Antonella Ambrosio teaches Paleography and Diplomatics for Bachelor and Master degree courses in History in the University of Naples Federico II, from 2008 with digital technologies. She has twenty years of work and research experience on the historical charters keeping in archives, she has published books and various papers on the topic, with digital approach too (https://www.docenti.unina.it/antonella.ambrosio).
The National Archives of Finland has carried out format study within our co:op project with the primary purpose of reviewing and analyzing the available file formats for the storage of automatically recognized text or manually input text (transcription). The automatic recognition can be either OCR-based (i.e. recognition of printed text) or HTR-based (i.e. recognition of hand-written text). Report on File Formats for Hand-written Text Recognition (HTR) Material weiterlesen →
Sami Nousiainen, M.Sc.(Tech.), has graduated from the Helsinki University of Technology, from the Department of Engineering Physics and Mathematics, majoring in Information Science and minoring in Applied Mathematics.
He has worked in research and development for about 15 years carrying out projects related to e.g. telecommunications, mobile services, software development, environmental monitoring and data analysis in projects funded by e.g. EU, national public sector and companies. He has some publications in e.g. conferences and journals.
Two weeks ago, on 15 November 2016, the already 3rd #MOMathon16 took place, organized within the EU-funded project co:op.
The MOMathon is an online event concerned with the Monasterium portal – Europe’s virtual charters archive. It gives everyone interested in refining the accessibility of digital available historic documents the opportunity to collectively enhance the world´s largest database of medieval and early modern charters.
34 participants from Germany, Austria, Romania, Italy, Spain and Great Britain helped to enhance the database of Monasterium with new metadata. Some attendees even changed the online-event to a local event and met over coffee and cake for a join editing:
Click here to see how well epicurean delights go together with intellectual work at the University of Naples Federico II.