New Technique Developed to Study Archaeological Materials

Posted on 29 April 2019

York's Martin Robinson (Department of Electronic Engineering) and Archaeology's Aimée Little, Samuel Cobb, and Steve Ashby and colleagues publish on their innovative research into dielectric measurement

York's Martin Robinson (Department of Electronic Engineering) and Archaeology's Aimée Little, Samuel Cobb, and Steve Ashby and colleagues innovate research into dielectric measurements to examine archaeological artefacts. In an article in Measurement Science and Technology, they argue that it is possible to use these measurements to classify and identify the source of archaeological artefacts.

To read more, check out the article: Dielectric replica measurement: a new technique for obtaining the complex permittivity of irregularly shaped objects