Ronald Visser is a lecturer at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, and specialises in Roman archaeology, dendrochronology, network analysis, GIS & databases.
Alicia works as a 3D modeler at the 4D Research Lab in Amsterdam, and is also a freelance archaeologist running her own company based in Maastricht. Her research interests lie in 3D visualisations for research and education, and the ethics of digitisation.
Devi Taelman is postdoctoral researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium). His main fields of interest are the economic history of the Roman world, archaeometry, human-environment interactions in Roman Antiquity, Roman settlement archaeology, landscape archaeology and geoarchaeological approaches to ancient Mediterranean landscapes.
Alex Brandsen graduated in Archaeology (BA, Leiden, 2009) and Archaeological Information Systems (MSc, York, 2010). After finishing his PhD in Leiden, he is currently working as a Postdoc. In both projects he is working to create an intelligent search engine for archaeological texts.
He is also the organiser of the Digital Archaeology Group.