Ingelise Nielsen

Ingelise Nielsen

Konservator, PhD, Lektor

  • Esplanaden 34

    1263 København K

    Denmark

1988 …2019

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Curriculum vitae

Education:

1995 - PhD in paper science, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST)
1986 - Informatics (one-year course), University of Copenhagen
1985 - MSc in conservation, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Conservation
1982 - BA in Egyptology, University of Copenhagen
1979 - BSc in conservation, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Conservation

Present position:

Since 1996 - Head of the Graphic Department at the School of Conservation
Since 1985 - Lecturer in paper conservation, paper technology and paper history at the School of Conservation

Former employment:

1999-2001 - Visiting professor, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Meisterschule für Restaurierung und   Konservierung, Vienna
1982-84 - Danish National Archives conservation department

Research areas:

Paper conservation, paper technology and paper history with special focus on lining procedures, dimensional stability of paper and watermark research. Works at present on the establishment of a Danish watermark database at the Centre for Art Technological Studies and Conservation (CATS)

Examples of other professional activities:

1999-2004 - Member of the Research Committee under the Ministry of Culture
Since 2004 - Engaged in the development of European standards for the preservation of cultural property (CEN/TC 346). Member of the WG 1: General guidelines and terminology and WG 11: Conservation process

 

External positions

Visiting professor, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien

19992001

Research area

  • Materials
  • paper
  • papyrus
  • Analysis and deterioration
  • materials testing
  • dimensional stability
  • Conservation
  • paper
  • manuscripts
  • art on paper
  • large formats
  • posters
  • Paper conservation
  • History and culture
  • paper history
  • watermark research
  • paper technology