Professional experience in the field of the project:
- PhD thesis (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași): Appliance of geographical and geophysical methods in the interdisciplinary research of Cucuteni settlements from Moldavia. Case studies;
- Training stage (four months): Ludwig Boltzman Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology, Vienna (Austria);
- Summer school: Non-destructive approaches in complex archaeological sites: geophysical and geomorphological measurements, Radio-Past project, Ammaia, Marvao- Portalegre (Portugal);
- Certified ArcGIS intensive course, ArcInfo package, ESRI Romania, Bucharest (Romania);
- Certified training course for G858 caesium magnetometer, Geometrics.Inc, San Jose (SUA);
- Certified training course for Leica GPS and Total Station, TopGeoCart, Bucharest (Romania);
- M.A. dissertation thesis: The spatial analysis of the Cucuteni settlements in the Bahluieţ river basin.
List of five most important achievements in the field of the project (as of 2013):
- Andrei Asăndulesei, Geophysical prospecting techniques used in archaeology. Magnetometry, Studia Antiqua et Archeologica, XVII, Ed. Universității „Al. I. Cuza‖ Iași, 2011, p. 5-17;
- Asăndulesei Andrei et al., L‟utilisation des méthodes non-invasives dans la recherche archéologique. Applications de la magnétométrie au césium sur les sites Gumelniţa de Dobroudja, in: Société et environnement dans la zone du Bas Danube durant le 5ème millénaire avant notre ère, (eds. Laurent Carozza, Cătălin Bem, Cristian Micu), Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza‖ din Iaşi, Iaşi–Bucureşti, 2012, p. 115-130;
- Asăndulesei Andrei et al., Cesium magnetometer survey in the Cucuteni settlement of Fulgeriş-La Trei Cireşi, Bacău County, Romania, Romanian Reports in Physics, 64 (2012), 3, p. 878-890 (ISI-ranked journal);
- (co-author) – Use of the 3-D scanner in mapping and monitoring the dynamic degradation of soils. Case study of the Cucuteni Băiceni Gully on the Moldavian Plateau (Romania), Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 8 (2012), p. 6907-6937 (ISI-ranked journal);
- (co-author) – Use of Terrestrial 3D Laser Scanner in Cartographing and Monitoring Relief Dynamics and Habitation Space from Various Historical Periods, in: „Cartography” – A Tool for Spatial Analysis, (ed. Carlos Bateira), Croatia, 2012, p. 49-74.
Previous projects in the field of the project:
- CNCS project: The ethno-archaeology of the salt springs and salt mountains from the extra-Carpathian areas of Romania; CNCS project code PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0825 No. 219/5.10.2011, project manager: Dr. Marius Alexianu;
- CNCS project: Chronos – Cronologie şi interacţiuni umane în eneoliticul din sudul României. Gumelniţa – perioadă cheie a preistoriei europene – staţiunile, spaţiul cunoscut şi necunoscut; coordinating project manager: Dr. Radian Andreescu (National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest); project manager from the partner ―Alexandru Ioan Cuza‖ University of Iași: Assistant Prof. Dr. Vasile Cotiugă; CNCS project code: PN II-PC nr. 92101/1.10.2008; period: 2008-2011.
Membership in prestigious professional associations:
- International Society of Archaeological Prospection (ISAP) – member;
- WAC (World Archaeological Congress) – member;
- Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) – member;
- ARHEOINVEST – The Interdisciplinary Training and Research Platform in the Field of Archaeology – member;
- Societatea Română de Arheometrie – member.