Dr Eddy Faber

Visiting Researcher

Eddy has researched and worked in archaeological science since 1995. He has been part of research groups at the University of Sheffield, the Laboratory of Archaeometry at the National Centre for Scientific Research ‘Demokritos’ in Athens, the University of Nottingham and at the University of Bradford. While his primary focus has been on electron microscopy of inorganic archaeological materials using SEM and EPMA (electron microprobe), he also has gained significant experience of working with optical microscopy and Neutron Activation Analysis. As part of his roles at both ‘Demokritos’ and the University of Nottingham, Eddy has worked on many projects analysing inorganic materials from a range of scientific sectors.
Study History