Asil Çetin


(+43 1) 51581 – 2215


... is a software developer at the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage and responsible for the development and design of software solutions in the context of research infrastructure initiatives such as CLARIN, DARIAH, PARTHENOS, the go!digital and the HRSM projects.

As the coordinator of the frontend development task force at the ACDH-CH, his responsibilites involve planning, consulting, design, development and project management in various research projects, especially in areas related to human-computer interaction and visual data analysis.

He graduated from the University of Vienna with a master's degree in Computer Science, and he currently takes on teaching responsibilities for the Visual Data Analysis Research Group at the Computer Science Faculty of the University of Vienna.

Before joining the ACDH-CH, he worked on various client, agency and corporate projects involving frontend, backend and mobile development.

His fields of expertise include:

  • information management technologies
  • web and mobile application development
  • user experience design and human-computer interaction
  • visual data analysis and data science