Maxim Romanov, PhD


Maxim Romanov, PhD

Maria-Theresien-Straße 9
1090 Wien
Room: 1.10

T: +43-1-4277-40852
maxim.romanov@univie.ac.at

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OpenITI: a Machine-Readable Corpus of Islamicate Texts (Version 2019.1.1). Romanov, Maxim (Developer); Seydi, Masoumeh (Developer). 2019.

Publication: Electronic/multimedia outputSoftware or database


Orbis-in-a-Box (OIB): Modeling Historical Geographical Networks (Poster). / Romanov, Maxim; Baillie, James; Seydi, Masoumeh.

Digital Humanities 2019 Conference Papers (9-12 July 2019). Utrecht University. Utrecht, 2019.

Publication: Contribution to bookContribution to proceedingspeer-review


1001 Morphological Patterns: Algorithmically Generated Materials for Teaching Classical Arabic. / Romanov, Maxim.

Инновации и традиции в арабистике и исламоведении: сборник статей в честь профессора Олега Ивановича Редькина. ed. / O Bernikova; A Knysh. Saint Peterburg, Russia : Издательство Санкт-Петербургского университета, 2019. p. 262-274.

Publication: Contribution to bookChapterpeer-review


A digital humanities for premodern Islamic History. / Romanov, Maxim.

In: International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 50, No. 1, 01.02.2018, p. 129-134.

Publication: Contribution to journalShort communicationpeer-review


Digitizing the textual heritage of the Premodern Islamicate World : Principles and plans. / Miller, Matthew Thomas; Romanov, Maxim G.; Savant, Sarah Bowen.

In: International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 50, No. 1, 01.02.2018, p. 103-109.

Publication: Contribution to journalShort communicationpeer-review


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Vorträge

Activities in u:cris

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ORBIS-esque Hackathon

Tara Andrews , Maxim Romanov , Maria Vargha
ORBIS-esque Hackathon
Seminar/Workshop, Organisation of ...
18.7.2018 - 20.7.2018

A three-day intensive course in Digital Islamic Humanities (within the School of Mamluk Studies)

Maxim Romanov
Research
2.7.2018 - 4.7.2018

Modeling Arabic Written Tradition: Enhancing Traditional Text analysis with Computational Techniques

Maxim Romanov
Launching RASCIO: Reader, Author, Scholar in Context of Information Overflow
Seminar/Workshop, Talk or oral contribution
24.5.2018 - 24.5.2018

“Iftaḥ Yā Simsim!” Finding Digital Keys to the Treasures of the Arabic Written Tradition (keynote)

Maxim Romanov
Research Data Management in Digital Humanities
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
18.4.2018 - 18.4.2018

“Open Sesame!” Digital Analysis of the Arabic Written Tradition: Part I—On Social History

Maxim Romanov
Talk or oral contribution
6.2.2018 - 6.2.2018

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