People

These are the members of the project team

Dr. Rupert Till – University of Huddersfield

Till
Principal Investigator/project manager. Music technologist, composer, music archaeologist.

Professor Chris Scarre – University of Durham

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Co-Investigator. Archaeologist and prehistorian. Head of Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham, editor of Antiquity Journal and co-editor of the book Archaeoacoustics

Dr. Bruno Fazenda – University of Salford

FazendaCo-Investigator. Acoustics specialist.

Professor Paul Pettitt – University of Durham

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Project consultant. Expert in the archaeology of prehistoric painted caves.

Professor Jian Kang – University of Sheffield

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Project consultant. Acoustician.

Dr. Aaron Watson – University of Huddersfield/Monumental

Watson

Project Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Freelance multimedia artist and archaeologist. Specialist in archaeoacoustics.

Dr. Simon Wyatt – University of Durham

Simon Wyatt in El Castillo

Simon Wyatt in El Castillo

Project Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Music Archaeologist. Specialist in the reconstruction of prehistoric musical instruments such as bone flutes and ceramic drums.

Professor Manuel Rojo Guerra – University of Valladolid

Manolo

Archaeologist and prehistorian. Specialist in the caves of Cantabria.

Professor Pablo Arias Mendoza – University of Cantabria

Archaeologist and prehistorian. Specialist in the caves of Cantabria.

 

Raquel Jiménez Pasalodos – University of Valladolid

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PhD Candidate in the Department of History and Sciences of Music. Music Archaeologist. Specialist in the reconstruction of Spanish prehistoric musical instruments such as bone flutes and ceramic trumpets.

Carlos Garcia Benito – University of Zaragoza

Carlos

PhD student. Music Archaeologist. Specialist in the reconstruction of prehistoric musical instruments including bone flutes and bullroarers.

Cristina Tejedor – University of Valladolid

Cristina

PhD candidate. Archaeologist and prehistorian.

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