Tom Brughmans is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Konstanz. He received his PhD in Archaeology from the University of Southampton (2014) for his work on evaluating the potential of network science in archaeology. He holds an MSc from Southampton, in ‘Archaeological Computing: Spatial Technologies’ and an MA and BA in Archaeology from the University of Leuven. Tom’s research interests include computer applications and quantitative techniques in archaeology, digital scholarship in the humanities in general, landscape archaeology, and Roman archaeology. Tom is a founding member of The Connected Past (http://connectedpast.net/) and secretary of the international Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference (CAA, http://caa-international.org/).
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Jeroen Poblome teaches Archaeology at the University of Leuven, Belgium. He coordinates research projects on aspects of the ancient economy related to the production, distribution and consumption of artisanal goods, the associated study of ancient society, focusing on the development, sustainability and resilience of communities and regions, in the period between 1,000 BC and 1,000 AD, as well as innovative research on digital archaeological information systems. He is involved in fieldwork in Boeotia and Kinet Höyük, as well as directs the Sagalassos Archaeological Research Project. He co-founded and co-edits HEROM. Journal on Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture.
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