Ms Angeliki Chrysanthi
I concluded my Ba (4 years) in Archaeology (Department of Art History and Archaeology, National University of Athens) and my MSc (2 years) in Protection of Monuments and Sites (Inter-Departmental Postgraduate Programme, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens).
My interest in the field of Heritage Management developed during my Masters degree which equipped me with a range of theoretical and technical skills that I have successfully implemented in several relevant research projects and, more recently, at The Acropolis Restoration Service.
My growing interest in novel technologies applied in the Heritage Management sector, led me to the University of Southampton. Currently, I am an Mphil/PhD student (Department of Archaeology) and member of the Archaeological Computing Research Group (ACRG), working on the role of Information and Communication Technologies in Archaeological Heritage Management.