China-Greece Belt and Road Joint Laboratory on CH Conservation Technology
Start Date: 01/10/2020,     End Date: 01/10/2023

China-Greece Belt and Road Joint Laboratory on Cultural Heritage Conservation Technology

Research collaboration between IESL-FORTH and the Palace Museum within the Chinese National Key R&D Program Project “One Belt One Road: China-Greek Cultural Relics Protection Technology Joint Research” aims to construct a joint laser laboratory at the premises of the Palace Museum in Beijing.


CHINA-GREECE dialogues on Heritage Research and Conservation

The seminars are expected to present research work and experiences of CH scientists and experts from both countries, stimulate an exchange of ideas and strengthen collaboration links. ;


April 29-2022, DIALOGUE 01: Costas Vasiliadis – The Acropolis Museum
“The Erectheion Caryatids: Conservation Interventions and Removal of Pollution Encrustation by Means of Laser Technology”


June 24- 2022, DIALOGUE 02: Prof. Cunfeng Wei – Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
“The Applications and Prospects of the X-ray Imaging Technology in Cultural Relics”


September 28-2022, DIALOGUE 03: Elissavet KAVOULAKI, Ephorate of Antiquities of Heraklion, Crete, Greece
“Palace of Knossos: Conservation – restoration works and recent strategies within the HERACLES EU project”


November 24-2022, DIALOGUE 04: Andreas Germanos Karydas, NCSR “Demokritos”, Greece & CNR, -ISPC, Italy
“MA-XRF imaging of Greek Antiquities”.


December 14- 2022, DIALOGUE 05: Mr Guo Hong, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
“Restoration research of Drepung Monastery murals in Tibet”


Principal Investigator

Dr. Pouli Paraskevi
Senior application Scientist
Prof. Anglos Demetrios
University Faculty Member

Scientific Staff

Prof. Sotiropoulou Sophia
University Faculty Member

Technical Staff

Mr. Hatzigiannakis Kostas
Technical Scientist
Ms. Melessanaki Kristalia
Technical Scientist
Mr. Andrianakis Michalis
Technical Scientist


Dr. Giakoumaki Anastasia
PostDoctoral Fellow
The Palace Museum, Department of Conservation Science