Team

The InTaVia team draws from nine European institutions dedicated to research and development in the area of digital cultural heritage.


Danube University Krems (Austria)

Department for Arts and Cultural Studies
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Eva Mayr is a psychologist. Her research focuses on the cognitively grounded design and evaluation of information visualizations. She coordinates the project together with Florian Windhager and leads WP07 on evaluation.
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Eva Mayr
Florian Windhager studied philosophy and sociology. His research focuses on information visualization for the digital humanities. He coordinates the project together with Eva Mayr and leads WP09 on project management and WP10 on ethics requirements.
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Anja Grebe is professor of cultural history and museum studies at Danube University Krems since 2015. In the InTaVia project she will contribute to the definition of users and case studies and add to evaluation and tool criticism.
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Nicole High-Steskal is an archeologist. She works as a staff scientist at the Department for Arts and Cultural Studies and takes care of project management, case studies and evaluation tasks in the InTaVia project.
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Free University Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Department of Computer Science
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Victor de Boer is a computer scientist at the User-Centric Data Science group of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In his research, he combines (Semantic) Web technologies with Human-Computer Interaction, Knowledge Representation and Information Extraction to tackle research challenges in various domains. These include Cultural Heritage, Digital Humanities and ICT for Development (ICT4D).
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Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences & Arts (Slovenia)

Tomaž Erjavec is a computational linguist. His research interests are in the fields of language technologies, compilation of language resources, development of encoding standards, and text-based digital humanities. He participates in WP04, mostly as regards processing of the Slovenian data.
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Aalto University (Finland)

Department of Computer Science.
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Jouni Tuominen is a computer scientist. His research focuses on ontology repositories and services, linked data publishing methods, ontology models for legacy data, and tooling for digital humanities. He leads WP02 on information & system architecture.
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Jouni

University of Southern Denmark (Denmark)


Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria)

Austrian Center for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ACDH-CH)
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Georg Vogeler is a digital humanist, trained as historian with a specialisation in historical auxiliary sciences. He is doing research on digital scholarly editing and knowledge representation in particular with semantic web technologies. He is professor at the University of Graz and scientific director of the ACDH-CH at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
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Georg Vogeler
Matthias Schlögl
Ingo Börner


University of Stuttgart (Germany)


Fluxguide Ausstellungssysteme GmbH (Austria)

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Florian Wiencek is an expert on the interface of Digital Media and Cultural Learning and holds a PhD in Visual Studies. At Fluxguide he works in the areas of digital concepts and R&D and he is a lecturer at Danube University Krems. In the project InTaVia he will mainly contribute to the innovation workshops in WP1 and the visual storytelling components in WP6.
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University of Helsinki (Finland)

Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities (HELDIG)
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Eero Hyvönen is director of HELDIG at UH and professor of semantic media technology in Aalto University, with interest in Semantic Web and NLP technologies and applications in Digital Humanities.
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Minna Tamper is a doctoral candidate at department of computer science in Aalto University. Her research interests include linked data, natural language processing and data analysis.
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