Department: Pintura y Conservación-Restauración

Faculty: Bellas Artes


Emanuel Sterp Moga is a curator-restorer of Cultural Heritage. He graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid during 2017 obtaining the Autric Tamayo Chair with his Final Degree Project. He has been awarded with the 1st Prize of Young Researchers in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage awarded by the GE-IIC in 2019. His lines of research focus on new 3D technologies applied to Cultural Heritage, and the use of neodymium magnets in different conservation-restoration processes in easel paintings. He is the author of several articles and papers in national and international conferences and has two patents. He is a member of the research group UCM-Art, Technology, Image and Conservation of Cultural Heritage (ref. 970923). He has participated in several teaching innovation projects and R+D+i projects. Currently, he is a predoctoral researcher FPI (ref. PRE2019-087870).