He studied Prehistoric Archaeology (BA) from 2009 to 2013 and is
currently pursuing a Master’s degree in the same discipline at the Freie
Universität Berlin. During this time, he has worked in various
excavation sites in Germany and abroad. Besides his current position at the Interdisciplinary Laboratory, he also works at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (German
Archeological Institute) in the Bioarcaucasus-Projekt.
His work for
the Cluster consists of creating digital models of roman residential
architecture, including photogrammetric reconstructions of original
archeological artifacts, used to demonstrate the interdependence between
space and beholder.