Classics Association Conference 2007, Birmingham Panel Digital Classicist 2, 13 April 2007 You can find the slides of my presentation here.
Panel “Technology” at the 21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies, London [08.2006] This was an overview paper about the use of databases and electronic texts in the field of Byzantine studies, in a panel organized by Michael Jeffreys. The powerpoint presentation is available as PDF-file.
Panel “Treasured words” at the 21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies, London [08.2006] This paper has been submitted for publication to BMGS.
Digital Classicist Work in progress seminar, Institute for Classical studies, London [07.2006] This was a paper for a seminar series of Digital Classicist. It was meant for publication for a special issue of the Digital Medievalist but was unfortunately never completed. The manuscript in question is discussed also on my talk on the Thematoepistolae. The […]
The Byzantine & Modern Greek seminar, King’s College London [02.2006] This paper was given as part of the Byzantine & Modern Greek Seminar Series organized by Prof. Roderick Beaton at King’s College London. It reproduces most of the material published in my PhD dissertation. The Powerpoint presentation is available as PDF-file.
Building a database for the compilation of the Grammar of Medieval Greek. Language and corpora: an AHRC Workshop at the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge [01.2006] This workshop was organized by the Inscriptions of Aphrodisias project at King’s College London, the Greek Lexicon project, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge and the Grammar of […]
Digital philology: Problems and perspectives. International conference at the TEUCHOS research centre, University of Hamburg [01.2006] I presented this overview paper at the conference organized by the TEUCHOS research project at the University of Hamburg. The Powerpoint presentation is available as PDF-file.
International conference on Ioannis and Theodosios Zygomalas, Άργος 1.-4. Ιουνίου 2006 [06.2006] This was a paper on a very interesting 16th c. manuscript from the archive of Martin Crusius in Tübingen. It is also discussed in my paper about XML-trancsriptions of manuscripts. You can download here a PDF-file of the slides used in this presentation.
Grammar of Medieval Greek (1100-1700). Computer-assisted language description and analysis. International Conference “Φιλολογία και νέες τεχνολογίες”, at the Aristoteles University of Thessaloniki [10.2005] This conference, bringing together specialists from Greece and abroad on digital applications in Philology was organised by Miltos Pechlivanos. My paper was largely repeating information from the Neograeca Medii Aevi conference in […]
Μεταπτυχιακό σεμινάριο στον Τομέα ΜΝΕΣ του ΑΠΘ που διοργάνωσε ο Μίλτος Πεχλιβάνος στα πλαίσια της επιστημονικής συνάντησης «Φιλολογία και Νέες Τεχνολογίες”. Οι διαφάνειες της παρουσίασης είναι διαθέσιμες εδώ.