Name: Jiuan Jiuan Chen
Address: Buffalo, NY 14222-1004
Phone: 7163617716
Membership Type: Professional Associate
Specialties: Art on Paper,Unbound DocumentsPhotographs
Services: Treatment,Consultation-General,Documentation,Teaching/Lecturing
Materials: Photographic Materials
Willing to Travel: No

About Bio:

Jiuan Jiuan Chen joined the faculty in the Art Conservation Department at SUNY Buffalo State in the Fall of 2012 as the professor for Conservation Imaging, Technical Examination and Documentation. She is a graduate of Class of 2001 from the same program. She previously interned or worked at the Northeast Document Conservation Center, the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, Heugh-Edmondson Conservation Services, the National Gallery of Canada, the National Archives of Canada, the George Eastman House, and Paul Messier LLC. Professor Chen always explores approaches to streamline the workflow and efficacy of various imaging techniques. One of her notable contributions is the design of AIC PhD Targets together with Dan Kushel and Luisa Casella. While she worked as a photograph conservator at Paul Messier LLC, she was involved in the research and development of Target UV™ for which she and Mr. Messier co-hold a US patent “Fluorescent Color Calibrator for Calibrating RGB Pixel Values”. Professor Chen’s extensive experience in UV imaging has led to her teaching many UV workshops both within the US and internationally.

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