WP5 liliana melgar-estrada
Utrecht University; The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
user studies, annotation, crowdsourcing, gebruikersonderzoek

PhD in Information Science. Liliana’s main responsibility in CLARIAH WP5 is to collect researchers’ needs and requirements, systematize use cases, and conduct user studies with media scholars for providing requirements and evaluating continuous development of the media suite.

WP5 willem melder
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  Linked data; Collections; Speech recognition; Audiovisual data

For CLARIAH WP5 I am part of the team that sets up the audiovisual infrastructure at NISV. With a background in artificial intelligence and speech technology I’m focusing on automatic processing of audiovisual data and making it better accessible within a robust infrastructure. For NISV I am also participating within NDE in the workgroup Architecture, aiming to make digital heritage better interoperable and accessible for users.


WP5 oana inel
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, IBM Amsterdam
Semantic Web; Digital Humanities; Human Interpretation - Crowdsourcing

Oana is a PhD student in the Computer Science department at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Previously, she received her M.Sc. diploma at the same department. Her research focuses on gathering semantic interpretations across data types and domains and contextualizing the information by means of events with the help of automated tools and crowdsourcing. In Clariah, Oana is working on the DIVE+ tool and the integration of the crowdsourcing module - the CrowdTruth framework.


WP5 carlos martinez ortiz
Netherlands eScience Center
  Digital Humanities; Linked Data; ICT
Carlos has a PhD in computer science and is an eScience research engineer at the Netherlands eScience Center. He is currently working in projects related to the Digital Humanities. He is responsible for development of DIVE+.


WP5 (WP-leader)  Julia
University of Amsterdam (Media Studies department)
Media Studies; audiovisual data; digital heritage; digital humanities; digital source criticism
Julia Noordegraaf is professor of Digital Heritage in the department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She is also director of the Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage and Identity (ACHI), one of the university’sresearch priority areas. Her research focuses on the preservation and reuse of audiovisual and digital heritage. Noordegraaf currently leads research projects on the conservation of digital art (in the Horizon 2020 Marie Curie ITN projectNACCA) and on the reuse of digital heritage in data-driven historical research (in ACHI’s digital humanities projectCREATE and the Amsterdam Data Science Research projectPerspectives on Data Quality). She is a former fellow of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, NIAS. Within CLARIAH, she acts as leader of WP5 and board member for Media Studies.