About

The Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation was created in August 2005 in Geneva by Zeno Karl Schindler’s daughter, Jacqueline C. Schindler, in the name and memory of her departed father, an eminent engineer in electronic engineering and former CEO of the Schindler Holding, Hergiswil (NW), Switzerland.
Its purpose is the encouragement, development and support of top research in the fields of engineering and environmental sciences as well as in the field of all medieval disciplines (languages and literature, philology, history, history of art, musicology, philosophy, theology, “Medieval Studies”). The latest addition combining both fields: Digital Humanities, where we have subsidised already four projects: HYPERCODEX, Geneva, MINARE, Cambridge, TRAME, Florence, and FRAGMENTARIUM, Fribourg. We also participate in Digital Humanities scholarships of the Monastic Library project of Durham University.

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