Gianmarco Alberti


Archaeologist (PhD)

-Specialist in the latest stages of Sicilian Bronze Age. -Research Interests: Archaeology, Prehistory, Social analysis of funerary and domestic contexts, Cultural and contextual facets of imports to Sicilian Middle Bronze Age contexts, Relative and absolute chronology, Pottery seriation, Radiocarbon dates and Bayesian modelling, Multivariate Analysis of archaeological data, Statistics, Correspondence Analysis, Spatial Analysis, GIS.

-Author of two monographs and scientific articles published in peer-reviewed Journals, Book Chapters, and Conference Proceedings.

Specialties: Bayesian modelling of radiocarbon dates, Absolute/Relative chronology, Household archaeology, Funerary archaeology, Data analysis, Data Mining, Use of statistical Package for data exploration, hypothesis testing and multivariate analyses (StaSoft Statistica, Minitab, SYSTAT, XLSTAT, JMP), GIS (ArcGis, QGis, GRASS GIS), Advanced use of Microsoft Excel and Access, Implementation of Statistical Analysis into Excel, WebSite editing.

Research Fields

Archaeological Science

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