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|Tinhinane Chekai is a doctoral student at the University of Pau. Her thesis takes place in the context of the JPI-CH project “CrystInArt” and focuses on the study of salt crystallization in artwork.|
- Tinhinane Chekai, Rozeline Wijnhorst, Pascale Sénéchal, Stefano de Miranda, Leo Pel, Noushine Shahidzadeh, Hannelore Derluyn, X-ray micro-computed tomography to study salt precipitation and salt damage in multilayered porous materials, International Conference on Tomography of Materials & Structures (ICTMS), Grenoble, France, June 27 – July 1, 2022.
- Tinhinane Chekai, Pascale Sénéchal, Marie-Pierre Isaure, Peter Moonen, Hannelore Derluyn, The role of the chemical, hygroscopic and structural properties of an antique tile in its susceptibility to salt damage, 7th International Workshop on Crystallization in Porous Media (CrysPoM VII), Pau, France, June 7-9, 2021.
- Tinhinane Chekai, Rozeline Wijnhorst, Pascale Sénéchal, Marie-Pierre Isaure, Stefano de Miranda, Leo Pel, Noushine Shahidzadeh, Hannelore Derluyn, Structural, chemical and hygric characterization of antique Dutch tiles and their susceptibility to salt damage, 15emes Journées d’Etudes des Milieux Poreux (JEMP), Strasbourg, France, October 25-27, 2021.