Dr. Davide Tanasi holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology, Historical Development and Cultural Interrelations in Antiquity and Middle Ages (concentration in Classical Archaeology) from the University of Torino in Italy, a post-graduate diploma in Classical Archaeology as well as B.A. and M.A. in Classical Studies (concentration in Aegean Archaeology) from the University of Catania. Since 2016, he has been working in the University of South Florida as an Affiliate Faculty in the Department of Anthropology, an Associate Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of History, a Director of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Institute for Digital Exploration – IDEx (www.usf.edu/idex), a Program Co-Director of the University of South Florida spring break study abroad in Greece USF Athens – History and Culture and a Principal Investigator of the Mediterranean Diet Archaeology Project (MEDIAP) for the Institute for the Advanced Study of Culture and the Environment of the College of Arts and Sciences. From 2021 up today he is a Professor of Digital Humanities, in the Department of History of the University of South Florida. Also, Dr. Tanasi has been a member of the Undergraduate Committee of the Department of History and a member of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Technology Committee of the University of South Florida. He has published a plethora of books, chapters in edited volumes, academic articles and refereed articles in conference proceedings. He participated in various excavation projects in Italy and since 2019 he has been the director of fieldwork in Malta. He has also been responsible for producing many 3D documentaries, multimedia and digital projects. Finally, Dr Tanasi has received a number of grants for the execution of archaeological projects and awards for his significant contribution to archaeology.