Proyectos I+D Dirigidos

RESEARCH PROJECTS

INTERNATIONAL PRESENT PROJECTS

TITLE: Innovative Materials and Techniques for the Conservation of 20th Century Concrete-based Cultural Heritage (InnovaConcrete) (760858)

FINANCIATION: European Commission. H2020 Program.

DURATION: 2017-2020

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera, Coordinator (29 partners)

TOPIC: Innovative solutions for the conservation of 20th century cultural heritage (NMBP35-2017)

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.innovaconcrete.eu/

NATIONAL PRESENT PROJECTS

TITLE: Smart Concrete and other Building Materials for their Self-cleaning, Pollutants Sequestering, Repellent and Biocide action (MAT2017-84228-R)

FINANCIATION: Materials Spanish Programme Project .

DURATION: 2018-2020

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera.

PAST PROJECTS

TITLE: New Nanomaterials for Andalusian Cultural Heritage Conservation (P10-TEP-6386)

FINANCIATION: Andalusian government “Proyecto de Excelencia”

DURATION: 2011-2013

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The target of this project is to develop new nanomaterials for restorating stone monuments from Andalusia.

TITLE:  Ecosuistanable building materials for their superhydrophobic, self-cleaning, decontaminating and biocide action  (MAT-2013-42934-R)

FINANCIATION:  Spanish government.

DURATION: 2012-2015

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project is to develop advanced materials 

TITLE:  Advanced  Stone (IPT-2012-0959-31000)

FINANCIATION:  Spanish government. “Programa INNPACTO”

DURATION: 2012-2015

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project is to develop eco-friendly materials 

TITLE: Knowledge generation platform for the creation and conservation of advanced stone materials (IPT-2011-1685-02000)

FINANCIATION:  Spanish government. “Programa INNPACTO”

DURATION: 2011-2013

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project is to develop advanced materials for stone conservation.

TITLE: Conservation of Monumental Stone: Consolidants, Hydrophobic and Self-cleaning New Nanomaterials (MAT2010-16206)

FINANCIATION:  Materials Spanish Programme Project.

DURATION: 2011-2013

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project is to design nanomaterials with application as anti-graffiti, water repellents and consolidants of stone.

TITLE: Conservation of Advancing Stone Materials

FINANCIATION: Spanish government. “Programa Innpacto”

DURATION: 2011-2013

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project is to develop new materials for protecting commercial stones.

TITLE: Optimizing Treatments for Commercial Stones (PET2008-0134)

FINANCIATION: Trace Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2009-2011

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to design new treatments for protecting commercial stones.

TITLE: A New Application for Nanomaterials: Consolidating Monumental Stones (MAT2007-60681)

FINANCIATION: Materials Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2007-2010

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to avoid the drawbacks of the commercial stone consolidants by adding a surfactant to starting sol. Moreover, the new materials present hydrophobic properties.

TITLE: Optimization of Sol-Gel Consolidants. Application to the Stone Conservation” (MAT2004-00801)

FINANCIATION: Materials Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2004-2007

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to avoid the drawbacks of the commercial stone consolidants by adding a surfactant to starting sol. The surfactant reduces the capillary pressure, responsible of consolidants cracking.

TITLE: Optimization of Sol-Gel Consolidants. Application to the Stone Conservation (MAT2003-00829)

FINANCIATION: Materials Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2003-2004

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to avoid the drawbacks of the commercial stone consolidants by adding silica colloid particles to TEOS. Colloid particles increases the gel pore size, and subsequently reduce the capillary pressure responsible of consolidants cracking.

TITLE: Evaluation and Optimization of the Drying Process of Sol-Gel Consolidants. Application to the Cultural Heritage Conservation (MAT2001-3805)

FINANCIATION: Materials Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2001-2003

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to characterize the drawbacks of the commercial stone consolidants.

TITLE: Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry Device (UNCA08-1E-005)

FINANCIATION: Equipment Spanish Programme Project

DURATION: 2010-2011

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

 

TITLE : Optimization of Sol-Gel Consolidants. Application to the Stone Conservation” (P06-TEP-02092)

FINANCIATION: Andalusian government “Proyecto de Excelencia”

DURATION: 2007-2010

Principal Investigator: María J. Mosquera

The aim of this project was to synthesize new water repellent coatings and consolidating materials for the typical monuments of Andalusia region in Spain.