Beatrice Bin


Predoctoral Researcher

ERC-2021-STG PEOPLE Project

4th floor

Beatrice Bin first graduated in “Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving Cultural Heritage” from the University of Milan with a dissertation thesis about the studies conducted with both optical microscopy and electron microprobe on thin sections taken from allochthonous hammers found at a Bronze Age site. Then she obtained the Master in “Quaternary, Prehistory and Archaeology” from the University of Ferrara, with a dissertation about X - ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF) analyses conducted on lithic grinding/pounding tools from the Iron Age. After that, she studied a postgraduate course in Archaeology from the Post-doctoral School of the University of Milan, with a dissertation about the study of thin sections of soil from the Bronze Age. She is currently a PhD candidate of the PEOPLE project (ERC-2021-StG) led by Dr. Toffolo at the CENIEH, where she works with thin section of soils coming from South Africa to study formation and diagenetic processes.