Marco NEBBIA

UCL, research fellow Marco is a landscape archaeologist with a keen interest in GIS and remote sensing and the application of these technologies to the management of cultural heritage. His passion for capacity building stems from a more fundamental research curiosity about Prehistoric urbanism and the confluence of the local with the global scale of human interaction. For CAAL he works with our remote sensing teams and Central Asian partners in developing robust methodologies and uses of GIS technology in documenting archaeological heritage. His love of rock and jazz nearly transcends his… Read More

Murghab River

work experience in remote sensing

review of the 4th Central Asia Seminar Group

Ancient Peoples: Modern Methods – a review The 4th meeting of the Central Asia Seminar Group met on 7 March 2020 at the UCL Institute of Archaeology to hear a series of papers on new and ongoing archaeological research in Central Asia. Host David Fallon of the Association for Central Asian Civilisations and Silk Road Studies and the CAAL project welcomed everyone to a day of stimulating talks. We began by hearing an overview of a new mapping project by Loren Cowin (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel) focusing on the medieval sections of Merv… Read More