histograph (old)

At CVCE I was a Researcher in the Digital Humanities Lab at Centre virtuel de la connaissance sur l’Europe in Luxembourg with a focus on network analysis methods for both historical research and content exploration. I started working for CVCE in 2013 and was part of the FP7-funded CUbRIK project which amongst other things built the amazingly promising demo histograph which we have redeveloped for real-world use-cases at CVCE and elsewhere.

Overall, „CUbRIK will provide programmable pipelines implementing workflow for search-based processes coordinated across machine, human and crowd-sourced tasks for the three typical processes of multimedia search: content, query, relevance feedback processing. Specific components will be developed to support entity-based time and space-aware search capabilities, based on accurate repositories of spatio-temporal entities (locations, events, trends), correlated with rich semantic associations.“ — all applied to digitized sources on the history of European integration.

Articles (peer-reviewed)