Eamonn is a Research Fellow in Remote Sensing and is responsible for the VISTA Centre's Remote Sensing division. He has extensive experience in the archaeological application of geomatics in both research and commercial environments. In particular, he specialises in a range of archaeological survey methods, which include geophysical survey (magnetometer, resistance and GPR), topographical survey (DGPS and Total station) and standing building recording and appraisal (measured survey and 3D laser scanning), as well as in the integration and management of spatial data in GIS and CAD systems for analytical purposes and heritage management. His research interests lie in the investigation, interpretation and presentation of archaeological landscapes through remote sensing technologies.
Eamonn is responsible for teaching and training undergraduate and postgraduate students in Archaeology the application of near-surface geophysics in an archaeological context. This includes the annual post-graduate geophysical field school in spring term and undergraduate summer field training in the Medway Valley, Kent.