I am a German archaeologist with a specialisation in landscape archaeology and GIS-based methods.
I gained professional experience in Germany and Saudi Arabia and have a passion for the archaeology of road systems. Beside my academic career I work as a freelance map designer and Web Developer. This Website serves as a portfolio and presents a few of the projects I worked on over the last years
I started to study Prehistoric Archaeology at the Free University Berlin in 2009. In 2013 I graduated with the Bachelor of Arts and continued directly with the consecutive Master in the same field.
2014 I started to work at the TOPOI excellence cluster in Berlin where I developed my specialisation for the methods and perspectives of landscape archaeology.
Between 2014 and 2016 I regularly worked at the Orient-section of the German Institute of Archaeology, mainly at the DFG-funded Tayma project, from where I drew his inspiration for my Master thesis “Evaluating Arabia’s trade routes with Least-Cost-Paths”.
2018 I finished my Master studies and followed up with 1 year abroad in Australia and Asia where i gained interesting insights professionally as an Archaeological Consultant but also mentally as a traveller and guest to many fascinating cultures.
2019 i returned to Germany and decided to become a programmer and 2020 I started a job as Webmaster in the German Archaeological Institute overseeing the online presence of the world´s largest research institute on archaeology.
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