Nuria Rodríguez Ortega
Director and Professor in the Department of Art History at the University of Malaga. Digital Humanities specialist at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. Director of the i-ArtHis Lab investigation group. Coordinator of the International Network of Artistic Culture Digital Studies [ReArte.Dix]. Vice Chairman of the Hispanic Digital Humanities Association (HDH). Her research forms an integral part in the context of Digital Art History and artistic culture in general. She has directed numerous research projects and has an extensive bibliography.
Juan Luis Suarez
He is the director of the CulturePlex Lab and professor of Hispanic Studies at Western University (Canada). Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Salamanca and Hispanic Studies from McGill University (Canada). His research focuses on cultural complexity and the theory of complexity, digital humanities, humanist technology, Hispanic baroque, along with globalisation and new literatures. Research on Big Data and its applications in the field of humanities. He has directed major international projects and is the author of numerous works that address these issues.
PhD in Science and Technology Information. Degree in Documentation. Forestal Engineer. Associate Professor at the University of Málaga. Member of the research groups “iArtHis_Lab” (UMA) and “Techné, knowledge and product engineering” (UGR). Founding partner of the Cultural S.L., Spin-Off Award from the University of Málaga. Research on mapping and knowledge engineering, Text Mining, Big Data, KDD and techno-scientific networks.
José F. Aldana holds a PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Málaga. His research focuses on data management and analysis particularly in the intersection of technology databases, Semantic Web, Linked Open data and Big Data. He has developed multiple projects of applied research and technology transfer in fields like Systems Biology, Translational Informatics or Cultural Heritage.
Mº Luisa Bellido
Professor of Art History at the University of Granada. PhD in Art History from Charles III University of Madrid with the doctoral thesis entitled “Virtual and Digital Museums: Projects and Realities” (1999).
She has taught postgraduate courses, masters and conferences about the relationship between museology, art, cultural heritage and ICT in universities and museums in Spain and abroad: Portugal, Luxembourg, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Cuba.
Degree in Art History (UMA), Diploma in Restoration and Conservation of Cultural Goods (Madrid School), Specialist in Digital Humanities (UCLM) and Digitisation of Corporate and Cultural Heritage (FUNED); Master in Social Developments of artistic culture. She is a member of the iArtHis.Lab (UMA) Research Group and ReArte.Dix (International network of digital artistic culture). She is currently working at Culturacy S.L.
Associate Professor in the Art History Department at the University of Málaga. With a degree in Art History, he was a technician of the Directorate General for Cultural Heritage of Generalitat Valenciana and he coordinated the publication of its Museum Guide(1991). Masters degree in Telematics and Telecommunications Networks and specialist for the Education Council of the Board of Andalucia.
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Malaga, web and graphic designer, he has developed numerous web projects, corporate identity and art installations specifically focused on video creation, audio projects and optimising media streaming.
He also maintains an active personal site Onoky and is co-founder of the content writing agency www.eldardoenlaweb.com.
Miguel Ángel Sánchez
Degree in Art History (UGR, 2014), Erasmus at the University of Perugia. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Development of Artistic Culture (UMA) and a Specialisation Course in Digital Art History. He is interested in visual culture and the impact of technology on the culture. Member of the “_iArtHis_Lab_” (UMA) research group.
Alumni and collaborators
Graduate in Art History (2015) from the University of Málaga (UMA). She is interested in visual culture and the technological impact on the culture, as it refers to digital culture and the search for digitised sources. She is currently a member of the “iArtHis_Lab” (UMA) research group.
Ana Carmen Benítez
Degree in Art History (UMA, 2007), Research scholarship in for the project “Development of a terminological-conceptual thesauraus of Spanish art theory speeches of the Modern Age and the computerised textual corpus ATENEA” (2010-14), established in “Digitisation of Corporate and Cultural Heritage“ for the UNED (2012-2013), Member of the iArtHis_Lab” (UMA) research group.
Bachelor in Art History (UAM), Erasmus at the Catholic University of Sacro Cuore di Milano and Master in Graphic Design and Motion Graphics for the Trazos school. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Development of Artistic Culture (UMA) and a Specialisation Course in Digital Art History. She is interested in visual culture and the impact of technolgy on the culture.