Sally Chambers

Sally Chambers

Digital Humanities Research Coordinator at Ghent University and a Director of DARIAH-EU

She has served as Secretary General of the DARIAH Coordination Office (2011-2015), as National Coordinator for Belgium and as Chair of the National Coordinator’s Committee as well as member of the DARIAH Senior Management Team.

She holds an MA in Cultural Studies and a postgraduate qualification in Information Services Management. Her areas of scholarly expertise include digital (digitised and born-digital) cultural heritage, collections as data and GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) Labs.

Edward J. Gray

Edward J. Gray

Research Infrastructure Coordinator at the TGIR Huma-Num (CNRS) and Officer for National Coordination at DARIAH ERIC

He is currently on the Editorial Board for the SSH Open Marketplace, a discovery platform for digital humanities tools and services that was born from the SSHOC Project. He earned his doctorate in history from Purdue University. He earned a master’s degree in Technologies numériques appliquées à l’histoire (TNAH), where he is also chargé de cours. He is also president of the ADEMEC, the Association des diplömé.es et étudiant.es et des Masters de l’Ecole des chartes. Before working at Huma-Num, Edward was the Digital Humanities Coordinator at the Maison Européenne des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société in Lille. 

Herbert D. G. Maschner

Herbert D. G. Maschner

President and Chief Scientist at Global Digital Heritage

Retired Professor, Museum Director, Research Center Director, and University Administrator in the fields of Anthropology, Archaeology, Geosciences and Information Technology. He is currently leading digitization projects in 13 countries with the ultimate goal of making heritage free and accessible to the world.

 

Maciej Eder

Maciej Eder

Director of the Institute of Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Associate Professor at the Pedagogical University of Kraków, Poland. Although my background is early modern literature (Polish and Latin), my main field seems to be computer-assisted text analysis or, to be precise, a cross-section of literature, quantitative linguistics, and computational methodology, with special attention paid to machine-learning techniques.

María García Alonso

María García Alonso

Professor at UNED’s Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology

PhD in Social Anthropology, UNED. Degree in American Anthropology, Complutense University of Madrid. Deputy Head of the UNED’s Centre for Studies in Migration and Exile. Researcher in the ‘Maps of Memory’ Project.

Ana García Serrano

Ana García Serrano

Professor at UNED’s School of Computing

In 2007 she starts at UNED’s Se PLN&IR researchers group, and since 2013 she cooperates in several projects related to Digital Humanities and Natural Language Processing. DIMH, Musacces y Clara-HD projects are remarkable. She is now deputy director of postgraduate studies and continuing education at UNED’s School of Computing, where she is teaching in master and graduate classes, as well as training new researchers.

Mikel Iruskieta

Mikel Iruskieta

Professor and researcher at HiTZ Center – Ixa (UPV/EHU).

Promoter of INTELE, strategic researching network stablished for boosting activities for the promotion of European frameworks of researching, yet stablished as European Research Infrastructure Consortium or ERIC, for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: CLARIN y DARIAH, and to achieve the official collaboration of Spain with them. He is member of the Spanish CLARIN Centro-K and was member of the Knowledge Infrastructure Committee (KIC) of CLARIN.

Jesús F. Jordá Pardo

Jesús F. Jordá Pardo

Professor at UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology

Master’s Degree in Geology, and PhD in Geology, both in Salamanca University. Since 2004 he is member of the UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology. He cooperates within the following researching groups: “Laboratory of Studies in Paleology” (UNED), «GIR-PREHUSAL» (Salamanca University) and «Researching Group for Prehistoric Archaeology GIAP» (Complutense University of Madrid). Since 2017, he leads the Project for digitization and virtualization of the archeologic vestiges of Jarama VI (Guadalajara), subsidized by Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha.

María Dolores Martos Pérez

María Dolores Martos Pérez

Associate Professor at UNED’s Department of Spanish Literature and Theory of Literature

PhD in Hispanics. She leads the Project BIESES (Bibliografía de escritoras españolas, Bibliography of Spanish women writers), whose database is a resource of reference for studying Spanish women writes of First Modernity.

Víctor Manuel López-Menchero Bendicho

Víctor Manuel López-Menchero Bendicho

Scientific Director in Spain and Deputy Chief-Scientist at Global Digital Heritage

Degree in History and European PhD in Archaeology, University of Castilla-La Mancha. Member of ICOMOS. His research in recent years has focused on the integrated management of archaeological heritage and digital archaeology.

Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo

Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo

Technician at UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology

PTA Labs Prehistory and Archaeology. PhD in Archaeology, University of Barcelona. Master in Prehistory (UAB). Degree in History (UGR). Senior Researcher Collaborator at LEICMA ICH-UFPEL (Brazil) and LAQUUAB (Spain).

Jorge Moreno Andrés

Jorge Moreno Andrés

Doctorate Assistant Professor at UNED’s Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology

PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology, UNED. Producer of documentaries, and director of the International Contest of Documentary Film about Migration and Exile (CEME DOC). Member of the Project ‘Maps of Memory’ within the UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology.

Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

Chair Professor of History of Art at UMA

PhD in History of Art, University of Málaga, and Specialist in Digital Humanities, Castilla-La Mancha University. Director of the researching group iArtHis Lab, a laboratory for researching, training and innovation focused in studying History of Art and artistic culture from digital, computational, and techno-critic perspectives.

Dolores Romero López

Dolores Romero López

Associate Professor at UCM

PhD in Hispanics, Salamanca University, and PhD in Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom). Main researcher in MNEMOSINE Project: Towards digital history of La otra Edad de Plata: production, storage, use and diffusion.

Mar Zarzalejos Prieto

Mar Zarzalejos Prieto

Chair Professor at UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology

Degree and PhD in Prehistory and Archaeology, Universidad Autónoma of Madrid, with both Awards of Excellence in Degree and Doctorate. Since 2015, she is Director of UNED’s Department of Prehistory and Archaeology. Director of UNED’s journal Espacio, Tiempo y Forma, Serie I.

Miquel Centelles

Miquel Centelles

Professor at Barcelona University’s Department of Librarianship, Documentation, and Audio-visual Communication

Miquel Centelles teaches about organization and representation of knowledge and metadata in different subjects of the Degree in Information and Documentation, and in several Masters. He is coordinator of the Barcelona University’s Master in Digital Humanities. He is also researcher in areas of data and information management, and the application of semantic technologies for data web. 

Almudena Caballos Villar

Almudena Caballos Villar

Librarian. Digital and Web Publishing Service at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Graduate in Arabic Philology and Documentation from the U.C.M..
She is a member of the IFLA (International Federation of Libraries Associations and Institutions) standing committee in the Information Technology Section. She coordinates two projects related to the Complutense digital heritage: the PDC dissemination portal and the Project for the long-term preservation of the digital heritage.

 

Alexandra López Pérez

Alexandra López Pérez

Audio-Visual Technician

Degree in Classical Languages and Literature, Archaeology and Heritage, and Audio-Visual Technician, she is member of the Simurg Team, CSIC’s digitized collection, since 2016. Her career has always been linked to Humanities, from Linguistics, History and Heritage, to using nowadays new technologies and technical processes of image and sound.

 

Laura Donadeo Navalón

Laura Donadeo Navalón

Librarian

Degree in Economics and librarian since 2007, she has developed her career at the National Library of Spain and the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). She is responsible of the Simurg Team, CSIC’s digitized collection, since 2021. Her work has always been focused on dissemination and reutilization of digital collections, in web contexts and social media.

 

Cristina García Testal

Cristina García Testal

Coordinator of Circulation and Loan of the Social Sciences Library of the University of Valencia

Cristina has a degree in Hispanic Studies and has completed the Master’s Degree in Advanced Hispanic Studies at the University of Valencia. Her professional activity has focused on libraries for almost thirty years. She is currently coordinator of circulation and loan of the Social Sciences Library of the University of Valencia. She is the author of numerous works related to innovation in academic libraries, particularly in the area of digital humanities and open access.

Lucía Cotarelo Esteban

Lucía Cotarelo Esteban

Professor at Department of Hispanics. Universidad Autónoma of Barcelona

Assistant Professor Doctorate at the Department of Hispanics of Universidad Autónoma of Barcelona. PhD in Language and Literature, Complutense University of Madrid (2019). MNEMOSINE Project: Towards digital history of La otra Edad de Plata: production, storage, use and diffusion. 

José Calvo Tello

José Calvo Tello

Researcher and librarian at Göttingen State and University Library, Germany

Degree in Hispanics. Researcher in Digital Humanities and Romance. He takes part in  CLiGS – Computational Literary Genre Stylistics Project.