We at the Institute are enthusiastic about the whole range and variety of work in the digital humanities. The “Lunchtime Lecture” at the Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities are an opportunity meet and learn in an informal atmosphere, during the lunch break. The series brings together interested researchers and students at the Uni Graz with guest speakers to foster connections and learning about new projects in the greater field.
Organisation of the Lunchtime Lectures:
Mag. Dr. Bernhard Bauer, bernhard.bauer(at)uni-graz.at
Sean M. Winslow, PhD, sean.winslow(at)uni-graz.at
Please register for the mailing list at:
Martin Schäler (Universität Salzburg)
How to bridge the gap between the Humanities Disciplines and Computer Science – Insights of three cases where it (partially) works
Dr. Michaela Wiesinger (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften)
ARITHMETIC German Arithmetical Treatises in Manuscripts of the Late Middle Ages (1400-1522). A Study on Philology, History and Culture based on a Digital Edition of the Treatises.
Dr Thea Sommerschield (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice):
Restoring, dating and placing Greek inscriptions with machine learning: The Ithaca Project