I am a Near Eastern Archaeologist based in Germany and focused on the methodology of reconstruction of ancient architecture. I received my degree at the Free University of Berlin
, Germany and am still anrolled as a PhD student with a thesis about the influence and development of archaeological reconstruction drawings of the 19th and 20th century. During my time as a student, I started a company called Artefacts
, that focused on creating visual reconstructions of ancient architecture and worked for various projects.
I am currently a research assistant at the University of Cologne
and work in the newly created Master-programm of Archaeoinformatics
(Computational Archaeology) as a specialist in 3D Documentation and Modelling. I am also a Fellow for Innovations in Digital Teaching and explore new ways of communicating archaeological knowledge with modern technologies in an associated project
Upcoming Talks and Conferences
together with E. Deschler-Erb/S. Geiermann: The burial chamber of Köln-Weiden, 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology in Cologne/Bonn, 22th-26th of May 2018.
Organizer of the Symposium “Communicating the Past in the Digital Age – Digital methods for teaching and learning in Archaeology” at the University of Cologne, 12-13th of October 2018: https://communicatingthepast.hcommons.org/