Dr Charlotte TupmanSenior Research Fellow in Digital Humanities, University of Exeter
Charlotte is a member of Exeter’s Department of Classics and Ancient History and the Digital Humanities Lab, with research interests in Latin Epigraphy. As one of the authors of the EpiDoc Guidelines she is actively involved in the collaborative development of international standards for the encoding and publication of inscriptions and papyri. She has worked in the field of Digital Humanities for the past decade, specialising in the analysis, encoding and digital publication of textual materials, and is currently working on applying machine learning to the study of lettercutting processes in the Roman world. With her colleague Jacqueline Christmas she holds an Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Research Award for the project Reconsidering the Roman Workshop.