• 17/10/2018. Sebastian Cuy (Berlin): iDAI.field 2.0: A modern approach to distributed fieldwork documentation
  • 24/10/2018. Cristina Marras (CNR Roma): Modellierung eines Textes: ein mehrsprachiger Übersetzungsprozess
  • 31/10/2018. Prof. Dr. Mona Hess (Bamberg):Digital Technologies in Heritage Conservation - integration of optical surveying and measurement methods and sensor technologies into classical heritage conservation
  • 7/11/2018. Aleš Vaupotič (Nova Gorica): Making Sense: Digital Humanities and New Media Art
  • 14/11/2018. Daniel Wickeroth (Köln): 3D-Scanning and Printing in Archeological Contexts at the Regional Computation Center
  • 21/11/2018. Elisa Cugliana (Venezia): Named entities as index fossils in the Medieval German translation of Marco Polo's travel account
  • 28/11/2018. Lena Tambs (Köln): Socio-economic Behaviour in the Small-scale Community of Ptolemaic Pathyris (c. 165-88 BCE): Ancient People, Written Sources and Network Models
  • 5/12/2018. Irmela Herzog (Bonn): Testing archaeological GIS approaches using historical data in the Bergisches Land
  • 12/12/2018. Patricia Martin-Rodilla (Santiago de Compostela): Discovering beyond our narratives: software assisted knowledge generation from cultural heritage sources
  • 9/1/2019. Steve Stead (London): The future of the CIDOC CRM and its role in scholarly debate
  • 16/1/2019. Daniel Graña-Behrens (Bonn): Die Vernetzung der Bonner universitären Sammlungen - Humboldts Kosmos im 21. Jahrhundert
  • 23/1/2019. Zoe Schubert (Köln): Unfassbare Objekte in immateriellen Welten – Die Erzeugung semantischer Räume durch multimediale Annotationen im Mehrdimensionalen
  • 30/1/2019. Sara Perry (York): The Enchantment of the Archaeological Record


Studienleistung for Medieninformatik and Informationsverarbeitung MA students
Write a summary of at least five of the presentations, discussing the relevance for the HS and/or Übung you take in this module.

The summary should be at least 1000 words and submitted by February 15.