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Satish C. Pandey

National Museum Institute
Assistant Professor of Art Conservation
New Delhi, Delhi, India
Satish Pandey is an art conservator with major interests in heritage science and conservation. His research focuses on decay mechanisms of inorganic materials (environmental, chemical and bio-geochemical processes) and developing sustainable conservation methodologies and approaches. At present, he is an assistant professor of art conservation at the National Museum Institute in New Delhi. Satish obtained his MA in Art Conservation from the National Museum Institute, New Delhi (2001) followed by MSc (2005) and DPhil (2010) in Archaeological Science from the University of Oxford. His DPhil research focused on the mechanisms of transport and distribution of soluble salts in historic sandstone buildings. He was an AHRC & EPSRC Science and Heritage programme postdoctoral fellow at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London on a project entitled 'Salts and synthetic coatings on wall paintings: characterising their transformation, interaction and contribution to deterioration'. Satish was also a US-ICOMOS visiting researcher at NCPTT, Natchitoches, LA and currently he is a visiting research fellow at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford.


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