Provisional Programme

Monday June 3rd

14.00 Welcome and greetings

14.30 – 16.00 Lecture
Massimo Riva (Brown University)
TBA

16.30 – 18.00 Lecture

Phil Cooke (University of Glasgow)

TBA


Tuesday June 4th

9.30 – 11.00 Lecture

Gabriel Hankins (Clemson University, South Carolina)

Publishing with Digital Platforms: from the Digital Minigraph to Multimodal AI

Poster session 1

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop

Gabriel Hankins (Clemson University, South Carolina)

Multimodal GPTs in the Humanities: Creation and Critique

14.30 – 16.00 Lecture

Cristoph Draxler (Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich) (4-5)

Automatic evaluation of spoken language performance of L2 learners – a pilot study


16:30 – 18:30 Parallel sessions

(Participant Presentations)


Wednesday June 5 th

9.30 – 11.00 Lecture
Marcus Müller (University of Darmstadt)

Lonesome or Together. Understanding in Digital Linguistics

Poster session 2


11.30 -13.00 Workshop

Annotating with INCEpTION

14.30-16.00 Lecture

Joseph Schmied (TU Chemnitz)

Specialised discourse with bots/agents? Beyond ChatGPT in academic English

16.30 -18.00 Workshop

Joseph Schmied (TU Chemnitz)

Practical AI applications (esp. Large Language Models) for Academic Writing: prompt generation– result evaluation – ethical consideration


Thursday June 6th

9.30 – 11.00 Lecture
Matteo Fuoli (University of Birmingham)

Decoding social media polarization: a linguistic approach

Poster session 3

11.30 -13.00 Workshop

Matteo Fuoli (University of Birmingham)

Collecting and analyzing text data from social media with R

14.30 – 16.00 Lecture
Janina Wildfeuer (University of Groningen)

Exploring the Intersection: Multimodality Research in and for Digital Humanities

16:30 – 18:00 Workshop

Janina Wildfeuer (University of Groningen)

Analyzing Games Multimodally: From Theory to Data


Friday June 7th

9.30 -11.00 Lecture

Wu Ping (Beijing Language and Culture University)

Analyzing the role of ChatGPT in translation practice

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop
Wu Ping (Beijing Language and Culture University)

Parsing ambiguity in English and its Prolog implementation

13.00 – 13.30 Closing remarks