A Selection of Papers from the Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin (2012-2015)

  • Matteo Romanello (Autor/in)
    Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Zentrale, IT-Referat Podbielskialle 69-71 14195 Berlin-Dahlem
    Matteo Romanello is a post-doctoral researcher at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Berlin and at the Digital Humanities Laboratory of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. He recently completed a PhD in Digital Humanities Research at King's College London under the supervision of Willard McCarty. His experience and research interests include the automatic extraction and analysis of bibliographic references from large corpora of publications, and issues of semantic interoperability and usability within digital research infrastructure projects.
  • Martina Trognitz (Autor/in)
    Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
    Martina Trognitz is currently working as Research Assistant at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Berlin) in the project IANUS, where she writes IT guidelines and curates datasets. She has a degree in Computational Linguistics and Classical Archaeology of the University of Heidelberg and is currently working on her PhD thesis about clustering of Minoan and Mycenean multi-sided seals. Her research interests lie in the use of digital technologies in archaeological research, and she has experience with 3D imaging, RTI photography, spherical panoramas and digital
  • Undine Lieberwirth (Autor/in)
    Free University Berlin

    Undine Lieberwirth is currently working as scientific assistant at the excellence cluster Topoi at Free University Berlin as a co-ordinator of the Forum Spatial Data.
    She studied Prehistoric Archaeology at the Humboldt-University Berlin (2007) and 'GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology' at the University College London (2005). Her research focus is 3D documentation and analysis methods of archaeological remains. She teaches quantitative and digital methods like geographic information systems (GIS), databases, Structure from Motion (SfM) and remote sensing.

  • Francesco Mambrini (Autor/in)
    Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
    Francesco Mambrini is currently working as Research Assistant at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Berlin) and the Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig. He obtained his PhD in Classical Philology at the University of Trento (Italy) and EHESS (Paris). His main research interest lies in computational tools and methods for the study of the Ancient Greek language and literature. He has cooperated with a number of leading digital projects for the ancient languages, including the Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebank and the Index Thomisticus Treebank. He is one of the founders of the bi-annual conference "Corpus-based Research in the Humanities”.
  • Felix Schäfer (Autor/in)
    Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
    Felix Schäfer has a background in classical archaeology, ancient history and information sciences and coordinates IANUS, the German national research data center for archaeology and classics, which is attached to the DAI and currently is funded by the DFG. His interests are the long term archiving and reusability of digital data, the operation of digital research infrastructures and the implementation of information systems for archaeological purposes.

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Literaturhinweise

Bodard & Romanello (2016): Gabriel Bodard & Matteo Romanello (Eds.), Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber, London, DOI: 10.5334/bat.
Veröffentlicht
2017-11-02
Sprache
en
Schlagworte
Digital Humanities; Information Technology; Digital Archaeology; Computational Linguistics; Statistics; Networks; Digital Philology