Research questions developed with digital methods from philosophy, as well as the humanities, cultural studies and history are complex. The approach to answering the questions often requires careful planning of the research process, including the selection of objects to be studied. At various levels (propositional logic, experimental design, pattern recognition, graph theory), the planning and execution tangentially involve topics that can also be located in modern mathematics. It is therefore important to find a form of communication with mathematics that allows non-mathematicians to identify the useful tools of mathematics.
The laboratory DiHMA.LAB "Digital Humanities meet Mathematics" of the ADA Lovelace Center for Digital Humanities at the FU Berlin invites together with MaRDI, the research data initiative of mathematics, to a workshop in Berlin.
The first workshop in this constellation will primarily serve to get to know each other, to network, and to identify interfaces. The starting point should be what the disciplines would call their own "research data" and how they want to "deal" with it.
We assume that the participants from the (digital) humanities and the participants from mathematics will enter this workshop with certain expectations of the other discipline. Therefore, an exchange on a scientific, practical-technical and research-cultural level is aimed at questioning expectations and creating (also technical) interfaces for an efficient collaboration.
When? 20.09.22 - 21.09.22
Where. Henry-Ford Bau (FU Berlin)/Online
Registration To register (until 13.09.)
What is it about? To the program
Time & Location
Sep 20, 2022 - Sep 21, 2022
Henry-Ford Bau (FU Berlin)/Online
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