MEMORI – Measurement, Effect Assessment and Mitigation of pollutant Impact on movable cultural assets – Innovative research for market transfer
MEMORI project objectives:
To provide the conservation market with innovative measurement technology, improved pollution effects knowledge and evaluation and control methods for the reduction of gaseous pollutant impact on movable cultural assets, – also facing increased use of protection measures, such as enclosures for movable cultural assets located indoors in new or rebuilt cultural heritage buildings, to satisfy demands for energy saving to mitigate climate change.
MEMORI dosimeter in market transfer
We thank you for your interest in the solution that was developed in the EU funded MEMORI project. The goal of the project was to link the best of available knowledge on the topic of impacts of air pollutants on movable cultural heritage objects with the latest in monitoring technologies to provide a complete solution. The project closed in October 2013, with a final presentation being held in Madrid. At the end of the project a scientific prototype proving our concept was demonstrated. A solution including the dosimeter, reader, web site and database has been made commercially available. Please see: http://memori.nilu.no/
If you would like to be kept informed about the progress of the ongoing work with the MEMORI technology you can also contact Dr. Terje Grøntoft, NILU- Norwegian Institute for Air Research (firstname.lastname@example.org) .
MEMORI project documentation
- The MEMORI product and user pages:
- short information on the MEMORI product and the objectives of the project
- MEMORI brochure – information on project and partners
- MEMORI marketing brochure – latest information on the MEMORI technology
- More: www.memori-project.eu
- MEMORI newsletter 1 – June 2013
- MEMORI newsletter 2 – July 2013
- MEMORI newsletter 3 – September 2013
- MEMORI newsletter 4 – October 2013
Kultur und Arbeit e.V. was responsible for the market tranfer of the MEMORI tchnology and participated in dissemination activities.
The research leading to these results receives funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework-Programme under Grant Agreement No. 265132 (project MEMORI).