I received my PhD from the University of Helsinki in 1998. However, I did most of the research on it at Athens and also worked there at the Finnish Institute 1997â€“2000. I have been a Lecturer and later Senior Lecturer in Greek Archaeology at the Department of Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London since autumn 2000. My main research area is ancient architecture: I have lately concentrated on employing three-dimensional modelling as a research tool in topography and architectural reconstruction, and using statistical methods and computer simulations is very often an important aspect of my publications. In the Kalaureia Research Programme I will be responsible for the study of architecture and the computerised reconstruction model of the site.
My recent research projects include the following:
For a list of recent publications, see my home page at Royal Holloway .
Address: Dept of Classics
Royal Holloway, University of London
Surrey TW20 0EX