Sidney sussex cambridge junior research fellowship
The service will be followed by refreshments in the Dining Hall.
Those intending to stay for the refreshments should contact Mrs Elizabeth Pettit (email: [email protected]) not later than Thursday, 26 October 2017.
He is also the Director of the Museum of Classical Archaeology.
His research interests include the archaeology and art of Bronze and Early Iron Age Aegean, mortuary archaeology and architecture, the collection, trade and display of antiquities, law and archaeology, and the integration of material, textual, historical and scientific-based research.
Yannis did his BA in Athens (Greece) and his MPhil and DPhil in Oxford (Keble College), where he also held a Junior Research Fellowship at Worcester College.
Professor Penty is currently a Fellow and Vice-Master of Sidney Sussex College and a distinguished electrical and electronic engineer.
After reading engineering and electrical sciences as an undergraduate (with a First in Part IA, Part IB and Part II) and post-graduate student at Sidney, Professor Penty was elected to a Junior Research Fellowship in Pembroke College Cambridge.