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Daniil Skorinkin, Ph.D.

Forschungskoordination und Projekte


Campus Am Neuen Palais
Am Neuen Palais
Haus 4, Raum 2.11.

Curriculum Vitae 

seit 2022 Postdoc an der Universität Potsdam
2020 – 2022 Assistenzprofessor an der HSE Universität Moskau, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften
2019 – 2021 Direktor des MA-Programm in Digital Humanities, HSE Universität Moskau
2018 – 2020 Dozent an der HSE Universität Moskau, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften
2017 Mitbegründer des Projekts
2016 – 2018 Lehrassistent an der HSE Universität Moskau, Fakultät für Geisteswissenschaften
2015 ADHO-Stipendium für junge Forscher
2013 – 2016 Computerlinguist bei Softwareunternehmen ABBYY, Data Mining Group
2012 – 2014 Master of Arts: Computerlinguistik an der HSE Universität Moskau
2007 – 2011 Bachelor of Arts: Journalismus an der HSE Universität Moskau

Forschungs- und Arbeitsschwerpunkte

  • Digitale Literaturwissenschaft / Computational Literary Studies
  • Literaturwissenschaftliche Netzwerkanalyse
  • Stilometrie
  • Digitale Editionen, TEI/XML


  • Skorinkin, D., Orekhov, B. Hacking stylometry with multiple voices: Imaginary writers can override authorial signal in Delta. In: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Volume 38, Issue 3, September 2023, Pages 1247–1266,
  • Giovannini, L., Skorinkin, D. The AI Playwright: An Experiment in Literary Morphology. Preprint. 2023.
  • Skorinkin, D. "Digital Humanities in Russia Was Forever, Until It Was No More: The Story of Russian Digital Humanities in 2011–2022", Canadian-American Slavic Studies 57, 1-2 (2023): 209-221.
  • Kizhner, I., Terras, M., Afanasieva, J., Pusenkova, D., Sherer, M., Skorinkin, D. The Culture of the Very Rich and Very Poor: Do Digital Museum Collections Tell us Anything about Jewish Culture? In: Jewish Studies in the Digital Age. De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2022, pp. 43–64.  
  • Fischer, F., Skorinkin, D.. Social Network Analysis in Russian Literary Studies. In: Gritsenko, D., Wijermars, M., Kopotev, M. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021,
  • Bonch-Osmolovskaya, A., Skorinkin, D., Pavlova, I., Kolbasov, M., Orekhov, B. Tolstoy semanticized: Constructing a digital edition for knowledge discovery. Journal of Web Semantics 59, December 2019, 100483.
  • Skorinkin D., Fischer F. Measuring the ‘Epification’ of Drama, in: Applications in Cultural Evolution: Arts, Languages, Technologies. University of Tartu, 2018. P. 46-48.
  • Skorinkin D., Fischer F., Palchikov G. Building a Corpus for the Quantitative Research of Russian Drama: Composition, Structure, Case Studies, in: Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies: Papers from the 24th International "Dialogue" Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 2018
  • Fischer F., Trilcke P., Kittel C., Milling C., Skorinkin D. To Catch a Protagonist: Quantitative Dominance Relations in German Language Drama (1730–1930), in: Digital Humanities 2018: Book of Abstracts / Libro de resúmenes. Mexico : Red de Humanidades Digitales A. C., 2018. P. 193-201.
  • Skorinkin D. Digital Edition of the Complete Works of Leo Tolstoy, in: 6th AIUCD Conference Book of Abstracts. Rome, 2017. P. 264-266.
  • Fischer F., Milling C., Shlosman E., Skorinkin D. Easy Linavis (Simple Network Visualisation for Literary Texts), in: Digital Humanities Russia 2017 Vol. 1. Krasnoyarsk: Siberian Federal University, 2017.
  • Fischer F., Göbel M., Milling C., Orlova T, Palchikov G, Pavlova I, Pozdniakov I., Skorinkin D., Trilcke P. Life(!) on Stage: Building an interface for the network analysis of TEI-encoded drama corpora, in: TEI Conference and Members’ Meeting 2017 Book of Abstracts Vol. 16. Victoria : University of Victoria, 2017.
  • Skorinkin D., Bonch-Osmolovskaya A. Text mining War and Peace: Automatic extraction of character traits from literary pieces, in: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. 2016
  • Skorinkin D., Mozhaev E. TEI markup for the 90-volume edition of Leo Tolstoy’s complete works, in: TEI Conference and Members’ Meeting 2016 Book of Abstracts. Wien : Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, 2016. P. 107-109.
  • Skorinkin D.A., Budnikov E., Stepanova M., Matavina P., Chelombeeva A. Information Extraction Based on Deep Syntactic-Semantic Analysis, in: Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies: Papers from the 22th International "Dialogue" Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 2016
  • Bonch-Osmolovskaya A., Sidorova E., Skorinkin D. Verbal Identity of a Fictional Character: a Quantitative Study with a Machine Learning Experiment, in: Digital Humanities 2016. Conference Abstracts (Jagiellonian University & Pedagogical University, Kraków, 11–16 July 2016). Kraków, 2016. P. 747-749.
  • Skorinkin D., Bonch-Osmolovskaya A. A. Automatic semantic tagging of Leo Tolstoy’s works, in: DH 2015 Global Digital Humanities Conference Abstracts. Sydney, 2015.