Fabiana Battistin
Classical archaeologist
Fabiana Battistin is an archaeologist affiliated to the Università della Tuscia (UNITUS). She conducted research mostly on Greek, Etruscan and Roman cities and architecture. With a deep interest in research methodology, she has been involved in many archaeological excavations, both as a student and as a supervisor, in Italy and Europe. Her Ph.D. research is about the archaeological interpretation of buried sites investigated through geophysics and the application of spatial analysis. In the last years, she took part in the European Project CLIMA (Cultural Landscape risk Identification, Management, and Assessment - JPI Cultural Heritage Plus, 2015-2018), working for the definition of risk assessment procedures, especially in respect to soil erosion and vegetation growth threatening archaeological heritage. She is currently cooperating with project RESEARCH (REmote SEnsing techniques for ARCHaeology - funded by H2020-MSCA-RISE-2018, num. 823987) and STABLE (STructural stABiLity risk assEssment - funded by H2020-MSCA-RISE-2018, num. 823966), in particular for the study of ancient sites and risk assessment methodology, and in support to the planning and management of research activity. She is cooperating with CAMNES since 2014. For further information on talks and publications see the personal profile on Academia.edu.

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