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The Department places a high emphasis on its research programme and activities and is strongly committed to mentoring and training research students in a variety of interdisciplinary approaches, methodologies and issues for the development of research skills. The Department has established collaboration with a number of institutions/organisations both at the national and international levels, in order to foster and support good quality research in conservation of art and cultural heritage. The research activities within the department cover a wide range of areas and disciplines applied to art and cultural heritage conservation, including conservation science for the study of ancient materials, fabrication techniques and mechanism of deterioration, and the development of innovative methods and materials for conservation treatments of various types of works of art.

  Ph.D. Thesis:
 

1.

Ms. Monika Chaudhary

Evaluation of some of the Polymers used for Red sand Stone Consolidation

1.
An overview of the research taken : Evaluation of some of the  polymers use for red sandstone consolidation.
2.
Stones: Their classification and deterioration.
3.
Evaluation of weathered reed sandstone by using petrographic technique.
4.
Ultrasonic parameters of red sandstone.
5.
Sandstone and its weathering.
6.
Consolidation of red sandstone.

2.

Ms. Noopur Singh

Comparative study of Tile making India (Mughal Period) and Iran (Seffavid period)

1.
Instrumental Techniques of Analysis of Ceramics and Tiles
2.
Conservation of Ceramics and Tiles
3.
Manufacture of Tiles in Medieval Period Iran
4.
Different technique of tile making and its Decoration-visit to various Traditional workshop in Iran
5.
Deterioration in Tiles

3.

Ms. Mandana Barkeshli

Scientific Study of the Materials of Miniature painting of India and Persia

1.
The role of saffron in preventing the destruction effect of verdigris in Persian miniature painting.
2.
Study of materials on selected paintings and paints collected from Iran bastan museum collection and traditional artists.
3.
Pigments used in Persian miniatures (As mentioned in Persian literature).

4.

Ms. Priya Raj William

Investigations into the heritage Textiles of kutch. Vol. I – Vol. II.

1.
Dyesused in heritage textiles of kutch & identification of natural dyes in heritage textiles from kutch.
2.
Dyed textiles of kutch Dyeing techniques of kutch
3.
Investigations into the heritage textiles of kutch

5.

Ms. Mehrnaz Azadi Boyaghchi

Finding an appropriate solution to tackle the problem of acidity in paintings.

 

6.

Mr. Ali Reza Bahreman

New method for conservation of rocky relief in Iran

1.
Pathology
2.
Geology history of Iran. Fossallogyin Iranian rocky relief stone samples
3.
Petrology and laboratory work for identification analytical structure Iranian rocky relief
4.
Laboratory study for suitable materials and method for consolidation stone.
5.
Conservation Firozabad rocky relief’s stone in Firozabad area.
 
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