Background and activities

My principal research interest is in the development of integrated geophysical survey strategies to investigate archaeological sites and landscapes in a non-destructive manner. I often incorporate aerial photography, satellite imagery and other spatial analysis datasets (e.g. artefact concentrations, chemical soil analysis) to complement geophysical information and maximise proxy data interpretation.

Besides archaeological investigations, my research interests have also developed in humanitarian applications. These include the use of high-resolution geophysics to detect unmarked human burials, mass-graves and illegal infrastructure.

During my three-year postdoctoral appointment, I will work on issues and methodological development related to the application of geophysical methods at a wide range of archaeological sites and under different geological conditions. 

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

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