Iza Romanowska

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Biography

I have received an MA in Prehistoric Archaeology from the Jagiellonian University, Poland before undertaking an Msc and PhD in complex systems simulation at the University of Southampton, UK. My thesis 'Modelling hominin dispersals with agent-based modelling' focused on evolutionary dynamics between climate change, hominin population dynamics and migration. In 2017 I have joined the Barcelona Supercomputing Center to work on the EPNet project concerned with modelling the trade and commerce in Ancient Rome.

Research

Key areas: Simulation, Agent-based Modelling, Complex Systems and Complexity Science, Digital Archaeology