The DFG Emmy-Noether project is grouped into two phases of funding. The second of which is only started after evaluations at mid-term. We are happy to announce that we have just received confirmation of this second round of funding and are looking forward to 3 more years of research!
Since 2021 much has changed, we were able to carry out fieldwork, build a new LIBS-System, move to a new building in Mainz and, most importantly, get some exciting results from archaeological shells. Below is a short selection of photos of the last 3 years and you can access our latest presentation of ongoing work studying climatic changes at Franchthi Cave.
Finally, here is the presentation from the recent INQUA conference in Rome. It shows some of the methodological background but also the amazing way that we can upscale seasonally resolved climatic information from single layers to within periods to across longer time-scales.
- Call for applications for Postdoc position
- Call for applications for PhD position
- New Emmy Noether Group
- Study on LIBS System published in Nature Scientific Reports
- Applying laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and elemental imaging on marine shells for archaeological and environmental research