 CASSAR M
Stability of chromogenic colour prints in polluted indoor environments 2010 Fenech A,Strlic M,Degano I,Cassar M
The Atlas of Climate Change Impact on European Cultural Heritage 2010 -
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Research activities

EPSRC Centre of Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology