Profiles in "Ceramic Technology" Expertise Area

  • Peeples is an archaeologist whose work focuses on regional synthesis and the application of network science methods and models to archaeological data, primarily in the U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest.
  • Seo's research interests focus on design of new synthetic strategies, and synthesis, characterization, and applications of new inorganic porous materials.
  • Sarah R. Graff is an anthropological archaeologist focusing on early economies and social relationships connected to city life and material exchange. Her fieldwork is located in the Republic of Türkiye and the Arab World.
  • Huster is a postdoc working on the Urban Persistence Project. Her research studies the relationships between states & subjects in ancient Central Mexico, using ceramics.
  • Li focuses on multi-scale nanocomposite printing with bioinspired design methodologies and programmable functional materials for potential applications in microfluidic devices, biomedical devices and flexible sensors.
  • Ryan Williams is an archaeologist, museum curator, and professor. With deep interests in the South American Andes, he studies climate change in the human past, as well as economic and political interactions in communities.