Archaelogical metallurgy and materials is a growing field with a growing number of researchers. Changes and development in ancient technology has a huge impact on people in the past and this can be understood by examining the waste products from these processes and the final artefacts produced.

I can provide courses that cover the basics of ancient metallurgy, copper alloys, iron and steel. These can be tailored for either archaeologists interested in ancient technology or material scientists interested in the history of metals. I can also provide a course on metallography which can include practical aspects with archaeological samples.

Archaeomaterials can also offer short talks or tailored courses.