Digital Huamanities: projects, researchers, project together with DeLab UW invites for Jan Rybicki (Jagiellonian University) prelection:
Monday 23rd March 2015 at 7 pm
UW Library, 315 lounge, III-rd floor
55/56 Dobra Street, Warsaw
The Computational Sylistics Group is an informal research group which organizes representants of the Jagiellonian Univeristy, Pedagogical University in Cracow and Univerity in Antwerp in Germany. The group is developing it tools for quantitative analysis of texts and promotion, this tool among researchers around the world. The most famous tool is style pack which is used to stylometric analysis of texts which is written in the statistic programming environment R. Members-founders of the group are Maciej Eder (UP), Mike Kestemont (UA) and Jan Rybicki (UJ).
PhD Jan Rybicki is an adiuntkt in the Institute of English Studies at Jagiellonian University. He has also given a lectures in Rice Univeristy in Huston and Pedagogical University in Cracow. His area of interested is: applied translation, comparative literature and computer sytlistic. In this last field, he is using computer-statistic technology coming from author attribution which allow for quantitative-qualitative analysis literature in the original and in translation. He is author of the many publications in science jurnals. He is also chair in Executive Comitte European Association for Digital Humanities.
A lecture was a part of series lecture, conference and workshops titled: Digital Humanities: Project, People, Theory organised by DELab UW.