AHMAT Research Group
University of Valladolid

Our Team

AHMAT Research group is composed by experts on Materials Science, particularly on physico-chemical characterization, as well as Archaeologists and experts on Cultural Heritage Preservation and Restoration.

This research group was formed on 2019, with the aim to merge and potentiate the efforts of several researchers with a wide expertise on these fields (a detailed list of previous works on archaeological and historical materials of AHMAT’s members can be consulted here).

Current members of AHMAT Research Group are the following:

Dr. Javier Pinto
Head of AHMAT Research Group
Assistant Professor
Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Science Faculty – University of Valladolid
Email: jpinto@fmc.uva.es
Phone: +34 983 18 63 14

Prof. Dr. Angel Carmelo Prieto Colorado
Head of the Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Full Professor
Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Science Faculty – University of Valladolid

Prof. Dr. Carlos Sanz Mínguez
Head of the excavation campaigns on Pintia’s archaeological site
Professor
Prehistory, Archeology, Social Anthropology, and Historiographic Sciences and Techniques Department
Faculty of Philosophy and Literature – University of Valladolid

Prof. Dr. Alejandro del Valle González
Professor
Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Science Faculty – University of Valladolid

Prof. Dr. Jorge Souto Bartolomé
Professor
Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Science Faculty – University of Valladolid

Dr. Suset Barroso-Solares
Post-Doctoral Researcher
Condensed Matter Physics, Crystallography, and Mineralogy Department
Science Faculty – University of Valladolid

Mr. Jose Carlos Coria-Noguera
PhD Student
Prehistory and Archaeology Department
University of Granada

Collaborators

AHMAT Research Group collaborates with several cultural heritage institutions and other research groups.

Centro de Estudios Vacceos Federico Wattenberg (CEVFW) of the University of Valladolid, which aim is the study of the Vaccaean civilization.