mainzed
Mainz Centre for Digitality
in the Humanities
and Cultural Studies
ENDE

mainzed, Mainz’s center for digitality in the humanities, is an open network of knowledge organisations serving as an umbrella organisation for those whose goal it is to promote and support digital research.

Our key mission is to support the creation of an infrastructure and the transformation of the humanities in the light of the digital age. Mainzed works locally and thinks globally: we set out from concrete problems, but we tie in with developments from the overarching field of digital humanities on an international scale.
Each year, all of mainzed's activities are presented in the annual report available by July 31st.

Key areas

We conduct
research on the key questions of the humanities and on the cultural heritage from a digital perspective.

We develop
study programmes for students and advanced training opportunities in digital methods primarily aimed at postgraduates and young researchers.

We support
researchers in using digital methods for their research.

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Network

mainzed targets researchers at all levels with its offering of a common, persistent platform facilitating exchange, the development of projects and the expansions of the research foci pursued in Mainz. The network is strengthened by organising and realising public events together. We communicate our events through twitter.

Members

Hans-Werner Bartz
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Čulo
Translation Faculty
Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
Aline Deicke M.A.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Christiane Dressler M.A.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Thomas Engel M.A.
i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences
Dr. Albert Gräf
Head of the Computer Music Research Group
in the Institute of Art History and Musicology
Johannes Gutenberg-University
Max Grüntgens M.A.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Michael Haft B.Sc.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Dipl. Inf. Jörg Hambuch M.A.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Dominik Kasper
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Dr. Andreas Kuczera
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Marjam Mahmoodzada
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Dr. Allard Mees
Head of Departement for scientific IT, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum und Leibniz-Forschungsstelle Archäologie
Anna Neovesky M.A.
Academy of Sciences
and Literature, Mainz
Digital Academy
Dr.-Ing. Michael Piotrowski
Cross-sectional area Digital Humanities
Leibniz-Institute of European History
Florian Thiery M.Sc.
i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences
Martin Unold M.Sc.
i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences

Studiengang

A specific Masters Program is a prerequisite for a long-term establishment of digitality in the humanities and cultural studies in Mainz.
To accomplish this, mainzed took the leading role in designing and accrediting a new study program called »Digital methodology in the humanities and cultural studies«, which will be jointly offered by two universities in Mainz.
For more information, please visit the corresponding pages for Johannes Gutenberg-Universität and Hochschule Mainz.

Partners

mainzed is a collaboration of six partners in research and teaching. With our forces joint, we aim at evolving our competences in the area of digital methods in the humanities.
Besides a research infrastructure, our spectrum spans digital methods in the area of spatial humanities, natural language processing, linguistics, digital edition, music, multimedia and web technologies for a semantic web.

Executive Board

Executive Director Prof. Dr. Kai-Christian Bruhn i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences
locum tenens Univ.-Prof. Dr. Klaus Pietschmann
Institute of Art History and Musicology
Johannes Gutenberg-University

Scientific Advisory Board

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Böhm
i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences
Dr. Alexandra Busch
Executive Director
Departement of collections, library, archives and IT, Head of Department of Roman Archaeology
Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum und Leibniz-Forschungsstelle für Archäologie
Prof. Dr. Johannes Paulmann
Executive Director Leibniz-Institute of European History
Prof. Dr. Jörg Rogge
Spokesperson research unit Historical Cultural Sciences
Department of History, Middle Ages
Johannes Gutenberg-University
Torsten Schrade M.A.
Head of Departement Digital Academy
Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz
Dr. Kai-Michael Sprenger
Head of Executive Office
Institut für Geschichtliche Landeskunde

Head of Executive Office

Dr. Anne Klammt
i3mainz - Institute for
Spatial Information and
Surveying Technology
Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences

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Lucy-Hillebrandtstr.2
55128 Mainz, Germany

Contact

Tel:
+49 (0)6131 628 1495
Fax:
+49 (0) 6131 6289 1495


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Prof. Dr. Kai-Christian Bruhn
Hochschule Mainz University of Applied Sciences
Lucy-Hillebrandtstr.2
55128 Mainz, Germany

mainzed is an alliance between the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz, the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, the Institute of European History, the Institut für Geschichtliche Landeskunde an der Universität Mainz e. V., the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz and the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz.


Represented by the directorate Prof. Dr. Kai-Christian Bruhn (director) Prof. Dr. Klaus Pietschmann (locum tenens)





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