Currently browsing author

mcarter

chronOntology: A time gazetteer with principles

Talk: Wolfgang Schmidle et al. (DAI), “chronOntology: A time gazetteer with principles”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-002C-8580-9 Date: Tuesday, 10 January 2017 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: DAI, Wiegandhaus, Podbielskiallee 69-71, D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract In the last years several web services emerged that manage and make accessible place gazetteers for the archaeologies and historical sciences.

iAligner: a tool for syntax-based intra-language text alignment

Talk: Chiara Palladino and Tariq Youssef (Leipzig), “iAligner: a tool for syntax-based intra-language text alignment”. Permalink: <> Date: Tuesday, 29 November 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: DAI, Wiegandhaus, Podbielskiallee 69-71, D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract The detection of textual variants is a crucial step in Classical Philology.

Between Demography and Consumption: Digital and Quantitative approaches in the Mediterranean Surface Survey.

Talk: Silvia Polla (TOPOI) “Between Demography and Consumption: Digital and Quantitative approaches in the Mediterranean Surface Survey”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-002B-EE31-E Date: Tuesday, 18 October 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: TOPOI Building Dahlem, Hittorfstraße 18 D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract The interpretation of archaeological surface survey data is not straightforward.

Student Poster Session 2015/2016

The seminar was part of the academic programme of the Freie Universität Berlin under the name “Digitale Methoden in den Altertumswissenschaften” in the winter term 2015/2016. The seminar was recognised with 5 credit points (ECTS) which required the attendance of the seminars and a 15 minute poster presentation on one of the topics covered by the seminar series. The poster presentations took place after the end of the seminars on 19.04.2016. Have a look at some of the resulting posters! L.

Student Poster Session

The seminar was part of the academic programme of the Freie Universität Berlin under the name “Digitale Methoden in den Altertumswissenschaften” in the winter term 2014/2015. The seminar was recognised with 5 credit points (ECTS) which required the attendance of the seminars and a 15 minute poster presentation on one of the topics covered by the seminar series. The poster presentations took place after the end of the seminars on 19.04.2016. Have a look at some of the resulting posters! L.

Deep Learning and Computational Authorship Attribution for Ancient Greek Texts. The case of the Attic Orators.

Talk: 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”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-C053-E Date: Tuesday, 16 February 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Network Analysis to Understand the Roman Commerce. Connectivity and Transport Costs of the Roman Networks

Talk: Pau de Soto (University of Southampton), “Network Analysis to Understand the Roman Commerce. Connectivity and Transport Costs of the Roman Networks” Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-C04F-9 Date: Tuesday, 2 February 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: DAI, Wiegandhaus, Podbielskiallee 69-71, D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract In recent times, several methodological approaches have been used to analyse the Roman transport.

Mapping the Words. Experimental Visualizations of Translation Structures between Ancient Greek and Classical Arabic

Talk: 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”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-C04E-B Date: Tuesday, 19 January 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Mapping the Words. Experimental Visualizations of Translation Structures between Ancient Greek and Classical Arabic

Talk: 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”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-C04E-B Date: Tuesday, 19 January 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Beyond the visual

Talk: Christian Fron (University of Stuttgart), “Beyond the visual. The acoustic reconstruction and simulation of ancient senate sessions” Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-B034-2 Date: Tuesday, 5 January 2016 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Across the Pond

Talk: 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”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-877A-F Date: Tuesday, 8 December 2015 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Love Thy (Theban) Neighbours

Talk: Silke Vanbeselaere (KU Leuven), “Love Thy (Theban) Neighbours, or how neighbour networks could help us solve the witness issue in Ptolemaic contracts” Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0029-6616-C Date: Tuesday, 24 November 2015 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Diekplous!

Talk: Jorit Wintjes (University of Würzburg), “Diekplous! – understanding ancient naval warfare through simulations”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0028-F08A-2 Date: Tuesday, 10 November 2015 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: TOPOI Building Dahlem, Hittorfstraße 18 D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract Throughout Greek and Roman history, naval warfare played a prominent role.