Digital Humanities is a transdisciplinary research direction which uses computational and digital media to study culture and history. For more information please visit the SotonDH website.
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Using citation network analysis this project aims to investigate the effects that the Cold War had on researchers on both sides of the Iron Curtain.
Thomas Dickson (Investigator), David Sear
Through developing a novel methodology of modelling sailing craft routing it is possible to investigate archaeological problems as well as applications to modern yacht racing and autonomous sailing technology. This research uses iridis to provide accurate and fast analysis of shortest path routes for sailing craft in order to provide insight and improve safety of operation.
An Agent-based model developed to investigate human dependencies on orally transmitted knowledge under constantly changing environmental conditions.
Seth Bullock, Fraser Sturt (Investigators), Iza Romanowska
Using Agent-based modelling to investigate the first human dispersal almost 2 million years ago.
Professor, Electronics and Computer Science (FPAS)
Senior Lecturer, Humanities (FH)
Postgraduate Research Student, Humanities (FH)