Noemi Orazi holds a Master’s Degree in Art History and a PhD in Industrial Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where she has been a research fellow at the Laboratory of Non-Destructive Analysis on Cultural Heritage since 2010. She teaches Physics Applied to Cultural Heritage and Environmental Physics for Book Conservation. She has participated in several funded research projects (Smart Campus, Adamo, Codex4D). Her research activity is mainly devoted to the use of Imaging techniques for the analysis of bronzes, paintings and ancient books. Her studies focus particularly on the manufacture processes of Cultural Heritage by means of infrared thermography.