Lauriane Vieli has been working as a scientific collaborator at ArchaeoConcept since 2017, where she is in charge of "Education and Culture" projects. She holds a Master's degree in Prehistoric Archaeology from the University of Neuchâtel (2019). She completed one year of her Master's degree in Paris, at the National Museum of Natural History, specialising in "Quaternary and Prehistory" (Erasmus, 2016-2017). Her dissertation work focused on regional issues, namely the final Neolithic of the Three Lakes region. She studied all the finds discovered at the pile-dwelling site of Montilier/Dorfmatte II (excavation of 2004) in the canton of Fribourg. During her studies, Lauriane already worked as a trainee at ArchaeoConcept between 2015 and 2016. She regularly collaborated with the Archaeological Service of the State of Fribourg (SAEF), in particular in the framework of a prospections project and research for the inventory of rock shelters in Switzerland and a training course for an inventory of ceramics of the Final Bronze. She also took care of the guarding of the temporary exhibition "Un dernier verre? Archéologie d'une matière" for more than a year (SAEF, 2014-2015). She participated in several archaeological excavations and prospecting campaigns in Switzerland (Fribourg and Neuchâtel), France (Marne, Manche and Somme), Italy (Sicily) and Sudan (Kerma), which enabled her to discover different chronological periods. She is currently assistant doctoral student in prehistoric archaeology at the University of Neuchâtel.