CDH at DH 2023

Current and former CDH staff, alums, and collaborators are at the 2023 Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations conference in Graz, Austria. If you are attending the conference, consider checking out the following sessions.

Monday, July 10

9:00 am–5:00 pm: How Can You Trust Your Code?

CDH Lead Research Software Engineer Rebecca Sutton Koeser is one of four collaborators leading this full-day DHTech Special Interest Group workshop. Learn more.

1:30 pm–5:30 pm: The Programming Historian: Developing a Digital Humanities Tutorial

Former CDH Postdoctoral Associate Zoe LeBlanc (now at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) is part of this session on DH tutorials. Learn more.

Tuesday, July 11

1:30 pm–5:00 pm: Digital Humanities Applications of spaCy’s Span Categorizer

Among the leaders of this three-hour workshop are CDH Executive Director Natalia Ermolaev and former DH Developer Nick Budak (now at Stanford University). Many of the collaborators were involved in the NEH-supported New Languages for NLP series, hosted by the CDH in partnership with DARIAH-EU last year. Learn more.

Thursday, July 13

11:00 am–12:30 pm: Language Models

Natalia Ermolaev and Nick Budak are among the New Language for NLP collaborators presenting on “Humanistic NLP: Bridging the Gap Between Digital Humanities and Natural Language Processing.” Learn more.

2:00 pm–3:30 pm: Research Software Engineer Careers and Project Involvement in Digital Humanities

Rebecca Sutton Koeser and Zoe LeBlanc are both on this career-oriented panel hosted by DHTech. Learn more.

4:00 pm–5:30 pm: Natural Language Processing

Nick Budak and former CDH Graduate Fellow and Data Fellow Gian Duri Rominger will present on “Transhistorical Resonance: Medieval Chinese Scholarship as Data” at this NLP-focused session. Learn more.

Friday, July 14

9:00 am–10:30 am: Machine Learning

Nick Budak will chair this session, which features three papers on machine learning. Learn more.

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