||H2020-RISE: Marie Curie grant agreement No. 823826
||BE-ARCHAEO: BEYOND ARCHAEOLOGY
||The main core of BE-ARCHAEO is the archaeological excavation of the Tobiotsuka Kofun (Soja city in Okayama Prefecture, Japan). Archaeologists (from both Europe and
Japan) will collaborate with a large team of interlinked archaeometry experts (i.e.: chemists, physicists, biologists, geologists, petrographers, veterinary surgeons
and soil scientists) to carry on a very advanced research focused on a major period of the old history of Japan.
||Development of a neutron imaging setup at TRIGA-LENA.
||Development of a prototype for Dynamic Grating-based Phase contrast X-ray imaging.
||Infra-P (POR FESR 2014-2020)
||SAX (Strumentazioni Avanzate per Sistemi Complessi)
||Development of a CT apparatus
||Compagnia di San Paolo, University of Torino
||New X-ray diagnostic tools for Cultural Heritage
||CHNet is the new Cultural Heritage network established inside INFN. It is composed of many units spread throughout Italy
with multiple skills in archaeometry and diagnostics of cultural heritage. One of the main topics is the developement of new instruments and methods.
||Development of imaging techniques for cultural heritage (Scanning XRF and XRL).
||"L'antica monetazione argentea tra Po e Rodano - L'argent monnayé antique entre Rhône et Pô".
||"Network of INFN divisions (Firenze, Bari, Catania, Milano, Torino) involved in the development and use of dating techniques, in particular radiocarbon and luminescence methods.".
||"Neutron and x-ray tomography and imaging for cultural heritage".
||"Fasci Rarefatti in Esterno". Development and use of new techniques based on in air ion beams (Firenze and Torino INFN divisions)".