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2012 Leipzig eHumanities Seminar Schedule

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The Final event of the eHumanities seminar took place on February 6, 2013, at 5:00 PM (till 6:00 PM) in the room P 801 at the Paulinum.

Program:
  • Seminar takes place on Wednesdays at 3:15 PM (till 6:45 PM) in room P801 at the Paulinum building (8th floor) on the University campus
  • The opening session on Oct 10th is held at the Felix-Klein-Hörsaal (P501), on the 5th floor.

Oct 10th

pdfAbstracts
Simon Mahony (Centre for Digital Humanities, University College London, London,   UK) 

Room:
P501

 

Federico Boschetti (ILC-CNR, Pisa, Italy) & Bruce   Robertson (Dept. of Classics, Mount Allison University, Canada) 
 

 

Room:
P501

 

Clemens Neudecker (National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague, Netherlands), Sven   Schlarb (Austrian National Library, Vienna, Austria) & Zeki Mustafa Dogan (Goettingen State and University   Library, Göttingen, Germany) 
 
Room:
P501

Oct 17th

Cerstin Mahlow (Departement   Sprach- und Literaturwissen-schaften, Universität Basel, Switzerland) 
 

Exploring   diachronic German corpora with respect to phraseologic information pdf 

Room:
P801

 

Michael Piotrowski (Law Sources Foundation of the Swiss Lawyers Society, Zurich,   Switzerland)
 
Room:
P801

Oct 24th

 pdfAbstracts

Michael Carl (Copenhagen Business   School, Frederiksberg, Denmark)

Digital   Humanities and Empirical Human Translation Process Research pdf  

 
Room:
P801

 

Tom Cheesman (Dept of Languages,   Translation and Communication, Swansea University, UK), Kevin Flanagan (Dept of Languages, Translation and Communication,   Swansea University, UK), Stephan Thiel   (Studio Nand, Berlin, Germany), Zhao   Geng (Department of Computer Science, Swansea University, UK)
 

Exploring   Multiple Versions of Cultural Heritage Texts Across Languages pdf

Room:
P801

Nov 07th

 pdfAbstracts

Diego Jiménez-Badillo (National Institute of   Anthropology and History, Mexico) 
 
Room:
P801

 

 
Stefan Gradmann (Humboldt   University, Berlin, Germany), Jonathan Gray (Open Knowledge Foundation   Royal Holloway, University of London, UK) & Christian Morbidoni   (Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy)
 

Room:
P801

Nov 14th

 
       pdfAbstracts

Maximilian Schich (SOMS, ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

Room:
P801

Nov 28th

Øyvind Eide (Unit for Digital   Documentation, University of Oslo, Norway) 
Room:
P801

 


Mieszko Chowaniec
(Faculty of Philosophy,   Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland)
 


Quellenforschung: a digital tool for the study of   sources pdf


Room:
P801

Dec 05th

 pdfAbstracts

Serge Heiden (ICAR Laboratory,  ENS de Lyon/CNRS  Lyon,   France)
 
Room:
P801

 

Matthis Krischel, Thorsten Halling, Heiner Fangerau   (Institut für Geschichte, Theorie und Ethik der Medizin, Universität Ulm,   Germany)


 

Room:
P801 

Dec 12th

Pau de Soto Cañamares (Instituto de Arqueología   de Mérida – Spanish National Research Council, MÉRIDA, Spain)

Quantifying the Roman Transport Networks   Understanding the costs of Roman commerce  using innovative GIS-based   applications for archaeology pdf

 
Room:
P801

 

Fabian Bartsch, Michael   Prilop, Liina Tonisson, Lutz Maicher   (Competitive Intelligence Group, Fraunhofer MOEZ, Leipzig) 
 
Room:
P801

Dec 19th

 pdfAbstracts




Eleni Bozia (Department of Classics,   University of Florida, USA), Angelos Barmpoutis (Digital Worlds Institute,   University of Florida, USA), and Robert Wagman (Department of Classics,   University of Florida, USA)

Room:
P801

 

Alexander Mehler (Computer Science, Goethe   University Frankfurt am Main) 

Matje van de Camp (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Automatic Analysis and Synthesis of Complex   Linguistic Networks


Leveraging historic social networks using present-day data pdf
Room:
P801



Room:
P801
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