Adrian S. Z. Chase (2016)
Adrian is a graduate student studying archaeology at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University (ASU). His research interests include urbanism, water management, landscape archaeology, geographic information systems, and agent-based modeling. He has participated in field projects at Chichen Itza in Mexico, Caracol in Belize, Hibermerdon Tepe in Turkey, and Teotihuacan in Mexico. He has also undertaken three internships at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee. He obtained his master’s degree in Anthropology at ASU in 2014 with a focus in Archaeology. Prior to this, he obtained his undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Anthropology at Harvard College in 2012 with an honors thesis on LiDAR analysis of reservoir construction and use at the Classic Maya city of Caracol, Belize.