GIAP opens the period for the pre-selection of Marie Skłodowska-Curie proposals

Landscape Archaeology Research Group

GIAP opens the period for the pre-selection of Marie Skłodowska-Curie proposals

GIAP will be open until mid-july to eaccept candidatures for Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) postdoctoral positions. Available supervisors include:

Francesc C. Conesa for topics related to landscape archaeology, computational archaeology, remote sensing, GIS and machine learning. fconesa@icac.cat

Arnau Garcia-Molsosa for topics related to landscape archaeology, landscape history, survey, computational archaeology, remote sensing, GIS and machine learning. agarcia@icac.cat

Merkourios Georgiadis for topics related to landscape archaeology, survey, material analysis and. Aegean archaeology. mgeorgiadis@icac.cat

Alexandra Livarda for topics related to archaeobotany, archaeology of food and taste, Aegean archaeology, Roman and Medieval social bioarchaeology and bioarchaeological approaches to ritual and trade. alivarda@icac.cat

Hector A. Orengo for topics related to landscape archaeology, survey, computational archaeology, remote sensing, GIS, network analysis and machine learning. horengo@icac.cat

Josep Maria Palet for topics related to landscape archaeology, mountain archaeology, survey, Mediterranean archaeology, archaeomorphology and agrarian landscapes. jpalet@icac.cat

Join a vibrant international community of postdoctoral researchers at ICAC. We are one of the world-leading groups in landscape archaeology, archaeobotany, mountain archaeology, archaeomorphology and GIS and we are pioneering some of the most innovative techniques such as automated drone-based intensive survey, multitemporal multi-source remote sensing, archaeological machine learning, spatial network analysis and 3D geometric morphometrics. Many more topics are available together with multiple study areas all over the Mediterranean and beyond where new research can be conducted as part of ongoing or independent projects.

ICAC is an excellent research centre to develop MSCA projects with state-of-the-art equipment, laboratories, library and teaching and meeting spaces. It offers MSCA fellows the opportunity to apply for additional funding to complete their research and optional teaching and supervisory roles are available to help further the fellows’ careers.

Contact one of the available supervisors above to discuss a possible project. We are very experienced in MSCA project preparation and have had a very high success rate during the last few years. Applications from female researchers and members of disadvantaged groups are highly encouraged.

For other disciplines with available supervisors at ICAC please click here.

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