Ioannis Liritzis

Professor of archaeometry
& natural sciences

Currently he is professor of archaeometry-natural sciences  (Physical Sciences & New Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage) at the University of the Aegean (1999-2021), Visiting Distinguished Professor at the University of Henan, China (2017- ). He directs the Laboratory of Archaeometry (he founded in 1999). Director-Coordinator of the Kastrouli Mycenean Settlement archaeological-archaeometrical Project, Member of the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (Dean of Class IV Natural Sciences, 2021- ); Corresponding Member of the Academie des Sciences, Arts & Belles Lettres, Dijon, France; Honorary & Guest Professor of Samara State Institute of Culture, Russia; Honorary Fellow Edinburgh University, Honorary Professor Rhodes University, South Africa; International Partner Center for Cyber Archaeology & Sustainability at University of California San Diego. His prior career includes the Greek Ministry of Culture (1984–1989) and the Academy of Athens (1989–1999). He is the initiator of the European Delphic Intellectual Movement in the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (Austria).


Employment – Professional Career

Dept of Underwater Antiquities, Research Physicist in Archaeology
Principal Investigator, Research Center for Astronomy & Applied Mathematics
1999- Present
Elected Full Professor, Archaeometry with emphasis in the interdisciplinarity and its application in the Mediterranean Archaeology
2017- Present
Visiting Distinguished Professor, University of Henan, Key Research Institute of Yellow River Civilization and Sustainable Development & College of Environment and Planning, Henan, China

Education & Studies

1971 - 1975
1975 - 1980

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