Science and Technology for the Diagnosis and Preservation of Cultural Heritage

Science and Technology for the Diagnosis and Preservation of Cultural Heritage

The degree programmes in Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving the Cultural Heritage create a link between science, art, archeology and history, and offer the most advanced scientific and technological resources and instruments for the study, the enhancement and the preservation of artwork and archaeological finds.

Students returning to campus will enjoy the following dedicated services:

  • a video training course on anti-Covid safety rules
  • new functions on the portal and in the timetable app to reserve seats in classrooms and libraries
  • a lancing kit to be collected at the University.

As of Monday, September 14, you will access Teams, and all Microsoft Office 365 services using your University credentials, the same ones you use for Unimia and your unimi.it email box.

Find out more on the internal page.

 
Educational offering a.y. 2020/2021
A.Y. 2020/2021
Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving the Cultural Heritage and Information Storage Media
A.Y. 2020/2021
Cultural heritage conservation science

Location

The school of Science and Technology for the Diagnosis and Preservation of Cultural Heritage is located in Milan, on Via Luigi Mangiagalli 34.

Classrooms

Classes are held in the Città Studi teaching sector (Via venezian 21), on Via Celoria 14 and 20, and on Via Golgi 19.

Some classes are held in the Computer Science (via Celoria 18), Earth Science (via Botticelli 23), and Humanities (via Noto 6 and via Festa del Perdono 7) rooms.

Department of Earth Sciences "Ardito Desio" (Referring Department)
Via Mangiagalli 34 - 20133 Milano

Department of Chemistry
Via Golgi 19 - 20133 Milano

Department of Physics “A. Pontremoli”
Via Celoria 16 - 2033 Milano

Department of Computer Science "Giovanni degli Antoni"
Via Celoria 18 - 20133 Milano

Department of Food, Enviromental and Nutritional Sciences
Via Mangiagalli 25 - 20133 Milano

Academic Board Chairman's Office ‑ Course Administration

The Student Desk is located on via Mangiagalli 34 (ground floor), 20133 Milan.
email: Sportello.Beniculturali@unimi.it

Opening hours - via Mangiagalli 34:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9.30 to 11.30am

 

 

Registrar

Via Celoria 18 - 20133 Milan