Geospatial Information & Content modeling: Architectural heritage and built environment, eUrbanAtl@s, data Surveying
Laser scanner and Photogrammetry data surveying and modeling, Object recognition and reconstruction (ORR), segmentation algorithms, UAV multisensor-multispectral platform implementation, 3D content modeling, HBIM, SBIM-GIS, spatial Data Infrastructure Inspire and EU Copernicus compliant, open source Geoportal implementation, multitemporal open Atl@s, cartographic heritage georeferencing and publishing, volunteered information, living lab communities; high precision geodetic network, static and dynamic Architectural and Built Environment monitoring.
HYPERMEDIA OPEN CENTER LABORATORY - HOC-LAB
HOC-LAB is a multidisciplinar laboratory of multimedia and multichannel communication. HOC develops methodologies (design, usability, ...), tools and applications/services, primarily in fields of cultural heritage and eLearning, for thousands of users and in real contexts (cultural institutions, schools ...).
LABORATORIO DI ANALISI E DIAGNOSTICA DEL COSTRUITO - LADC
LADC activity research is focuses on the techniques used for the study of historical and architectural heritage and on the tools for the conservation and preservation. The history of the use and degradation is investigated through archival and documentary research and tools from contemporary archaeology. The non-destructive and micro-destructive diagnostic has been developed towards the building physics and the indoor climate control. Another research line investigates the historical finishing treatments and protection of stone materials, particularly oxalate films.
LABORATORY FOR DIAGNOSTIC AND INVESTIGATION ON BUILT HERITAGE MATERIALS
On site and laboratory diagnostic investigations on construction materials and Cultural Heritage. Geometrical, degradation and structural damage survey. Stratigraphy, sampling and characterization of materials, moisture evaluation through non-destructive and semi-destructive tests, laboratory durability tests.
COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING LAB
|Department||MECC - Mechanichal Engineering|
|Responsable||prof. Gabriele Guidi|
The laboratory is specialized in the whole Reverse Engineering pipeline, ranging from 3D devices calibration and characterization, 3D acquisition and processing, redrawing of CAD models based on acquired 3D data, for study, research and industrial applications. It is provided with equipment for 3D capturing objects such as industrial components and structures, Cultural Heritage objects and sites, covering a wide range of geometries, sizes and materials.
IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE - ArtIS
The research activities at the ArtIS laboratory is focused on the development and engineering of optical and molecular spectroscopy in portable instrumentation for analysis and on site monitoring of art works and physico-chemical characterization of organic and inorganic materials. The main techniques include: lifetime imaging of optical fluorescence, multispectral imaging of optical fluorescence and reflectance in the spectral range of visible, Raman spectroscopy and XRF spectroscopy.
CONCRETE DURABILITY - mCD
|Department||CMIC - Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering "G. Natta"http://mcd.chem.polimi.it|
|Responsable||prof. Luca Bertolini|
The laboratory carries out research and consultancy activity on the characterisation of cementitious materials and on the durability of reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. In particular, it performs experimental tests for evaluating the resistance to deterioration and executes surveys aimed at the definition of repair strategies for existing structures, from diagnosis to intervention methods.
MATERIALS AND METHODS FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE LABORATORY - MaMeCH
The Laboratory activities are focused on the knowledge and conservation of materials belonging to architectural, historic and artistic Heritage. It deals in particular: materials characterization with micro and non-invasive methods; study of alteration and degradation mechanisms; study of restoration methodologies in support of the conservation site; monitoring of surfaces.
TESTING MATERIAL LABORATORY, SECTOR DIAGNOSTICS AND MONITORING OF BUILDINGS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
On site diagnostic investigations on wall structures of historical buildings: non-destructive (ultrasonic, sonic, radar, thermographic, etc..) and semi-destructive tests (flat jacks, coring and endoscopies, resistograph, surface hardness, moisture measurements, wall sections survey and sample taking for laboratory tests and stratigraphic essays, tear tests); static and dynamic monitoring. Geometrical, degradation and structural damage survey.
TECHNIQUES FOR THE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE - TeCMArcH
|Department||DAStU - Architecture and Urban Studies|
|Responsable||prof. Susanna Bortolotto, prof. Raffaella Simonelli|
The Laboratory deals in investigations focalised to conservation and promotion projects for architecture, historic urban contexts, landscape and archaeological areas (study of direct and indirect sources, metric survey, diagnostic analysis, study of buildings' materiality, identification of degradation and instability phenomena, definition of project methods and criteria, data management by means of Geographic Information Systems).