Nielbo, K.L. (2011). "Tid, betydning og ritual dynamik." Religionsvidenskabeligt Tidsskrift. 56, pp. 85-97.
- B.A., Study of Religion, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, 2006
- M.A., Study of Religion, Aarhus University, Dept. of the Study of Religion, 2010
- Ph.D, School of Culture and Society, Aarhus University, 2012
- 2017-: Associate Professor of Humanities Computing, Dept. of History, University of Southern Denmark
- 2015-17: Associate Professor, School of Culture & Society, Aarhus University
- 2012-15: Postdoc, joint position between IMC, Aarhus University, and CERC, University of British Columbia
- 2017- : University of Southern Denmarks eScience Committee (@ Abacus 2.0)
- 2016-2019: Advisory Board for the Simulating Religion Project
- 2016-2017: AU Arts’ representative in AU eScience committee
- 2015-2017: Administrator of Digital Text Laboratory, Aarhus University
- 2015-2017: Head of Digital Arts Initiative, Aarhus University
- 2014- : WP Member of Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH)
- 2017: Instructor in Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry
- 2016: Fellow at Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, University of California Los Angeles, USA
- 2015: Visiting researcher at University of British Columbia, Asian Centre, Canada
- 2014: Visiting researcher at Tel-Aviv University, Dept. of Zoology, Israel
- 2014: NIH training in Protecting Human Research Participants, Aarhus University
- 2014: Cascades inside our Data (scaling relations and multifractality), Aarhus University
- 2013: R Intro for Mixed Models, Aarhus University
- 2013: Implementation of Recurrence Quantification Analysis on Real-World Data of All Kinds,Aarhus University
- 2012: Teachers Training Programme, Aarhus University
- 2012: Agent-based Simulation of Human Behavior, University of Copenhagen
- 2011: Sequence Alignment Methods Inspired by Dynamical Systems, Aarhus University
- 2010: Visiting researcher at Washington University Saint Louis, Dept. of Psychology, USA
- 2010: Advanced Quantitative Methods, University of Copenhagen
- 2008: Calculus 1-2, Aarhus University, Dept. of Mathematical Science, Aarhus University
- 2006: Cognitive Semiotics, Aarhus University, Center of Semiotics, Denmark
- Markup (LaTeX, Markdown)
- Script (MATLAB, Python, R, basic Shell Scripting)
- Tools (Atom, Git, RapidMiner)
Grants and Awards
- 2017: Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation: Semantic Disruptions in Public Discourse, DKK 100,000, (main applicant).
- 2017: Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education: Calculus of Culture, DKK 275,000, (main applicant).
- 2016-19: Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education: Unearned Wealth - A Literary History of Inheritance (1600-2015), 5,870,000 DKK, (co-applicant).
- 2016: Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles.
- 2015: Aarhus University Strategical Funding for Education, DKK 30,000, (main applicant).
- 2015: Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF): Digital Text Laboratory, DKK 60,000, (main applicant).
- 2015-17: The Andrew Mellon Foundation: Mapping Literary Influences, DKK 270,000, (co-applicant).
- 2014-15: Interacting Minds Centre, Seed Funding: Timing is of essence, DKK 65,000, (main applicant).
- 2012-15: The Evolution of Religion and Morality: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), DKK 18,400,000, (supported by).
- 2012: Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) PhD to Postdoc Transition Scholarship for Talented PhDs, DKK 75,000.
- 2010: Danish Ministry of Science’s Elite Researcher (EliteForsk) Stipend, DKK 300,000.
- 2008-12: Full PhD Scholarship, DKK 1,600,000.
Nielbo, K.L., & Sørensen, J. (2011). "Spontaneous processing of functional and nonfunctional action sequences." Religion, Brain & Behavior. 1(1), pp. 18-30.
Nielbo, K.L., Braxton, D.M., & Upal, A. (2012). "Computing religion: A new tool in the multilevel analysis of religion." Method & Theory in the Study of Religion. 24(3), pp. 267-290.
Schjodt, U., Sørensen, J., Nielbo, K. L., Xygalatas, D., Mitkidis, P., & Bulbulia, J. (2013). "Cognitive resource depletion in religious interactions." Religion, Brain & Behavior. 3(1), pp. 39-86.
The resource model and the principle of predictive coding: A framework for analyzing proximate effects of ritual
Schjodt, U., Sørensen, J., Nielbo, K. L., Xygalatas, D., Mitkidis, P., & Bulbulia, J. (2013). "The resource model and the principle of predictive coding: A framework for analyzing proximate effects of ritual." Religion, Brain & Behavior. 3(1), pp. 79-86.
Nielbo, K.L., Schjoedt, U. & Sørensen, J. (2013). "Hierarchical Organization of Segmentation in Non-Functional Action Sequences." Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion. 1(1).
Mitkidis, Panagiotis; Sørensen, Jesper; Nielbo, Kristoffer L; Andersen, Marc; Lienard, Pierre (2013). "Collective-goal ascription increases cooperation in humans; PloS one. 5(8), e64776.
Prediction Error During Functional and Non-Functional Action Sequences: A Computational Exploration of Ritual and Ritualized Event Processing
Nielbo, K.L. & Sørensen, J. (2013). "Prediction Error During Functional and Non-Functional Action Sequences: A Computational Exploration of Ritual and Ritualized Event Processing." Journal of Cognition and Culture. 13.
Andersen, M. N., Schjødt, U., Nielbo, K. L., & Sørensen, J. (2014). "Mystical experience in the lab." Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 26(3), 217-245.
Mitkidis, P., Liénard, P., Nielbo, K. L., & Sørensen, J. (2014). "Does Goal-Demotion Enhance Cooperation?" Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, Journal of Cognition and Culture 14(3-4), 263-272.
Attentional resource allocation and cultural modulation in a computational model of ritualized behavior
Nielbo, K.L. & Sørensen, J. (2016). "Attentional resource allocation and cultural modulation in a computational model of ritualized behavior." Religion, Brain and Behavior. 6(4).
Structural differences among individuals, genders and generations as the key for ritual transmission, stereotypy and flexibility
Nielbo, K. L., Fux, M., Mort, J., Zamir, R., & Eilam, D. (2017). " Structural differences among individuals, genders and generations as the key for ritual transmission, stereotypy and flexibility." Behaviour, 154(1), 93-114.
Baunvig, I. K. F. & Nielbo, K. L., 2017, " Kan man validere et selvopgør?" Textkritik som analysmetod: bidra till en konferens anordnad av Nordiskt Nätverk för Editionsfilologer 2-4 oktober 2015. Svenska Vitterhetssamfundet (Stockholm), s. 45-67 (Nordisk Netværk for Editionsfilologer. Skrifter, Bind 12).
Modeling the Contested Relationship between Analects, Mencius, and Xunzi: Preliminary Evidence from a Machine-Learning Approach
Nichols, R., Slingerland, E., Nielbo, K., Bergeton, U., Logan, C., & Kleinman, S. (2018). "Modeling the Contested Relationship between Analects, Mencius, and Xunzi: Preliminary Evidence from a Machine-Learning Approach." The Journal of Asian Studies, 77(1), 19-57.
Edward Slingerland, Ryan Nichols, Kristoffer Neilbo, Carson Logan; "The Distant Reading of Religious Texts: A “Big Data” Approach to Mind-Body Concepts in Early China." Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Volume 85, Issue 4, 30 December 2017, Pages 985–1016.
Nielbo, K. L.; Nichols, R.; Slingerland, E. (2018) "Mining the Past : Data-Intensive Knowledge Discovery in the Study of Historical Textual Traditions." Journal of Cognitive Historiography 3(1-2), pp. 93-118.
Andersen, M., Nielbo, K. L., Schjoedt, U., Pfeiffer, T., Roepstorff, A., & Sørensen, J. (2018). "Predictive minds in Ouija board sessions." Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences.
Anja Bechmann & Kristoffer L. Nielbo (2018): " Are We Exposed to the Same News in the News Feed?" Digital Journalism, DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2018.1510741
Kristoffer L Nielbo, Katrine F Baunvig, Bin Liu, Jianbo Gao (2018). "A curious case of entropic decay: Persistent complexity in textual cultural heritage." Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, fqy054
Kristoffer L Nielbo (2019): " Mind the Text: Traces of Mental States in Unstructured Historical Data." in (Klostergaard, A. et al eds.) Evolution, Cognition, and the History of Religion: A New Synthesis. Brill. pp. 239-251.
Sørensen, J. & Nielbo, K. L. (2019): " How do humans process ritualized actions?" in (Slone, J. & McCorkle, W. (eds.)) The Cognitive Science of Religion: A Methodological Introduction to Key Empirical Studies. Bloomsbury Academic.
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talk at Centre for Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA), Växjö, Sverige
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Some Thoughts on Computational Narratology - Dynamic Evolution and Compositional Change in Literature
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