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Matteo Romanello ===
* PhD candidate in Digital Humanities Research - Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London (see [ [Extracting_Information_from_Classics_Scholarly_Texts|research project] ]).
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* matteo.romanello@gmail. com
=== Summary ===
* Matteo Romanello received a BA in Classics and an MA in Digital Humanities from Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia.
* He was recently Visiting Research Scholar at the [http:/ /www.perseus.tufts.edu/ Perseus Project] where he worked with Gregory Crane and Monica Berti on a project aiming at providing the Perseus Digital Library with a corpus of Greek fragmentary authors.
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* Currently, Matteo is PhD candidate in Digital Humanities at King's College, London. His research interests are mainly focused on the retrieval and encoding of semantic information within electronic resources on classical texts, and on the applications of ontological modelling to the Classical Studies knowledge domain.
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An always up-to-date list of publications is accessible from [http: //www. mendeley.com/profiles/matteo- romanello/ my Mendeley profile].
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=== Links ===
[http: //c4tc.wordpress.com/ My PhD blog]
* [http://github.com/mromanello My github] space
* [http://kcl.academia.edu/MatteoRomanello Academia.edu profile]
* [http://www.linkedin.com/in/matteoromanello Personal profile] on LinkedIn
... and if you fancy following me on twitter here it is [http:// twitter. com/ mr56k (@mr56k)]
Matteo Romanello is Lecturer at the University of Lausanne, where he conducts a project on the
commentary tradition of Sophocles’ Ajax.
Matteo is a Classicist and a Digital Humanities specialist
with expertise in various areas of the Humanities, including archaeology and history in addition to
His main research interests include natural language processing, information extraction,
citation mining/analysis, and applications of semantic web technologies to data in the humanities.
After obtaining his PhD from King’s College London, he worked as a research scientist at EPFL’s
DHLAB on the Linked Books and Impresso projects, before moving to his current position. He
was also teaching fellow at the University of Rostock, researcher at the German Archaeological
Institute, and visiting research scholar at Tufts University