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Giuseppe Guarino

PhD Student

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-ANT/09 Ancient Topography

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Giuseppe is currently a PhD candidate in Archaeology at the University of Bologna. His research focuses on the study of archaeological landscapes, in particular, abandoned and still inhabited ancient cities, through the application of non-invasive techniques (Geophysics and Remote Sensing). He has gained various work experiences in the University sectors working in important archaeological sites such as Agrigento and Pompeii and in the foreign archaeological missions of Karkemiš (Turkey) and Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq) and many others. He has collaborated with foreign universities in research projects including the NUPP-North Urban Paestum Project with Colgate University (New York, USA). His current research concerns the study of the Roman cities of Suasa and Falerio Picenus, (Marche, Italy), and he conducts research in collaboration with the Italian Space Agency and the National Research Centre on the study of satellite images to mitigate the threat quarry constructions close to archaeological sites. He is also a member of the non-profit association Una Quantum whose aim is the development and dissemination of FLOS Software for Cultural Heritage.



Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà
Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 2, Bologna - Go to map

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