Call for Application for a NLP Summer School

DiPText-KC is pleased to announce the Summer School “Computational Language Technologies for Medievalists”, which will be held in Graz from 8 to 12 July 2024, thanks to funding from the University of Graz, ZIM-ACDH and the ERC DiDip Project. Postgraduate and PhD level participants will be offered guidance through the conceptual foundations of Natural Language Processing and hands-on exercises tailored […]

Oriental Studies & Digital Humanities

An event entitled Oriental Studies & Digital Humanities took place on Friday 9 February 2024, from 10:00 to 17:00, at the Marco Polo Building of the ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome (UniRoma1). The event was divided into three interventions: “Text acquisition from digital images: OCR and HTR” and “Text encoding, linguistic annotation and deposit in CLARIN” by Federico Boschetti (CNR-ILC CoPhiLab […]

Workshop on Digital Scientific Editions

DiPText-KC is pleased to announce the Workshop on Accessibility, Sustainability and Reuse in the Ecosystem of Digital Scientific Editions, organized by the Italian Institute of Germanic Studies (IISG) under the patronage of UniVE, CNR-ILIESI, DARIAH-IT, CNR-ILC, DiPText-KC, H2IOSC, University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’ (UniRoma2) and University of Verona (UniVR). The Workshop will focus on the Digital Scholarly Editions Platform and […]

ALIM GitHub Repository Now Public

DiPText-KC is pleased to announce that the GitHub Repository of the Archive of the Italian Latinity of the Middle Ages (ALIM) was made public on Tuesday 30 January 2024. ALIM aims to provide free online access to all the Latin texts produced in Italy during the Middle Ages. For several centuries, in fact, Latin represented the only language in which, […]