Sara Popović graduated archeology at the University of Zagreb in 2007 and in 2016 at the University of Ljubljana. In the field of archeology she deals with the level of landscape , using a full range of non-invasive methods of aeroarheology, remote research, GIS and the application of other digital technologies in archeology. Its main field of interest is monitoring the landscape and the risk assessment of cultural heritage with a view to more effective protection and management.
From 2008 to 2010 he worked as a curator at the Old Town Museum on the island of Hvar where, after the end of her employment, she led the excavations of ancient Faros, while the project of monitoring the landscape of the Old Town field continues today. She is the author of scientific and professional works on this landscape, which she has presented at many international congresses and lectures. She is also a co-author of the Conservative Substance – a document that prescribes guidelines for the preservation of the Old Town Field. Beside scientific she is the author of many projects related to the presentation of the Old Town Field and the inclusion of the local community in order to protect and preserve the local place.
She is currently working as a postgraduate student at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Pula, on a scientific project dealing with the archeological landscape of the Vrsar municipality.