Sabine Lang

Post-doctoral researcher, PhD in art history
Research focus: digital humanities, image similarity, modern art (especially Surrealist painting and photography, Street Art), methodology in art history, history and meaning of style

Overview over projects in the digital humanities:

Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing (HCI)
University of Heidelberg
INF 205, Room A04.408
D-69120 Heidelberg
Tel. 14811

Email: sabine.lang (at) iwr.uni-heidelberg (dot) de

Lang, S. and Ommer, B.: Reconstructing Histories (2018): Analyzing Exhibition Photographs with Computational Methods. Arts, 7:64, p. 1-21.

Lang, S. and Ommer, B.: Reflecting on How Artworks Are Processed and Analyzed by Computer Vision. Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV), Workshop.

Sanakoyeu, A., Kotovenko, D., Lang, S., and Ommer, B. (2018): A Style-Aware Content Loss for Real-Time HD Style Transfer. Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV).

Lang, S. and Ommer, B. (2018): Attesting Similarity: Supporting the Organization and Study of Art Image Collections with Computer Vision. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Oxford University Press, 33:4, p. 845-856.

Lang, S.: Studien zu Roland Penrose, dem Englischen Surrealismus und der Farley Farm als Künstlerhaus und Repräsentantin des künstlerischen Werkes. Dissertation, Universität Tübingen, Universitätsbibliothek.