I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Konstanz. I received my PhD in Archaeology from the University of Southampton (2014) for my work entitled ‘Evaluating network science in archaeology. A Roman archaeology perspective’; I also gained my MSc from Southampton, in ‘Archaeological Computing: Spatial Technologies’, where I was a member of the Archaeological Computing Research Group. I hold an MA and BA in Archaeology from the University of Leuven. Together with Anna Collar and Fiona Coward, I am a founding member of The Connected Past, a multi-disciplinary research group that aims to provide discussion platforms for the development of original and critical applications of network and complexity approaches to archaeology and history. I am secretary of the internationalComputer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference (CAA).