Dr Dora Constantinidis

Research interests

  • Spatio-temporal data mining (Heritage Informatics)

Biography

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.

Recent publications

  1. Kurnia S, Constantinidis D, Parkes A, Tamm T, Seddon P. A preliminary testing of the strategic IT decision making model. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. 2017, Vol. 504.
  2. Seddon P, Constantinidis D, Tamm T, Dod H. How does business analytics contribute to business value?. INFORMATION SYSTEMS JOURNAL. Blackwell Science. 2017, Vol. 27, Issue 3.
  3. Kurnia S, Constantinidis D, Parkes AJ, Seddon P. Is there a prescription for strategic IT decisions?. Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases. 2017, Vol. 7, Issue 1.
  4. Constantinidis D. Crowdsourcing culture: Challenges to change. Cultural Heritage in a Changing World. 2016.
  5. Constantinidis D. Proximity analysis of metaphysical Aegean ritual spaces during the bronze age. Aegaeum. 2016, Vol. 39.
  6. Constantinidis D. Review: A Test of Time and A Test of Time Revisited: The Volcano of Thera and the Chronology and History of the Aegean and East Mediterranean in the Mid-Second Millennium BC by Sturt W. Manning. Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology & Heritage Studies. Penn State University Press. 2016, Vol. Vol. 4, Issue No. 4.
  7. Smith M, Lewi H, Constantinidis D, Stitt H. Directed looking and proximal content: Two concepts for designing mobile guides to historic urban places. Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference, OzCHI 2014. 2014.
  8. Constantinidis D. Physis and space: Aegean bronze age depictions and their architectural context. Aegaeum. 2014, Issue 37.
  9. Constantinidis D, Smith MW, Chang S, Lewi H, Saniga A, Sadar J. Designing Fieldwork with Mobile Devices for Students of the Urban Environment. 30th ascilite Conference. Macquarie University. 2013.
  10. Constantinidis D, Karali. Floral or Faunal? Determining Forces on Minoan and Mycenaean Jewellery Motif Selection with a GIS. KOSMOS JEWELLERY, ADORNMENT AND TEXTILES IN THE AEGEAN BRONZE AGE. Peeters. 2012.
  11. Seddon P, Constantinidis D, Dod H. How does business analytics contribute to business value?. 2012 International Conference on Information Systems. Association of Information Systems. 2012.
  12. Seddon P, Constantinidis D. Through what mechanisms does business analytics contribute to business value?. 16TH PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Association for Information Systems. 2012.
  13. Constantinidis D, Karali L. A PROPOSED SURVEY OF EAST MEDITERRANEAN MUREX HEAPS FROM THE BRONZE AGE TO ROMAN TIMES: A GIS ANALYSIS OF POSSIBLE TRADE NETWORKS. PURPUREAE VESTES III Textiles and Dyes in Antiquity. 2011.
  14. Constantinidis D. GIS for managing the analysis and protection of archaeological remains in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. Archaeology in Oceania. Oceania Publications. 2009, Vol. 44.
  15. Constantinidis D. From Fields to Feasts: Interpreting Aegean Architecture and Iconography in Relation to Feast Preparations. DAIS: The Aegean Feast. Proceedings of the 12th International Aegean Conference. Universite de Liege. 2008.

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