Digital Humanities

The Department of Computational Linguistics conducts research in the field of Digital Humanities.

Current Projects

  • Text+Berg: Digitising the publications of the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC; since 2008) More
  • Monitoring Skill and Task Profiles in the Digital Economy (2020-2024) More
  • Bullinger Digital: Processing of Heinrich Bullinger's correspondence (2021-2022) More

Completed Projects

  • impresso: Media Monitoring of the Past (2017-2021) More
  • AGORA project Citizen Linguistics (2016–2018) More
  • Visual Linguistics (2015–2018) More
  • Temporal entity extraction from historical texts (2014–2017) More
  • SNIS project Diffusion of Law (2015–2017) More
  • Digitization and Annotation of the Resolutions by the Zurich Cantonal Government (2011) More