Dr. Buławka is an early carrier researcher specializing in GIS and computational methods in the archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Central Asia, and Iran. He is joining the GIAP research group at the ICAC with the project UnderTheSands, under the guidance of Dr Hèctor A. Orengo.
His main research topics are irrigation networks, landscape archaeology, ancient economy, settlement pattern, and Iron Age in Central Asia and northeastern Iran. He is co-creator of the Mobile GIS SIG group in the Computer Association Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archeology (CAA), an international organization bringing together archaeologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists aiming to encourage communication between these disciplines.
A brief biography:
Buławka completed his PhD in 2020 at the Faculty of Archaeology (University of Warsaw). He gained much experience managing field survey projects in Turkmenistan and Poland through digital documentation methods and using local relief models and CORONA imagery to study irrigation networks of alluvial plains. Nazarij’s previous research under his doctoral thesis focused on changes in settlement patterns and the irrigation of three oases in Turkmenistan during the Iron Age: Serakhs oasis, Tedjen, and Murghab alluvial fans.
More information: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nazarij-Bulawka