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Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin - 13-27/10, 10-24/11, 08/12/2015, 05-19/01, 02-16/02/2016, Berlin (Germany)



FECHA/DATE/DATA: 13-27/10, 10-24/11, 08/12/2015, 05-19/01, 02-16/02/2016


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Excellence Cluster TOPOI - German Archaeological Institute (Berlin-Dahlem, Germany)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: German Archaeological Institute; Excellence Cluster TOPOI


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13.10.2015 Chris Forstall and Lavinia Galli Milić (University of Geneva): Thematic features for intertextual analysisTOPOI 


27.10.2015 Gregory Crane (University of Leipzig): Digital Philology, World Literature, and sustainable Global Culture DAI


10.11.2015 Jorit Wintjes (University of Würzburg): Diekplous! – understanding ancient naval warfare through simulations TOPOI Dahlem


24.11.2015 Silke Vanbeselaere (KU Leuven): Love Thy (Theban) Neighbours, or how neighbour networks could help us solve the witness issue in Ptolemaic contracts DAI


8.12.2015 Marion Lamé (CNRS, France & University of Pisa), Federico Ponchio (ISTI CNR, Pisa), Ivan Radman (Archeological Museum of Zagreb) and Bruce Robertson (Mount Allison University): Across the Pond: an Experiment in Ancient History Teaching and Digital Epigraphical Research TOPOI Dahlem


5.1.201 6 Christian Fron (University of Stuttgart): Beyond the visual. The acoustic reconstruction and simulation of ancient senate sessions DAI


19.1.2016 Torsten Roeder (Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg) and Yury Arzhanov (Ruhr University Bochum): Mapping the Words. Experimental Visualizations of Translation Structures between Ancient Greek and Classical Arabic TOPOI Dahlem


2.2.2016 Pau de Soto (University of Southampton): Network Analysis to Understand the Roman Commerce. Connectivity and Transport Costs of the Roman Networks DAI


16.2.2016 Mike Kestemont (University of Antwerp), Francesco Mambrini (German Archaeological Institute) and Marco Passarotti (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan): Deep Learning and Computational Authorship Attribution for Ancient Greek Texts. The case of the Attic Orators TOPOI Dahlem



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