Franziska Diehr


Master’s degree in Information Science received from the Humboldt University of Berlin in 2013 with thesis on a data modell for the description of scientific collections. Bachelor’s degree in Museum Studies at the HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences in 2010 on the documentation of a photographic collection from the German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst. Scholarship recipient from 2013 to 2014 in the collaborative project “Recording and Documenting the Archives of Foundations” of the Association of German Foundations and the Hermann von Helmholtz Centre for Cultural Techniques at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

Areas of Interest

Against the background of the needs of today’s information era, the importance of systematic access to distributed datasets increases. Modern linked data technology allows information in the web to be connected. This results in new perspectives on objects of research and research analytical methods. Of particular interest are the recording and documentation of cultural assets and the creation of systematic and free access to knowledge of cultural heritage for scientists and the public.

Publications (selection)

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