Giusi Sorrentino received her Bachelor degree in “Science of Cultural Heritage” at the University of Pisa (Italy) in 2013. During her studies she participated in several archaeological field works and started to collaborate with the Applied Laser Spectroscopy Lab (ALS-Lab) of ICCOM-CNR (Pisa, Italy) and with the Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies (Florence, Italy). In 2018 she received the Master degree in “Archaeology” at University of Pisa, where she focuses her study in Cypriot prehistory, Aegean and Near Eastern archaeology. From 2015 to September 2019 she was working at the Science and Technology in Archaeology Research Center (STARC) of The Cyprus Institute as a Research Assistant. Her research focused mainly on non-destructive analysis of archaeological materials. She participated in European funded projects such as ARIADNE and GRAVITATE where she gained experience with metadata ingestion in repositories, web and graphic design and photogrammetry. Since November 2019 she is enrolled in the PhD “Technology Driven Sciences: Technologies for Cultural Heritage” at the University of Turin, where she is developing a multi-scale approach for the study of Upper Palaeolithic ground stone tools.
Tech4Culture Fellow – Call 2 (2019)
Supervisor: Alessandro Lo Giudice, Physics Department