Team

The development of digital methods to effectively support the acquisition of paraphrases with respect to Plato’s work requires close cooperation between the four working groups involved in this project.

We combine the expertise from Classical Philology and Ancient History (Leipzig University) with the methods and results from Corpus / Computational Linguistics (Technical University of Dresden) and from Computer Science (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg).

Dr. Roxana Kath (Leipzig University) Project Group Schubert,
Department of History
Franz Keilholz, M.A. (Technical University of Dresden) Project Group Scharloth,
Institute for German Studies
Dr. Simon Meier-Vieracker (Technical University of Dresden) Institute for German Studies
Prof. Dr. Paul Molitor (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg) Institute for Computer Science,
Professor of Computer Engineering
Marcus Pöckelmann, M.Sc. (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg) Project Group Molitor / Ritter,
Institute for Computer Science
Dr. Jörg Ritter (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg) Institute of Computer Science
Dr. Michaela Rücker (Leipzig University) Project Group Schubert,
Department of History
Prof. Dr. Joachim Scharloth (Technical University of Dresden) Institute for German Studies,
Professor of Applied Linguistics
Prof. Dr. Charlotte Schubert (Leipzig University) Department of History,
Professor of Ancient History
Prof. Dr. Kurt Sier (Leipzig University) Institute for Classical Philology and Comparative Literature,
Professor of Ancient Greek
Dr. Eva Wöckener-Gade (Leipzig University) Project Group Sier,
Institute for Classical Philology and Comparative Literature
Xiaozhou Yu, M.A. (Technical University of Dresden) Project Group Scharloth,
Institute for German Studies