Klaus Thoden is a Research Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. He received his Magister Artium (MA) in German language and linguistics from the Humboldt University, Berlin in 2008.
At the MPIWG, he has been involved in developing an infrastructure for digitizing sources for the ECHO environment and since 2012 been involved in national and international infrastructure projects (DM2E, TextGrid, DARIAH-DE). The focus of his research is the influence of computers and the internet on the way scholars perform their work. This includes usability studies, modelling research activities (e.g., TaDiRAH, Scholarly Domain Model) and most recently research on the publication process in the humanities.
Klaus is also the technical coordinator of Edition Open Access, a publishing platform for open access publications.
Thoden, K., Stiller, J., Bulatovic, N., Meiners, H.-L., & Boukhelifa, N. (2017). User-centered design practices in digital humanities: experiences from DARIAH and CENDARI. ABI Technik, 37(1), 2-11. doi:10.1515/abitech-2017-0002.Mehr
Bulatovic, N., Gnadt, T., Romanello, M., Stiller, J., & Thoden, K. (2016). Usability in Digital Humanities - Evaluating user interfaces, infrastructural components and the use of mobile devices during research process. In N. Fuhr, L. Kovács, T. Risse, & W. Nejdl (