Barbara Sophia Brilmayer Bakti, M.A.
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- Palaeodrainage systems, hydroclimatic changes and traditional water use in Jordan – Part of the Initiative for Excellence II/ HCE cluster “Global Change and Globalization”, Research group I: Water in sensitive regions – handling limited water resources in sensitive regions of the Near East (Egypt, Jordan), Ph.D. project
- Reconstruction of palaeoenvironmental changes and their impact on Bronze Age cultures: A geoarchaeological research project in the Ida-Mountains, Central Crete
- Geomorphology, Geoarchaeology, coping with water shortages (hydrology), climate change
- GIS applications, remote sensing techniques, 3D visualizations (VNS)
- Mediterranean and Near East (Greece, Jordan)
- Summer term 2012: Remote Sensing: Object-based satellite image interpretation – Feature Analyst® for ArcGIS®
Summer term 2010:
Field course Crete: regional geographical excursion and field study (together with Prof. Dr. O. Bubenzer)
BRILMAYER BAKTI, B., SIART, C. (2008): Photorealistic landscape reconstructions – the example of Minoan Zominthos (Crete): A case study from Digital Geoarchaeology. In: Mächtle, B., Dippon, P., Nüsser, M., Siegmund, A. (eds.): Auf den Spuren Alfred Hettners – Geographie in Heidelberg. Journal der Heidelberger Geographischen Gesellschaft 23. Heidelberg, 127-140. (in German)
SIART, C., BRILMAYER BAKTI, B., EITEL, B. (2013): Digital Geoarchaeology – An Approach to Reconstructing Ancient Landscapes at the Human-Environmental Interface. In: Bock, H. G., Jäger, W., Winckler, M. J. (Hrsg.): Scientific Computing and Cultural Heritage: Contributions in Computational Humanities. Contributions in Mathematical and Computational Sciences 3. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg: 71-84.
SIART, C., HECHT, S., BRILMAYER BAKTI, B., HOLZHAUER, I. (2010): Analysis and 3D visualisation of Mediterranean subsurface karst features based on tomographic mapping (Zominthos, Central Crete). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 55, Suppl. 3: 315-335.
BRILMAYER BAKTI, B. (2009): Three dimensional landscape visualization with VNS – a contribution to the geomorphological-geoarchaeological reconstruction of the landscape evolution around Zominthos, Central Crete. Unpublished Master Thesis, Heidelberg University. (in German)
Brilmayer Bakti, B., Siart, C., Bubenzer, O., Hecht, S., Panagiotopoulos, D., Eitel, B.: Photorealistic 3D visualisations in Geoarchaeology: Reconstruction of the landscape development around the Minoan settlement of Zominthos (central Crete). Geoarchaeology Working Group – Annual Meeting 2010, Frankfurt, May 13-16, 2010.
Brilmayer Bakti, B., Bubenzer, O., Hamaideh, A.: Traditional water use and future water shortage: the re-use potential of the “Roman Wells“ of the Karak plateau, Jordan. Geoarchaeology Working Group – Annual Meeting 2011, Heidelberg, May 6-8, 2011.
Brilmayer Bakti, B., Bubenzer, O., Hamaideh, A.: Water Harvesting and Remote Sensing: Analysis of the Rooftop Water Harvesting Potential of the "Roman Wells" of the Karak Plateau, Jordan. Annual Meeting of the German Working Group on Remote Sensing, Würzburg, September 29/30, 2011.
Traditional water use in Jordan and its potential for future water stress mitigation – the case study of the “Roman Wells” of the northern Karak plateau, Jordan. Marsilius Autumn School “Bridging the water gap – interdisciplinary perspectives”, Heidelberg, November 9-17, 2010.
Traditional water use in Jordan rediscovered – Water Harvesting at the desert fringe: the case study of the "Roman Wells" of the Karak plateau. Annual Meeting of the German Working Group on Desert Margin Research, Schloss Rauischholzhausen, February 3/4, 2012.
Traditional water use at the desert fringe – water harvesting strategies on the Karak plateau, Jordan, with special regard to old cisterns. 32nd International Geographical Congress, Cologne, August 26-30, 2012.