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I was born and grew up in Heidenheim/Brenz in the Swabian Jura, one of the local low mountain ranges in Southern Germany. It is known for its intriguing geology, its abundance of Jurassic fossils (200-150Ma) and its prehistoric culture. Astonishing artefacts like some of the oldest representations of the human body and musical instruments, as well as the mysterious, upper paleolithic (35-40ka) lion man were found in this area. In 2017 the caves and ice age art of the Swabian Jura were awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
Since 2017 I continue my EPSRC RSE Fellowship at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow as Chancellor’s Fellow and Lecturer.