Dr. Damian Evans

Dr. Damian Evans, faculty member of the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sydney, Australia, uses advanced remote sensing technologies to understand human-environmental interactions at the temple complexes of Cambodia. His innovative work with airborne laser scanning (LiDAR) has uncovered previously unknown urban landscapes in Cambodia, and was hailed by Archaeology Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Discoveries of 2013.” He is Deputy Director of the Greater Angkor Project, a major collaborative research program between French, Australian, and Cambodian researchers. Dr. Evans has published widely on the archaeology of Cambodia, and his work has been featured in numerous print and TV specials on Angkor, including the History Channel, Discovery Channel, and National Geographic.

Upcoming Trips:

The Arc of the Sacred Symposium, January 25-28, 2015