Kalliopi Baika, an archaeologist-diver of the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities in the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Greece, is currently Assistant Professor of Mediterranean Maritime Archaeology in Aix-Marseille University, France. Since 2013, she is the scientific coordinator of the Master MoMArch (Master of Maritime and Coastal Archaeology), Centre Camille Jullian, AMU-CNRS. Since 2017, she is member of the UNESCO Chair in Maritime and Coastal Archaeology obtained by Aix-Marseille Université, responsible for the coordination of the international network. Her main research interests lie on the study of Mediterranean harbour and coastal archaeology and geoarchaeology, with a focus on naval harbours and their specialised infrastructure (shipsheds) and, more generally, on Classical and Hellenistic harbour-cities (topography, fortification, issues of urbanism, geosciences). After completing  a PhD thesis in Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne), she held post-doctoral research positions in the Universities of London (UK), Patras (GR) and Aix-Marseille (FR). She has conducted extensive interdisciplinary fieldwork in harbours and naval bases in the Aegean and Ionian Seas in collaboration with European Universities and Research Institutes specialising in oceanography, geology, geomorphology, coastal geosciences and has participated in several European Projects on underwater/maritime archaeology.

 
 

 

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