Programme 2023 Edition

Programme 2023 Edition

When: March 14th-15th, 2023
Where: Norman Building, Lutkenieuwstraat 5, 9712 AW Groningen, The Netherlands

All indicated times are CET.

March 14th, 2023 (hybrid)

16.30-17.00 Coffee and Welcome

Chair: Silvia Stopponi (Groningen)
17.00-18.00 Martina Rodda (Oxford) Should philologists think computationally? Some Homeric thoughts about what AI can bring us, plus discussion.

We are aware that the in-person part of the discussion is perhaps not easy to follow for people online, and we apologize for that. But we would like to try to offer to all the participants the possibility to participate in both days.

18.00 Drinks

19.00 Conference Dinner

March 15th, 2023 (hybrid)

Chair: Helma Dik (Chicago)
09.00-09.45 Francesco Mambrini (Milan, online) The syntax of the Homeric heroes. A treebank based investigation
09.45-10.30 Barbara McGillivray (King’s College London) Semantic change and semantic variation in Latin: lessons learnt from computational methods

10.30-11.00 Coffee

Chair: Arjan Nijk (Amsterdam)
11.00-11.45 Marco Passarotti (Milan) and Rachele Sprugnoli (Parma) Interoperability and Sentiment Analysis in the LiLa Knowledge Base
11.45-12.30 Evelien de Graaf (RUG/ KU Leuven) Evaluation of a Method for Automated Sentiment Analysis for Latin epic

12.30-13.45 Lunch

Chair: Malvina Nissim (Groningen)
13.45-14.30 Paschalis Agapitos and Andreas van Cranenburgh (Groningen) A Stylometric Analysis of Seneca’s Disputed Plays: Authorship Verification of Octavia and Hercules Oetaeus
14.30-15.15 Lukas Fischer (Zürich) Nunc profana tractemus. Detecting Code-Switching in a Large Corpus of 16th Century Letters

15.15-15.45 Coffee

Chair: Wim Berkelmans (Liège)
15.45-16.30 Alek Keersmaekers and Wouter Mercelis (KU Leuven) Lemmatization for Ancient Greek: recent experiments to improve the state-of-the-art
16.30-17.15 Vojtěch Kaše (West Bohemia) A Distributional Semantic Approach to the Religious and Moral Dynamics in the Ancient Greek Texts

18.00 Informal Dinner