Since 2013, I have studied archaeology, applied psychology and administrative management at the Renmin University of China, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree and Bachelor of Management degree.
I am the Curator of Archaeology at the University of Tennessee's (UT) McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture. I am also the director of UT's Laboratory of Environmental Archaeology, which provides research services and equipment in geoarchaeology.
PhD student Helsinki university working on ancient plaster from the Near East. As part of my PhD, I am planning to set up a kiln burning project of limestone.
I am a traditional wood worker and an IT, specialized in automation and robotics. I have a strong interest in experimental archeology and little experience in pottery, wood firing and kiln building.
I started dealing with archaeology in the 90s, during my university studies at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts and the Institute of Archaeology of the State University, both in Milan, Italy.
I started out as a chemistry student and switched gears to work on a landscape architecture degree, and finally settled on a whole different path of Art History (BA) with an Archaeology minor.
I am an anthropologist, specialized in archaeological sciences and ancient technology, with a doctorate dissertation on physical and chemical analyses carried out on prehistoric pottery from Sicily.