Daniela Comelli is researcher at the Department of Physics, Polytechnic of Milan. She focuses on theĀ  development of optical spectroscopy advanced methods and instrumentations for the characterization of organic compounds relevant both in the biomedical field and in conservation science. In particular, Daniela Comelli has a profound experience in the development and application of time-resolved and spectrally-resolved optical fluorescence instrumentation, and has successfully applied these novel methods to paintings by Van Gogh, Masolino di Panicale, Filippo Lippi and Andrea Mantegna, as well as renaissance sculptures by Michelangelo.

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