Interdisciplinary approaches to manuscript studies combining lectures in history and philology with materials analysis, imaging techniques, digital humanities and computer science, complemented with practical courses on mobile instruments (XRF, RTI) and on computer programs.
Up to 40 (max.) young researchers, from master and Ph.D. students to researchers and university lecturers. Active participation is expected (including poster presentation). The lectures and courses will be in English.
(as of June 16, 2015)
- Matthieu Bonicel (digitization projects, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, biblissima, Paris, France)
- Roger Easton (optics, especially multispectral imaging, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
- Leif Glaser (palimpsests, XRF, DESY, Hamburg, Germany)
- Daniela Handl (virtual 3D visualization and modelization, Volume Graphics, Heidelberg, Germany)
- Philip Huyse (Middle Persian, École pratique des hautes études-Sorbonne, Paris, France)
- Verena Lepper (papyri, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz & Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
- Heinz-Eberhard Mahnke (XRF, tomography, Helmholtz-Zentrum/FU Berlin, Topoi, Berlin, Germany), coorganizer
- Eve Menei (Papyrus restoration, Paris)
- Christian Müller (Arabic documents, Institut de recherche d’histoire des textes, CNRS, Paris)
- Bernd Neumann (Artificial Intelligence, Universität Hamburg, Germany)
- Michael Phelps (Sinai Palimpsest Project, multispectral imaging, EMEL, Los Angeles, USA)
- Kathryn Piquette (RTI, Cologne Center for eHumanities, Universität Köln, Germany)
- Ira Rabin (XRF, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin, Germany)
- Véronique Rouchon (paper restoration, Centre de recherche sur la conservation, Paris, France)
- Judith Schlanger (Medieval Hebrew manuscripts, École pratique des hautes études-Sorbonne, Paris,France)
- Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra (Qumran scrolls, École pratique des hautes études-Sorbonne, Paris, France), coorganizer
- Piotr Targowski (Optical Coherence Tomography, University of Torun, Poland)
- Lior Wolf (Artificial intelligence, Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Deadline: May 26, 2015
Application should including
—> letter of motivation
—> letter of recommendation
—> For those already working in the field, we also encourage to submit an abstract (one-page camera-ready, pdf- or word-document) for a poster presentation.
—> Participating masters students may obtain ECTS credit points from FU Berlin, Fachbereich Physik. Participants interested in this option should indicate so in their application.
Notification of acceptance June 10th, 2015
See also: humanum.ephe.fr/en/manusciences-15
—> Inscription Fee: 100 €
(payable until July 3rd, 2015,
after that date the fee is 150 €)
—> Accommodation (twin-room)
and board (6 days) 390 €
Important: Financial support (e.g. for lodging and food) can be granted based on the application (letter of recommendation, CV). Please specify when applying.
We expect to be able to financially support a large number of participants.