Bruker Nano Analytics presents:

ELIO, Portability and Flexibility in Art Studies - Hear our Experts’ Voice

On-Demand Session - 71 Minutes

Portable micro-XRF Spectrometer for Art & Conservation Part V

Bruker's ELIO portable micro-XRF scanner supports studies in Art & Conservation worldwide, taking XRF measurements to the object of interest, wherever it may be. Join us to learn about how ELIO is helping our partners in Art & Conservation to delve deeper and reveal new insights with their research.

  • Prof. Marco Malagodi, University of Pavia

“Manufacturing technique of ancient Cremonese Violins“

  • Dr. Olivier Bonnerot, BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung

“XRF Ink Analysis of Selected Herculaneum Papyri”

  • Dr. Elena Basso and Dr. Federica Pozzi, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“When portability is crucial: the Network Initiative for Conservation Science (NICS)”

The webinar will be rounded off by a 15-minute Q&A session where our experts will answer your questions.

Who Should Attend?

  • Researchers, professionals and students in cultural heritage conducting XRF analysis
  • Archeologists or Art Scientists working in-situ in Cultural Heritage sites
  • Those interested in broadening their understanding of micro-XRF analysis of artifacts in general


Prof. Marco Malagodi

University of Pavia, Italy

Dr. Olivier Bonnerot

BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Germany

Dr. Elena Basso

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Dr. Federica Pozzi

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

Michele Gironda

Market Segment Manager Art & Conservation, Bruker Nano Analytics

Dr. Henning Schröder

Product Manager micro-XRF, Bruker Nano Analytics