I am a landscape archaeologist specialising in the geoarchaeology of alluvial plains and digital archaeology. These interests led me to develop skills that cross through several disciplines, such as historical geography, geomorphology, geology, and remote sensing. I am currently a PhD Student in Archaeology at Ghent University (BE), within a Joint Programme with the University of Verona (IT) and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate of the National Research Council (ISAC-CNR) in Rome, working on the reconstruction of the Po and Tiber archaeological landscapes in Italy.As a current member of the IALA Student Council, I would like to contribute more actively to promoting the already highly considered International Association of Landscape Archaeology. Since a young age, I have helped to administer the budget of a non-profit association that organised an annual cultural festival in my hometown. In the last few years, I have managed funding for personal research travels awarded by Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Faventia archaeological research project and Faentival yearly cultural event. I firmly believe that these multiple experiences and the desire to challenge myself to improve constantly can enable me to perform the tasks required satisfactorily.
IALA members can vote until Sunday 11 September 18.00 hours GMT
, by sending message vote Michele to firstname.lastname@example.org
Past election results
- IALA Board Election September 2018
President, Treasurer, Secretary