Wolfgang Haeberle (programming)
Wolfgang Haeberle is experienced professional developer of programs for web based internet applications. Over the last 6 years, Wolfgang has provided a variety of customers with commercial as well as other applications for internet transactions. These applications focus not only on sales scenarios but also on interactions for marketing and communication purposes. For the German software development company SAP he supports intranet portals as well as a global Wiki platform for knowledge management.
Matthias Arnold (conception and coordination)
Matthias studied East Asian Art History, Classical Chinese and Art History at Heidelberg University. His M.A. theses included a CD-ROM on the tomb of King Zhao Mo of Nan Yue, supervised by Lothar Ledderose. He was co-manager of the IT department at the Center of East Asian Studies, Heidelberg University and manager of the European Center for Digital Resources in Chinese Studies, Chinaresource.org. In addition, he was collaborator in the project "Buddhist Stone Scriptures in Shandong" at the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Since 2008 he heads the Visual Resources team of the Heidelberg Research Architecture (HRA), the Digital Humanities unit at the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context", University of Heidelberg.