Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller

Oxford e-Research Centre

Terhi is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, where her research in centred on the Linked Data publication paradigm and the potential of Semantic technologies to aid and support scholarship in the Digital Humanities.

Her background is in Ancient History and Archaeology (BA Hons and MPhil in Cuneiform Studies). Terhi has also completed MSc Museum Studies and MSc Web Science, and recently submitted her PhD thesis, titled Telling Ancient Tales to Modern Machines: Ontological Representation of Sumerian Literary Narratives, which examined the possibilities and potential of publishing Assyriological data in a machine-readable format.

She currently works on two projects, one on Early English texts, the other Transforming Musicology. For Transforming Musicology, Terhi will be working on the semantic infrastructure component.