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Andrea Jalandoni

Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Social Cultural Research, Griffith University

I am a Digital Archaeologist specializing in rock art recording and enhancement using photogrammetry and other remote sensing techniques including lidar and unmanned aerial systems. I have almost 20 years of archaeological experience in Australia, Southeast Asia, and Micronesia working on some of the most famous World Heritage Sites like Kakadu National Park (NT), Niah Cave (Malaysia), and Nan Madol (Pohnpei).

I am a Senior Research Fellow at the Place, Evolution, and Rock Art Heritage Unit at Griffith University currently working on an ARC Special Research Initiative (Art at a crossroads: Aboriginal responses to contact in northern Australia and the Griffith Postdoctoral Fellowship (Lost and Found CHamoru Cultural Heritage: Using lidar to find archaeological sites in the Mariana Islands) among other projects.


  • –present
    Research Fellow, Griffith University


  • 2018 
    Griffith University, Archaeology