Dr. phil, Dipl. Prähist.
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Research associate at NIhK in Wilhelmshaven. Principal Investigator of the Project „Coast without ships – Evidence for watercraft of the first millennium AD in North West Germany“ funded by Pro-Niedersachsen.
Research associate at the Saxo-Institute, University of Copenhagen, within the Project „TIMBER: Northern Europe’s timber resource - chronology, origin and exploitation“, funded by the European Research Commission (ERC).
Research associate at the German Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven within the Project „From the North Sea to the Norwegian Sea – interdisciplinary research on the Hanseatic League“, funded by the Leibniz-Foundation.
Conferment of doctorate from the University of Rostock. Thesis on Tradition and Change in clinker-shipbuilding in the Baltic Sea Region during Early Modern Times.
Research associate at the NIhK in Wilhelmshaven. Research assessment on first millennium AD watercraft along the southern North Sea coast.
Research associate at the German Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven within the Project „Threatened cultural archive North Sea“, funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).
Research associate at the German Archaeological Institute’s Roman-Germanic-Commission in Frankfurt a. M. within the research project „Shipbuilding and shipping during the high and late medieval period – Evaluation of the archaeological sources from the south-western Baltic Sea“, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Research associate at the State Office for Culture and Heritage Protection, Department for Archaeology in Schwerin/Mecklenburg-West Pomerania.
Studies in Archaeology at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel. Graduation with a thesis on a 12th century ship from the island Möweninsel near Schleswig.
Current research topics
Pro-Niedersachsen funded project: Coast without ships – Evidence for watercraft of the first millennium AD in the southern North Sea region.
Memberships, honorary offices, awards
Member working group archaeological cultural heritage of the German Academy of Science LEOPOLDINA, Halle /Saale.
Member working group DNA – Digital Nautical Archaeology.