Projects & Posters
The project presentation sessions, next to projects of the participants of the Summer School, will feature presentations of advanced institutional and / or funded projects by scholars from the Humanities, Computer Science and Engineering. We have tried to organise the projects to be presented in such a way that they either complement each other or broaden the topics which are being approaches by the individual presentations. The project presentation sessions take place in GWZ HS 2010 and the poster session will be held in the Foyer of the GWZ. They feature the following presentations:
Wednesday 24.07.2013 14:15-15:45
Gerhard Heyer / Andreas Niekler / Gregor Wiedemann (University of Leipzig, Germany): "Impact of Neo-Liberalism” (BMBF eHumanities project"
Alex Bia (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): "TRACEsoftTools: Software Tools for Contrastive Analysis of Texts in Parallel Bilingual Corpus"
Daniel Riha (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic): "Operational 3-D Images as Interactive Knowledge Space"
Thursday 25.07.2013 11:15-12:45
Elli Doulkaridou (Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, France): "The Digital Montagny Project"
Silvia M. Stoyanova (Princeton University, USA): "Zibaldone Hypertext Research Platform"
Friday 26.07.2013 14:15-15:45 Poster Session
José Manuel Martínez Martínez (University of the Saarland, Saarbrücken, Germany): "A quantitative linguistic analysis of an English Spanish translation learner corpus"
Marta Adriana Bigus (Ghent University, Belgium): "The Ten Commandments in the Middle Dutch literature and culture (ca. 1300- ca. 1550)"
Simon Fuller / Phil Maguire / Philippe Moser (NUIM, Ireland): "Stylometric Analysis using Probabilistic Context-FreeGrammars"
Sinai Rusinek (Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Israel): "DigIn - The Digital Incunabula initiative"
Clemens Kuche (University of Leipzig, Germany): Creating digital Workbooks – Personalization and international comparability of learning contents by digital curricula structures
Victoria HF Scott (St. John's, Canada): "The Art History Guild"
Saturday 27.07.2013 14:15-15:45
Manfred Thaller (University of Cologne, Germany): "Monasterium: How National Archives Became Remote Monasteries"
André Lahmann / Rico Simke / Martin Reckziegel (University Library Leipzig, Germany): "The Library of a Billion Words"
Rhian Lyn James (University of Wales, Great Britain): "Welsh Wills Online as a digital research resource"
Monday 29.07.2013 14:15-15:45
Andreas Witt (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany): "The 'Institute for the German Language' within the CLARIN infrastructure"
Laszlo Hunyadi (Debreceni Egyetem / University of Debrecen, Hungary): "Theory and Practice of Multimodal Human-Machine Interaction technologies"
Wednesday 31.07.2013 14:15-15:45
Christian Heine (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Switzerland) / Stefan Jänicke (Leipzig University, Germany) / David Joseph Wrisley (American University of Beirut, Lebanon): "Visualizing Medieval Places in Overlapping Uncertainties of Time"
Tracie Wilson (Leipzig University, Germany): "Gender and Migration: Narratives from the Borderlands of Europe"
Thursday 01.08. 14:15-15:45
Kim Jautze (Huygens Institute of Netherlands History, Den Haag, The Netherlands): "Measuring syntactic complexity in chick lit and literature"
Sinai Rusinek (Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Israel): "Digitaly Exploring Paratexts"
Anne-Katharina Weilenmann (Schaffhausen, Switzerland): "The deconstruction of the scientific article"
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