> By topic :
- Anthropology
- Archaeology
- Astronomy
- Chemistry
- Computer science
- Earth sciences
- Life sciences
- Mathematics
- Medicine
- Physics
- Technology
 
Focus :

READ, DWIGHT W.,
Professor of Anthropology and Statistics at UCLA Department of Anthropology, Los Angeles, USA.
He is a recognized expert in quantitative archaeology. He has published extensively on the use of mathematical models in biological anthropology, archaeology and social/cultural anthropology.

WILLIAMSON, DAVID P.,
Professor, School of Operations Research and Information Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA.
His primary research interest has been in the design and analysis of polynomial time algorithms for the approximate solution of hard problems in discrete optimization, especially problems arising in network design, scheduling, facility, location, and routing.

HELLER, FRIEDRICH.,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Institute of Geophysics, Zürich, Switzerland.
In 1982, Friedrich Heller and the outstanding Chinese scholar, Dr. Tungsheng Liu, published a classic paper in Nature that established the first chronology of the Chinese loess-paleosol deposits using magnetostratigraphy.

MC PEEK, MARK A.,
MProfessor at Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College, Lebanon, New Hampshire, US.
Since his dissertation work at the Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University, Pr Mc Peek has been exploring the ecological and evolutionary processes that have shaped the communities of orIganisms inhabiting freshwater ponds and lakes.