Anne Baillot is professor for German Studies with a focus on Digital Humanities at Le Mans Université (France). She studied at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, received a PhD in German Studies from the University Paris-8 in 2002 and a habilitation à diriger des recherches from the EHESS in 2016. Between 2008 and 2015, she directed the project "Berlin intellectuals 1800-1830" and edited the digital scholarly edition Letters and Texts. Intellectual Berlin around 1800. Her research interests include textual studies, cultural heritage, translation studies and open science.

Gérald Kembellec is a researcher in the DH department at the German Historical Institute. He coordinates the "Data, mediation and promotion" topic at the Dicen-IdF Research Laboratory. He has taught information and communication sciences at the CNAM (2011-2019). He has been operational director of the Master Big Data and Social Analysis at the CNAM in Paris (2016-2019). His research concerns are the mediation of online scientific writing and the metrics of scientific citations. He has a strong interest in Open Science, FAIR data through semantic contents in the context of digital humanities.

Mareike König is head of the DH department and the library at the German Historical Institute in Paris. She studied history in Hamburg and Paris and received a PhD in contemporary history at the University Rostock in 1999. She studied Library and Information Science in Berlin (2004-2006). In 2012, she started the German speaking blogportal for the humanities de.hypotheses together with OpenEdition and the Max Weber Foundation. Her research interests include French-German history in the 19th century and digital history, especially scientific communication and publication.

Torsten Roeder coordinates all Digital Humanities activities of the Leopoldina Centre for Science Studies at the German National Academy in Halle/Saale. He studied musicology and Italian studies in Hamburg, Rome, and Berlin, and received his PhD at the University of Würzburg. He started his career in the field of Digital Humanities at the Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and specialized since then in prosopography, scholarly editions and DH management.

Laurent Romary is Directeur de Recherche at Inria, France and former director of DARIAH. He received a PhD degree in computational linguistics in 1989 and his Habilitation in 1999. He carries out research on the modelling of semi-structured documents, with a specific emphasis on texts and linguistic resources. He has been active in standardisation activities with ISO, as chair of committee ISO/TC 37/SC 4 (2002-2014), chair of ISO/TC 37 (2016-) and the Text Encoding Initiative, as member (2001-2011) and chair (2008-2011) of its technical council. He has been involved in the definition of the scientific information policy of CNRS (2005-2006), the Max-Planck Digital Library (2006-2008) and Inria (2006-).

Toma Tasovac is director of the Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities (BCDH) and director of DARIAH-EU. His areas of interest include lexicography, data modeling, TEI, digital editions and research infrastructures. Toma was previously a Steering Group member of the European Network for eLexicography (ENeL), and is currently also affiliated with the European Lexicographic Infrastructure (ELEXIS).

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