Inmaculada Concepción Lozano Urbano

NATIONALITY

 Spanish

ACADEMIC EDUCATION 

Inmaculada Lozano studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of St. Isabel of Hungary, University of Seville, she finished the specialty of Painting in 2000 and Conservation and Restoration in 2001.

Since October 2017, she belongs to the Doctorate Program in Art and Heritage of the Faculty of Fine Arts (University of Seville), carrying out his thesis project The Conservator - Restorer of Archaeological Heritage at the Temple of Millions of Years of the Pharaoh Thutmose III.

She is currently a member of the HUM673 research group: S.O.S. Heritage at the University of Seville.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

She has intervened in various actions of conservation and restoration of architectural and archaeological heritage.

Since 2010, she participates as a member of the team in the Temple of Millions of Years of the Pharaoh Thutmose III in the conservation and restoration work.

PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS

  • Communication: Procedimiento para la recuperación del cartonaje de Amón- Renef en el Templo de millones de Años de Tutmosis III: extracción e intervenciones para su conservación. IV Iberoamerican Congress of Egyptology. Madrid, December 2018.
  • Conference: “Documentación y gestión informática de un templo de gran envergadura". In the International Eternal Thebes Course. Archaeological Museum of Seville. May 2016.
  • Communication: Intervención de restauración y conservación preventiva en el Templo de Millones de Años de Tutmosis III. V Iberian Congress of Egyptology. Cuenca, March 2015.
  • Chapter: Conservation and restoration of the Million Years Temple of Thutmose III, written in the book: The Temples of Millions of Years in Thebes. University of Granada. pp. 311-325. ISBN: 978-977-6420-07-6.
  • Conference: “Documentación, conservación y restauración de elementos arquitectónicos y objetos muebles en el Templo de Millones de Años de Tutmosis III en Luxor”. Conservation and Restoration Days of Spanish archaeological missions in Egypt. CSIC Centre for Human and Social Sciences. Madrid. June 2013.