Sandra Müller (1976) graduated in History in 2003. During her studies she also attended courses in Pre- and Early History as well as in Human Biology with the focus on Archaeology.
She obtained a PhD in Egyptology from Vienna University in 2011 and has worked with and for several international outstanding archaeological missions in Austria and Egypt (Austrian Archaeological Institute, German Archaeological Institute, Swiss Archaeological Institute, University of Vienna, University of Tübingen, Archäologie-Service (a former sub-division of the Austrian Federal Agency for the Preservation of Archaeological Monuments (BDA)) within the past 15 years. Sandra held some lectures at the Helwan University in Cairo about Archaeological Methods, was several times field-director of excavations in Egypt and the organizer and director of the Archaeo-Training from the German Archaeological Institute Cairo for members of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities.
She has considerable experience in archaeological fieldwork, drawing experience and interpretation of data. In November 2015 Sandra joined the LBI ArchPro and is currently working for the co-operation project “A puzzle in 4D” with OREA (Austrian Academy of Science) on the interpretation of old excavation data from Tell el-Daba, Egypt.