Evi Sikla received a B.A. in History and Archaeology from the University of Athens, Greece. She further pursued graduate studies at Bryn Mawr College on fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation and Bryn Mawr College (Ph.D. in Classical Archaeology, 2008). Evi has participated in a number of excavations in Crete and the Cyclades. She is also an alumni of the American School of Classical Studies and has been affiliated with the Institute for Aegean Prehistory-Study Center in East Crete, where she has been studying for publication Early Minoan pottery from the settlement of Mochlos.
Born in Greece in 1951, Dimitris Sinachopoulos studied Mathematics at National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (B.A., 1975), Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy at the University of Vienna, Austria (Ph.D. 1983) and Byzantine Studies at the same University. He studied Archaeoastronomy with Prof. Firneis and Prof. Ferrari d’Occhieppo. He was post-doc researcher at the Univ. of Bonn (1984-1989) and the Royal Observatory of Belgium (1989-1998) working on Earth-bound and space Astrometry (ESA «Hipparcos» and «Gaia» and DLR «DIVA» satellites).
Michael Sinclair graduated from Dickinson College in 2016 with a BA in Mediterranean Archaeology and Art. In 2020, Michael earned his Masters of Science in Library and Information Science from Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics. His technical specializations include information organization and curation, data analytics, digital preservation, information systems, data standards (US, EU, and International), and digital applications in archaeology.