Opening seminar of the Digital Humanities (DIGIHUM) Academy Programme
Date: 13 March 2020
Venue: HUONE Kamppi (Oversized Room), Malminkatu 30, Helsinki
The DIGIHUM Academy Programme addresses novel methods and techniques in which digital technology and computational science are used for collecting, managing and analysing data in humanities and social sciences research, as well as for modelling humanities and social science phenomena. This seminar marks the beginning of the second phase of the programme for the years 2020-2022.
Our vice president of the Time Machine Organisation Julia Noordegraaf (professor of Digital Heritage at the University of Amsterdam) has the pleasure to give a keynote on our initiative: “Time Machine Europe: Towards Scalable Humanities Research“.
Please follow the link below for further information on the event, the registration procedure and the detailed programme.