Dr Sam Lin
Human evolution, Paleolithic archaeology, stone artefact analysis, experimentation, archaeological method and theory.
Distinguished Professor Richard 'Bert' Roberts
Past and present human/environment interactions, optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating, human evolution and dispersal in Africa, Asia and Australia, Quaternary megafaunal extinction, climate change and landscape evolution.
Professor Zenobia Jacobs
Optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating techniques for individual sand grains, quartz dating, Homo sapiens in Africa and their dispersal.
Associate Professor Alex MacKay
Human behavioural evolution, early technological systems, mobility, territoriality and resource distribution, the archaeology of southern Africa.
Associate Professor Bo Li
Development and improvement of luminescence dating techniques for geological and archaeological studies, Quaternary environmental changes.
Associate Professor Gerrit van den Bergh
Human occupation sites, the evolution of Proboscideans and island mammals, Quaternary environmental change and catastrophic events.
Dr Eline M.J. Schotsmans
Funerary practices, burial taphonomy, archaeo-anthropology, forensic science, desiccation-mummification-preservation, histotaphonomy, experimentation, Neolithic Near East.
Dr Nathan Jankowski
Sedimentology, geomorphology, geochronology, soil micromorphology, Optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating, geoarchaeology
Dr Luke Gliganic
Geoarchaeologist studying the interaction between human behaviour and Quaternary environmental change. I use and develop novel luminescence dating applications to compare the archaeological record and palaeoenvironmental record.
In Memory - Professor Mike Morwood
- Lana Visentin