The Centre for Digital Humanities supports IT research by offering consulting at all stages of Digital Humanities project development, including tool selection, grant development and technical assessment. That is why the Centre in collaboration with the CIT/RIS department will offer weekly, free and in-house consultancies, with a diverse team of data scientists. Each week, data scientist will be available during either Tuesday morning or Thursday morning for advice and some limited supporting activities. Check the schedule for the office hours, and see who of the data-scientist is available.
The team consists of Arya Babai, Christian Marocico, Dimitrios Soudis, Herbert Kruitbosch, and Leslie Zwerwer. You can find them at theDigital Humanities Lab* on the following mornings:
Tuesdays 9.00 - 13.00
Thursdays 9.00 - 13.00
* The Digital Humanities Lab is located in the former Library of Arts: please follow the signs from the AV-Service (second floor).
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