Guido Koller is working in the Historical Analysis Services of the Swiss Federal Archives.
Guido Koller is a Senior Historian, working in the Historical Analysis Services of the Swiss Federal Archives. Originally researching on European relations to South Asia with Ceylon (Sri Lanka) as a focus, since the 1990s he specialized on the History of World War Two. He is particularly known for his research on Swiss refugee policy and participates in the discussion about the new Digital History. Administrative history is one focus of Guido Koller in the Federal Archives. His new book deals with the digital history.
Sebastian Schüpbach was project collaborator at the Swiss Federal Archives and now works as scientific collaborator in the project linked.swissbib.ch.
Sebastian Schüpbach studied General History, Philosophy, Social and Economic History and Sociology at the University of Zurich from 2004 to 2012. He wrote his master thesis on the "Gotthardbund", a political pressure group in Switzerland during the Second World War. He practiced as intern and project staff in various public archives and libraries, most recently in the Historical Analysis Services of the Swiss Federal Archives. There he has been engaged in (semi-)automated analysis of digitized documents and participated in research projects on the history of the federal administration. Since March 2015 he is employed in the project linked.swissbib.ch where he is responsible for the design and development of infrastructure for the conversion of bibliographic records into a linked data framework. His research interests include digital history and history of modern computing, social and intellectual history of conservatism and proletarian movements in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and the administrative history of modern times. He is also concerned with Semantic Web technologies and search engines, methods of text and data mining, information retrieval and machine learning.