Over the past two years, CHEI has worked in Mexico, Chile, El Salvado, Guatemala, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Mongolia, India, Japan and the United States of America studying monuments, structures, sculptures, paintings, archaeological sites, natural environments and habitats, to name a few, and inform, validate, and eld- harden other fundamental research,
create experience-based learning environments and opportunities for international collaboration.
In the summer of 2015, CHEI collaborated with researchers from the University of Colorado-Denver and the University of Tubingen to excavate and document a Paleolithic Cave in Liguria, Italy. Located close to the medieval town of Zuccarello, the cave is hidden inside a tall cli in one of the valleys extending towards the Piedmont. Featuring fascinating geology, the cave has Paleolithic Artifacts from two di erent time periods. CHEI assisted in the digital 3D documentation of the site and its excavation.