I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Belgian EOS CRUMBEL project “Cremations, Urns and Mobility. Ancient Population Dynamics in Belgium“ at the Université libre de Bruxelles. I undertook my Undergraduate degree and Master in Italy, at the University of Padova, where I focused on the North Italian Protohistory. Afterwards, I worked on my PhD thesis supervised by Prof. Juan Antonio Barceló at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) “Space-Temporal analysis of radiocarbon evidence and associated archaeological record: from Danube to Ebro Rivers and from Bronze to Iron ages”, period in which I am specialized.
The main topic of my research is the use of radiocarbon dates and strontium isotopes in order to reconstruct the behavior of past societies, providing thus information about phenomena like the adoption and spread of innovations, human mobility processes, socio-cultural changes, and demographic fluctuations at a European and regional scale.
As an archaeologist, I participated in excavations in Italy, Spain and Israel and spent research periods at the Department of Prehistory of the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna and the D-REAMS Radiocarbon Laboratory, Weizmann Institute of Science, in Israel.
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