Lampros Ntoumas is a PhD candidate and a member of the research project “Towards Computational Historiographical Modeling: Corpora and Concepts” led by Michael Piotrowski and hosted by UNIL. He recently graduated from University of Groningen’s master program of Digital Humanities and worked as a teacher’s assistant for the same program after his graduation. His main research focus lies on studying the epistemological implications of digital humanities corpora, as well as their functionality as scientific instruments conveying certain knowledge about the phenomena they model. Other research interests include the exploration of computational methods in the humanities with particular focus on text analysis of historiographical corpora, the use of alternative digital tools for modeling the past and bringing together innovative ways of historical narration. His humanities background lies in medieval history and archeology.