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Cambridge Global Food Security

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Biography

My research interest focuses on the use and development of computational and quantitative methods, in particular the use of agent-based simulations and spatial statistics. I applied these techniques to a variety of research themes, including the study of long-terms changes in settlement patterns, the reconstruction of prehistoric population dynamics, and the statistical inference of cultural transmission modes using archaeological data. I am particular interested in the theoretical and methodological cross-fertilization between biology and archaeology within a cultural evolutionary framework.

Research

  • Computational and Quantitative Archaeology
  • Cultural Evolution
  • Human settlement and landscape ecology
  • Spatial Analysis
  • Prehistoric Demography
  • Japanese Prehistory
Lecturer in Computational Analysis of Long-Term Human Cultural and Biological Dynamics
Fellow of Fitzwilliam College
Dr Enrico R Crema

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