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 following project presentation sessions take place in GWZ HS 2010:
Wednesday 23.07.2014 14:15-15:45 "Variants"
Stefan Jänicke (University of Leipzig, Germany): "Visualizing the Dissimilarity of Text Editions"
Catherine Psilakis (Université de Lille 3, France): "Tradition in the making: the reception of Solon in the fifth and fourth centuries"
Alejandro Bia Platas / Ramón Pedro Ñeco García (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain): "Use of Freeplane mindmaps to build-up a PLE for DH teaching and learning"
Friday 25.07.2014 14:15-15:45 "Annotations"
Heike Zinsmeister (University of Hamburg, Germany): "Annotation as trade-off between generalizations and specializations"
Jan Goldenstein / Philipp Poschmann (University of Jena, Germany): "JenParA, radial-semantic-networks and organizational research"
Katsiaryna Stalpouskaya (University of Munich, Germany): "INFOCOR"
Saturday 26.07.2014 14:15-15:45 "Documentation"
Henning Schreiber (University of Hamburg, Germany): "Aspects of NLP in language documentation: the case of the DoBeS Kyanga/Shanga project (Niger-Congo, Eastern-Mande)"
Austin Nicolas Bennett (UCLA, USA): "Big Data Digital Humanities: Red Hen and More"
Alyaxey Yaskevich (Belarusian state University, Belarus): "Belarusian Place Names e-Dictionary and Standardization project"
Wednesday 30.07.2014 14:15-15:45 "Interfaces"
Jochen Tiepmar (University of Leipzig, Germany): "Canonical Text Services"
Mark Michael Hall (Edge Hill University, UK): "Explore the Stacks"
Kerstin Rumpeltes (University of the Saarland, Germany): "Nominalizations in English and German and their translations in the registers popular-scientific texts, political essays and letters to shareholders"
Thursday 31.07.2014 14:15-15:45 "Testing theoretical assumptions"
Randa Mohammad El Khatib (American University of Beirut, Lebanon): "Geocriticism with Digital Tools: Linking Places and Words in 19th Century London"
Jeremi Kazimierz Ochab (Jagiellonian University, Poland): "Stylometric Networks and Fake Authorships"
Clemens Kuche (University of Leipzig, Germany): "Digital education in schools - a necessary step towards
information society or expensive fiddle-faddle?
Every day there will be a CLARIN-Kiosk where project and tools will be on display.
There will be no extra poster session this year.