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Portrait of Gábor Palkó

Gábor Palkó

Project Lead National Laboratory for Digital Heritage, Hungary Academic Research

Gábor Palkó is a digital humanist and literary historian. His research interests include digital philology and cultural heritage, the semantic web, archival theory, Niklas Luhmann's media and art theory, and 20th-century Hungarian literary history. He is the director of the Digital Humanities Department of Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest (ELTE.DH) and the National Laboratory of Digital Heritage (DH-LAB), editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Digital Humanities (Springer) and of, a service that publishes digital scholarly editions and aggregates philological data for Europeana. He is a member of the subgroup of the Expert Group on the Common European Data Space for Cultural Heritage (E03800/1). He edited the volume "Born-Digital Archives" with Thorsten Ries, published by Springer in 2022 (978-3-031-19940-0). He co-authored the articles: WARChain: Consensus-based trust in web archives via proof-of-stake blockchain technology, Journal of Computer Security (2022/1/1) and Towards a computational history of modernism in European literary
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