Birkholz, Julie; Börner, Ingo; Chambers, Sally; Charvat, Vera; Cinková, Silvie; Dejaeghere, Tess; Dudar, Julia; Ďurčo, Matej; Eder, Maciej; Edmond, Jennifer; Fileva, Evgeniia; Fischer, Frank; Heiden, Serge; Křen, Michal; Kunda, Bartłomiej; Mrugalski, Michał; Murphy, Ciara; Odebrecht, Carolin; Raciti, Marco; Ros, Salvador; Schöch, Christof; Šeļa, Artjoms; Tasovac, Toma; Tonra, Justin; Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet; Trilcke, Peer; van Dalen-Oskam, Karina; van Rossum, Lisanne. “Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure (CLS INFRA): a project to connect people, data, tools, and methods” (poster). Digital Humanities Conference 2022 (DH2022). Tokyo, Japan, July 25–28, 2022. – URL (book of abstracts): (see page 624–627). Open Access

Julia Röttgermann (presenting author), Maria Hinzmann (presenting author), Katharina Dietz, Henning Gebhard, Anne Klee, Johanna Konstanciak, Christof Schöch, Moritz Steffes: “Mining and Modeling Spaces and Places for Literary History as Linked Open Data”. Digital Humanities Conference 2022 (DH2022). Tokyo, Japan, July 25-28, 2022. – Abstract: Slides: Open Access

Christof Schöch: “Current Challenges in Computational Literary Studies” (invited lecture), International Webinar on
Digital Humanities
, org. Dhareppa Konnur. Seshadripuram Evening Degree College, Department of English, Bangalore, India, 29 June 2021.

Christof Schöch: “ELTeC, un corpus mulilingue annoté pour une histoire littéraire européenne numérique”. Éditions critiques multilingues : défis et possibilités, org. Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Eugénie Matthey-Jonais, Joyce Boro, 88e Congrès annuel de l’Acfas, Université Sherbrooke / Université Bishop, Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada, 3-7 Mai 2021. – Remote event · website.

Christof Schöch, Maria Hinzmann, Katharina Dietz, Julia Röttgermann, Anne Klee: “Smart Modeling for Digital Literary History”. Smart Data ╳ Digital Humanities: 11th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (DADH2020), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 1-4, 2020. – Delivered remotely. – Conference website.

Christof Schöch: “How Could Digital Literary Historiography Work? Some Lessons Learned in the MiMoText Project”. Vortragsreihe DHLunch@GS, org. Thorsten Ries, Department of Germanic Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 26. Oktober 2020. – Invited lecture, delivered remotely. – Information: Eventseite

Christof Schöch: „Current Challenges in Computational Literary Studies“. CDH 2020. Benevolence and Excellence: Digital Humanities and Chinese Culture. Shanghai Library, October 20-21, 2020. – Keynote, delivered remotely. – Slides.

Christof Schöch, Ulrike Henny, Albin Zehe, Christian Pölitz & Katrin Betz: “The ‘topic modeling workflow’ (tmw)“, Workshop Let’s Develop an Infrastructure for Historical Research Tools, at the Digital Humanities Conference 2017, Montréal, Canada, 7.-12.8.2017. – InformationenSlides.

Christof Schöch, Daniel Schlör, Albin Zehe, Henning Gebhard, Martin Becker, Andreas Hotho: “Burrows’​ ​Zeta: Exploring​ and​ Evaluating Variants​ ​and​ ​Parameters”. Digital Humanities Conference (DH2018), Mexico City, 26.-29.6.2018. – Long paper. – Abstract | Slides.

Fotis Jannidis & Christof Schöch: “Measuring the Complexity of Literary Texts: Results from STTR Measurements and Direct Speech Identification”, Osaka-Würzburg Collaborative Workshop, org. Tomoji Tabata, Osaka University, Japan, April 5, 2018.

Christof Schöch: “Quantitative Approaches to Textual Semantics”, Session Digital Humanities: Text and the Machine, org. Anne Baillot and Sinai Rusinek, German-Israeli Frontiers of Humanities Conference 2017 (GISFOH), Jerusalem, Israel, 10-13.9.2017. – Invited lecture. – Informationen.

Christof Schöch: “Collaborative Academic Writing: Tools and Features”, Session Digital Humanities And The Tyranny of Distance, org. Erik Champion, Digital Humanities Australasia, 17.-21.3.2014, University of Western Australia, Perth (Vortrag, via Skype). +info+pdf