Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology; Director of the Digital Archaeology Research Lab (DigAR Lab)
Marcos Llobera’s main research focus is the development of new digital methods to analyze archaeological landscapes and understand how these may have afforded certain perceptions and contributed to shape society. Throughout the years, he has actively contributed to the design and promotion of the use of digital information within archaeology. He combines this focus also with an interest in the application of quantitative (statistical) methods in archaeology. In archaeology, Marcos in particularly interested in question of knowledge production (epistemology) and the use of archaeology to produce alternative narratives.
Marcos directs the Digital Archaeology Research Lab (DigAR Lab). He is currently directing the Landscape, Encounters and Identity project a long-term Landscape Archaeology project in Spain (see LEIA project). He is an active programmer and developer with special interest in geospatial information. Elsewhere on campus he is affiliated with the Quaternary Research Center and the Center for Statistics and Social Sciences.