Antonio LoPiano

PhD Student, Classical Studies | Wired! Lab GIS Research Assistant
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Antonio LoPiano is a PhD student in the Classics Department. His research focuses on Roman archaeology, but extends broadly throughout the Classical Mediterranean. His interests include urban topography, the development of domestic space, life on the Roman frontier, and the use of digital reconstructions to test spatial hypotheses and foster public outreach. He has worked on excavation projects in Southern Italy and Jordan, and he will be joining an excavation in Etruria this summer. He is currently a Research Assistant in the Wired! Lab assisting with GIS projects. 


Projects

Digital Public Buildings in North Carolina

Mapping German Construction