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06-Dez-2005 11:52, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 4.5, 70.0mm, 0.017 sec
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16-Feb-2008 21:53, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 6.3, 60.0mm, 0.01 sec, ISO 800
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24-Jun-2008 10:18, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 11.0, 38.0mm, 0.006 sec
 
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NIKON E3100, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.13 sec, ISO 100
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20-Nov-2008 11:02, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 3.5, 18.0mm, 0.02 sec
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16-Mai-2007 12:57, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 5.0, 70.0mm, 0.003 sec
 
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NIKON E3100, 5.8, 6.2mm, 0.005 sec, ISO 100
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07-Jul-2008 04:04, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 5.6, 60.0mm, 0.01 sec, ISO 2000
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NIKON E3100, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.012 sec, ISO 100
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28-Okt-2008 02:20, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 4.0, 60.0mm, 0.013 sec, ISO 400
 
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NIKON COOLPIX S570, 2.7, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 200
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20-Apr-2013 15:18, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 3.9, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 450
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04-Mrz-2008 14:54, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D200
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04-Mrz-2008 14:55, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D200
 
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04-Okt-2013 10:33, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 3.9, 5.0mm, 0.001 sec, ISO 125
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04-Okt-2013 10:52, NIKON COOLPIX AW100 , 7.8, 5.0mm, 0.003 sec, ISO 125
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NIKON COOLPIX S570, 2.7, 5.0mm, 0.004 sec, ISO 320
 
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01-Mrz-2012 00:17, Canon Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL, 5.6, 12.0mm, 0.02 sec, ISO 1600
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02-Mrz-2012 20:29, Canon Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL, 6.3, 12.0mm, 0.02 sec, ISO 800
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06-Dez-2005 15:26, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 22.0, 48.0mm, 0.017 sec
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06-Dez-2005 15:19, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 22.0, 105.0mm, 0.017 sec
 
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09-Nov-2010 11:17, Canon Canon PowerShot A720 IS, 2.8, 5.8mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 80
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13-Mai-2003 14:32, Canon Canon PowerShot G2, 2.8, 21.0mm, 0.02 sec
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13-Mai-2003 14:32, Canon Canon PowerShot G2, 2.5, 10.6875mm, 0.02 sec
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24-Okt-2012 11:11, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 4.0, 24.0mm, 1 sec, ISO 200
 
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12-Mrz-2007 16:25, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 3.5, 18.0mm, 0.017 sec
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16-Mai-2007 12:59, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70, 5.6, 18.0mm, 0.002 sec
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07-Apr-2008 08:54, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP550UZ
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14-Feb-2008 10:12, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. SP550UZ , 2.8, 4.68mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 100
 
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25-Aug-2008 06:51, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70s, 4.2, 34.0mm, 0.017 sec
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23-Nov-2012 15:09, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 8.0, 44.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 200
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23-Nov-2012 15:15, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 3.2, 24.0mm, 0.025 sec, ISO 400
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23-Nov-2012 15:03, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700, 8.0, 24.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 200
 
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02-Okt-2012 10:00, NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D300, 4.5, 25.0mm, 0.017 sec, ISO 3200
 

/// INSTITUTE OF CONSERVATION

The preservation of art and artefacts is the focal point of conservation. The artistic and scientific area of study includes not only the practice of conservation, but also examination and analysis as well as the development and implementation of concepts for care and preservation.

Duration of the Course: 10 Semesters

Academic Degree: Magister/Magistra artium (Mag. art.)

The curriculum is arranged in two segments balanced between theory and hands-on practice. In all specialized areas of study, from the very beginning work is carried out on original artifacts from renowned public and private collections as well as from the Federal Office for the care of Monuments. The focus is on project oriented examination and analysis utilizing information of artistic techniques and technology with modern methodology within a framework of ethical considerations.

The first segment encompasses introductory semesters of the general practice of conservation. The second segment includes in-depth science and humanities courses, practical work in conservation as well as initial research in the chosen area of specialization.

The four specialty areas offered are grouped around the conservation and restoration of paintings, objects, textiles and stone. Additionally, students have the possibility to narrow their focus of conservation specialization, e.g. archaeological finds or contemporary art. Learning about methods for preventive care of artistic and cultural artifacts is an important feature in all the specialty areas, as is the development of long term preservation strategies for historic collections. Graduates of the programme will not only be equipped with the knowledge of their own areas of specialization but also with a basis for interdisciplinary work, especially in the field of preventive conservation.