Under the title Applications of Natural Language Processing for Humanities Research, for the five consecutive year the DH@Madrid Summer School 2018 will take place from 9th to 11th july 2018 in Madrid. You can follow the course in person or online/offline.
The course will be a source of knowledge of different digital methods for research applied to the Humanities. Researchers in Philology and Digital Humanities will be able to learn a great variety of technological tools for their research projects in the world of the current digital academic context.
The contents of this course will be follow in person and online by the students and will be co-financed by one of the projects developed by LINHD: ERC Starting Grant POSTDATA, which is precisely based on the application of semantic procedures to create a unique model that make interoperable data belonging to different poetic traditions.
Registration in now open!!