Angeliki Chrysanthi
Research Associate
University of Sheffield

I'm a researcher at the intersection of Cultural Heritage and ICT studies and hold a post as Research Associate at the Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, UK.

Central to my research are the new creative ways, enabled by the digital age, of co-constructing and sharing knowledge about the past; rendering the latter relevant to the present, and to individuals of different profiles. I have also taken an interest in multimodal acquisition and analysis of data in the Digital Humanities. In this, I'm interested in how our encounters with the digital shape our personal and academic understanding of heritage.

My growing interest in research fields such as Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), Human-Computer Interaction and research methods such as user-centred design and evaluations for Cultural Heritage applications and the broader humanities has unfolded a series of new research directions and collaborations.