Linda Damiani is an Archaeologist and student at the Italian Archaeological School in Florence, specialising in the study of the Middle Ages.
She was involved with several archeological projects both in Italy and abroad, including the Kuwaiti-Italian archaeological mission to Failaka, Kuwait, with the University of Perugia (2010-2014).
Her interests include the application of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) to the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. She has a 2nd level Master Degree (EQF8) in Geotecnologie per l’Archeologia (GTARC) at the University of Siena, with an internship in the Remote Sensing and GIS Laboratory at ENEA Bologna (2016-2017).
She has worked as a museum attendant in various Italian museums of the Umbria and Marche regions (Perugia – Assisi – Ascoli Piceno).
She is currently an associate member of ABACO cooperative society, that focuses on archaeological and cultural heritage service, enhancement and promotion of local cultural resources.