Dr Garcia-Molsosa is a landscape Archaeologist interested in present landscapes as the result of long-term human-environment interactions and, consequently, part of our cultural heritage. His areas of expertise include the development of archaeological excavations, surface survey and remote sensing analysis based on the combination of ancient and modern cartographic products, field data and computer algorithms for automatised image analysis.
He is a Ramon y Cajal fellow at ICAC since 2023, and member of the Landscape Archaeology Research Group (GIAP-ICAC). After completing his PhD from the University Rovira i Virgili (URV) in 2013, he has held postodctoral positions at the State University of New York at Buffalo (US), the Universitat de les Illes Balears (Balearic Islands), the McDonald Institute for Archaeological research at the University of Cambridge (UK) and at ICAC as Beatriu de Pinós MSCA-Cofund fellow.
As a visiting lecturer at URV, he supervises three PhD Thesis that have received funding from the Catalan Research Agency (AGAUR) through their research training program (FI). He also coordinates the Master Module on Computational Archaeology in the MA Applied Classical Archaeology (URV-ICAC-UAB).