Cultural Informatics Research Group

Prof. Dr. Christoph Schlieder


In research and teaching, we focus on computational issues relevant to the cultural sciences. At our laboratory we develop software solutions that assist, for instance, preservation scientists working with built heritage or sociologists studying web-based communication processes. 

Technologically speaking, our software relies on methods from semantic information processing that we continue to improve. Our key areas of interest are:

  • Geoinformation systems and services
  • Digital libraries and archives
  • Mobile assistance systems
  • Computer-mediated communication

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