Researcher in the Research Center for Mediterranean Archaeology PAS since 2007.
tel. (22) 657 27 91
Specialization and research interests:
Archaeology of Pharaonic Egypt, especially architecture and temple decoration from the New Kingdom Period; epigraphy.
Since 1999 she has been participating in the work of the Polish-Egyptian Archeological-Conservatory Mission in the Hatshepsut Temple in Deir el-Bahari (exploration, documentation).
In 2001 she worked in Giza as a member of Giza Plateau Mapping Project (drawer), and in 2005 with the Polish-Egyptian Mission at Pelusium (geodesic measurements, drawings). She is a member of the International Association of Egyptologists since 2001.
Jadwiga Iwaszczuk was granted a scholarship holder for the outstanding young scientists awarded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (2011-2013).
Since 2012 she acts as an editor and an assistant editor of "Études et Travaux" journal.
Since 2014 she has been cooperating with the Mission of the German Archaeological Institute and the Swiss Institute at Elephantine at the reconstruction of the early Thutmoside cult buildings.
Since 2016 - the head of the Centre for the Research on the Egyptian Temple.
In 2016-2019 - the co-director of the Polish-Egyptian Archeological-Conservatory Mission in the Hatshepsut Temple in Deir el-Bahari.
She defended her PhD entitled “Ritual Topography of Thebes during the reign of Hatshepsut” in 2017.
Since 2019 - the Deputy Director of the Institute.