Professor Nena Galanidou is a senior academic at the Department of History and Archaeology at the University of Crete. She specialises in spatial analysis, quantitative and qualitative methods in archaeology, stone tool technology in Stone Age contexts, and she is doing research in submerged landscapes and public archaeology. Prof. Galanidou is involved in many research projects around Europe and she is currently directing Palaeolithic research on Lesbos and the Inner Archipelago, excavating the Lower Palaeolithic Rodafnidia at Lisvori and the Middle Palaeolithic cavern at Kythros.
Her contribution in BONDS is key bringing her expertise on spatial analyses and working with Stone Age contexts. She will particularly consult on the selection of study units, on the setting of databases and GIS and on interpretations on spatial analyses.