Máté SZABÓ PhD
archaeology, aerial survey and remote sensing technologies, GIS, non-invasive archaeology, landscape archaeology, battlefield archaeology, Roman archaeology, Roman frontier studies, Roman villas
SELECTED WORK EXPERIENCE AND PROJECTS
2020- University of Pécs, CLIR Research Center, Research Assistant
2014-2019 (2010-) University of Pécs, Department of Archaeology, Assistant Lecturer
2004-2019 University of Pécs, Aerial Archaeological Archive of Pécs, Volunteer Researcher
2016- Mohács Battlefield research (Mohács 500 Project, Janus Pannonius Museum – Pécs; Pázmány Péter Catholic University – Budapest), organiser and researcher
2016- SEVSO project, Hungarian National Museum, researcher
2008- Participation in the research of Eastern Limes of Roman Dacia (LiDOR and RLRC projects, Mureș County Museum, Târgu Mureș, Romania), researcher and educator
2008- Aerial and field survey in Transylvania
2005- Aerial survey in Hungary
2002- Field and excavation experiences in Hungary, Germany and Transylvania (excavation leader from 2012)
2013-2014 International ERASMUS IP project: The Roman Limes as European Cultural Landscape (Călugăreni, Mureș County, Romania), educator and researcher
2013-2014 International ERASMUS IP project: Urban and cultic space in Roman Apulum (Alba Iulia, Alba County, Romania), educator and researcher
2008-2011 FRE CE Danube Limes UNESCO World Heritage Site Programme, University of Pécs, Department of Archaeology, researcher
2006-2008 Culture 2000 Frontiers of the Roman Empire Project, University of Pécs, Department of Archaeology, researcher
2017 Campus Mundi Scholarship (CM-SMR/156006/2017). Naples, Italy.
2016 Scholarship for the Young Talents of the Nation (NTP-NFTÖ-16-0432). Subject: A Roman time capsule in the light of new methods.
2015 Campus Hungary PhD Scholarship (B2/1SZ/12524). Subject: Using non-invasive archaeological methods in the research of Roman landscape in the borderland of Roman Dacia. Period: 05.01.2015 – 27.03.2015. Host Institution: Mureş County Museum, Târgu Mureș, Romania
2015 Campus Hungary Scholarship. Zagreb, Croatia.
2014 National Excellence Program – Apáczai Csere János PhD Student Scholarship (A2-ACSJD-13-0150). Subject: Using non-invasive archaeological methods in the research of Roman Landscape in Hungary.
SKILLS AND EDUCATION
2018 (2011 – 2014) PhD (Summa cum laude) University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary, Interdisciplinary Doctoral School – Doctoral Program of Ancient History. Thesis title: Using non-invasive archaeological methods in the research of Roman rural settlements in Hungary.
Supervisor: Prof. Zsolt Visy
2010 (2000 – 2010) History Major and Archaeology spec., University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary.
2004-2011 University of Pécs, Geography Major (unfinished)
2003-2004; 2007; 2011 Various trainings and seminars on GIS and remotes sensing technologies (University of Szeged, Eszterházy Károly University, ESRI Hungary)
2006 Aerial Archaeology Training Course (AARG), Cirencester-Kemble, UK
English – B2
German – B1