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Aoife is the Principal Investigator of the project 'Northern Europe's timber resource - chronology, origin and exploitation' (TIMBER). This project builds a multi-disciplinary team to analyse the material and written evidence for timber usage over six centuries (c. 1100-1700). The region of origin of timber is being analysed using several scientific methods. Some methods are tried and tested, some highly experimental. Identifying the timber source and the timber destination and using high-precision dating that dendrochronology provides, she studies the changes, through time, in the availability and exploitation of this essential resource.
- 2002–2022 Scientific Consultant, dendro.dk
- 2016–2022 Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen
- 2013–2016 Research Fellow, Statens Museum for Kunst
- 2011–2013 Marie Curie IEF Research Fellow, University College Dublin
- 2007–2010 postdoc, Roskilde University
- 2004–2007 PhD Scholar, University of Southern Denmark
- 1995–2002 Research Assistant, The National Museum of Denmark
- 2007 University of Southern Denmark, PhD
Grants and Contracts
- 2015 grant no. 677152 Northern Europe's timber resource - chronology, origin and exploitation (TIMBER) Role: Principal Investigator Funding Source: European Research Council
- 2011 Marie Curie Intra‐European Fellowship PIEFGA-2010-272490 'Chronology, Culture and Archaeology' Role: PI Funding Source: European Commission
- 2004 PhD Scholarship Role: PhD Scholar Funding Source: Danish National Research Foundation
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