Arnau Garcia-Molsosa

Arnau Garcia-Molsosa
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.

Recent Publication:
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