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Isaac I. Ullah, PhD

Computational Archaeology, Complex Adaptive Systems, Social-Ecological Systems, Geoarchaeology

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Isaac I. Ullah, PhD is a computational geo-archaeologist who studies the intersection of complexity theory, archaeology, complex adaptive systems, simulation, and early food production.

Bio, CV, and Research.

The SDSU Computational Archaeology Lab.

The Community for Modeling Agro-Pastoral Lifeways in Eurasia

Classes and Teaching.

Software Development and Addons for GRASS GIS.

The "CompArch" Blog:

Posts about Computational Archaeology, Complexity Theory, GIS, Agent Based Modeling, and more...

2015 SAA Presentation

Complexity in space and time: spatio-temporal variability and scale in simulations of social-ecological systems