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Doctoral and Masters research conducted at the Department of Conservation and Built Heritage and the former Institute for Masonry and Construction Research


1997 to date (The Institute for Masonry and Construction was in 2009 subsumed by the Department of Built Heritage)



                        

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)


 

2017
Svetlana Sammut

  •  Limiting Salt Damage - A study on the effectiveness of salt inhibitors on Globigerina Limestone 
2016
Gaetano Zammit
  • The Durability of Malta’s Lower Globigerina Limestone with respect to Salt Damage: Porosimetric considerations

2014
Tabitha Dreyfuss

  • Ammonium Oxalate Treatment
for the Conservation of Weathered Globigerina Limestone

M. Phil. Degree
2004
Roberta De Angelis

Master of Science (Built Environment)
2016
Salaam Bannoura
  • Walls of Identity: The Case Study of Palestine
James Licari
  • The City of Remembrance: Conservation Management Challenges in a 19th-Century Extra-Mural Cemetery, the Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery in Malta
Amy Sciberras
  • A Study on the Deterioration Phenomena of Marouflage Paintings

M.A. in Cultural Heritage Management
2016
Maria Grazia Cassar
  • Managing and Interpreting Living Religious Heritage: Challenges and Solutions
Rosario Mizzi
  • Enhancing Intellectual Accessibility for the Learning Impaired Visitor in Museums
2015
Kenneth Cassar
  • Authenticity in Historic House Museums: The Maltese Scenario
Jonathan Micallef
  • Sustainable Access to the Cultural Heritage Resource in the Maltese Rural Landscape: Challenges and Opportunities
2014
Wilma Plaehn
  • Fostering Effective Learning Experiences for School Groups in Museums

M.Sc. in Conservation of Decorative Architectural Surfaces
2016
Semira Bugeja 
  • Sacrificial Lime Plasters for the Prevention of Salt Damage in Globigerina Limestone Walls: Case Study of the Nymphaeum, Argotti Gardens, Floriana

 Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Conservation Technology for Masonry Buildings

2016
Jennifer Busuttil
  • Patina on Historic Buildings: Values, Dilemmas and Challenges
Stephanie Matthaei
  • Reshaping Historic Buildings: Post-war Reconstruction and Conservation Practices in Germany
Shirley Xuereb
  • Values based Study on the Conservation of Modern Buildings
2015
Audrey-Anne Bonnici
  • Safeguarding and Managing Urban Conservation Area
Michael Lanfranco
  • A Conservation Strategy for the Sienja in the context of the Maltese Gnien
Andre` Mangion
  • Seismic Vulnerability of Masonry Heritage Buildings in Malta
Nadia Martinelli
  • A Study on Moisture Movement within Traditional and Contemporary Building Materials
Charlene Jo Zammit
  • Weathering Effects of Commercially Available Herbicides used on local building materials with specific reference to Globigerina Limestone
Daphne Fenech
  • Structural Sculpture: The Stereotomic Development of Masonry in Malta
2013
Justine Grace Mercieca
  • Conservation as an Act of Interpretation: Ruins in an Urban Setting
George Tonna
  • Performance Testing of Nanolimes on Globigerina Limestone
2012
Janice Borg
  • Further Studies of the use of Linseed Oil on Building Materials with particular reference to Globigerina Limestone
2011
Vassiliki Filou
  • Decorative Art on an Architectural Surface: An Intervention Methodology
2011
Maria Roberta Galea
  • Conservation of Recent Concrete Heritage: A Local Perspective
2005

Amanda De Giovanni

2004
2003
2001
1997
Godfrey Vella Bonello
  • The Santa Maria Chapel at Tal-Virtu, Rabat: conservation of a Rotunda in distress




 

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