Ivana Ožanić Roguljić (PI) graduated from the Department of Archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb in 1998. She received her Master’s degree in 2004 from the Department of Archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, where she also received her PhD in 2012. Before joining the Institute of Archaeology she worked as a curator at the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (2000 – 2003) and the Municipal Museum in Vinkovci (2003 – 2004). From 2004 to 2006 she was junior researcher at the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb and in 2007 she started working at the Institute of Archaeology, where, in 2012, she was appointed to the academic title of the research associate. In the course of her career, has participated as manager, deputy manager or associate in a number of archaeological systematic and rescue excavations of the prehistoric, Roman and mediaeval period, mostly in Croatia, but also in France. Her research interests are topics from classical period archaeology, especially instrumentum domesticum, the history of food, remote sensing, travel stations and communications and the popularization of science (http://popular.iarh.hr). She organized visits by various scholars from Croatia and abroad as well as scientific round tables and conferences. She has participated and organized the seminars of the Institute of Archaeology. One of the major recent achievements is the development and coordination of the IARH team of the online database BAZA – The database of antique archaeological sites of the Republic of Croatia (http://baza.iarh.hr/public/locality/map) which is an ongoing project financed directly from the Institute of archaeology. At the moment she is the PI of two projects: Life on the Roman road Life on the Roman road - communications, trade and identities on Roman roads in Croatia from 1st to 8th (http://lrr.iarh.hr/) century funded by Croatian science foundation and as ERDF partner on Living Danube limes (http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/living-danube-limes) funded by Interrreg, Danube Transnational Programme EU. Both are ending in December 2022.
- 2019 – 2021 (ongoing) UNESCO nomination, Frontiers of the Roman Empire – The Danube Limes – Eastern sector (Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria).
- 2018 – 2021 (ongoing) Maja Zemna, Suzana Damiani, Ana Marinković, Danko Zelić, Research and educational project Discovering the Old Dubrovnik Cathedrals Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Akademija likovnih umjetnosti Odsjek za konzerviranje i restauriranje umjetnina, Instititute of art history, Croatia.
- 2014 – 2020 (ongoing) Victor Ghica, Danijel Dzino, Ante Milošević, Roman pottery from Bribirska glavica, Varvaria-Breberium-Bribir Archaeological Project, Macquarie University, the Norwegian School of Theology, Muzej hrvatskih arheoloških spomenika, Bribrska glavica, Croatia.
- 2014 – 2018 collaborator to the project Roman Economy in Dalmatia funded by Croatian science foundation, Goranka Lipovac Vrkljan (PI).
- 2007 – 2013 The Northern Croatian Coast in the context of the ancient defences system (collaborator, junior researcher), head: Goranka Lipovac Vrkljan, Institute of archaeology.
- 2004 – 2006 Roman Military Camps in Croatia - Tilurij (collaborator, junior researcher), Head: Mirjana Sanader, University of Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
- 2002 – 2006 Antique Necropolises and Roads in Northern Croatia (collaborator) Head: Zoran Gregl, Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.