Floor Koeleman is an art historian and expert in digital humanities. In early 2022, she joined the SNSF project “Towards Computational Historiographical Modeling: Corpora and Concepts” (PI: Michael Piotrowski) hosted by the University of Lausanne. Floor studied “Man & Identity” at the Design Academy Eindhoven and “Art and Visual Culture” at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands before moving to Luxembourg for her doctoral research. Her PhD project “Visualizing Visions” was part of the FNR doctoral training unit “Digital History and Hermeneutics” at the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) and the Institute for History (IHIST) and focused on early modern pictures of collections, approached digitally. The resulting dissertation “Visualizing Visions: Re-viewing the seventeenth-century genre of constcamer paintings” is available online. Floor’s research interests include the history and philosophy of art, science and instrumentation.

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