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Sebastian Barzaghi

Sebastian Barzaghi

Research Assistant

Sebastian Barzaghi is a Digital Humanities research assistant at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies (FICLIT), where he is currently involved in the development of a digital edition of Aldo Moro's Works. His main interests focus on semantic data modelling, documentation and visualization. He earned his Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) in 2020. He did an internship at the Interdepartmental Centre for Research in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law and in Computer Science and Law (CIRSFID) to develop an ontology for modelling a catalogue of digitized medieval manuscripts (MeMO). He also worked at /DH.arc as a collaborator on a semantic digital edition of Vespasiano da Bisticci’s Letters by producing documentation of the project development workflow and by providing some proposals for visualizing data.

Paolo Bonora

Paolo Bonora

Research Fellow

Paolo Bonora holds a Ph.D. in Cultural Heritage Studies and is a Research Assistant in Library and Information Science (M-STO/08) at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies (FICLIT). He currently works on Semantic Web and Machine Learning application for the Performing Arts Studies. He is involved in the Research Center for Interaction with the Creative and Cultural Industries (C.R.I.C.C.) leading the LinkingOpera project. He is the maintainer of the Corago LOD knowledge base and a Corago project longstanding collaborator. His main research topics are: historical knowledge representation; semantic indexing, browsing and data visualization; information extraction through NLP analysis.

Valentina Carriero

Valentina Carriero

Ph.D. Student

Valentina Carriero is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Engineering (DISI) at the University of Bologna, and a Teaching Tutor at FICLIT. Her Ph.D. project focuses on detecting Ontology Design Patterns reused in existing ontologies, in order to support interoperability and ontology reuse. Her research interests include Semantic Web, Ontology Design and Knowledge Representation, Linked Open Data and Digital Humanities. In March 2017, she earned a Master's degree in Italian Studies and Linguistics at the University of Bologna, and between 2017 and 2019 she worked as a research assistant at the Semantic Technology Laboratory (ISTC-CNR), a partner of /DH.arc. She is currently involved in one of the projects at /DH.arc: ArCo, a knowledge graph of Italian Cultural Heritage.

Martina Dello Buono

Martina Dello Buono

DHDK graduated

Martina Dello Buono earned a Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) in 2020 with a thesis on “Designing Semantic Scholarly Digital Editions interface: rethinking the Web application of Il Quaderno di Paolo Bufalini”. She currently works in the domain of Digital Humanities, specifically on web applications UI/UX design and development. Her main interests are Web design, Usability, User Experience and Data Visualization. She is involved in the /DH.arc projects Bufalini’s notebook and PhiloEditor. For both, she has designed the user interface in terms of Usability and User Experience, and she is dealing with their web development.

Francesca Giovannetti

Francesca Giovannetti

Ph.D. student and DHDK tutor

Francesca Giovannetti is pursuing a Ph.D. in Digital Humanities at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies (FICLIT). Her Ph.D. research focuses on knowledge representation for personal archives. She is particularly interested in the use of Semantic Web technologies in the field of textual scholarship. She earned her Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) in 2019 with a thesis on “The critical apparatus as a semantic graph. A combined approach to describing textual variation by TEI, RDF, and ontologies”. Francesca is involved in theDigital Library (FICLIT)project as well as in theSemantic Digital Edition of Paolo Bufalini's notebookat /DH.arc.

Fabio Mariani

Fabio Mariani

DHDK graduated

Fabio holds a Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK). He earned the degree in 2020 with a thesis on "Development of OpenCitations Meta: methodology and implementation". His research interest is in the application of Semantic Web technologies to Cultural Heritage data with a focus on ontology development pipeline, data analysis and data visualization. Recently he's collaborating with /DH.arc for the development of the DHDKey! platform, a dataset of DHDK students' projects.

Delfina Sol Martinez Pandiani

Delfina Sol Martinez Pandiani

Graduate Student / Student Tutor at DHDK

Delfina Sol Pandiani is a graduate student in the Master's Degree course for Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK), and the Student Tutor for the same course. Their Master's thesis was focused on the development and application of semantic and interactive technologies for projects about civic education surrounding cultural artifacts. The project also proposed a conceptual model called RICO (Related Interpretations of Cultural Objects) to formalize heuristic interpretations of cultural artifacts. By representing the relationships between cultural artifacts, cognitive agents, interpretable objects, and interpretations, the model allows for knowledge representation of cultural artifacts characterized by varied, emotional, and sometimes counter-factual interpretations. They are an active member of the SPICE project, at /DH.arc, focusing on practices for “Social Cohesion, Participation, and Inclusion through Cultural Engagement”.

Valentina Pasqual

Valentina Pasqual

Research Assistant

Valentina Pasqual is research assistant in Digital Humanities at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies (FICLIT), where she currently works on Semantic Web applications in Cultural Heritage domain, within the IDHEA project (Linked Data for CH enhancement). She is graduated in 2020 at Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) Master. Her thesis research focused on the production of a semantic framework on scholars' interpretatations on artefacts (MIMA): “Data modelling of a multi-disciplinary approach on manuscripts. The Pellegrino Prisciani’s Historiae Ferrarrie”. She is also involved in VaSto project at /DH.arc. 

Bruno Sartini

Bruno Sartini

Ph.D. Student

Bruno Sartini is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies (FICLIT). Bruno currently works in the field of Digital Humanities, with a focus on knowledge extraction and semantic web technologies applied to cultural heritage. The main topic of his doctoral thesis is the automatic extraction of symbolic features from mythological paintings. His other research interests include NLP applied to cultural heritage, 3D visualizations, gamification and big data analysis. He earned his Master’s degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) in 2019 with a thesis on "Polarity and Emotions Variations in Poetry's Symbolism". At the present time, he’s involved in “Social cohesion, Participation, and Inclusion through Cultural Engagement” project (SPICE) at /DH.arc.