Martin Sweatman's research

Statistical mechanics in chemical engineering

Archaeoastronomy and Gobekli Tepe

We continue to make breakthrough archaeoastronomical studies of symbolism at Gobekli Tepe, one of the world’s most important archaeological sites, as well as other ancient sites. The latest discovery reveals Gobekli Tepe’s largest temple-like enclosures probably functioned as giant calendars…. Continue Reading →

Current interests

SALR fluids: Fluids with competing attractive short-range and repulsive long-range interactions (SALR) display very rich behaviour, which we are only now uncovering. They are considered to be a suitable model for many soft/bio systems ranging from small molecule, biomolecular and… Continue Reading →

Contact details

martin.sweatman@ed.ac.uk     May 20, 2022

Research outputs

Journal papers 54. M.B. Sweatman and D. Gerogiorgis, ‘Origin of the Ancient Greek constellations in light of digital image analysis of Pillar 43 at Gobekli Tepe’, submitted. 53. M.B. Sweatman, ‘Possible lunisolar calendar systems at Gobekli Tepe and Karahan Tepe’,… Continue Reading →

Research overview

Statistical mechanics is the physical theory that links the properties of particles (atoms, molecules, colloids etc.) to the properties of matter. As you can imagine, this is important for Chemical Engineering and many other engineering and science disciplines. Our research… Continue Reading →

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