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Dr. Luc Moreau

 

CURRICULUM VITAE [DOWNLOAD A PDF VERSION OF THE CV]

Email: lm704@cam.ac.uk

Institutional address: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3ER, UK

Websites:  
Academia: http://rgzm.academia.edu/LucMoreau
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Luc_Moreau3
Current and past research projects: 
http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/directory/lm704
http://web.rgzm.de/en/luc-moreau-projects

 

CURRENT POSITIONS

01/2016 – 12/2017
Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow (European Commission)
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge

05/2017 – present
Research Associate (Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR) 7041 –ArScAn)
Maison Archéologie et Ethnologie, René Ginouvès, Paris: Archéologies et Sciences de l´Antiquité (ArScAn)

 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

11/2014 – 12/2015
Research Associate MONREPOS Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum (RGZM), Germany

01/2012 – 10/2014
Post-doctoral Researcher (PI on a research project funded by German Science Foundation/DFG), MONREPOS Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution, RGZM, Germany

06/2008 – 12/2011
Post-doctoral Researcher (funded by a PostDoc scholarship of the RGZM)
MONREPOS Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution, RGZM, Germany 

11/2001 – 11/2002
Archaeologist for Cultural Heritage and Historic Monuments, Service public de Wallonie, Belgium.

 

EDUCATION

03/2003 – 02/2008
PhD in Archaeology (magna cum laude), University of Tübingen, Germany. 

09/1998 – 09/2001
M.A. in Archaeology (with honours), University of Liège, Belgium.

09/1996 – 09/1998
B.A. Archaeology and History of Art, University of Liège, Belgium.

 

GRANT FUNDING & AWARDS totalling EUR 435,443
(since 2009 - EUR 378,943.-)

2017 — D M McDonald annual conference competition award: GBP 10,000.-

2017 — NERC Radiocarbon Facility (Archaeology) award: GBP 3,105.- 

2016 — DM McDonald Grants and Awards Fund: GBP 5,000.-

2016-2017 — EC H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship: EUR 183,455.-

2012-2015 — German Science Foundation (DFG) PostDoc Research Grant: EUR 157,200.-

2009-2010 — Wenner-Gren Foundation Post-Ph.D. Research Grant: USD 21,000.-

2008 — Travel grant awarded by the German Archaeological Institute, Berlin: EUR 8,500.-

2003-2008 — UNESCO “Welterbe Höhlen der Schwäbischen Alb” PhD Studentship (4 years), University of Tübingen: EUR 48,000.-

 

RESEARCH FUNDING

2017 — NERC Radiocarbon Facility (Archaeology) award: GBP 3,105.- 

2016 — DM McDonald Grants and Awards Fund: GBP 5,000.-

2016-2017 — EC H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship: EUR 183,455.-

2012-2015 — German Science Foundation (DFG) PostDoc Research Grant: EUR 157,200.-

2009-2010 — Wenner-Gren Foundation Post-Ph.D. Research Grant: USD 21,000.-

 

PRIZES & AWARDS

2017 — D M McDonald annual conference competition award: GBP 10,000

2008 — Travel grant awarded by the German Archaeological Institute, Berlin: EUR 8,500.-

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

2016 –2017
University of Cambridge (UK): Undergraduate and Master courses (lectures, practicals) and supervisions of Undergraduate students.

2017
University of Ljubljana (Slovenia): Lectures for undergraduate and Master students.

2009 –2015
University of Mainz (Germany): Seminars for undergraduate and Master students.

2008
University of Tübingen (Germany): Seminar for Master students.

 

EDITORIAL DUTIES, REVIEWER AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANEL

2015 – present:
Member of the editorial board of Quartär: International Yearbook for Ice Age and Stone Age Research (open access journal)

2009 – present:
Reviewer of Journal of Human Evolution, Geoarchaeology, Quaternary International, Antiquity, C.R. Palevol, World Archaeology, Journal of World Prehistory, Social Sciences/Anthropology Series (Springer)

2014 – 2015
Member of the International Organizing Committee of CHAGS 11, Eleventh Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, Austria, September 7-11, 2015 (http://chags.univie.ac.at/organization/)

 

ORGANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

01/2018
Social Inequality before Farming?’, University of Cambridge, January 21-23, 2018.

09/2015
Eleventh Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 11), Austria, September 7-11, 2015, organisation of a conference session: 
L. Moreau & R.L. Kelly, ‘Detecting shifts in mobility strategies in prehistoric and contemporary forager societies

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

French – native language
German – native language
English - fluent (speaking, reading, writing)

 

IT SKILLS

ArcGIS; SPSS; Access 2013; Graphic software (Adobe Photoshop /Illustrator/Corel Draw)

 

ACRREDITED COURSES AND TRAINING (selection)

  • Accredited training in ArcGIS; three months intensive course (WBS Training AG, Koblenz, 6.7.-5.10 2015)
  • Short course in radiocarbon dating and Bayesian chronological analysis (Oxford University, 20-22 March 2017)
  • Training in the petrography of chert or flint: École thématique SILEX (Nice, France, 21-25 November 2016)
  • Training in geochemical sourcing methods of chert or flint: LA-ICP-MS analyses of archaeological and geological flint samples at the Earth Sciences Dept., University of Cambridge (January 2016-May 2017)

 

RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS

2009 - 2010
Breitenbach, Germany: excavation and analysis (PIs: L. Moreau & O. Jöris) - Open air site, Aurignacian

2011
Grotte de la Brouette, Belgium: test excavation and analysis (PI: L. Moreau) - Cave site, Neolithic & undetermined Upper Palaeolithic

2013
Slovenia (Pokrajinski Muzej Celje): study trip (1 month), funded by the German Science Foundation

2012
Vienna (Natural History Museum): study trip (3 months), funded by the German Science Foundation

2012
Brussels (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences): study trip (3 months), funded by the German Science Foundation

The following stays were funded by the travel grant of the German Archaeological Institute (D.A.I. Berlin) and comprised between one and two weeks, between November 2008 & May 2009:

05/2009 — Ukraine (Institute of Archaeology, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev; Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Lvov) 

04-05/2009 — Russia (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk; Institute of Archaeology, Moscow)

03-04/2009 — Kazakhstan (University of Almaty; University of Kokshetau)

03-04/2009 — Uzbekistan (Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Tashkent)

02-03/2009 — Iran (D.A.I. Teheran; National Museum, Teheran)

02/2009 — Syria (D.A.I. Damascus; National Museum Damascus) 

01/2009 — Jordan (D.A.I. Amman; National Museum, Amman)

12/2008 — Slovakia (Institute of Archaeology Košice; Institute of Archaeology Nitra)

11/2008 — Hungary (Herman Ottó Museum Miskolc; National Museum Budapest)

11/2008 — Romania (Academy of Sciences, Bucharest; University of Târgovişte) 

11/2008 — Bulgaria (National Museum and Archaeological Museum, Sofia)