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6 June 2019

In the June issue of E-data & Research, Prof. E. Hermens, professor at the Rijksmuseum Chair of Atelier Practices and Technical Art History, elaborates on the evolution of, and the role of digital resources in the field.

Hermens: “Technical art historians derive knowledge, methods and techniques from an increasing number of disciplines, both within the humanities and the natural sciences. Technical Art historians need to know which scientific analyses help specific research particularly and to whom they can turn to for this.”

“Collaboration with data scientists is crucial,” Hermens continues. “There is a great need for digital techniques and tools, designed around the specific requirements for the analysis of objects and the meaningful integration and interpretation of the resulting data.”

Read the full interview and other interesting articles about sharing and reusing data and tools in the latest edition of E-data & Research (in Dutch). Do you want to receive E-data & Research for free in your mailbox and / or on the doormat*? Then register online!

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