Introducing the InterFace2011 organisers…

InterFace is a conference organised by post-graduates for post-graduates in technology and the humanities.   It’s part conference, part forum, part networking opportunity. All the Interface2011 organisers are in varying stages of Doctoral research, and this flexibility and informal approach is something which really appeals to us as organisers. We really want InterFace to be a symposium and networking opportunity in order to stimulate collaborations and new research directions.

In the summer Leif Isaksen, one of the founders of InterFace 2009, approached four of the leading London based institutions for humanities and computer science scholarship and asked if we would be willing to host this year’s InterFace Conference.  It was a resounding yes from all of us.

So here is a bit more about all of the 2011 Organisers: Alberto, Alejandro, Andreia, Claire, Matteo, Raffaele, and Richard.

We will be blogging about our perspectives about Digital Humanities, our research and the ups and downs of organising InterFace, and of course keeping you updated on the InterFace calls for participation, submission dates, and registration details.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of the conference or wish to make any other enquiries, please contact the committee at