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  • GCDH :: Studying DH
    Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching Studying DH Studying Digital Humanities Digital Humanities DH is an area of research concerned with the intersection of computing and the various disciplines of the Humanities In Göttingen DH is understood more broadly to also include the Social Sciences in teaching Why study Computer Science plus Humanities Social Sciences With the digitization of all areas of life computer science is becoming more and more important for the humanities and social sciences Computer based approaches can carry out existing tasks faster and more comprehensively while exploring new research horizons The blending of traditional research questions from the humanities and social sciences with the use of computer based tools is the basis for the research area of Digital Humanities Dual Subject Bachelor of Arts The dual subject Bachelor of Arts offers the opportunity to study computer science plus one discipline within the humanities or social sciences Each of the chosen subjects is equivalent in terms of required coursework After six semesters of study and completion of the Bachelor s thesis the student earns a Bachelor of Arts B A The individual combination of modules within the BA is composed individually by the student in consultation with the study advisors of computer science and humanities social sciences Find out more here Post graduate Courses Depending on the chosen

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  • GCDH :: 2016 GCDH International Expert Spring School
    International Expert Spring School GCDH Spring School 3D Modeling and Reconstruction with Blender Unity 3D Part II After the great success of our 2015 GCDH Spring School 3D Modeling and Reconstruction with Blender Unity 3D we re happy to announce PART II which will take place from 14 20 February 2016 GCDH in Göttingen The aim of this expert school is to follow up and deepen 3D modeling and reconstruction experiences that have been made already Call for Applications Date and place 14 20 February 2016 University of Göttingen Germany Organised by the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities GCDH Introduction 3D visualisation technologies enable and advance the preservation of and research on all kinds of cultural heritage Modeling visualising and animating culturally important objects or sites via 3D technologies allow researchers a more detailed and high resolution view on their research material After the great success of our GCDH Spring School 2015 we will again bring together 20 international students who are interested in deepening their experience in modeling 3D objects managing 3D data and creating virtual worlds in 3D You will be modeling 3D objects using Blender reconstructing your 3D models with VisualSFM and MeshLab and creating 3D virtual worlds using Unity 3D In the morning sessions you will be taught advanced theory and knowledge about photogrammetry meshing etc In the afternoon you will deepen and broaden your knowledge in instructor led labs where you will work on your own project The workshops will be led by Johanna Pirker and Phil Gosch who already ran Part I of this Spring School in March 2015 Costs and fees The registration fee for accepted applicants is 80 We provide free accommodation single rooms in near by hotels including breakfast as well as lunch in the canteen We will not cover travel

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  • GCDH :: 2015 GCDH Spring School
    CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching 2015 GCDH Spring School GCDH International Spring School 2015 3D Modeling and Reconstruction with Blender Unity 2 6 March 2015 University of Göttingen Germany Organised by the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities GCDH Introduction 3D visualisation technologies enable and advance the preservation of and research on all kinds of cultural heritage Modeling visualising and animating culturally important objects or sites via 3D technologies allow researchers a more detailed and high resolution view on their research material Our spring school will bring together 20 international students who are interested in learning how to model 3D objects how to manage 3D data and how to create virtual worlds in 3D You will be acquainted with the modeling of 3D objects using Blender the 3D reconstruction with VisualSFM and MeshLab and the creation of 3D virtual worlds using Unity 3D In the morning sessions you will be taught theory and essential knowledge about photogrammetry meshing etc In the afternoon you will deepen and broaden this knowledge in instructor led labs where you will apply the methods you have been acquainted with The workshops will be led by Johanna Pirker and Phil Gosch who already ran the 3D strand of the DARIAH Summer School 2014 List of Attendees Schedule Software installation Blender Download the zip bz2 archive of Blender that s appropriate for your operating system at http www blender

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  • GCDH :: 2014 GCDH Summer School
    In short exercises the participants will conduct first visual analyses of this data and communicate their findings Then we will show how the collected network data can be exported to other tools e g Gephi The third part of the workshop will introduce to the software Gephi Gephi is a free interactive visualization and exploration platform for networks complex systems dynamic and hierarchical graphs and offers additional features for the visual analysis of social networks Again short exercises will give the opportunity for further practice and discussion of the results After a brief introduction of the tools participants will learn how to use both the Gephi tool and VennMaker and how to develop an appropriate research question collect and visualise network data and read and discuss the resulting network visualisations For the VennMaker the participants should bring their own laptop with the latest Java version installed The software will be provided Please download the latest version of Gephi before the workshop The workshop will be held by Michael Kronenwett and Martin Stark Michael Kronenwett is an expert in Social Network Analysis SNA and has a record of many years of teaching in the field especially at the infamous Trier Summer School He is the sole shareholder and managing director of Kronenwett Adolphs a company aiming at making SNA and its applications available for a wide clientele He also played a pivotal role in the development of the VennMaker software that can be used for communicative data collection and validation of personal networks as well as for visualising inner and outer relationships in work groups staff or projects or in client centered advisory services Martin Stark is a research associate at the University of Hamburg and as such focusses on the social and economic history of the 19th and 20th century and generally the application of SNA in the historical sciences He co invented and developed the VennMaker and teaches regularly at the Trier Summer School 2 3D Documentation for Cultural Heritage Geometry Acquisition and Processing This strand will focus on methods for documenting the three dimensional shape of Cultural Heritage artifacts such as sculptures plaster figurines etc and is aimed at students of archaeology art history and related disciplines The course will first refresh some basic geometric knowledge and give an introduction to 3D acquisition methods laser scanning and photogrammetry also explaining the technical background with concepts like sampling density depth images and triangle mesh representations This is complemented by hands on practice to enable the participants to capture 3D shapes using their own preferably good photo camera using it in fact as a 3D scanner but we will also use state of the art equipment and software in the 3D modeling field Breuckmann AICON Furthermore we will touch upon advanced topics such as the fitness for purpose of 3D models sustainable documentation of 3D measurement and processing events using CRMdig a specialization of CIDOC CRM as well as the creation of synthetic images and illustrations using the Blender package

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  • GCDH :: 2014 DARIAH International DH Summer School
    DARIAH International Digital Humanities Summer School proposal was successful The Summer School will take place from 17 until 30 August 2014 in Göttingen We offer up to 46 students coming preferably from applicant countries the chance to learn how to analyze texts digitally strand 1 or how to construct and present their own 3D worlds strand 2 In the textual analysis strand the focus will be on applying theoretical models in computational linguistics to real data using programming scripts and other typically command line driven tools In the 3D objects and Virtual Worlds strand the students will learn to construct 3D objects using Sketch Up and Blender and then to animate them to create 3D virtual worlds using the Unity 3D gaming engine The essential knowledge will be taught in the morning sessions and the students will deepen and broaden this knowledge in instructor led labs in the afternoons as they apply this knowledge to their research questions Both strands will be taught the transversal competencies required to design and construct a scholarly project proposal based on their research question unique data sets and digital methods learned The summer school will focus on the integration of the students own research completely into Digital Humanities research and practice The summer school will achieve this aim in four ways 1 we will require that every student come with a well developed research question and the data necessary to answer this question 2 students will start applying the methods and tools learned to their own data from the very first day developing their knowledge and computational skills while advancing their own research 3 each student will be required to develop a one year project that they will complete in the year following the summer school And finally the students will be brought back

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  • GCDH :: Python Tutorial
    series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching Python Tutorial Python Tutorial Autumn 2012 In the Digital Humanities researchers need to cope with a lot of texts and you may have already been using a programming language like Java or Perl or even Python itself Java however needs a lot of background knowledge and the concept is sometime hard to get Perl being rather old school and almost the only language that is delivered by installing an Operation System itself you

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  • GCDH :: Seminar "Quantitative Text Analysis with R"
    Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching Seminar Quantitative Text Analysis with R Graduate seminar Quantitative text analysis with R During the Winter Semester 2012 13 a regular event aimed at introducing interested students and researchers to quantitative text analysis with the open source statistical programme R was held as a weekly graduate seminar by GCDH members Juan Garcés Berenike Herrmann and Joost Kremers at GU R H Baayen s book Analyzing linguistic data a practical introduction to statistics using R Cambridge Cambridge University

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  • GCDH :: 2013 DARIAH-DE International Digital Humanities Summer School
    TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching 2013 DARIAH DE International Digital Humanities Summer School A one week crash course in using the scripting language Python and its Natural Language Toolkit to perform in depth computational analysis of digital texts Application Deadline June 14 2013 The first DARIAH DE International DH Summer School will be hosted by the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities in Göttingen from August 19 23 2013 The week long summer school will focus on digital textual analysis with the Python programming language The instructors will be Mike Kestemont from the University of Antwerp and Lars Wieneke from the CVCE A short summary plan for the summer school can be found here The summer school is aimed primarily at Ph D and post doctoral researchers and others with advanced knowledge of humanities research The language of instruction and discussion will be English If you are interested in applying for the summer school please send the following 3 documents to mmunson at gcdh de before the application deadline of June 14 2013 If you are a student a very short statement from your advisor stating that the summer school will help you in your research Your CV in English A half page statement stating

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