Maria Ilvanidou


Maria Ilvanidou is an archaeologist and digital humanities specialist, currently working as scientific associate at Digital Curation Unit, IMSI, Athena R.C. and at the Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). She is project manager of the “Digital Landscape” project (Athena RC) and team member of 4CH (Athena RC) and Block 15 (AUEB) projects, while she has been project manager, on behalf of DCU, of the APOLLONIS Research Infrastructure. Maria is Co-Head of DARIAH-EU Virtual Competency Centre (VCC) 2 on Research and Education, associate of the UNESCO Chair on Digital Methods for the Humanities and Social Sciences (AUEB), and instructor at MSc Program in Digital Methods for the Humanities (AUEB). She holds a BA in History and Archaeology (University of Athens, 2001) and a MSc in Cultural Informatics and Heritage Management (University of Crete, 2005). She has previously worked in various digital humanities projects at the Greek Ministry of Culture, the National Research Foundation, the Academy of Athens, the University of Crete, and the Foundation of Research and Technology. Her  research interests include digital research infrastructures, digital history, digital archaeology, GIS and spatial humanities, heritage management and communication.