University of Potsdam, WP7
Ingo Börner studied Russian and German Philology at the University of Vienna. He worked as a teaching and research associate at the Department for German Studies of the University of Vienna and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He has been involved in the development of the DraCor platform focusing mainly on data modeling and schema development. In July 2021 he joined the University of Potsdam, Germany as a research associate in the CLS INFRA project to continue the work on DraCor and explore the potential of “Programmable Corpora” for literary studies. His research interests are in the field of computational literary studies, digital editions and semantic web technologies.