Prof. Dr. Evelyn Gius


since 03/2019 Professor of Digital Philology – Modern German Literature at Technische Universität Darmstadt
04-09/2018 Representation of the Chair of Computational Philology and Modern German Literature History at the University of Würzburg
05/2017 – 03/2019 Overall Coordinator and Project Lead of the subproject “Gender and Disease Attribution” in the LFF-funded joint project hermA, University of Hamburg
02/2017 – 04/2017 Researcher and Coordinator, DFG project forTEXT, University of Hamburg
January 2014 Doctorate at the University of Hamburg: “Erzählen über Konflikte. Eine computergestützte narratologische Untersuchung von narrativen Interviews zu Arbeitskonflikten”
02/2013 – 01/2017 Research Associate and Coordinator, BMBF project heureCLÉA, University of Hamburg (parental leave from 01/2015 – 09/2015)
2007 – 2012 Research Associate at the Institute for German Studies II with Prof. Dr. Jan Christoph Meister, University of Hamburg (parental leave from 11/2009 – 01/2011) – in addition to collaboration in the projects DCI (“Digital Commons Initiative”, a Transcoop project funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 11/2010 – 12/2013) and CLÉA (“Collaborative Literature Exploration and Annotation”, financing by two Google Awards, 12/2010 – 11/2012), as well as participation in the development of the text analysis software CATMA (“Computer Aided Markup and Analysis”) from 2008 to 2017.
2006 – 2007 Research Associate in the blended learning project “NarrNetz” at the Interdisciplinary Center for Narratology (ICN) of the University of Hamburg
2002 – 2004 Student Assistant in a project on route description at the Department of Knowledge and Speech Processing (Wissens- und Sprachverarbeitung, WSV) of the Department of Computer Science, University of Hamburg
09-10/2002 Six-week residency at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, project work on evaluating Text Mining Techniques in Sofia, Bulgaria
2002 Student assistant in a Bulgarian-Romanian-German project on Text Mining Techniques at the Department of Natural Language Systems (NatS) of the Department of Computer Science, University of Hamburg
1999-2004 Studies of German, Computer Science, and Philosophy in Hamburg and Naples, Master's thesis on linguistic categories in machine-readable dictionaries