Dr. Daniel Knitter

During the first funding phase of Topoi Daniel Knitter was a doctoral fellow within the research group (A-I-21) Systemic Analysis. Since July 2013 he is in charge for the Topoi Lab in research area (A) Spatial Environment.

His research focuses on human-environmental interactions in general and is more specifically concentrated in the fields of geomorphology and geomorphometry as well as (pre)historic landscape development under human influence. He received his M.Sc. in Geography at the Freie Universität Berlin in 2009 for his work “Archaeological Predictive Modeling of Prehistoric and Historic Settlement Locations in the Surroundings of the Late Ancient Imperial Palace Felix Romuliana”.

Responsibilities

Coordinator Topoi Lab, Area A 

Activities

Further Activities

Feb 18, 2013 Lecture “Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Cartography”
Lectures for the doctoral candidates of the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS)