Ingeborg is employed at NIKU Trondheim, and she is the excavation manager for the investigations at Søndre gate 9-11.
She has a Master’s degree in prehistoric archaeology from the University of Copenhagen, completed in 2015.
Ingeborg has worked as an archaeologist since 2010, mainly as a field archaeologist for the Museum of Copenhagen. Through the major Metro Cityring excavations she has acquired skills within urban archaeology and complex stratigraphy. Ingeborg has also worked as a field archaeologist for Roskilde Museum and Kroppedal Museum, and has experience both with Iron Age and medieval rural excavations.
Since 2012, Ingeborg has been involved in Danish research projects in Shubayqa, Jordan and at Tepe Asiab, Iran. The aim of the projects is to study the transition from the Palaeolithic to the Neolithic in marginal zones through the viewpoint of food production. Her participation in these projects includes excavation and stratigraphy in the field, and subsequent techo-typological studies of the lithic inventory.
Other professional experience includes cultural heritage work for the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces, related to automatically protected cultural monuments.