DHNB2024 – The 8th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference. Program Committee. Icelandic Centre for Digital Humanities and Arts (CDHA) | Miðstöð stafrænna hugvísinda og lista (MSHL). Reykjavík/Iceland. May 27–31, 2024. Link to the conference website.
Det Norske Kulturarvets Digitalisering – Invited Talk for the symposium “Digitalisering av det litterära kulturarvet: varför, vad, hur? Ett symposium med anledning av Litteraturbankens 20 år av tillgängliggörande”. The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities. Stockholm/Sweden. March 6–7, 2024.
Early Modern Prints, Automatic Text Recognition and Lazy Typesetters. Talk at the research seminar “Reception Studies and the History of the Book. Interdisciplinary perspectives”. 4th annual seminar at the University of Oslo. Oslo/Norway. November 30–December 1, 2023. Link to the event website.
Research Support Partnerships: A New Means of Engaging in Digital Research Activities Support and Guidance at the University of Oslo Library – Invited Talk for the Research Seminar for Mediated Culture and Information. Lund University. Lund/Sweden. November 27, 2023. Link to seminar website.
NorKorr – Norwegian Correspondences. Linking Letters in Norwegian Collections. Talk at the Book History Lunch Seminar. University of Oslo. Oslo/Norway. November 9, 2023. Link to seminar series website.
Digital Humanities in Norway – Looking back, and taking a (big?) step forward? – Unconference, co-organised w/ Camilla Holm Soelseth and the Norwegian network for Digital Humanities and Culture Organisation DHKO. Oslo/Norway and online. October 24, 2023. Link to the event on the University of Oslo library’s website.
Digitale Vitenskapelige Utgivelser i Norden – Hvor er vi nå? Hvor er vi om 10 år? – Workshop, co-organised w/ Nina M. Evensen. University of Oslo Library and Ibsen Center. Oslo/Norway. September 21–22, 2023.
Version Control with Git – workshop during the International Summer School “Digitale Literatur und Literaturdaten.” Deutschen Literaturarchiv Marbach. Marbach/Germany. August 3, 2023. Link to the summer school website.
Multilingual taxonomy initiative – TaDiRAH as a community of practice. Workshop co-organisation and presentation w/ Luise Borek, Canan Hastik, et al. DH2023 “Collaboration as Opportunity.” Graz/Austria. July 10, 2023. Link to the conference website.
Digital Creativity – CLE Conference 2023. Oslo/Norway & Online. June 15–17, 2023. Program Committee, Local Co-Organiser, Moderator. Information about the conference and call for submissions on the CLE website: https://cleurope.eu/cle2017/cle-2023-conference/.
Reframing Failure: Communicating Failure. Panel Discussion together w/ Britt Amell (Carleton University), Nabeel Siddiqui (Susquehanna University), Janneke Adema (Coventry University), and Gabby Boddard (School of Advanced Study). Digital Humanities Research Hub. University of London/Great Britain. May 11, 2023. Online.
Praktisk forskerstøtte innen digitale metoder: Hvordan vi tilbyr grunnleggende programmerings- of datavisualiseringsferdigheter med The Carpentries – Workshop together w/ Kyrre Traavik Låberg. Seminar for Bibliotekenes nettverk for ph.d.-støtte. På vei mot fremtiden: ph.d.-støtte i 2030. OsloMet. Oslo/Norway. April 27–28, 2023. Link to the event on the OsloMet website.
Sharing is caring. Digital research support, skills development and digitization of special collections at Oslo University Library – Invited Talk at the Digital Memory Seminar 2023. National Library of Estonia. Tartu/Estonia. March 30, 2023. Link to the event.
Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (DHNB) 7th Annual Conference. “Sustainability: Environment, Community, Data”. Online. March 8–10, 2023. Co-chair Organizational Team, Program Committee.
Sustainable Authorship in Plain Text using Pandoc and Markdown. – Half-day workshop. Digital Scholarship Days 2023. The University of Oslo Library. Oslo/Norway. January 10, 2023. Instructor.
Digital Scholarship Days 2023. The University of Oslo Library. Oslo/Norway. January 10–13, 2023. Chair of Program Committee.
Databases and Mycenaean Inscriptions. ENCODE workshop. The University of Oslo Library. Oslo/Norway. October 10–13, 2022. Co-instructor and lecturer.
NorKorr – Norwegian Correspondences. Linking Letters in Norwegian Collections. eMunch | Edvard Munch’s Letters as a Pilot Study. – Talk (with Loke Sjølie) at the Digital Research Methods and Infrastructure for Correspondences Workshop. Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Berlin/Germany. October 4–5, 2022.
Mass Digitization and Textual Scholarship. Bi-annual conference of the Nordic Network for Textual Scholarship – NNE2021. Oslo/Norway. September 2–4, 2022. Program Committee, Organizational Committee. Link to the CfP (in Norwegian).
Hva snakker vi egentlig om når vi snakker om edisjon (i massedigitaliseringens tidsalder)? – Paper. Mass Digitization and Textual Scholarship. Bi-annual conference of the Nordic Network for Textual Scholarship – NNE2021. Oslo/Norway. September 2–4, 2022
Carpenters at the Library? Building up foundational data and software skills with The Carpentries – Panel Presentation. Library Symposium. Uppsala/Sweden. March 18, 2022.
DHNB2022 | Digital Humanities in Action – Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries 6th Conference. Uppsala/Sweden. March 15–18, 2022. Programm Committee. Link to the conference website.
Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries. A Living Bibliography – Poster. DHNB2022 | Digital Humanities in Action – Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries 6th Conference. Uppsala/Sweden. March 15–18, 2022.
Digital Humanities Support Units in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (together with Olga Holownia & Juliane Tiemann) – Pre-Conference Workshop. DHNB2022 | Digital Humanities in Action – Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries 6th Conference. Uppsala/Sweden. March 15, 2022. Link to workshop website.
DHNB Virtual Coffee Hour – Host and Co-organiser (with Olga Holownia). Online. December 9, 2021.
EADH2021: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Data. 2nd International Conference of the European Association for Digital Humanities – Online Participation. Siberian Federal University. Krasnoyarsk/Russia. September 21–25, 2021. Info about the conference on the conference website.
Preparing a TEI Corpus for the Text Alignment Network. Workshop at EADH2021: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Data. 2nd International Conference of the European Association for Digital Humanities – Online Participation. Siberian Federal University. Krasnoyarsk/Russia. September 21–25, 2021. Info about the workshop on the conference website.
Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries DHN2020 – Program Committee, Moderation, DHN General Assembly. National Library of Latvia. Riga/Latvia. October 20–23, 2020. Info about the conference on the conference website.
Research Data Management for Digital Humanities – Hands-on Workshop. Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries – DHN2020. National Library of Latvia. Riga/Latvia. October 20–23, 2020. Info about the conference on the conference website.
Forskerutdanningskonferansen. Hva betyr skiftet til åpen forskning for forskerutdanningene? – Workshop “Dataplanlegging i ph.d.-løp” Co-Instructor. Høgskolen i Innlandet, Hamar/Norway (moved online). August 31–September 1, 2020. Info about the conference on the conference website.
CarpentryCon @ Home. Growing Inclusive, Computational Communities and Leaders – Session leader for Nordic and Baltic Carpentries Communities. Online event. July 14 – August 31, 2020. Info about the event on the event website.
Design Thinking and Making: A Masterclass for Educators and Professionals in the Creative and Cultural Industries. Maastricht University / Belgium. March 3–5, 2020. Info about the Masterclass on the IGNITE website.
European Dataverse Workshop 2020. 2-day workshop at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. January 23–24, 2020.
Kurs for kursleiarar i FAIR forskingsdatakuratering – 2 day course on research data management for trainers. January 20–21, 2020. Info about the course on the RDA website.
Instructor training workshop in Stockholm. Learning to teach tools and best practices in research software development. Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). Stockholm/Sweden. November 4–5, 2019. Info on the training on the CodeRefinery workshop website.
Research Data Alliance 14th Plenary – Data Makes the Difference. Aalto University. Espoo/Finland. October 22–25, 2019. Info on the plenary’s website.
Workshop om forskningsdata og organisering av bibliotekets støttetjenester – Fra kunnskap til handling. University of Stavanger. Stavanger/Norway. September 27, 2019. Info on the project this event was part of can be found on the website.
Norwegian Correspondences and Linked Open Data – Poster together with Ellen Nessheim Wiger, Mette Witting, Hilde Bøe, Marianne Paasche, Ola Søndenå, Philipp Conzett, Evelyn Thor, and Ove Joralf Wolden. DHN2019. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen/Denmark. March 6–9, 2019.
DHN2019 – Program Committee. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen/Denmark. March 6–8, 2019. Info here.
EADH Congress 2018 – Program Committee. The National University of Ireland. Galway/Ireland. December 6–8, 2018.
Expert Workshop Increasing Digital Competences in the Humanities – Section Lead & Working Group Member. NeIC/Nordforsk Working Group in the Ratatosk Program. Kastrup/Denmark. November 15–16, 2018.
British Library Labs Symposium – Participant. British Library London/Great Britain. November 12–13, 2018.
Connecting Norwegian Correspondences. Library Catalogues and Linked Open Data – Invited Talk. Gunnerus Library at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim/Norway. November 2, 2018.
Introducing Research Practices and Tools for Digital Humanities. Seminar and Panel Discussion – Invited Workshop on GitHub and Versioning. Gunnerus Library at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim/Norway. November 1, 2018.
Making Change Through the Humanities: Institutes, Ideas and Infrastructures. Workshop – Participant. Royal Institute of Technology. Stockholm/Sweden. October 22–23, 2018.
Software Carpentry Instructor Training. – Participant. Flex Labs Advanced Training Centre. European Molecular Biology Laboratory. Heidelberg/Germany. October 8–9, 2018. Info here.
Building Library Labs Workshop – Invited Participant. The British Library. London/Great Britain. September 13–14, 2018.
Geistliche Spiele auf virtuellen Bühnen. Simulation und digitale Rekonstruktion in den historischen Geisteswissenschaften. Guest Lecture. Digitalität in der Musikforschung (seminar taught by Dr. Judith Haug). Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany. July 6, 2018.
Edition und Interpretation. Geschichte und Bewertung einer germanistischen Maxime – Trial Lecture. In partial fulfilment of the Degree of Philosophiae Doctor at the Faculty of Humanities. University of Oslo. April 16, 2018. Info here.
PosterSlam! & Poster Exhibition – Moderator and Master of Ceremonies. 3rd Annual Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries. University of Helsinki. Finland. March 6–9, 2018. Info here.
Software Carpentry “Programming with Python and Version Control with Git” (together with Kristoffer Nielbo) – full-day Workshop. 3rd Annual Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries. University of Helsinki. Finland. March 6–9, 2018. Info here.
Alte Spiele auf neuen Bühnen. Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen von 3D-Modellierung und Virtueller Realität bei der Rekonstruktion von Aufführungen Geistlicher Spiele des Mittelalters. Plenary Talk. 17th International Conference of the Association for German Editions on the topic “Performance and Edition” (Aufführung und Edition). Johann-Wolfgang-von Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. Germany. February 14–17, 2018. Info here.
Geistliche Spiele auf virtuellen Bühnen. Simulation und digitale Rekonstruktion in den historischen Geisteswissenschaften. Guest Lecture. Digital Humanities Lecture Series at Stuttgart University, Germany. December 20, 2017. Info here.
Fagdag Digital Humaniora. Panel (Scholarly Editing – Today & Tomorrow). The Arctic University of Tromsø. Tromsø, Norway. November 30–December 1.
Editions in Use (utgåvor i användning). 15th bi-annual Conference of the Nordic Network for Edition Philology (NNE). Hanaholmen – Espoo/Finland. October 6–8, 2017.
Increasing Digital Competences within Humanities. Workshop. Organized by DigHumLab @ Aarhus University. Copenhagen, Denmark. August 17, 2017.
Staging & Performing the Medieval Religious Play in Virtual Reality. An Exploratory Discussion. Talk. HUMlab – Umeå University. Sweden. May 30, 2017. Info here.
Teaching Researchers Basic Skills for Computational Research: The Software Carpentry Model. Workshop (co-teaching with Lex Nederbragt). Nordic e-Infrastructure Conference. Hosted by NeIC Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration and SNIC Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing. Umeå Folkets Hus. Umeå. Sweden. May 29–June 01, 2017. Info here.
Staging the Medieval Religious Play in Virtual Reality. Poster presentation. 2nd Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries. Gothenburg University. Sweden. March 14–16, 2017. Info here.
Digital Humanities education in Norway. Workshop presentation. 2nd Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries. Gothenburg University. Sweden. March 14–16, 2017. Info here.
International Digital Humanities Symposium. Linnaeus University. Växjö, Sweden. November 7–8, 2016. (Program Committee). Info here.
Three-day Workshop “Code and Collation: Training Textual Scholars”. Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. November 2–4, 2016. (participation)
Half-day Workshop “The Born Digital Record of the Writing Process: Discussing Concepts of Representation for the Digital Scholarly Edition”. Part of the “Digital Scholarly Editing: Theory, Practice, Methods” 13th Annual Conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS) in Conjunction with the DiXiT Network, hosted by the Centre for Manuscript Genetics at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. October 4–7, 2016.
The Editorial Decision Making Process between Pluralism and Standardisation – Short Paper / Panel Participation “Editing across traditions”. Final Conference of the Ars Edendi Programme “The Arts of Editing: Past, Present and Future”. Stockholm University, Sweden. August 17–19, 2016.
Digital Humaniora i Norden / Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries – Informal Gathering / Informational Event (July 15, 2016). DH2016 – The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations Annual Conference. Uniwersytet Jagielloński. Krakow, Poland. July 11–16, 2016 (DHN Host)
“Digital Humaniora i Norden – Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries” – 1st Nordic Conference & Constitutive Meeting. Hosted by The Norwegian National Library and The University of Oslo, organized by the Digital Humaniora Research Network at the University of Oslo in cooperation with the Centre for Digital Humanities, Gothenburg University. Oslo, Norway. March 15–17, 2016. (Program Committee, Moderation PosterSlam!, Keynote Chair). Info here.
‘Truth’ in Ibsen Criticism – Paper presentation together with Jens-Morten Hanssen. – 1. Nordic Digital Humanities Conference & Constitutive Meeting. Hosted by The Norwegian National Library and The University of Oslo, organized by the Digital Humaniora Research Network at the University of Oslo in cooperation with the Centre for Digital Humanities, Gothenburg University. Oslo, Norway. March 15–17, 2016.
“Modellierung – Vernetzung – Visualisierung: Die Digital Humanities als fächerübergreifendes Forschungsparadigma” – 3rd Annual Conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the German Speaking Countries, University of Leipzig, Germany. March 7–12, 2016. (Program Committee, Session Chair). Info here.
Die Ethica Complementoria – Überlieferungverhältnisse, Bearbeitungen, Verfasserfrage eines Bestsellers frühneuzeitlicher deutschsprachiger Anstandsliteratur – Paper presentation. 16. Internationale Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für germanistische Edition on the topic “Textrevisionen” (text revisions). Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz/Austria. February 17–20, 2016. CfP and info here.
The German early-enlightenment newspaper Nordischer Mercurius – digital! – Invited talk. Symposium of The Enlightenment News Project on “The Early Newspaper”. NTNU Trondheim/Norway, December 3–4, 2015.
Die Digitale Edition frühneuzeitlicher Drucküberlieferung. Praktische Überlegungen am Beispiel von Georg Greflingers Singspiel Ferrando Dorinde (1644) und der Trauerspielübertragungen Cid (1650) und König Carl (1652) – Invited plenary talk. Wolfenbütteler Arbeitsgespräch „Zur Druckgeschichte und Intermedialität frühneuzeitlicher Dramendrucke“, Herzog-August-Library, Wolfenbüttel/Germany, November 26–27, 2015.
Wolfgang Borchert – Die Kurzgeschichte “Nachts schlafen die Ratten doch” – Trial lecture. University of Agder, Campus Kristiansand. Department for Foreign Languages and Translation Studies. 23. November 2015.
Editorische Werkbegriffe – Invited plenary talk. Symposion „Wiederkehr des Werks. Probleme und Potentiale des Werkbegriffs heute“, Herrenhausen Palace, Hannover/Germany, 21.–23. October 2015. Info (in German) here.
A New Edition of Sebastian Brant’s Ship of Fools – Invited workshop participant. Workshop “Digitale Edition des Narrenschiffs und seiner Bearbeitungen im 15. Jahrhundert”, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg/Germany. July 24, 2015.
The Zotero Bibliographical Reference Database as a Research and Visualization Tool in (Digital) Humanities – Show-and-tell-presentation. Digital Humaniora Forum (DHF): seminar series of the research group Digital Humaniora at the University of Oslo/Norway, fall semester 2014. October 21, 2014.
Applying the Concept of Paratext: Videogames – Promotional talk for full chapter in “Examining Paratextual Theory”, ed. by N. Desrochers, D. Apollon. IGI Global 2014. Workshop “Paratext in Digital Culture: Is Paratext Becoming the Story?” University of Bergen/Norway, August 28–29, 2014.
Materiality – Material Text – Meaning – Paper presentation (first respondent: Jamie Callison, University of Bergen, Norway; second respondent: Michael Suarez, S.J., Director of the Rare Book School, University of Virginia, USA). Ph.D. seminar “Reading the Book, Reading the Reader” at the Centre Franco-Norvégien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines (CFN), Paris/France, June 2–4, 2014. Info here.
Presentasjoner av digital humaniora prosjekter ved det humanistiske fakultetet – introduction & welcome address at the 2nd digital humanities seminar at the University of Oslo, organised by the research network digital humaniora ved UiO, April 25, 2014. Info here. Detailed review here.
Georg Greflinger – Digitale Archiv-Edition sämtlicher Werke und Schriften. Pilotprojekt: Ethica Complementoria (1645) – Poster presentation at the 3rd Worshop of the Einstein-Circle Digital Humanities Berlin “Grenzen überschreiten. Digitale Geisteswissenschaften heute und morgen” (“Crossing Borders. Digital Humanities Today and in the Future”), Feb 28, 2014, Freie Universität Berlin/Germany. Book of Abstracts here. Info on the event here.
Editionsrezensionen. Vom Nutzen und Nachteil einer Praxisform. (Critical reviews of scholarly editions. On the advantage and disadvantage of a communicative genre) – Paper presentation at the 15th Biennial International Conference of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für germanistische Edition (German Society for Textual Scholarship) “Vom Nutzen der Editionen” (“The Usefulness of Editions”) at the RWTH Aachen University/Germany, February 19–22, 2014. Information here.
Round-table Digital Humanities. – Panel discussion. Colloquium at the Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel/Germany, September 23, 2013.
Literary Evaluation Between Ethics and Aesthetics. – Paper presentation at the conference “Changing Functions of Criticism. Writing the Cultural History of Literary Critical Reception”, August 14–16, 2013, The University of Oslo/Norway. Information here.
Digital Humanities-Kompetenzzentren in Deutschland. Modelle, Erfahrungen und Perspektiven in Berlin – Introduction to the inaugural workshop of the Digital Humanities Berlin group (Einstein-Circle), June 28, 2013 at the Humboldt Graduate School, Berlin/Germany. Sponsored by INRIA, the Centre Marc Bloch, the Humboldt University and the German Reasearch Foundation (DFG). (introductory address as DHB member and co-organiser). More information here. Full text (pdf) of introductory address here.
Frühneuzeitliche Drucküberlieferung und digitale Textedition. Probleme und Lösungsansätze dargestellt anhand der Georg Greflinger Digitalen Archiv-Edition – Invited talk at the 3. TextGrid Nutzertreffen “Digitale Editionen mit TextGrid erstellen”, June 21–22, 2013, at the Academy of Sciences and Literature Mainz/Germany. Information here. Prezi presentation can be watched here.
“What are Digital Humanities?” – themed Phd Seminar within the Phd programme of the Department for Literature, Area Studies and European Languages at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo/Norway. June 14–15, 2013. (initiator & organiser; introduction & moderation; blogging)
Editing a Discourse, Not a Text. Methodological Reflexions on an Editorial Endeavour – Paper presentation at the 17th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference “The Objects of Textual Scholarship”, March 6–8, 2013, Loyola University Chicago, ILL/USA. (STS travel award). Information here.
Georg Greflinger – Digitale Archiv-Edition sämtlicher Werke und Schriften. Pilotprojekt: Ethica Complementoria (1645) – Poster presentation at the Digital Humanities Deutschland Unconference, University of Hamburg/Germany, July 17, 2012. (VolkswagenStiftung junior researcher bursary). Information here.
Invited panelist (as independent researcher & editor) at the panel discussion at the TextGrid Summit 2012 “Richtfest im Haus der digitalen Infrastrukturen”. May 14–15, 2012, Technische Universität Darmstadt/Germany. Info hier.
Georg Greflinger – Digitale Historisch-kritische Archiv-Edition sämtlicher Werke und Schriften (GG_dHKA) – Project presentation (invited). 1. TextGrid Nutzertreffen, Technische Universität Darmstadt/Germany, February 22–23, 2012.
Information, programme, participants here.
Georg Greflinger (1620–1677) – Digitale Archiv-Edition sämtlicher Werke und Schriften: Ein Werkstattbericht – Paper presentation. 14. Internationale Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für germanistische Edition zum Thema InterNationalität und InterDisziplinarität der Editionswissenschaft. Universität Bern/Switzerland, February 15–18, 2012.
Information & Programme here.
Is Editing a Factor in Canonization? Notes on Understanding the Question – Paper presentation. Rema(r)king German Literature. Second International Graduate Student Conference. Dept. of Central Eastern and Northern European Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver/Canada, September 16–17, 2011 (travel grant funded by the German Academic Exchange Service – DAAD).
Wie ‘bedeutet’ ein material text? (co-presented with Per Röcken) – Plenary talk. Text – Material – Medium. Zur Relevanz editorischer Dokumentationen für die literaturwissenschaftliche Interpretation. Tagung an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal/Germany in Zusammenarbeit mit der Kommission für allgemeine Editionswissenschaft der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für germanistische Edition, February 10–12, 2011.
Friedrich Zarncke und die Edition des »Narrenschiffs« von Sebastian Brant –
Invited talk. Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Master Programme “Editionswissenschaft”, Free University Berlin/Germany. July 13, 2010.
Edition als Kanonisierungsfaktor? Ein analytischer Beitrag zur Debatte um die »Macht der Philologie« (co-presented with Per Röcken) – Plenary talk. Wertung, Kanon und die Vermittlung von Literatur in der Wissenschaft. Internationale Tagung des Promotionskollegs VolkswagenStiftung Wertung und Kanon. Roter Saal des Lichtenberg-Kollegs, Historische Sternwarte der Universität Göttingen/Germany, February 5–7, 2010.
Drucküberlieferung und Textedition. Eine analytische Untersuchung am Beispiel von Sebastian Brants »Narrenschiff« (1494) – Paper presentation. Colloquium programme of the »Interdisciplinary Research Centre Middle Ages – Renaissance – Early Modern Period«, Free University Berlin/Germany. July 3, 2009. Semester programme here.