Ioannis Liritzis is Distinguished Professor of Archaeometry-Natural Sciences at Henan University, China. Since 2020 serves as Dean of Class IV (Natural Sciences) in the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (Salzburg) and until 2021 was a Full Professor of Archaeometry in the University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Greece. He specialized in Natural Sciences in Archaeology - Cultural Heritage - Geoenvironment, though during his carrier he has done research on a range of multidisciplinary fields. Contributions are made in interdisciplinary fields of nuclear physics, geophysics, astronomy, archaeoastronomy, digital culture, palaeoclimatic variations, seismic periodicities, historical auroral records, Holocene climates, solar-terrestrial phenomena, chronological methods in the quaternary (U-Th series, OSL). He has earned National & International Awards, Prizes and Distinctions. From the publication and cited record he is included in the 2021 Stanford list of top 2% ranked scientists in the World. Prior to the current positions Ioannis worked with the Ministry of Culture, Dept. of Underwater Antiquities and the Research Center of Astronomy & Applied Mathematics, Academy of Athens. Founder of two international journals (both in Scopus, WoS) and member of Editorial Boards of over 30 ICI and Scopus indexed Journals. With a BSc (Physics) from Patras University, earned his PhD from Edinburgh University (Physics Dept., and recipient of University Scholarship by Nobel prize winner Prof.Peter Higgs) and with graduate studies at McMaster University (supervised by Prof Henry Schwartz) (www.liritzis.eu; firstname.lastname@example.org)
PEASA was developed by Ioannis Liritzis (coordinator), Andrew Balas, Beatrix Hiesmayr, Marc Huett, David Kumar, Antonio Marquina, Peter Herrmann, all EASA members.
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