Talks

The "DigiHumS Hackerspace" will also take place twice a week in Erlangen city centre in the summer semester 2024. All students are welcome to work on projects and get inspired in this coworking space. The principle is: Bring your own device. Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.00 – 08:30pm Tuesday...

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Last Friday, March 8, the exhibition "AI-Experiment" was opened at Cauerstrasse 11 in Erlangen with lectures and a panel discussion. The experiment was initiated by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Egger and realized together with Hans Furer, artist and lawyer. The 5 image pairs, which were created during the pro...

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This year's conference of the association "Digital Humanities in German-speaking countries" (DHd) took place in Passau from February 26th to March 1st, 2024, which marked the DHd conference's 10th anniversary! By the way: The first conference also took place in Passau. The conference's motto was "Qu...

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2024! The DHSS wishes all students and colleagues a nice and relaxing Christmas break and a good start to 2024! The year 2023 included many highlights for the department at FAU: In April, we participated in the Girls' Day and created digital maps with ...

Category: General, Talks

The Department Digital Humanities and Social Studies offers a lecture series on different topics related to the Digital Humanities. The lectures take place in loose succession. External researchers are invited to join us at the FAU and share their work and experience from different fields of work an...

Category: Talks

  Science Talks (30 min. each)   All talks will be held in German 5pm Günther Görz: Online presentation of the Behaim-Globe: Portal and 3D-Model ("Online-Präsentation des Behaim-Globus: Portal und 3D-Modell")* 6pm Sabine Lang: Can AI-based methods assist with the search for ob...

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This year’s FORGE (= Research Data in the Humanities) took place between October 4th and October 6th under the motto “Anything Goes?! Research Data in the Humanities - Critically Examined" in Tübingen. The talks, workshops and posters critically engaged with research data and addressed, among other...

Category: Events, General, Talks