Eleftheria Palious general research interests lies within the fields of history and prehistory of human urban settlement in Greece and Italy. She is specialized also in the use of Geographic Information Systems and 3D modelling in Archaeology and actively has been involved in developing innovative methods of computer-based spatial analysis. Her research on visibility and movement in historic and prehistoric built spaces aims to understand how people in the past thought and conceptualised various aspects of their environment, and eventually to examine social aspects of past spaces. She has been engaged with projects in the fields of the Aegean Bronze Age, Roman and Byzantine archaeology. Actually she hold the Marie-Curie-Fellowship. For more information, see her blog.
- Jan 06, 2011WorkshopChair
- Apr 01, 2010TalkPart of: Spatial analysis in built spaces: an interdisciplinary and international workshopSpeaker
- Apr 01, 2010WorkshopOrganiser, Speaker