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Department of Human Evolution

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (341) 3550 - 350
fax: +49 (0341) 3550 - 399

e-mail: streiber@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de


Curriculum Vitae

Education

2017 - Present

Ph.D. in Applied and Analytical Paleontology
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Institute of Geosciences
In collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology,
Department of Human Evolution
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Thomas Tütken and Dr. Klervia Jaouen

2015-2017Masters in Archaeology: Quaternary and prehistory
Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle (M.N.H.N.), Paris
Master “Evolution, Natural heritage and Societies: Quaternary and Prehistory”
Speciality: Anatomical and taxonomical diversity of Quaternary zooarchaeology
Supervisors: Dr. Élise Dufour and Dr. Anne-Marie Bacon
2011-2014B.A. in Archaeology
Laval University, Québec
International profile, during the 2014 autumn semester in Paris IV, La Sorbonne

Conference Presentations, Posters, and Abstracts

  • Bourgon N., Jaouen K., Bacon A.-M., Dufour É., Demeter F., Antoine P.-O., Boesch Q., Duringer P., Patole-Edoumba É., Ponche J.-L., Shackelford L., Duangthongchit S., Sayavonkhamdy T., Sichanthongtip P., Sihanam D., Souksavatdy V., Hublin J.-J., Tütken T., 2018. Preservation and variation of diet-related zinc isotope in a Late Pleistocene food web: Perspectives on a new dietary tracer. 8th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology ISBA.
  • Bourgon N., Jaouen K., Bacon A.-M., Dufour É., Demeter F., Antoine P.-O., Boesch Q., Duringer P., Patole-Edoumba É., Ponche J.-L., Shackelford L., Duangthongchit S., Sayavonkhamdy T., Sichanthongtip P., Sihanam D., Souksavatdy V., Hublin J.-J., Tütken T., 2018. Zinc isotopes as a dietary indicator for archaeology and paleontology: Insights from a Southeast Asian Late Pleistocene food web. 8thAnnual Meeting of the European Society for the study of Human Evolution.
  • Bourgon N., Jaouen K., Bacon A.-M., Dufour É., Demeter F., Antoine P.-O., Boesch Q., Duringer P., Patole-Edoumba É., Ponche J.-L., Shackelford L., Duangthongchit S., Sayavonkhamdy T., Sichanthongtip P., Sihanam D., Souksavatdy V., Hublin J.-J., Tütken T., 2018. Zinc isotopes on fossil teeth and their use as dietary tracer: Evidences from a multi-isotopes study. Frontiers in Archaeological Sciences 2.
  • Bourgon, N. 4thYoung Natural History Scientists’ Meeting (YNHM). 2017

Archaeological Employment

2016-2017Assistant archaeologist for Ian Badgley 
National Capital Commission, Ottawa, Canada
Organization, management and excavation of the Archaic to Woodland BiFw-18 archaeological site, Leamy Lake Park, Gatineau, Canada

Analytical and Technical Training

  • Drilling of bulk and sequential samplesfrom tooth enamel for stable isotope analysis
  • Sample preparation for δ13C and δ18O analysisof the structural carbonate fraction
  • Sample preparation for δ66Zn and 87Sr/86Sr analysis of bulk tooth enamel 
  • Sample preparation for δ13C and δ15N analysis of bulk bone collagen
  • Multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (MC-ICP-MS) analysis of δ66Zn and 87Sr/86Sr analysis of bulk tooth enamel
  • Zooarchaeological  anatomical and taxonomic identification and data analysis: recording of taxonomic, demographic and metrical information, fragmentation patterns and processing modifications, generating mortality profiles
  • Statistical Data Analysis using R: descriptive statistics and data visualization, linear and non-linear regression analysis, multivariate statistics
  • Stable Isotope Mixing Models using R: SIAR, SIBER,  MixSIAR (SIMM) and simmR, offered by PRstatitics,
    Instructors: Dr. Andrew Jackson, Dr. Andrew Parnell

Archaeological Science Work

2016-2017Master's research thesis 
Sampling,  samples preparation and data analysis of δ13C and δ18O stable isotope analysis of tooth enamel,as part of my second year of post-graduate program, within the U.M.R. 7209 of the C.N.R.S. ("Archaeozoology, Archaeobotanics: Societies, Practices and Environments"): “Isotopic analysis of continental large carnivores fauna of the Upper Pleistocene of Laos.”
2015-2016Master’s Introductory research thesis
Sampling, samples preparation and data analysis of δ13C and δ18O stable isotope analysis of tooth enamel,as part of my first year of post-graduate program, within the U.M.R. 7209 of the C.N.R.S. ("Archaeozoology, Archaeobotany: cultures, human practices and environments"): “Trophic study based on stable isotope analysis of tooth enamel (C & O) on a mammal collection from the Cambodian site of Boh Dambang, in Southeast Asia.”
2011-2014Zooarchaeological Work for Professor James Woollett
Laval University, Québec, Canada
Identification and description of faunal material from Svalbard, Iceland

 

Archaeological Field Work

  • 2016/2017
    At the Archaic to Woodland BiFw-18 site, Leamy Lake Park, Gatineau, Canada
    Supervisors: N.C.C. archaeologist Ian Badgley 
  • 2013
    At the historic site of Îlot-du-Palais (Colonial to Industrial era periods), Québec, Canada
    Supervisors: Professor Réginal Auger and Professor Allison Bain
  • 2012/2016
    At the Magdalenian site of Pincevent, France
    Supervisors: Professor Michel Orliac, Dr. Pierre Bodu and Dr. Olivier Bignon