Team

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Albouy Ségolène

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
DH team
DIM
Ségolène Albouy has been part of the DH team since April 2019. She designed the public interface of DISHAS platform and also focused on the mediation and accessibility of the digital corpus through interactive visualizations and different navigation paths.
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Becker Olivier

CNRS
DH team
Olivier is a technician of the SYRTE: he has collaborated at the beginning of the project in 2016 as a web developer, mainly for the modeling of the parameter database.
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Bui Camille

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
Scientific collaborator
Scientific local team
Camille Bui is a PhD candidate of the ALFA project since November 2019 she is part of DISHAS local scientific team and contributing with a growing knowledge on latitude tables.
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Chabás José

Pompeu Fabra University
Scientific collaborator
José Chabás has been a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to DISHAS with his extensive expertise on astronomical tables in Latin sources. He took a significant part in the initial modelisation of the database and contributes important data sets of parameters and table content.
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Covanov Svyatoslav

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
DH team
DIM
Svyatoslav Covanov has been part of the DH team since November 2019. PhD in Computer Science, he develops the tool called DIPS whose purpose is to analyze astronomical tables and to retrieve implicit parameters using modern mathematical models.
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Falk Sebastian

Independant scholar
Scientific collaborator
Seb Falk has been a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his knowledge of astronomical sources in Latin.
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Gessner Samuel

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
Scientific collaborator
Scientific local team
Samuel has been a postdoctoral researcher at ALFA since 2019 who is especially interested in astronomical instruments. He has mainly contributed to the project with his knowledge of cultural mediation and written explanatory texts to facilitate the navigation through DISHAS data.
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Goldstein Bernard R.

University of Pittsburgh
Scientific collaborator
Bernard R. Goldstein is a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his extensive expertise of astronomical sources in Hebrew and Latin.
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Hadrava Petr

Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Scientific collaborator
Petr Hadrava has been a member of DISHAS scientific team since 2017. He contributes to the project with his extensive expertise of astronomical tables in Latin sources. His expertise in the mathematical analysis of astronomical tables is also precious to the project.
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Hamelin Malcom

Université Paris 8
DH team
Malcom Hamelin was a trainee in the DISHAS digital team in 2019. He contributed to the project by setting up an API to promote data openness and by setting up an elasticsearch instance, a powerful search engine allowing the exploration and the visualization of the corpus.
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Hirose Sho

Independant scholar
Scientific collaborator
Sho Hirose has been a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his knowledge of astronomical sources in Sanskrit. He took part in the modeling of the database and contributes to the addition of astronomical data.
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Husson Matthieu

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
Scientific advisory board
Principal investigator
Matthieu Husson is the PI of DISHAS since 2017. Scientifically, he contributes to the project with his expertise of astronomical tables in Latin sources. He took a significant part in the initial modelisation of the database and contributes important data sets of table content.
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Jacobson Nicholas

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
Scientific collaborator
Scientific local team
Nicholas Jacobson is a postdoctoral researcher of ALFA since March 2019. He is contributing to DISHAS with his knowledge of astronomical sources in Latin.
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Kremer Richard

Dartmouth College
Scientific collaborator
Richard Kremer has been a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to DISHAS with his extensive expertise on astronomical tables in Latin sources. He took a significant part in the initial modelisation of the database and contributes important data sets of parameters and table content.
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Li Liang

Beijing Institute for the History of Natural Science Chinese Academy of Science
Scientific collaborator
Liang Li has been a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his extensive expertise of astronomical sources in Chinese. He took a significant part in the initial modelisation of the database and contributes important data sets of parameters and table contents.
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Misra Anuj

University of Copehagen
Scientific collaborator
DIM
Anuj Misra a postdoctoral fellow of the TAMAS project (PSL, PI Matthieu Husson) in 2017-2018 and since contributes as a scientific collaborator with his expertise of tables in Sanskrit astronomical sources. He took a significant part in the modelisation of the database and contributes to important data sets of parameters and table contents.
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Montelle Clemency

University of Canterbury
Scientific advisory board
Clemency Montelle has been part of DISHAS scientific board since 2017. Scientifically, she contributes to DISHAS with an extensive expertise on astronomical tables in Sanskrit sources. She took a significant part in the initial modelisation of the database and contributes important data sets of parameters and table contents.
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Müller Stefan

Bavarian Academy of Science
DH collaborator
PAL
Stefan Muller has been collaborating with the DISHAS digital team since 2017. He took part in many technical choice and discussion and develop specific part of the code in particular in relation with the management of calendar and mean motion tables
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Penin Jean-Claude

Independant scholar
DH collaborator
Jean Claude Penin has been collaborating with the DISHAS sci team since November 2019. He contributes mainly for the moment by providing data to DISHAS with respect to the different table models.
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Penon Antonin

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
DH team
DIM
Antonin Penon was part of the DISHAS DH team in 2017-18. He developed DISHAS Tables Interface, a powerful tool for inputting, manipulating and comparing astronomical tables. It has also worked on the modelling of historical sources for their computer processing.
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Pritchard Kailyn

Quest university
Scientific collaborator
Kailyn Pritchard is a graduate student collaborating with the DISHAS scientific team since novembre 2018. She contributes with a growing knowledge on trigonometrical tables in Latin sources.
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Thomann Johannes

UZH | Zurich
Scientific collaborator
Johannes Thomann is a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his extensive expertise of astronomical sources in Arabic. His expertise in the statistical analysis of astronomical tables is also precious to the project.
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Topalian Galla

CNRS | Observatoire de Paris
Digital project manager
Galla Topalian has managed the DISHAS digital project and team since 2017. As lead developer, she took part in every parts of the project, from the conceptual modeling of astronomical data to the integration of the most advanced tools to the platform, such as DIPS. She also insured the consistency of every pieces of development carried out by the members of the digital team.
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Van Brumellen Glen

Trinity Western University
Scientific collaborator
Glen van Brummelen is a scientific collaborator of DISHAS since 2017. He contributes to the project with his extensive expertise of astronomical sources in Arabic, as well as his knowledge of the statistical analysis of tables . He was involved in the modelisation of the database and contributed important data sets of astronomical content.
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Van Dalen Benno

Bavarian Academy of Science
Scientific advisory board
PAL
Benno van Dalen has been part of the DISHAS scientific board since 2017. He contributes with his expertise on astronomical tables in medieval Arabic, Persian and Chinese sources. He played a significant role in the development of the project from its beginning. Benno van Dalen also has great expertise in the statistical analysis of astronomical tables and has developed programs now integrated in DIPS.