Vincent Haburaj studied pre-and early history and Romance studies in Jena as well as landscape archaeology in Berlin. While studying he was student assistant at Topoi by managing an XRFA-Database for ceramics. Besides this he was head of the archaeologic field work project based at a Jewish Cemetery in Zittau.
In 2016 he started a doctoral fellowship at BerGSAS within the program “Landscape Archaeology and Architecture” (LAA) and within Topoi`s research group (A-1) Marginal Habits. His research project deals with quantitative remote sensing techniques within archaeological contexts.
- 1.6.2018TalkHyperspektralaufnahmen als Hilfsmittel zur stratigrafischen Analyse archäologischer GrabungsschnittePart of: Öffentliches Doktorandenkolloquium des Exzellenzclusters Topoi und der BerGSASSpeaker
- 24.10.2017LecturePart of: LAA zu GastSpeaker
- Winter semester 2017/2018Lecture SeriesWintersemester 2017/2018Organiser
17-20.9.2018 Talk Hyperspectral Imaging for Improving Stratigraphic Interpretation in Yeha, Ethiopia. Together Jan Krause, Sarah Japp, Iris Gerlach, Björn Waske, and Brigitta Schütt
Part of: 5th International Landscape Archaeology Conference, Newcastle and Durham