Since September 2022 - Research Assistant in DARIAH-PL.
Tasks involving Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Handwritten Text Recognition.
The description of the project
DARIAH-PL is a development project funded under the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 in the area „Development of modern research infrastructure of the science sector”.
DARIAH-PL is a development project carried out with an objective to build Dariah.lab - a research infrastructure for digital humanities. The infrastructure has been placed on the Polish Research Infrastructure Map in the area of social sciences and humanities. Dariah.lab is a research infrastructure for the arts and humanities built in the DARIAH-PL project. It is designed to acquire, store and integrate cultural data from the humanities and social sciences, as well as to process, visualize, and share digital resources.
The aim of the project is to build Dariah.lab infrastructure which includes hardware and software tools using state-of-the-art technological solutions and integrated digital resources from various fields of humanities and arts sciences. The network of distributed research laboratories constituting Dariah.lab is designed on the basis of a research agenda developed by the consortium members. It consistes of Source Laboratory, Automatic Enrichement Laboratory, Supervised Semantic Discovery Laboratory, Intelligent Analysis and Interpretation Laboratory, and Advanced Visualization Laboratory.
The use of Dariah.lab is possible at the level of national and international research and development projects as well as in cooperation with commercial partners.
The value of the project is 129 496 338.76 PLN, and the contribution of European Funds is 99 800 000.00 PLN. Dariah.lab implementation began on January 1, 2021 and will last 3 years.
Project description and movie come from the website of the project: https://lab.dariah.pl/en
July 2018 - July 2021 - Principal Investigator of the project "The Portuguese overseas identity in the context of the social network analysis"
For my project results, I have received the highest grade with distinction in 2021 by the National Science Center of Poland.
The description of the project:
The project aimed to analyze the Portuguese overseas identity in the Atlantic Ocean basin during 1642-1755 using Social Network Analysis. The research verified the connections between the administrative structures and the inhabitants of the colonial outskirts. The overseas identity was regarded as result of different relationships formed between diverse social actors. In this research, we combined the history of the Portuguese colonial empire with modern tools, which are scarce research methods in the existing historiography in Poland and the Portuguese-speaking regions. This provided an innovative approach to understanding the Portuguese empire from a broader perspective, analyzing it as a system of colonial interconnections.