Matteo Romanello is a post-doctoral researcher at the German Archaeological Institute in Berlin and at the Digital Humanities Laboratory of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. He recently completed a PhD in Digital Humanities Research at King’s College London under the supervision of Willard McCarty. His experience and research interests include the automatic extraction and analysis of bibliographic references from large corpora of publications,
Fields of expertise
natural language processing, information extraction, citation mining and analysis. digital publishing; knowledge representation; applications of semantic web technologies in the humanities.
G. Colavizza; M. Romanello; M. Babetto; V. Barbay; L. Bolli et al. : The Scholar Index: Towards a Collaborative Citation Index for the Arts and Humanities. Mexico City, 26-29 June 2018.
M. Romanello : Detecting Text Reuse in Newspapers Data with Passim ; Hacking the News, co-located with DHNordic 2018, Helsinki, Finland, 5-6 March 2018.
M. Romanello; M. Pasin : Using Linked Open Data to Bootstrap a Knowledge Base of Classical Texts. 2017. Second Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic Web (WHiSe II) co-located with 16th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2017), Vienna, Austria, October 22, 2017. p. 3-14.
G. Colavizza; M. Romanello : Annotated References in the Historiography on Venice: 19th–21st centuries; Journal of Open Humanities Data. 2017. DOI : 10.5334/johd.9.
G. Colavizza; M. Romanello; F. Kaplan : The references of references: a method to enrich humanities library catalogs with citation data; International Journal on Digital Libraries. 2017. DOI : 10.1007/s00799-017-0210-1.
M. Romanello : Exploring Citation Networks to Study Intertextuality in Classics; Digital Humanities Quarterly. 2016.
G. Colavizza; M. Romanello; F. Kaplan : The References of References: Enriching Library Catalogs via Domain-Specific Reference Mining. 2016. 3rd International Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval (BIR2016), Padua, Italy, March 20-23, 2016. p. 32-43.
M. Romanello / W. McCarty (Dir.) : From Index Locorum to Citation Network: an Approach to the Automatic Extraction of Canonical References and its Applications to the Study of Classical Texts. King's College London, 2015.