How can we use the archaeological record to learn about the future?
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.
The "CompArch" Blog:Posts about Computational Archaeology, Complexity Theory, GIS, Agent Based Modeling, and more...
Failing resilience of a locally-derived erosion control system
My approach to an open-source data collection workflow.
An open-source mobile data collection workflow.
A LibreOffice Calc spreadsheet designed to help you plan an aerial drone mapping survey mission.
This is a list of YouTube videos to help you teach and learn about archaeology and ancient civilizations.
Open Science in Archaeology article now out!
A Mobile Data-Collection Workflow for Archaeologists...
Introducing C-MAPLE, the Community for Modeling Agro-Pastoral Lifeways in Eurasia.
SDSU students learn to make and use stone tools for science!
Automate that super-resolution!
What should you bring for overseas fieldwork?
...and what to use them for!
Photographs and thoughts about landscape archaeology in southern Kazakstan
A complexity theory approach to the origins of agriculture
Thoughts on the 2015 SAA symposium on open methods in archaeology
Complexity in space and time: spatio-temporal variability and scale in simulations of social-ecological systems
Some graphics about issues of scale and time in coupled human-natural systems
Some of my current thinking about why and how people made the initial switch to food production