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The Trier Center for Digital Humanities (TCDH) is an internationally renowned institution for Digital Humanities. Since its establishment in 1998, more than 100 diverse projects in the field of Digital Humanities were implemented at the centre – in cooperation with more than 150 regional, national, and global partners at universities, research institutions, academies of sciences, publishers, and institutions of memory. Its major focal points in research and development lie in the areas of digital publication and networking of dictionaries, sources, editions, and other fundamental works and artefacts in the Humanities, as well as on developing tools for the preparation, indexation, analysis, and visualisation of corpora.

Vera Hildenbrandt

Project member

Vera Hildenbrandt (PhD) is a member of academic staff at the University of Trier and Executive Director at the Trier Center for Digital Humanities in the field of Digital Philology. She supervises projects at the interface between traditional and digital philologies – amongst others numerous endeavours in digital lexicography She is a member of various international research groups such as the DFG network “Internet Lexicography” and the Cost Action IS1305 “European Network of eLexicography. Her main research interests lie in the areas of Digital Humanities and Digital Lexicography.