Laurențiu-Marian Angheluță

Laurențiu is a Ph.D. physicist, enthusiast photographer, 3D artist, and web programmer. For the last 16 years, he has worked as a scientific researcher in a group dedicated to developing new methods and services for the field of the survey and documentation of cultural heritage (INOE 2000). Laurențiu is a member of several national and international professional associations related to the digitization of cultural heritage. He has experience working with 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry, terrestrial and aerial, in the lab and in-situ. His survey and documentation work include the mosaics in Mezquita (Cordoba, Spain in 2016), Heroes Ensemble in Târgu Jiu (Romania – 2015-2019), the painted tombs in Constanța (Romania), and the rupestrian churches in Buzău Mountains (Romania).

Anjo Weichbrodt

Anjo Weichbrodt is a conservator for built heritage with experience in fieldwork and applied research. He is active in conserving and documenting built heritage in Switzerland and abroad. In addition to his private practice, Anjo is employed as a research assistant in the Physical Chemistry of Building Materials (PCBM) group at ETH Zurich. Given his interest in monitoring built heritage, Anjo gained proficiency in GIS and photogrammetry. He participated in the documentation campaign of the vast mosaics at the archeological site of Bulla Regia, Tunisia. Prior he researched alternative backing methods and materials for mosaics during the Graduate Internship program at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles. Anjo holds a Master’s degree in conservation of built heritage at SUPSI in Canobbio, Switzerland.