Tengis Saran is a researcher from Mongolia with a background in geophysics and solid state physics. He completed his bachelor at the National University of Mongolia and his masters at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology. Since 2013 he worked at the Institute of Physics and Technology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences as a research assistant where his main focus was optically stimulated luminescence. During this time he attended the university of Cologne, GSGS summer school on dates and rates of change In the quaternary. His research will focus on archaeological finds from the ancient Mongolian capital Karakorum and other excavations in the Orkhon valley, Mongolia.
Tech4Culture Fellow – Call 2 (2019)
Supervisor: Nicola Amapane, Physics Department