Rachele Sprugnoli

I got both my bachelor’s and master’s degree in Humanities Computing at the University of Pisa ( an internship in Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa) dedicated to the digitization of Renaissance books and another internship at Philips (Eindhoven) working as linguistics consultant, in 2005 I moved to Trento becoming involved in Human Language Technologies projects and researches at CELCT ( rnrnCurrently, I’m a PhD candidate at the University of Trento and I work in the group dedicated to Digital Humanities at Fondazione Bruno Kessler: my research is focused on how computational methods and technologies can be applied to the treatment of cultural content, in particular of historical texts.