Patrick Jentsch

Patrick Jentsch is Research Assistant at the Collaborative Research Centre 1288 „Practices of Comparing“ and belongs to the project “INF | Datainfrastructure and Digital Humanities.” He holds a combined Bachelor’s Degree in cognitive informatics and then worked on methods of the digital humanities (text mining, annotation, and visualization), distributed systems, and the secure use of archived software to ensure the reproducibility of research data. Based on these fields of work, he created and continues to develop the digital research environment nopaque. To meet the needs of nopaque’s users, he works closely with researchers in the humanities and acts as an interface between computer science and the humanities.

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