Public Lecture: Maurizio Seracini, The Investigation and Preservation of Art History

Maurizio Seracini, Da Vinci detective. (image credit: maurizio-seracini.blogspot.com
Maurizio Seracini, Da Vinci detective. (image credit: maurizio-seracini.blogspot.com

All students and staff are invited as guests of Monash University to hear from one of the world’s most inspiring Cultural Heritage Engineers, Maurizio Seracini.

  • Monday 18th August, 4-6pm
  • Alexander Theatre, Clayton Campus

Professor Maurizio Seracini, Sir Louis Matheson Distinguished Visiting Professor at Monash University, National Geographic’s Fellow and DaVinci detective, has dedicated his career to investigating art masterpieces and historic monuments using advanced radar technologies, x-ray and thermography. Professor Seracini will demonstrate his interdisciplinary application of these technologies in the investigation and authentication of Art, Architecture and Archaeology.

Please join us after the lecture for some light refreshments in the Foyer of the Alexander Theatre.

RSVP is required by 11 August. To respond, and for further details, see the flyer here: SERACINI FLYER