PhD Student (with Philosophy)
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King’s College London
26-29 Drury Lane
Matteo Romanello is from Venice, Italy where he received a BA in Classics and an MA in Digital Humanities from the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. Currently, Matteo is in his first year of PhD study in Digital Humanities working on a computational linguistic and text analytic study of how the language and structure of explicitly encoded data sources can be used to discover close relationships within texts of an unencoded corpus. He is co-supervised by Jonathan Ginzburg at the Computer Science department and Willard McCarty at DDH.
Recently he was visiting research scholar at the Perseus Project where he worked under the supervision of Gregory Crane on a fragmentary texts-related project.
His research interests are mainly focused on the retrieval and encoding of semantic information within electronic resources on classical texts (particularly scholarly journals), and on the applications of ontological modelling to the Classical Studies knowledge domain.
View a list of Matteo Romanello's publications (pdf)