Helsinki Computational History Group

Project Details

Description

Helsinki Computational History Group is a group of historians, computer scientists, linguists and digital humanists cracking the code of early modern public communication.
AcronymCOMHIS
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/01/2018 → …

Funding

  • SUOMEN AKATEMIA: €303,812.00

Fields of Science

  • 615 History and Archaeology
  • digital humanities
  • digital history
  • book history
  • intellectual history
  • computational linguistics
  • linguistics
  • computer science
  • data science
  • computational science

Projects

Research Output

The Strengths and Pitfalls of Large-Scale Text Mining for Literary Studies

Tahmasebi, N. & Hengchen, S., 20 Mar 2020, In : Samlaren. 140 (2019), p. 198-227 30 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
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Activities

Workshop on Lexical Semantic Change

Simon Hengchen (Chair)

18 Feb 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesOrganisation and participation in conferences, workshops, courses, seminars

Mark Spencer

Mikko Tolonen (Host)

1 Sep 20198 Sep 2019

Activity: Hosting a visitor typesAcademic visit at UH

Marc Hanvelt

Mikko Tolonen (Host)

1 Sep 20198 Sep 2019

Activity: Hosting a visitor typesAcademic visit at UH

Prizes

Best paper award at DHN 2019

Hill, Mark J. (Recipient), Vaara, Ville (Recipient), Säily, Tanja (Recipient), Leo Lahti (Recipient) & Tolonen, Mikko (Recipient), 8 Mar 2019

Prize: Prizes and awards

Best poster award DH2019

Tolonen, Mikko (Recipient), Marjanen, Jani (Recipient), Leo Lahti (Recipient), Hege Roivainen (Recipient) & Hill, Mark J. (Recipient), 2019

Prize: Prizes and awards

Researcher of the month

Simon Hengchen (Recipient), Sep 2019

Prize: Prizes and awards

Press / Media