PhD student and working in different digital humanities projects at the Centre for Information Modelling at the University of Graz.
I studied history and digital heritage studies (EuroMACHS).
My PHD is about ontology-based resource discovery and I focus on semantic technologies, linked open data and web development in the humanities.
I grew up in a village in Upper Styria in Austria ;) .
Holds a Bachelor degree in History and a Joint Master’s Degree in Digital Heritage (EuroMACHS). Currently he is a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities. Since 2016 he has been a research assistant at the Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM) at the University of Graz. His work in technical development and data modelling includes the following projects: STEFAN ZWEIG DIGITAL, in cooperation with the Literature Archive Salzburg; ‘Open Access Database Adjective-Adverb Interfaces in Romance’, in cooperation with the Institute for Romance Studies of the University of Graz; and ‘Digital Edition Publishing Cooperative for Historical Accounts’ with partners in the USA. The main focus of his work is on semantic web technologies, information retrieval, and web programming. In addition to teaching in these fields, his dissertation project focuses on information-based retrieval and discovery for research data in the humanities.