Daniele (they/them) is a Research Fellow in Advanced Data Architectures for Digital Humanities at the Sloane Lab, a Towards a National Collection discovery project. They are responsible for managing the knowledge that is collected in the project, modelling it using Semantic Web technologies, and publishing it as Linked Data for further exploration and reuse.
Previously Daniele was a Graduate Fellow at ISTI-CNR, where they worked on several Digital Humanities projects involving knowledge representation through ontologies and the Semantic Web (Mingei – Representation and Preservation of Heritage Crafts, Hypermedia Dante Network, Narratives in Digital Libraries, DanteSources, IMAGO).
In October 2021 Daniele completed their PhD in Computer Science at the University of Pisa, with a thesis about the computational representation of narrative and its extraction from text. Daniele previously earned a Master’s Degree in Digital Humanities from the University of Pisa and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Milan.