Jamieson C. Donati
Laboratory of Geophysical - Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeo-environment
Jamieson Donati received his PhD at the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University, with a dissertation on the evolution of the built space of the Agora in the ancient cities of the Peloponnese through the study of architecture and topography. His research focuses on the study of satellite imagery of ancient cities. He has published a large number of articles and special studies in international journals and scientific collective volumes on the topography of the Classical, Hellenistic and Roman cities of the Greek peninsula. He has participated in many international research programs at IMS / FORTH and other institutes; since August 2021, he is a member of the research project Byzantine Agricultural Landscape Across the Aegean, directed at IMS/FORTH by Dr Nikos Tsivikis. He studies the formation of the rural landscape and the farms in the region of Amorion and Messini through satellite imagery.
Jamieson Donati, A. Sarris, T. Kalaycı, F.-X. Simon, C. Cuenca-García, M. Manataki, A. Doulgeri-Intzesiloglou, and P. Triantafylopoulou (2020): ‘New insights into the urban plans of Demetrias and Pherai from Integrated Geophysics and Satellite Remote Sensing’, A. Mazarakis-Ainian and A. Batziou-Eustathiou (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece, 2012-2014, Volos: University of Thessaly (2020), 243-253.