Welcome to the homepage of the Digital Humanities Lab of the Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome, where we develop algorithms, tools and databases for computational techniques in the history of art.

Our lab consists of two full-time scientists (Martin Raspe and Leonardo Impett), supporting interns and research assistants, and a network of staff in other departments dealing with the Digital Humanities: Christoph Glorius (digital photographic collection), Klaus Werner (digital rare books), and Elisa Bastianello (digital publications manager).

Applications for doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships in the area of Digital Humanities are explicitly welcomed at the Bibliotheca Hertziana. For more information, see the relevant page of the main Hertziana website.