Harald Stäuble, PhD 1994 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany is head of the division of large-scale projects with the Archaeological Heritage Office of Saxony. His main research areas are Early Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape archaeology as well as methodical aspects of heritage management. On the large-scale excavations under his responsibility, most of the early Neolithic wells known today in Saxony were found. For several years, these features and their wider settlement context were a special focal point. In cooperation with the University of Leipzig he led the research project of the Early Neolithic Settlement in Eythra, Leipzig distr., from 2009-2016, which was funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
He gave content advice to many archaeological exhibition projects including the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological State Museum Chemnitz (smac). He participated in many interdisciplinary projects in cooperation with national and international research institutes and universities.