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Teaser image to MCML Meets Humanities 2023 Workshop

MCML Meets Humanities 2023 Workshop

Organized by MCML Researcher Carina Geldhauser

   16.10.2023 - 17.10.2023

   Hochschule für Philosophie München

Machine learning algorithms and data science techniques are getting increasingly popular among researchers in the humanities („Digital humanities”). In this workshop, we aim to bring together students and young researchers working in mathematics, computer science, the humanities and cultural history, to learn about state-of-the-art tools, both those readily designed with a specific use in the humanities in mind, and novel research, which could have a potential usecase in the digital humanities.

The programme consists of keynote talks on monday and hands-on workshops on tuesday.


Keynotes

Monday schedule

  • 11:15 - 11:25 Opening remarks
  • 11:30 - 12:30 Massimo Fornasier (TUM, Mathematics)
  • 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 - 15:00 Olga Popovich(TUM, Engineering)
  • 15:00 - 15:30 Coffee
  • 15:30 - 16:30 Stefan Baums (LMU & BADW, Indian and Tibetan Studies)
  • 16:30 - 17:30 Nicola Lercari (LMU, Digital Cultural Heritage)

Workshops

The following four hour intensive workshops are designed for PhD students and postdocs, to learn state-of-the-art tools and methodology for text-based research. Please bring a laptop to the workshop.

Tuesday morning session 8:00 - 12:00

Tuesday afternoon session 13:30 - 17:30

  • Juan Garces (SLUB Dresden)
    Room 0.25
    Arbeiten mit TEI-XML

  • Christina M. Kreinecker(KU Leuven)
    Room 0.23
    Challenges and Approaches to Editing and Processing New Testament Multilingual Manuscripts


Poster Session

The goal of our meeting is to foster exchange and cross-disciplinary collaborations. We therefore welcome both posters highlighting results and research concepts/experiment design/predata posters from all parts of Digital Humanities, Digital Cultural Heritage and Computational Social Sciences. There is no peer-review process for posters, but a mandatory registration. Please register until 4.10.2023 by email to Carina Geldhauser.


Practical Information

Language of the event

The languages of the event are English and German. The title of the talk/workshop indicates the primary language.

Venue

This workshop is part of the Munich Center for Machine Learning workshop series. It takes place in the building of Hochschule für Philosophie München, Kaulbachstraße 31/33, 80539 München. Both rooms are in Haus 33 (room 0.23 and room 0.25), a sign at the entrance will guide you.

Schedule information

The detailed programme can be found in the event flyer.


Registration

Registration is free of charge, but mandatory if you intend to participate in the coffee break. To register, please write to Heike Köhler.


Information for MCML graduate students

Active participation in the workshop “Using AI Models for Ancient Documents” may count towards your MCML graduate certificate. Please speak to Carina Geldhauser for details.


Organizers


We look forward to welcoming you to MCML soon!

Organized by:

Carina Geldhauser TUM Mathematics

Jan Heilmann LMU


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