CORPUS LEGIS

Collaborators


Project Members

CECILIA

Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg

Doctor of law (LL.D.). Associate professor of law and informatics. Project manager. Responsible for the implementation and evaluation of SGML in the setting of legal document management.
The Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute.
URL: http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/cems
E-mail: cecilia.magnussonsjoberg@juridicum.su.se

PETER

Peter Seipel

Professor of law and informatics.
The Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute.
URL: http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/
E-mail: peter.seipel@juridicum.su.se

GUNNEL

Gunnel Källgren

Ph.D. Professor of Computational Linguistics.
Department of Linguistics, Computational Linguistics.
URL: http://www.ling.su.se/dali/dali.html
E-mail: gunnel@ling.su.se


KRISTOFER

Kristofer Franzén

Graduate student in Computational Linguistics.
Research assistant (linguistic aspects of information retrieval applied to legal texts).
Department of Linguistics, Computational Linguistics.
URL: http://www.ling.su.se/dali/dali.html
E-mail: franzen@ling.su.se

NILS

Nils Rönström

Research assistant (document analysis, DTD-development, markup and interface development, Web design).
The Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute.
URL: http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/niro/
E-mail: nils.ronstrom@juridicum.su.se

JAN-OLOF

Jan-Olof Sundell

Ph.D., Associate professor of legal history.
Legal historian adviser.
Faculty of Law.
URL: http://www.juridicum.su.se/
E-mail: jan-olof.sundell@juridicum.su.se

PER ERIK

Per-Erik Wejshammar

Research assistant (document analysis, DTD-development, markup and interface development).
The Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute.
URL: http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/
E-mail: per-erik.wejshammar@juridicum.su.se



Associated collaborators:

Donald Broady <broady@nada.kth.se>
Hasse Haitto<haitto@nada.kth.se>
Digital literature is a research program at IPLab (Interaction and Presentation Laboratory) and CID (Centre for User Oriented IT Design), Nada (Department of Numerical Analysis and Computing Science), Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. The aim is to develop methods and tools for the encoding, management, and distribution of information in accordance with relevant international standards as SGML, HyTime, DSSSL. Among ongoing projects in the humanities are preparation of digital editions of August Strindberg's works, medieval manuscripts, and 17th century court records. Project manager Donald Broady. Contact also Hasse Haitto.


Georg Haider <gh@ifs.univie.ac.atse> and
Verena Sebald <vs@ifs.univie.ac.atse>.
Diploma students of Computer Science and Business Administration (Wirtschaftsinformatik) at the Institute of Applied Computer Science and Information Systems (http://ravel.ifs.univie.ac.at/home.html) at the University of Vienna (http://www.univie.ac.at/). Within the framework of the ERASMUS exchange programme (of the European Union) Georg Haider and Verena Sebald have contributed to the international comparative work of the Corpus Legis project.

Updated August 20, 1997