Most interesting SISMEL General Assembly in Florence with ZKS/Claudio Leonardi Fellowship and ZKS/MIRABILE project presentations by ZKS/MIRABILE fellows

The president Agostino Paravini opens the General Assembly and introduces all the novelties together with Director Francesco Santini:

The ZKS Claudio Leonardi grant winner Marina Gianni explained her research work about: «Agostino fonte del Liber Glossarum. Possibili percorsi di tradizione delle glosse», «Le Liber Glossarum (s. VII-VIII). Sources, composition, réception»

The ZKS / MIRABILE fellows explain very well their work at MIRABILE (directed by Lucia Pinelli) and the challenges to work out the system of interoperability go the enormous library of SISMEL and Galluzzo (more than 300000 volumes), together with the “Corpus Corporum” in Zurich. 

After the end of he general assembly, a friendly get together at Gianni’s in Via Del Moro:

Another Thank You Letter from Michael Chang for his Sumerschool Grant at Istituto Dalle Molle/Intelligenze Artificiale

Hi Patrizia,

I would like to send my gratitude to you and the ZKS Foundation for funding my research internship at  Istituto Dalle Molle di Studi sull’Intelligenza Artificiale with Professor Jürgen Schmidhuber. I learned very much and I had a lot of fun. My research has resulted in a publication at the International Conference on Learning Representations this year, and the publication is here:
This was an opportunity of a lifetime for me, and I am extremely grateful for your support in giving me this opportunity. I hope you are well, and thank you so much again!
Thank you Michael for your kind email and all the best for your academic and professional future!

Fragmentarium: a Model for Digital Fragmentology | Manuscript Road Trip

Manuscript Road Trip: Flagellants, Thieves, a War Refugee, and a Very Unscrupulous Bookdealer

The Flight into Egypt, Walters Art Museum, MS W.188, f.112r

Two leaves, formerly misbound, digitally restored to their correct order. Note the matching mirror-image offsets and catchword.


Source: Fragmentarium: a Model for Digital Fragmentology | Manuscript Road Trip