McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
Arnau Garcia-Molsosa is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow in the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at Cambridge University. His research focuses on the study of present landscapes as the result of long-term human-environment interactions and, consequently, part of our cultural heritage. As a landscape archaeologist, he works with archaeological, historical and geospatial data in the context of multidisciplinary studies directed to understand how human societies have inhabited and conceptualized their environment through time.
A brave new world for archaeological survey: Automated machine learning-based potsherd detection using high-resolution drone imagery
Garcia-Molsosa (2019) Journal of Archaeological Science