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Philip Verhagen is assistant professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, specialized in computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology, with an emphasis on GIS, spatial analysis and modelling. He has held a position as post-doctoral research fellow at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam from 2009-2017. Before that, he has worked as a GIS specialist in contract-based archaeology with Dutch companies RAAP (1992-2005) and ACVU-HBS (2005-2008).
He has been Publication Officer of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods from 2011-2016, and is currently Managing Editor of the newly started Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology.
Since 1 January 2018, dr. Verhagen is Scientific Director of ARCHON, the Dutch Research School for Archaeology.
NWO VENI-grant (2009-2012), 'Introducing the Human (F)actor in Predictive Modelling for Archaeology'
NWO VIDI-grant (2012-2017), 'Finding the Limits of the Limes'
Omgaan met materiële bronnen (Working with material sources; coordinator; taught with dr. Chiara Cavallo, dr. Arno Verhoeven, dr. Liesbeth Smits and Anne van Hilst)
Interdisciplinary Research in the Humanities (taught with dr. Chiel van den Akker, prof. Katja Kwastek, dr. Kristine Steenbergh, dr. Sjoerd Kluiving, prof. Petra van Dam and prof. Inger Leemans)
Dr. Verhagen is coordinator of the VU Honours Programme for the Faculty of Humanities.
ARCHON GIS course (coordinator)
Dr. Verhagen's research focuses on the methodological and theoretical aspects of spatial analysis and modelling in landscape archaeology. He has published widely on archaeological predictive modelling and settlement pattern analysis, and has recently extended his interests to agent-based modelling and network analysis within the context of his research project 'Finding the Limits of the Limes'. This project focused on using simulation modelling to reconstruct and understand the cultural landscape in the Dutch part of the Roman frontier.
He has also been involved in research into the effectiveness of archaeological survey for purposes of archaeological heritage management, and has contributed to Dutch national guidelines in this respect.
A full list of Dr. Verhagen's publications can be found on https://vu-nl.academia.edu/PhilipVerhagen
PhD, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Master, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › Academic › peer-review
Now you see them, now you don't: Defining and using a flexible chronology of sites for spatial analysis of Roman settlement in the Dutch river areaVerhagen, J. W. H. P., Vossen, I. M. J., Groenhuijzen, M. R. & Joyce, J. A., 2016, In : Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 10, p. 309-321
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › Academic › peer-review
Computational Approaches to the Study of Movement in Archaeology. Theory, practice and interpretation of factors and effects of long term landscape formation and transformation.Polla, S. (ed.) & Verhagen, J. W. H. P. (ed.), 2014, Berlijn: De Gruyter. 137 p. (Topoi Berlin Studies of the Ancient World; no. 23)
Research output: Book / Report › Book editing › Academic
Site discovery and evaluation through minimal interventions: core sampling, test-pits and trial trenchesVerhagen, J. W. H. P., 2013, Good practice in archaeological diagnostics. Non-invasive survey of complex archaeological sites. Corsi, C., Slapšak, B. & Vermeulen, F. (eds.). Berlin: Springer, p. 209-226 15 p. (Natural Science in Archaeology).
Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceeding › Chapter › Academic › peer-review
Finding the Limits of the Limes: Modelling Demography, Economy and Transport on the Edge of the Roman EmpireVerhagen, J. W. H. P. (ed.), Joyce, J. A. (ed.) & Groenhuijzen, M. R. (ed.), 2 Aug 2019, Springer. (Computational Social Sciences)(Simulating the Past)
Research output: Book / Report › Book › Academic › peer-review
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