Nevio Danelon, Ph.D., is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University where he researches and experiments with the use of digital technologies applied to cultural heritage visualization and archaeological investigation. Nevio began his scholarly inquiry in history during his MA in Ancient History at the University of Pisa, Italy and then he received his Ph.D. in Oriental Studies defending a doctoral dissertation in Egyptian archaeology. His Ph.D. project dealt with the topographic reconstruction of Memphis, the dynastic capital of Egypt, by collating classical sources and the clues emerging from satellite imagery. In addition, he gained experience on architectural and virtual environments modeling working as a render artist and 3D modeler in Italy. He has joined the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University in 2013 as a visiting scholar thanks to a scholarship for the Regium@Lepidi project and the support of Lions Club Reggio Emilia. He is now a core member of the Dig@Lab, digital archaeology laboratory, where he takes part in different archaeological excavations and projects in Vulci (Italy), Rome, Catal Hoyuk (Turkey), and Knossos (Crete).