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Alex da Silva Martire

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia (MAE)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Alex Martire is historian (Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences - USP) and archaeologist (Master and PhD in Archeology at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology - USP), having developed his PhD research in Cyberarcheology area at MAE-USP (FAPESP). He has experience in Classical History and Archaeology, specializing in Ancient Rome and Technologies focused on Archaeology (Virtual and Augmented Reality). His Master's dissertation dealt with the techniques and technologies employed in the ancient Roman mining of Hispania. His PhD was on the virtual and interactive construction of the old mining area called Vipasca, south of Portugal (now Aljustrel). The researcher has published articles on the dialogue between Virtual Reality and Archaeology in important national and international academic events, such as CAA (2016), SVR (2014/2015) and AIAC (2013). He is currently a researcher at the Provincial Roman Archaeology Laboratory (LARP, MAE-USP;, and is responsible for the development of the cyber-archeology area. The cyber-archaeological works directed by the researcher at LARP have already been the subject of agenda in print and digital media. He is coordinator of the CNPq Research Group "ARISE - Interactive Archeology and Electronic Simulations" (, analyzing archaeogames and their influence on current culture. He also develops, next to the Municipal Museum of Aljustrel (Portugal), interactive cyber-archaeological projects on the local historical and archaeological heritage. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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