Urgeschichte und Naturwissenschaftliche Archäologie

Scientific Interests

Current Research

Currently working on computer models for early Hominin lithic production as part of the ERC STONECULT project for the study of the latent solutions model. Part of the Tools and Culture Among Early Hominins workgroup of the University of Tübingen, led by Dr Claudio Tennie. My research deals with lithic production, the manufacture of stone tools, and seeks to answer questions related to early human evolution, as well as that of related hominins. My research will also involve plenty of work related to my computer science background, such as machine learning, and the application of computational methods to attempt to solve challenges faced in archaeology. Whilst my work is focused on questions regarding early humans, I am also very interested in the history and archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages.


2018 - Present

Universität Tübingen (University of Tübingen)

PhD in Archaeology (in progress)

2016 - 2017

Prifysgol Abertawe (Swansea University)

Advanced Computer Science MSc - Distinction

2011 - 2015

Universidad Francisco Gavidia (Francisco Gavidia University)

Electronic Engineering - Excellence

2011 - 2014 


Technician in Computer Systems Engineering


Computing Experience