Christophe Falgueres serves as a Senior Scientist at CNRS, France, and the Head of the UMR7194 of CNRS associated with the Department of Prehistory of National Museum of Natural History of Paris. He received Habilitation degree to supervise research from the University of Bordeaux 3, Pessac, France, in 2002. He received his Ph.D. degree from the National Museum of Natural History of Paris, 1986. He is a Geochronologist specialized in the electron spin resonance (ESR) and U-series dating methods applied on enamel fossil teeth, speleothems, and dentritic-quartz samples. He established a chronological frame of human evolution during the Quaternary Period in the last two million years in order to try to better understand the first settlements and the migrations roads from Africa to Eurasia. He has about 110 publications in international reviews and he is the coauthor of one book.
Biography Updated on 6 November 2012