The Fourth International Conference on Technological Ecosystem for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM2016)  is organised by the University of Salamanca between 2 – 4 of November with the participation of over 300 researchers from 27 countries. The Conference is divided in 16 tematics and tracks and received more than 165 articles and presentations.

As part of the Track 13. New trends in Digital humanities two members of our project team Mara Manailescu, Project Manager and Salvador Ros, Technical Director of the project and Vice Dean of Technology, in the School of Computer Science, UNED have presented the POSTDATA project and the article with the title: From syllables, lines and stanzas to linked open data: standardization, interoperability and multilingual challenges for digital humanities.

If you want to read more about our participation, HERE you have the full event article.