Setareh Ebrahimiabareghi, an archaeologist specializing in Western Asia's Prehistory, completed her doctoral studies at the University of Bern in 2022. Her research focused on Tepe Sadegh, a Bronze Age settlement in Sistan Plain (Iran), exploring topics such as Pottery, Chronology, and Interactions. Following her doctorate, she served as a post-doctoral researcher in the XRONOS Database and currently holds positions as a scientific collaborator at the ArchaeoConcept. She was a member of excavation team at Tepe Sadegh in Iran, a site that later became the subject of her PhD. In addition to journal publications, she has lectured in Iran, demonstrating a commitment to advancing archaeological knowledge, demonstrating research excellence, and contributing to transformational educational initiatives.