Dipl.-Geol. Univ. Alexander Binsteiner

A. Binsteiner auf den Hochterrassen der Enns in Niederösterreich mit 500.000 Jahre alten Faustkeilen aus der Altsteinzeit.  © Alexander Binsteiner

born 1st of May 1956 in Wasserburg am Inn (Upper Bavaria) married , one daughter
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Study and special training

1976-1977 Study of Archaeology University of Munich
1977-1979 Excavation technique Bavarian Monumental Service
1979-1985 Study of Geology, Palaeontology and Mineralogy University Würzburg
1985 Final degree as a Diplom Geologist, Palaeontologist and Mineralogist
1992-1993 Special training as a broadcasting journalist (PR, Marketing) in Nürnberg
1997-1998 Special training as an EU-consultant in Munich

 

Practice in Profession

1977-1984 Technical and scientific employee in Bavarian Monumental Service (BLfD) in Munich and Landshut
1985-1989 Excavation leader BLfD Landshut
1987 Kurator Exhibition “Feuerstein-Rohstoff der Steinzeit”, Archäologisches Museum Kelheim, Bavaria
1989-1990 Scientific employee in the Bavarian Society for Archaeology
1990-1991 Export Supervisor United Parcel Service Munich Airport
1990-1993 Several projects in the USA
1993-1996 Chief Geologist and University Lecturer „Ötzi-Project“ University Innsbruck
1996-1997 Correspondent Prager Zeitung and language teacher in Prague
1998 Press speaker Euregio-Department in Freyung
1999-2001 Project leader BLfD Landshut EU-project „The Flintroute between Bavaria and Bohemia“
1993-2008 Lecturer for Geoarchaeology University Innsbruck and Vienna
2001-2011 Freelancing geoarchaeologist
2001-2003 Project leader “The flint deposits and the distribution of Bavarian hornstones”
2003 Curator Exhibition “Steinzeit im Chiemgau”, Naturkunde- und Mammut-Museum Siegsdorf, Bavaria
2003-2007 Geoarchaeological project “Kleinwalsertal”, University of Innsbruck
2005-2008 Project leader “Flint analysis of neolihtic settlements in the region of Linz and Upper Austria, Nordico Museum City of Linz
2006 Curator Exhibition “Drehscheibe Linz – Steinzeithandel an der Donau”
2007 HIMAT project university of Innsbruck
2007 Curator Exhibition “Der Fall Ötzi”, Nordico Museum City of Linz
2007 Project “Venus of Willendorf”, Natural History Museum Vienna
2007-2008 Flint artefacts Willendorf and Stillfried, Natural History Museum Vienna
2008 Geoarchaeological project “Mondsee culture”, City of Mondsee, Upper Austria
2008-2011 Kurator International Exhibition “Rätsel der Steinzeit zwischen Donau und Alpen”, Linz Austria and Regensburg Bavaria
2009 Analysis prehistoric site of Perg-Weinzierl, Upper Austria, Nordico Museum City of Linz
2010 Analysis prehistoric site of “Berglitzl”, Upper Austria, OÖ Landesmuseum
2010 Analysis prehistoric site of Ernsthofen, Donau-Enns Region, NÖ
Landesmuseum
2011 Field Survey Donau-Enns-Paläolithikum, Government Upper and Lower Austria
2011-2013 Field Survey Lehberg site homo erectus, Haidershofen, Lower Austria
2011-2014 Analysis of a stone age collection community of Engerwitzdorf, Upper Austria with an exhibition
2012-2014 EU-project “Stoneage in Mühlviertel”
2014 10 years stoneage project in Linz
2014 Field Survey Lehberg site, Haidershofen, Lower Austria
2014 Bavarian flint in Upper Austria
2015 Bavarian flint in Lower Austria
2015 Exhibition Nordico Linz “Urbayerisches in Oberösterreich”
2015-2016 Stoneage in the Enns Valley, Upper and Lower Austria
2005-2016 Linz Stoneage Project
2016-2017 Early neolthic flint trade along the Danube
2017-2018 Government of Lower Austria and City of Regensburg.
Raw material research district Melk, Lower Austria, and region of Regensburg, Bavaria.