Artesani received her M.Sc degree in Physics at Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy). In 2018, she obtained her Ph.D. degree at the Physics Department of Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and she worked on the application of photonic techniques for pigment and painting material investigation. In particular, she focused on the application on laser-based techniques for the non invasive identification of modern pigments and on the physical mechanisms which induce those pigments to degrade. She has been involved in international reserach projects related to these topics and she worked as visiting researcher at the C2RMF in Paris. She is now working as Post-Doc at the Center for Cultural Heritage Technologies (CCHT) in Venice on developing protective coatings for material of cultural interest.