I am a PhD candidate at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary & Digital History (C²DH) at the University of Luxembourg. My PhD project is titled Trading Zones of Digital History, supervised by Prof. Dr Andreas Fickers. This PhD project is an ethnographic study of how digital history works as a negotiation between historians and computational researchers. By interviewing participants of digital history projects, with backgrounds in history, computer science, computational linguistics, or otherwise, as well as observing the practices at the C²DH, I aim to uncover the incentives of participation, the strategies of boundary crossing, and the process of acculturation. Though this I investigate the extent to which participation in digital history collaboration changes the practices of historians.

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2014 – now PhD candidate at University of Luxembourg – Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History
2014-2016: FLSHASE – History department
2014-2016: Correspondent for
2014-now: IPSE Doctoral School
2016-now: Trinational Doctoral School (with University of Saarland and Paris-Sorbonne University)
2015-now: Lecturer Introduction to Digital Humanities
2016-now: Co-coordinator Winter School Skills in Digital Methods (for MA and PhD students)
Co-coordinator Digital History Lab

2011 – 2014 Junior researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam – ESHCC – History
Erasmus Studio
Erasmus Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Humanities
2014: Talk of Europe – Travelling CLARIN Campus
2014: INFINITI – Information Retrieval for Information Services
2011-2014: AXES – Access to Audiovisual Archives
2013: Oral History Today
2012-2013: PoliMedia
★ Open Data Prize winner of Linked Open Data in Libraries Archives and Museums Challenge (June 2015)
★ Finalist of Semantic Web Challenge (October 2013)
★ First prize winner of Linked Up Veni Competition (September 2013)

2008-2011 Student assistant at SURFfoundation
2011: InContext Visualiser
2009-2011: SURFwiki
2009-2011: Enhanced Publications
2008-2009: Office automation


2009-2011 Master Content and Knowledge Engineering Utrecht University
Thesis: Information scent in bibliographic relations
Research question: How should we represent semantic relations in a bibliographic result set to improve information scent in the exploration stage of a search? 

2006-2009 Bachelor Cognitive Artificial Intelligence Utrecht University
Thesis: Does religious faith entail belief? Could an Artificial Intelligence have religious faith?

2000-2006 Utrechts Stedelijk Gymnasium
Profiles: Natuur & Gezondheid, Natuur & Techniek