Stefan Dumont studied Medieval and Modern History, Public Law and Political
Science in Mainz and Dijon. Since 2011, he has been working at TELOTA, the DH
initiative of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. His
research focuses on letters and their digital edition, especially the
standardisation and networking of these. He is scientific coordinator of the DFG
project "correspSearch - Connect Scholarly Editions of Letters" and co-convener
of the TEI "Correspondence" Special Interest Group . [More]
Sascha Grabsch studied Literary Studies, Philosophy and Media Studies in Potsdam.
Since 2012, he has been working at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences
and Humanities in DFG projects and in the TELOTA initiative in the field of
Digital Humanities. The focus of his work and research is on the digital
indexing of research data and scholarly editions of modern texts. In the DFG project "correspSearch
- networking epistolary editions", he is involved in the further development of
the search application, among other things.
Jonas Müller-Laackman studied Arabic Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin and
the Universiteit Leiden. He did his PhD on the topic of Arabic camp literature
on Italian concentration camps in Libia Coloniale and has been working at TELOTA
as a Research Software Engineer since 2017. He has developed tools for
correspSearch such as the CMIF Creator or csLink, among others, as well as the
search functionalities for the relaunch of the web service.