Student and research assistants

Research assistants

Dr. David Englmeier (Informatics)

Ines Röhrer, M. Sc. (Computer Linguistics)

Ines Röhrer studied computational linguistics at LMU Munich and completed her master’s thesis on “Lexicon, Syntax, and Semantics – Computational Linguistic Studies of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Estate”. Already during her studies she focused on the field of Digital Humanities by participating in interdisciplinary research projects. Her interests lie primarily in the digitization of historical knowledge and in digital lexicons.

Student assistants

Emma Mulser,

Johannes Romann,