Article: Mining multiple sources of historical data
As a product of the DISSINET project, Adam Mertel and David Zbíral have co-authored a paper on “Mining multiple sources of historical data: The example of a standardized dataset of medieval monasteries and convents in France”. The paper was presented at the International Cartographic Conference held in Tokyo in July 2019 and published in the Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association, Volume 2, 2019. The full text can be downloaded from the ICA website.
New DISSINET research associate
Tomáš Diviák joins the DISSINET team.
Map: Lollards, 1414–1522
The DISSINET team has recently been busy creating a digital map which shows the places of origin of Lollards based on their trial records.
New member of DISSINET
Dr. Robert Shaw joins the DISSINET team.
Grant of Excellence awarded to Dr. Zbíral
Dr. Zbíral has been awarded the prestigious EXPRO grant of the Czech Science Foundation.