Niklas researches coastal sites and climate proxies around the world and actively collaborates with projects in Spain, Greece, UK, Ireland, Italy, Tunisia, Turkey, Malta, Croatia, Libya, Israel, Brazil, Canada, USA, Tanzania, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Japan and Australia.
He uses a multidisciplinary approach to archaeology, by working with a variety of analytical research methods. Most notably, these are stable isotopes, trace elements, and growth incremental analysis. Alongside these, he focuses on the parallel development of new technological and methodological approaches, to push further our ability to interpret human coastal life and past environments.
2016–2018: Marie Curie Fellow - Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (FORTH, Greece)
2015–2016: Postdoc in ERC Project DISPERSE
2012–2015: PhD in Archaeology - BioArCh/University of York (UK)
2011–2012: MA in Mesolithic Studies - University of York (UK)
2008–2011: BSc in Archaeology and Geosciences - Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (Germany)