Manuel Giandomenico graduated in 2021 in conservation and restoration of stone artefacts, wall paintings, stuccoes and mosaics at the Istituto Centrale per il Restauro of Matera. His thesis focused on the conservation of byzantine medieval frescoes preserved in the Saints Peter and Paul hypogeum in Matera. During his studies, he was involved in the restorations of: the Neptune fountain vasca and castellum by Tommaso Laureti and Giamboulogne in Bologne, the Emperors’ room frescoes by Perin del Vaga in the Silvestri-Rivaldi palace in Rome and the mosaic from the “Colonnato tuscanico” villa in Herculaneum archaeological site. His true interests are the analysis of the artistic executive techniques, preventive conservation and conservation science. He has collaborated with CCA since 2019, working on Marco Simone Roman villa as assistant in the ACI training courses. For CCA he recently participated at the realization of Al Fadel minaret mosaics, Manama, Bahrain. In 2021 he joined CCA where he works as assistant in restoration and conservation projects.