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Dr. Roxanne Radpour (she/her) joined the Department of Art Conservation as Assistant Professor (a joint appointment with UD's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) in August 2023. She contributes to the imaging and documentation curriculum in ARTC and develop innovative approaches to studying cultural heritage. Dr. Radpour is a conservation scientist and received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the Archaeomaterials Research Group. Her research utilized imaging and spectroscopic techniques to study the materials of paintings and other decorated cultural heritage objects. Of particular focus were non-invasive, portable technologies, including novel modes of imaging spectroscopy, for fieldwork analyses within archaeological and historical sites.
Dr. Radpour was most recently the Charles E. Culpeper Fellow in the Scientific Research Department at the National Gallery of Art (NGA), where she was a member of the Chemical Imaging Laboratory. Her research interests include the development and application of imaging spectroscopy and chemical sensing technologies, as well as 2D and 3D material mapping approaches for conservation science. Prior to joining the Gallery, Roxanne was the senior Andrew W. Mellon Conservation Fellow in The Metropolitan Museum of Art's (The Met) Department of Scientific Research, where she introduced and applied imaging spectroscopy for the analysis of objects in The Met's collection as well as with the Network Initiative for Conservation Science program to support studies of collection materials in local New York institutions. She also holds MS degrees in Physics (Univ. Minnesota, Twin Cities) and Materials Science and Engineering (UCLA).
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