Maria Papadopoulou received her PhD in classical philology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She is associate researcher at the Laboratoire d'Informatique, Systèmes, Traitement de l'Information et de la Connaissance - LISTIC of the Université Savoie- Mont Blanc. She has published extensively on Classics, Digital Humanities and Semantic Web applications for Cultural Heritage, and has done research and teaching in academic institutions in China, Denmark, France, Greece and USA. Since 2022 she is postdoctoral researcher in the project Leaders and Crisis Management in Ancient Greek Literature, directed at IMS/FORTH by Dr Melina Tamiolaki. She is responsible for the creation of an ontology on the concept of crisis in antiquity.
Maria Papadopoulou & C. Roche, ‘Rencontre entre une philologue et un terminologue au pays des ontologies’, Revue Ouverte d’Intelligence Artificielle, 1:1 (2020), 43-70.
Maria Papadopoulou & C. Roche, ‘Terminologie et ontologie pour les humanités numériques. Le cas des vêtements de la Grèce antique’, Humanités Numériques, 2 (2020).
Maria Papadopoulou & C. Roche, ‘Building ontology-based dictionaries for Greek material culture terms’, First International Workshop on Open Data and Ontologies for Cultural Heritage. Rome, Italy, June 3, 2019.
Maria Papadopoulou & C. Roche, ‘Mind the gap: ontology authoring for humanists’, First International Workshop for Digital Humanities and their Social Analysis (WODHSA)- Episode V: The Styrian Autumn of Ontology, September 23-25, A Workshop hosted by Joint Ontology Workshops, Medical University of Graz (Austria), September 23-25, 2019.
Maria Papadopoulou, ‘The role of spatial prepositions in the Greek lexicon of garments’, E. Mocciaro & W. Michael (eds.), Toward a Cognitive Classical Linguistics: The Embodied Basis of Constructions in Greek and Latin, Warsaw: Walter de Gruyter (2019) 176-206.