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Kim Pham

Research Technology Officer (Since 2021)

 Kim Pham joined the MPIWG in the Research IT department in April 2021. She studied Molecular Biology and Information Systems and at the University of Toronto, obtaining a Master of Information. At the University of Toronto she held the position of Digital Projects and Technologies Librarian until 2018 and then as an Assistant Professor and IT Librarian at the University of Denver. Her research areas include organizational cultures and open source software development, the design of scalable digital repositories for archival access, preservation, and reuse, and sustainable tools and methods in digital humanities research.

Projekte

Commoning Biomedicine: Networking Decentralized Collections of Oral Histories

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Selected Publications

Valleriani, Matteo, Malte Vogl, Hassan El-Hajj, and Kim Pham (2022). “The Network of Early Modern Printers and Its Impact on the Evolution of Scientific Knowledge: Automatic Detection of Awareness Relationships.” Histories 2 (4): 466–503. https:/…

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Past Events

Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Introduction to Research Data Management

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Polyglot Asian Medicine: Foundational Resources and Digital Tools

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Advanced Computational Methods for Humanities and Social Sciences Research: Graph Databases, Deep Learning and AI

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Explainable AI in the Digital Humanities

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Researching Web Archives and the Materiality of Born-Networked Texts

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

3D Modeling

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Modelling the Process of Knowledge Accumulation in the Early Modern Period

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Digital Humanities Survey and Glossary of Methods, Tools, Approaches

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Introduction to Research Data Management and Data Modeling

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

Software Use in AnonymClassic

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Digital Humanities Workshop

Network Analysis

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Digital Humanities Workshop

What is Data in the Humanities? What is Data Modelling? What are Data Structures?

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