Guest PhD candidate
Julia M. Chyla is a PhD candidate at the University of Warsaw and a visiting staff member at the Leiden Faculty of Archaeology.
Until the 31st of March 2020, daily.
Julia’s current research interest is focused on development of mobile GIS use for archaeological field surveys; she is a co-founder of the Mobile GIS Special Interest Group at CAA.
Since 2014, she conducts ‘GIS in archaeology’ courses for undergraduate and graduate students at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. Also she was a lecturer on use of digital methods at two Summer Schools.
Julia graduated at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw, faculty of Humanistic and Social Science Institute of archaeology. Her Ma thesis was titled “Application of GIS in archaeology, on the example of the site Altdorf ‘Am Friedhof’ in Germany”.
She is currently a member of Proyecto de Investigación Arqueológica Castillo de Huarmey, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Poland, where she is implementing GIS in archaeological and cultural studies of the Mausoleum in the context of Huarmey Valley.
She conducted field prospection and participated in multiple excavations in Israel, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Romania, Egypt, Peru, Poland and Tunisia.