MARIA PAOLA STACCIOLI

PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXV
email: mariapaola.staccioli@uniroma1.it
phone: 0690672678




tutor: Dott.ssa Gabriella Di Carlo
supervisor: Prof. Gabriele Favero, Prof.ssa Anna Maria Siani

Curriculum Vitae Personal information First name Maria Paola Surname Staccioli E-mail mariapaola.staccioli@uniroma1.it Work experience Date 21/01/2021 - present Occupation or position held Temporary Research Fellow Main activities Development of solutions to achieve the goals concerning the research activities within various regional end European projects. Development of new polymer based materials for the chemisorption of degrading agents in museum environment within the research program H2020 APACHE “Active & intelligent PAckaging materials and display cases as a tool for preventive conservation of Cultural Heritage”. Materials characterization. Reporting of description and results of the analysis carried out through infrared spectroscopy (IR-ATR), thermogravimetry (DTA-TG), X-ray diffraction (XRD), electron microscopy (SEM-EDX), colorimetry, UV-vis spectrophotometry. Name and address of employer Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) - Istituto per lo Studio dei Materiali Nanostrutturati (ISMN). Via Salaria Km 29,300 – 00015 Monterotondo (RM), Italy Date 18/01/2019 – 20/01/2021 Occupation or position held Temporary Research Fellow Main activities Development of solutions to achieve the goals concerning the research activities within various regional end European projects. Characterization and validation of corrosion inhibitors for reinforced concrete reinforcements within the 2020 research program “Innovative Materials and Techniques for the Conservation of 20th Century Concrete-based Cultural Heritage”. Materials characterization. Reporting of description and results of the analysis carried out through infrared spectroscopy (IR-ATR), thermogravimetry (DTA-TG), X-ray diffraction (XRD), electron microscopy (SEM-EDX), colorimetry, UV-vis spectrophotometry. Dates 2014 – 2016 Occupation or position held Laboratory analyst, coordinator in charge of the laboratory Main activities Analysis with: X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscope (SEM) environmental (ESEM) –microanalysis (EDX), X-ray fluorescence (XRF). Reading and identification of the materials composing the samples. Report drafting containing the description of the work performed and of the results obtained. Participation in the project “Ars Novae Calcis” aimed at formulating a new restoration mortar compatible with ancient mortars, in collaboration with the “Gabriele D’Annunzio” University of Chieti-Pescara and the University of Trieste. Analysis of the restauration mortars selected during the project by means of scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffractometry. Execution of cross-sections of plaster samples of artistic and cultural interest. Execution of the items for the mechanical stress tests, according to the European legislation. Analysis of samples from medieval churches of Fundeni and S. Gheorge in Campulung Muscel (Romania), in collaboration with the University of Bucarest. Name and address of employer ICIET Engineering s.r.l., Villaggio Artigiano, C.da Faiano, Castelli (TE), Italy Type of business sector Diagnostics for Cultural Heritage Dates 2009 – 2011 Occupation or position held Italian Federal Sailing Instructor Main activities Teaching sailing theory and practice to children and adults both on dinghy and offshore boats. Responsible in charge of the full-board resident pupils. Name and address of employer Lega Navale Italiana di Anzio, 22 Riviera Zanardelli, 0042, Anzio, RM, Italy. Reale Circolo Canottieri Tevere Remo, 28 Lungotevere in Augusta, 00186, RM, Italy Type of business sector Sport Sail Education and training Dates 10/2018 Title of qualification awarded University Master’s degree, submitting a thesis on “Screen-printed electrodes modified with carbon-based nanomaterial for the detection of heavy metals” (lab tests were carried out at the laboratories of the Department of Science and Chemical Technologies of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”). Electrochemical analysis through square wave anodic stripping voltammetry (SW-ASV), electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), cyclic voltammetry (CV). Modification of screen-printed electrodes using carbon-based nanomaterials. Name and type of organization providing education and training University of Rome Sapienza, Faculty of Chemistry, Course of Analytical Chemistry Vote 101/110 Dates 01/2013 – 06/2013 Internship at the Diagnostic Laboratory of the Vatican Museums, Director Prof. U. Santamaria Analysis of materials through Raman spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, (artworks and finds of the Vatican Museums collection) aimed at the research and cataloging activities of the diagnostic laboratories in collaboration with the restoration laboratories. Occupation or position held Conservation Scientist Name and type of organization providing education and training Diagnostic Laboratory of the Vatican Museums Dates 10/2012 Title of qualification awarded Master’s degree, submitting a thesis on “Raman Instrumentation: comparison of operating parameters of the instrumentation for their optimization to study inorganic pigments.” (Lab tests were carried out at the Vatican Museums Laboratories – Diagnostic Department – GRS – Vatican City- Mentor Prof. U. Santamaria). Raman spectroscopy analysis on pigments of inorganic nature and organic binders. Name and type of organization providing education and training University of Rome Sapienza, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences, Course of Science Applied to Cultural Heritage Vote 110/110 Dates 04/2009 Title of qualification awarded University degree, submitting a thesis on “Graffiti damage prevention: a study on the effects of some anti-graffiti coatings on travertine” (tests were carried out at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of Rome University “Sapienza” and, in situ, at the Roman Palatino Hill- Mentor Prof. M.L. Santarelli) IR spectroscopy analysis for the study of anti-graffiti coatings and their aging. Capillary and water repellence imbibition tests on travertine samples bare and treated. Name and type of organization providing education and training University of Rome Sapienza, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences, Course of Science Applied to Cultural Heritage Vote 110/110 Dates 2001-2006 Title of qualification awarded High School Diploma Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Italian Language and Literature, Latin Language and Literature, Ancient Greek Language and Literature, History, Fine Arts, Philosophy, Geography, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Gym. Name and type of organization providing education and training Liceo Ginnasio Classico Statale Giulio Cesare, Rome Vote 70/100 Self-assessment English European level (*) Understanding Speaking Writing Listening Reading Spoken Spoken interaction production C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 (*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Participation in research Projects • H2020 Project InnovaConcrete “Innovative materials and techniques for the conservation of 20th century concrete based Cultural Heritage” (Grant Agreement N. 760858). Research activity focused on the conservation of works of historical and artistic interest in reinforced concrete. Characterization of the materials developed for the conservation of reinforced concrete and effectiveness tests after application. Drafting of scientific reports and deliverables envisaged by the project: Deliverable 2.1 “Results of Synthesis and Characterization of impregnation/coatings products”. Deliverable 2.12 “Results of Synthesis and Characterization of impregnation/coatings products” • • POR FESR Lazio ReCePIT project. Research activity focused on the recovery of cellulose from waste products, such as Absorbent Sanitary Products (PSA) and on the use of cellulose recovered from PSA to obtain textile fibers through low environmental impact processes. Study of recovery methods and separation techniques of PSA components. Reproduction of the recovery methods and separation techniques in laboratory and characterization of the treated cotton fibers. Production of recovered textile fibers from waste cellulose. Drafting of scientific reports and deliverables envisaged by the project: Deliverable D3.1 “Proof of concept of novel acid absorbers”. Deliverable D3.3 “Proof of concept of pollutants absorbers and antifungal properties”. Deliverable 4.1 “Fabrication and assessment of VOC, pollutant, humidity and temperature regulator sensors”. • PRIN2017249YEF Project “Structure and Dynamics of Functional Gels for Conservation of Cultural Heritage”. Participation in the CNR project activities envisaged as part of the project. • POR FESR Abruzzo Project “Ars Novae Calcis”. Study of a formulation for a new restoration mortar, compatible with old mortars. Characterization of mortar samples of historical and artistic interest and of commercial mortars, to achieve the design objective. Production of mortar specimens for mechanical tests. • European Project INTERFACE “paINTed mEtal aRteFActs ConsErvation” (call H2020-MSCA-IF-2017, Grant Agreement n. 796291). EIS electrochemical impedance spectroscopy analysis to verify the protective efficacy of the corrosion inhibitors tested. Sceintific pubblications • Elena Messina, Chiara Giuliani, Marianna Pascucci, Cristina Riccucci, Maria Paola Staccioli, Monica Albini, Gabriella Di Carlo, Synergistic Inhibition Effect of Chitosan and L-Cysteine for the Protection of Copper-Based Alloys against Atmospheric Chloride-Induced Indoor Corrosion, International Journal of Molecular Science (2021) 22, 10321. • Chiara Giuliani, Elena Messina, Maria Paola Staccioli, Marianna Pascucci, Cristina Riccucci, Leonarda Francesca Liotta, Luca Tortora, Gabriel Maria Ingo and Gabriella Di Carlo, On-Demand Release of Protective Agents Triggered by Environmental Stimuli, Frontiers in Chemistry, (2020) Volume 8, pages 304. • Monica Albini, Stefano Ridolfi, Chiara Giuliani, Marianna Pascucci, Maria Paola Staccioli, Cristina Riccucci, Multi-Spectroscopic Approach for the Non-invasive Characterization of Paintings on Metal Surfaces, Frontiers in Chemistry, (2020) Volume 8, pages 289. • Gabriel M. Ingo, Monica Albini, Angel D. Bustamante, Alva Sandra del Pilar Zambrano, Arabel Fernandez, Chiara Giuliani, Elena Messina, Marianna Pascucci, Cristina Riccucci, Maria Paola Staccioli, Gabriella Di Carlo, Luca Tortora, Microchemical Investigation of Long-Term Buried Gilded and Silvered Artifacts From Ancient Peru, Frontiers in Chemistry, (2020) Volume 7, pages 230. • Debora Kelen Silva da Conceição, Kauana Nunes de Almeida, Elsa Nhuch, Maria Grazia Raucci, Chiara Santillo, Martina Salzano de Luna, Luigi Ambrosio, Marino Lavorgna, Chiara Giuliani, Gabriella Di Carlo, Maria Paola Staccioli, Tiago Falcade and Henri Stephan Schrekker, The synergistic efect of an imidazolium salt and benzotriazole on the protection of bronze surfaces with chitosan-based coatings, Heritage Science, (2020) 8:40. • Lucina Caravaggi, Progetto Sismi-DTC Lazio – Conoscenze e innovazioni per la ricostruzione e il miglioramento sismico dei centri storici del Lazio. Contributo: “Smart materials per la conservazione affidabile e il ripristino delle proprietà di manufatti metallici e lapidei artificiali”, ISBN 978-88-229-0557-4, Quodlibet Studio. Città e paesaggio. Album. ISBN 9788822905574 (2020) pp. 264. Participation in national and international conferences • December 2021. Second Public Training at the Centro Conservazione e Restauro "La Venaria Reale” in Turin within the H2020 Project Active & intelligent PAckaging materials and display cases as a tool for preventive conservation of Cultural Heritage” Oral presentation:“Multifunctional materials based on chitosan for the removal of degrading species in museum storage/display environments” (presenting author). • September 2021. XXVII Congresso Nazionale della Società Chimica Italiana (online) “Active and monitoring materials for the environmentally safe storage and exhibition of works of art”. • September 2021. XXVII Congresso Nazionale della Società Chimica Italiana (online). “Corrosion protection in Concrete Heritage: from material design to in situ validation”. • February 2020. InnovaConcrete Chania Workshop within the H2020 Project InnovaConcrete. • October 2019. Department of Chemical Sciences and Materials Technology (DSCTM) Conference, Bressanone. “Active Multifunctional Materials To Inhibit Degradation Processes: From Remedial to Preventive Conservation” • September 2019. Functional Materials for Cultural Heritage Workshop (Fun4Heritage), Matera. “New approaches based on nanostructured materials for the sustainable conservation of metal works of art and concrete monuments”. • July 2019. XLVII Congresso Nazionale di Chimica Fisica (DCF2019), “Nanostructured materials for the long-lasting and sustainable conservation of metal works of art and concrete monuments”. • July 2018. Summer School “Multidisciplinary summer school sustainable development labs” Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” (winner of a scholarship). • April 2015. Workshop TECHNART2015. Catania. “Archaeometric investigations on the cultural heritage of Abruzzo after the earthquake”. • November 2014. Workshop “La microscopia elettronica applicata allo studio dei Beni Culturali” at the Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo. Oral presentation:“Indagini archeometriche sul patrimonio artistico abruzzese: il contributo della microscopia elettronica” (presenting uthor). Social skills and competences Good capability to relate to other people, even of different nationalities and culture thanks to different experiences abroad. Good ability to work in a team gained practicing sport as both an athlete and a federal instructor. Organizational skills and competences Good capability to organize work respecting the deadlines, gained studying, practicing sport at a competitive level and working as a conservation scientist. Technical skills and competences Capability to use most of the instrumentation used in the laboratories of diagnostic applied to the conservation of cultural heritage, gained during the internships made for the achievement of the sperimental degrees, three-year and five-year degrees, (Chemical Engineering laboratories of the University of Rome Sapienza, Gabinetto di Ricerche Scientifiche of Vatican Museums, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory of University of Rome “Tor Vergata”) and during the work experience as laboratory technician at Centro di Ricerca ICIET Engineering s.r.l. . Takes care of relations with other companies for the procurement of laboratory instrumentation. Participation in technical workshop on behalf of the ICIET Engineering. Computer skills and competences Good ability to use Word, Excel and Power Point. Good ability to use Internet. Artistic skills and competences Good ability in hand drawing and in oil, watercolor and tempera painting cultivated since childhood and developed attending a class at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome and a class of hand drawing at the Saint Martins School of Art of London. Other skills and competences Excellent sport skills. Sports practiced: sailing at a competitive level, gymnastics, capoeira, skiing, trekking, swimming. Federal sailing instructor (FIV). Licences Driving licence (B), Driving licence (A), no limit sailing and motor boat licence.

Research products

  • 11573/1617077 - 2021 - Synergistic Inhibition Effect of Chitosan and L-Cysteine for the Protection of Copper-Based Alloys against Atmospheric Chloride-Induced Indoor Corrosion (01a Articolo in rivista)
    CHIARA GIULIANI, MARIA PAOLA STACCIOLI

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