FR | Digital Building Archaeology – Science Assistance

  Students at a building survey in Rome Copyright: © Julius Ebke  

Students who have a strong interest in Historical Building Archaeology can participate in the field of research as an assistant on one of the following research projects:

Fontana dell'Acqua Felice in Rome
Koepelkerk of Willemstad (NL)
Imperial Abbey Kornelimünster
Leonidaion Baths in Olympia

The range of tasks depends on the project. Tasks include: The evaluation and post-processing of building survey data (measurement data from various surveying methods, e. g. laser scanning, tachymetric surveying, structure-from-motion) up to the layouted set of plans, the graphic implementation of reconstruction proposals (drawings, 3D models), scientific work (literature research, digitalization).

If necessary, there is the possibility (depending on the project) to participate in a building survey campaign. Since these are ongoing research projects and the planning of a building survey depends on the evaluation of the previously collected data, the decision for or against a campaign is made in the current semester.

If you have any questions about the listed research projects, please contact the respective supervisors (contact: see below).



Field of Research
M. Sc. | all semesters


Introduction: Wednesday, April 26, 2023, 9:30am, AGes Library
Further dates will be scheduled depending on each individual project.
Submission: In the summer. The specific date of submission will be scheduled with your supervisor.


Sara Dolls M.A. (Koepelkerk of Willemstad (NL), Leonidaion Baths)
Dr.-Ing. Tobias Glitsch (Kornelimünster)
Dipl.-Ing. Architektin Verena Hake (Fontana dell'Acqua Felice, Rome)