Our Members working in Southern Europe

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Bachtsevanidou Strantzali, Ioanna (Northern Ireland). Worked in: Greece, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, UK, Vietnam. Affiliation: Queen’s University Belfast. Interest: Geology, Palaeontology, Archaeology, Palaeoenvironment. Bio: I hold a BSc. in Geology, and a MSc. in Paleontology. My current research on archaeology and paleoecology for the SUNDASIA project is focusing mainly on radiocarbon dating, modelling expectations and species diversity, within a framework of changing environmental conditions, during the Early Holocene and Late Pleistocene in Tràng An massif in Vietnam part of the World Heritage site and assigned with Unesco. I have worked for the Times magazine as an interviewer, and currently as an assistant editor in the Centre for Global Education, as a guest investigator in the Lab of Archeology and Paleontology, a unit responsible for the paleontological research in Portugal, and also as a teaching assistant in Queen’s University. In my free time I love learning new languages, and speak Greek (native), English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese and Japanese.

Grigore, Stelian (Romania). Worked in: Romania and Balkan States, Circumpolar Arctic. Affiliation: Museum of Human Evolution and Technology in Paleolithic Targoviste. Interest: Archaeomalacology (Terrestrial Gastropoda), Palaeoecology, Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction. Bio: I graduated a BSc in Chemistry, an MSc in Geology and an MSc in Biology-Ecology. I am an old explorer of caves and Arctic region. I study malacofauna from Pleistocene and Holocene especially terrestrial gastropoda

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