December 12-14 2022, University of Antwerp, BelgiumRegistration is now open
The Computational Humanities Research (CHR) community is an international and interdisciplinary community that supports researchers with an interest in computational approaches to the humanities.
The 2022 edition of the Computational Humanities Research conference will be hosted by the University of Antwerp, Belgium. The conference will be a hybrid event with an option to attend in person at the beautiful Monastery of the Grauwzusters in Antwerp, virtually, or a combination of the two. Check the Call for Papers!
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We are very honoured and pleased that Nina Tahmasebi and Peter Turchin have accepted to give a keynote lecture at CHR2022.
Nina Tahmasebi is an Associate Professor in NLP at the University of Gothenburg. She works at a Language Technology Research Lab, Språkbanken Text. During the past years, she also worked for the Centre for Digital Humanities. Her research focuses on computational methods for detecting changes in natural language, in particular semantic changes and lexical replacements.
Peter Turchin is a complexity scientist who works in the field of historical social science that he and his colleagues call Cliodynamics. His research interests lie at the intersection of social and cultural evolution, historical macrosociology, economic history, mathematical modeling of long-term social processes, and the construction and analysis of historical databases.