Posters and demos

  • Sarah Dalle, Amanda Sengeløv, Giacomo Capuzzo, Christophe Snoeck, Rica Annaert, Mathieu Boudin, Marta Hlad, Ioannis Kontopoulos, Charlotte Sabaux, Kevin Salesse, Elisavet Stamataki, Dries Tys, Martine Vercauteren, Barbara Veselka, Eugène Warmenbol, Guy De Mulder (ARCHAEO): Cremations, strontium and radiocarbon. Computational approaches to analyse human mobility in prehistoric Belgium, Department of Archaeology (poster)
  • Laura Debyser, Isabelle Devos (GEMS, IEMH): Who died from cancer? A history of victims of malignant tumors in Belgium, 1850-1950, Department of History (poster)
  • Annemieke Romein (GHENTCDH): Entangled histories. Making ordinances searchable, Department of History (poster)
  • Christophe Verbruggen, Gunther Martens, Els Lefever, Sally Chambers, Pieterjan De Potter, Fien Danniau, Frederic Lamsens, Joke Daems, Piraye Hacigüzeller, Tamar Cachet, Davy Verbeke, Hans Blomme (GHENTCDH): Putting the digital in your humanities @GhentCDH, Department of History (poster)
  • Julie Birkholz, Annemieke Romein (GHENTCDH): Using Transkribus for students and academics. A short outline, Department of History (poster)
  • Isabelle Devos, Sarah Heynssens, Torsten Wiedemann, Sven Vrielinck (IEMH, ECC): Stream. Spatiotemporal research infrastructure for Early Modern Flanders, Department of History (demo)
  • Ewald Pauwels: Scale up your research. Supercomputing @UGent, Department of HPC (demo + poster)
  • Dirk Seidensticker, e.a. (BANTUGENT): Central data storage and analysis using the virtual research environment Spacialist within the BantuFirst project, Department of Languages and Cultures (poster)
  • Mohamed A. Ghasia (CARAM): Micro-learning in higher education. Exploring the Ujuzi App  Implementation at Mzumbe University, Department of Languages and Cultures (poster)
  • Jo Van Steenbergen, Maya Termonia (HPIMS): Islamic history open data platform. Mamluk political prosopography, Department of Languages and Cultures (poster)
  • Anne Breitbarth, Melissa Farasyn, Anne-Sophie Ghyselen, Jacques Van Keymeulen (DIALING): Stemmen uit het verleden ontleden. Het GCND, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Jacques Van Keymeulen, Magda Devos, Roxane Vandenberghe, Veronique De Tier, Liesbet Triest, Lien Hellebaut (DIALING): Het woordenboek van de Vlaamse dialecten digitaal. E WVD, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Jacques Van Keymeulen, Magda Devos, Veronique De Tier, Roxane Vandenberghe, Liesbet Triest, Lien Hellebaut (DIALING): Meer dan een kwart miljoen dialectzinnen digitaal, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Jacques Van Keymeulen, Melissa Farasyn, Pauline Van Daele, Liesbet Triest, Veronique De Tier, Roxane Vandenberghe, Lien Hellebaut (DIALING): Een multimediale website, www.dialectloket.be, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Jacques Van Keymeulen, Veronique De Tier, Lien Hellbaut (DIALING): Een dialectlexicografische databank, www.woordenbank.be, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Jacques Van Keymeulen, Veronique De Tier, Sally Chambers, Roxane Vandenberghe, Lien Hellebaut (DIALING): Dictionary of the Southern Dutch dialects. An integrated lexicological infrastructure for the Southern Dutch dialects, Department of Linguistics (demo)
  • Melissa Farasyn, Hannah Booth, Anne Breitbarth (DIALING): Parsing the corpus of historical Low German, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Yasmine Amory, Antonia Apostolakou, Serena Causo, Geert de Mol, Emmanuel Roumanis (DIALING, GIKS): Unveiling the ‘semiotic potential’ of ancient texts. A new digital tool for documentary papyri, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Astrid Vandendaele, Geert Jacobs, Sofie Verkest (MULTIPLES): From click bait to quality clicks. How online news workers construct headlines to sell content the right way, Department of Linguistics (poster)
  • Marianne Van Remoortel, Julie M. Birkholz, Maria Alesina, Christina Bezari, Charlotte D’Eer, Eloise Forestier (CEL19, MAPS): Agents of change. Women editors and socio-cultural transformation in Europe, 1710-1920, Department of Literary Studies (poster)
  • Thorsten Ries (GERMANLIT): Hard drive philology. Source code philology, Department of Literary Studies (poster)
  • GhentCDH (GHENTCDH): DH Research Lab, Department of Literary Studies (poster)
  • Koen Plevoets, Bart Defrancq (EQTIS): Linguistic accomodation in the European Parliament. MEP’s and interpreters, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Ayla Rigouts Terryn, Véronique Hoste, Els Lefever (LT3): Automatic term extraction from comparable corpora, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Camiel Colruyt, Orphée De Clercq, Véronique Hoste (LT3): Annotation and matching of event descriptions in Dutch news texts, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Claudia Matos Veliz, Orphée De Clercq, Véronique Hoste (LT3): Comparing MT approaches for text normalization, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Lieve Macken, Joke Daems, Arda Tezcan (LT3): ArisToCAT. Assessing the comprehensibility of automatic translations, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Luna De Bruyne, Orphée De Clercq, Véronique Hoste (LT3): Towards an empirically grounded framework for emotion analysis, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Nina Bauwelinck, Els Lefever (LT3): Hate speech detection on Twitter, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Orphée De Clercq (LT3): Readability prediction, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (demo + poster)
  • Sofie Labat, Els Lefever (LT3): A classification-based approach to cognate detection, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (poster)
  • Patrick Goethals (LT3, MULTIPLES): NLP-ondersteund taalonderwijs. Automatische en gepersonaliseerde generatie van woordenschatoefeningen, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication (demo)