A digital publishing house of Heidelberg University (HeiDATA:Heidelberg Research Data Repository, University of Heidelberg) has published the digital atlas 'Transcultural Empire: Geographic Information System of the 1897 and 1926 General Censuses in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union' prepared by members of the project: 'Applied GIS in Humanities'.
Students of the undergraduate history program, trainee researchers and members of the scientific and educational group "Applied GIS in Humanities" Yana Kitaeva, Alexander Kuchinsky, Valentina Smirnova, Alexandra Egorenko, Oleg Kudinov and Sergey Mikhailov and senior lecturer of the History Department and a researcher at the Center for Historical Studies Ivan Sablin visited the University of Heidelberg.
On the 13th of May, Maria Zimina Oleg Kudinov and the senior lecturer of the History Department of HSE SPb and the head of the project "Applied GIS in Humanities", Ivan V. Sablin, delivered a public lecture in the lecture hall of IT-club KL10TCH.
On Friday April 17 the members of the scientific and educational group "Applied GIS in Humanities" Zimina Maria, Korobeynikov Alexander and Kuchinsky Alexander made a presentation at the conference "Constructing the Soviet?" that called: "The Dynamics of Visual Image of Central Asia in the Context of the Transition from the Russian Empire to the Soviet Union, 1871-1940".
The members of scientific-study group “Applied GIS in Humanities”, 3rd year students of the Department of History, Oleg Kudinov and Sergey Mikhailov participated at International scientific conference of undergraduate students,Ph.d students and young researchers “Lomonosov-2015”, which was held on 13-17 of April.
This Tuesday the member of the project: ‘Applied GIS in Humanities: Linguistics, History, Project Work’, Kitaeva Yana, presented her own research. The presentation was called: "The Soviet speechwriters on the example of the Diaries of Teimuraz G. Stepanov-Mamaladze".