artworks ipanemaIn the framework of the IPERION-HS project (GA871034), we had the pleasure to visit the IPANEMA laboratory and access the different imaging techniques available. Collaborating with Chloë Coustet and Mathieu Thoury from IPANEMA laboratory, the MSCA fellow Rafaella Georgiou, used multispectral photoluminescence and scanning electron microscopy to analyse oil-egg model systems as part of the ARIAH research project. We collected reflectance and luminescence images at various excitations/emission configurations in the UV-visible-NIR range, using the multispectral luminescence microscope (MSLM). The selectivity of excitation and emission ranges resulted in contrasts within the complex paint materials between proteinaceous and oil phases. In addition, we collected complementary scanning electron microscope (SEM) backscattered images to visualize the distribution and size of pigment particles in the various model samples under study.
A special thanks to the IPANEMA team for their warm welcome and support!

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101068115.
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