Maud Devolder is currently a Gerda Henkel Research Fellow of the research group AEGIS (UCLouvain). She did her PhD at the UCLouvain on the ‘Social Components and Interactions in Neopalatial Crete’, as an aspirant funded by the F.R.S.-FNRS. She graduated in Archaeology at the UCLouvain and holds a Master in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology from the KULeuven.
After her PhD, she spent four years in Athens as a Post-doctoral Researcher of the F.R.S.-FNRS and Belgian Member of the French School at Athens, and two years as a Humboldt Research Fellow (Topoi Excellence cluster, Berlin). She is directing the research and publication projects of the Palace and of the Dessenne Building at Malia (EfA) and is also involved in excavations and post-excavation studies of Cretan sites such as Palaikastro and Myrtos Pyrgos (BSA). She also excavated on the Anavlochos and at Dreros in Crete (EfA), at Thorikos in Attica, with Robert Laffineur (EBA/BSA), and at Tournai in Belgium, with Raymond Brulet (CRAN). At Sissi, Maud directs the work in zone 5, the South part of the top of the hill. In 2015 and 2016, she directed the work in zone 6 in the court and eastern part of the North Wing in the Ceremonial Building.
See also https://minoan-aegis.academia.edu/MaudDevolder