DR Dora Constantinidis

DR Dora Constantinidis


  • Spatio-temporal data mining (Heritage Informatics)



  • Having completed an undergraduate degree in Middle Eastern Archaeology at the University of Melbourne I went on to complete post graduate study in Information Technology (IT). After working as a programmer/analyst for several years in industry I decided to apply IT to archaeological and cultural heritage research. For this I completed a PhD that applied a Geographical Information System (GIS) to analyse spatio-temporal data sets generated by archaeology and heritage professionals.

    I continue to research data mining of spatio-temporal data sets for Heritage as well as emerging technologies that can be applied to preserve cultural heritage for future generations.   


Selected publications



Education and training

  • PhD, University of Athens
  • GCUT, University of Melbourne
  • Grad Dip (Computing), Monash University
  • BA (Hons), University of Melbourne

Awards and honors

  • Deans Award for Excellence in Teaching (Faculty of Science), Faculty of Science, 2010
  • Award for Excellence in Teaching (Department of Information Systems), Department of Information Systems, 2009