Scientific Advisory Board

Biblissima's Scientific Advisory Board is comprised of twenty members and is a reflection of the national and international network that is being cultivated around the project.

The Scientific Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Executive Committee; it is responsible for evaluating the partner project proposals, which will receive Biblissima funding. Other experts may be called upon for the evaluation of specific applications.

Members of Biblissima's Scientific Advisory Board

President: Paul Bertrand

Benjamin AlbrittonStanford University Libraries, Shared Canvas (USA)
Nicole Bériou — former director of the Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes
Emmanuelle BermèsCentre Pompidou virtuel
Paul BertrandUniversité catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
Claudia FabianBayerische Staatsbibliothek München (Germany)
Christoph Flüeler — Electronic Editions, Université de Fribourg, e-codices (Switzerland)
Marc-Edouard GautierBibliothèque municipale d'Angers
Adolf KnollNational Library of the Czech Republic, Manuscriptorium Digital Library (Czech Republic)
Marie-Pierre Laffitte — former head of the Medieval section, départment des Manuscrits, Bibliothèque nationale de France
Caroline MacéGoethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
Edit Madas — National Széchényi Library, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Fragmenta Codicum Research Group (Hungary)
Raphaële MourenWarburg Institute, Centre Gabriel Naudé - École nationale supérieure des sciences de l'information et des bibliothèques (England, France)
Agostino Paravicini BaglianiSocietà internazionale per lo studio del medioevo latino (SISMEL) and COST Medioevo europeo Programme (Italy, Switzerland)
Stéphane PouyllauTGIR Huma-Num
Andrew PrescottSchool of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow (Scotland)
Peter SchreinerUniversität zu Köln (Germany)
Darwin SmithLaboratoire de médiévistique occidentale de Paris
Yann SordetBibliothèque Mazarine
Georg VogelerKarl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Institut für Dokumentologie und Editorik, Graz – Köln, Monasterium – Collaborative Archive (Austria)
Claire WarwickUniversity of Durham (England)