Melissa Terras

25 April 2013

Melissa Terras

Melissa Terras is the Co-Director of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, and Reader in Electronic Communication in the Department of Information Studies.

Her research interests involve applying computational technologies to Humanities problems, to allow research that would otherwise be impossible.

Current projects include QRator, Digital Transformations, and Textal. Previous projects include Log Analysis of Internet Resources in the Arts and Humanities, Virtual Environments for Research in Archaeology, eScience and Ancient Documents, and Researching eScience Analysis of Census Holdings.