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Ulrich Ruedel

HTW - University of Applied Sciences Berlin
Professor
Berlin
Ulrich Ruedel holds a doctorate in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Muenster, Germany and has worked on optical biochemical sensors and intellectual property rights before turning to the practice and science of film preservation. As a 2005 graduate of the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation, he has explored heritage color systems such as Technicolor as archivist at the George Eastman House. More recently, he has worked as Research and Development Manager at Haghefilm Conservation and, concurrently, as Project Manager for the non-profit Haghefilm Foundation. Following employment as Conservation Technology Manager at the British Film Institute’s J. Paul Getty Jr Conservation Centre, he accepted a position as Professor of Conservation and Restoration at HTW – University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, to focus on teaching and researching the preservation of film, photos, video and related modern media.
Monday, March 19
 

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Tuesday, March 20
 

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Wednesday, March 21
 

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