Born in Greece, Dr. loannis Mangidis, graduated from the Classics Department of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens with academic excellence awards (B.A. in Ancient Greek and Latin, 1992). He obtained his MA degree at the same university (1993) and was subsequently admitted to the University of Heidelberg in Germany, where he specialized in ancient Greek drama and received his Ph.D. in 1998. Ioannis has been working in the German School of Athens since 2000, teaching young people from all over the world.
Ioanna Moutafi is an active bioarchaeologist who specializes in Aegean Prehistory, and especially funerary archaeology and the social dimensions of prehistoric mortuary practices. Born in Greece, Ioanna completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Athens (B.A. in History and Archaeology, 2001) and subsequently moved to the U.K. in order to undertake the M.Sc. in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology at the University of Sheffield (2002).
As an undergraduate Garry trained as an archaeologist at the University of Bristol, and under the supervision of Professor Peter Warren, specialized in Minoan archaeology, including the field research and production of a survey exploring the foundations of Knossos on Crete. Garry didn’t pursue archaeology academically after this, but instead had a fast track career in business, both in the US and across Europe. Most notably Garry founded, built and sold a ground breaking digital educational publishing company, Teachit.
Adrianos Psychas, born at Nauplion, Greece, received his B.A. in History and Archaeology at University of Athens (2014). He is candidate for his M.A. thesis on Early Mycenaean era, especially in social organization through examination of the arrangement of tombs and analysis of grave goods, at University of Athens.
Panagiotis Psychas graduated in 1981 from the Physics Department of the University Athens. He taught private lessons in Physics and Math from 1981 to 1989. From 1989 he works as a teacher of Physical Sciences in the Greek Public High Schools. He haw organised many Environmental Education Projects in various fields, especially in Geomythology (explaining ancient Greek myths with climatic-geomorphological changes). He has given many lectures about Geomythology, the Mycenaean Road System, the Mycenaean Hydraulic works.
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.
Dr Christos Tsirogiannis is a forensic archaeologist researching trafficking networks of illicit antiquities; he regularly identifies illicit antiquities in the market and assists the authorities in repatriation processes. Having studied Archaeology and History of Art in the University of Athens, he worked for the Greek Ministries of Culture and Justice from 1994 to 2008, excavating throughout Greece and recording antiquities in private hands.
Born in Athens, he holds a diploma in Physics (1979, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki -AUTH), a M.Sc. in Exploration Geophysics (1980, Leeds University, U.K.) and a Doctorate in Geophysics (1985, AUTH). He has been trained as a resident geophysical programmer by the Western Geophysical Company, Hounslow-London (1988), on behalf of the Greek Public Petroleum Company (currently Hellenic Petroleum). He was visiting researcher at York University, U.K., (1990) and visiting professor at the Colorado School of Mines, U.S.A., (1994). Prof. Grigorios N.
Alexander J.D. Westra studied Scottish Ethnology & Archaeology (BA, University of Edinburgh) and Scottish Medieval Settlement patterns in the Lothian Area (Annales Method). He did his graguate studies at SOAS (School of Oriental & African Studies), focusing on the relationship between archaeology, art, and politics of Korea (MA, University of London).