• Badamdorj, Taivanbat, Adiel Ben-Shalom, and Nachum Dershowitz, “Matching and Searching the Dead Sea Scrolls”, February 2019, Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering in Israel (ICSEE), December 2018, Eilat, Israel.
  • Brown-deVost, Bronson, Commentary and Authority in Mesopotamia and Qumran, JAJsupp 20, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht: Göttingen, 2019.
  • Perrot, Antony, “Identification d’un fragment en paléo-hébreu (4Q124) et d’un fragment en écriture cryptique B (4Q362) de la PAM 43.697,” RevQ 31.2 (2019).
  • Ratzon, Eshbal, New Data for the Reconstruction of a Copy of the Wisdom Composition 4QInstruction (4Q418a). Meghillot 14 (2019): 25-38. [Hebrew]





  • Ben-Dov, Jonathan, Scripta Qumranica Electronica: Dead Sea Scrolls Aggregated Database and Virtual Research Environment: Jonathan Ben-Dov, University of Haifa, click for powerpoint.
    • Scripta Qumranica Electronica: Minerva 2016.
    • Material Reconstruction Workshop, Göttingen 22.5.2017–24.5.2017 (Many SQE members took part, and SQE was a large focus of the workshop).
    • Ben-Dov, Jonathan, Eshbal Ratzon, and Asaf Gayer, “Digital Reconstructions of Dead Sea Scrolls: The Methodolgy and its future prospects”, Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Seminar, Oxford University (October, 2018).
    • Ben-Dov, Jonathan, Eshbal Ratzon, Asaf Gayer, and Anna Shirav, “Digital Edition of 4QInstruction”, The Dead Sea Scrolls and Digital Scholarly Editions, Scripta Qumranica Electronica Project, University of Haifa (October 2018).
  • Brown-deVost, Bronson, Manusciences 2017 (Sept 10–15, 2017), Poster Presentation.
    • “Digitale Editionen von fragmentarischen Handschriften: Das Projekt Scripta Qumranica Electronica”, 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag, Jena, 20.9.2017.
    • Digital Exploration of the Dead Sea Scrolls with Scripta Qumranica Electronica, The Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship: A Public Conference, Online, 18.5.2020.
    • “In and Between the Lines of 1 Samuel 2:11–18,” International SBL, Berlin, 11.8.2017.
    • “Let’s Read the Vulgate,” Annual SBL, 20.11.2016.
    • “Das Projekt “Scripta Qumranica Electronica”: Texte, Bilder, und Datenbank”, 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag, Jena, 18.9.2017.
    • “Reading 4Q51 through Scripta Qumranica Electronica,” Annual SBL, 25.11.2019.
    • “Scripta Qumranica Electronica: An Introductory Preview,” International SBL, 2017.
    • “Scripta Qumranica Electronica and the (Hu)man Behind the Curtain,” Human – Machine Cooperation in Archaeology, Epigraphy and Ancient History, Ariel University, 19.2.2020.
  • Derschowitz, Nachum, “New Methods for Analyzing Dead Sea Scrolls Images”, French-Israel Symposium (and Launch of the 2018 Maimonide Call for Joint French-Israeli Research) on Digital Humanities, Jerusalem, Israel, February 28, 2017.
    • “Analyzing Manuscripts”, Summer School of Digital Humanities, Heidelberg, Germany, September 25, 2017.
    • “Qumran Letter Restoration by Rotation and Reflection Modified PixelCNN”, 14th IAPR International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), Kyoto, Japan, November 13, 2017.
    • “Relating Articles Textually and Visually”, Poster, 14th IAPR International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), Kyoto, Japan, November 13, 2017.
    • “Qumranica Project”, Scripta Qumranica Electronica meeting, Society of Biblical Literature, Boston, MA, November 19, 2017.
    • “Text, Object, Person”, Workshop on Text-Object-Person (TOP), U. Heidelberg, June 27, 2018.
    • “AI for Humanities”, AI Day, Tel Aviv University, January 6, 2019.
    • “Computational Manuscriptology”, Computer Science Colloquium, Hebrew University, May 6, 2019.
    • “Artificial Intelligence in the Service of Jewish Studies”, Inauguration of the Check Point Building, Tel Aviv University, May 16, 2019.
    • “AI and Historical Manuscripts”, The Second Medicine-Humanities Colloquium, Tel Aviv University, May 28, 2019.
  • Ratzon, Eshbal, “Methodology and Practice in Editing Digital Editiona for the Dead Sea Scrolls: The Case of 4QInstruction”, Bible Department Seminar. Bar Ilan (February, 2019).
    • Ratzon, Eshbal, and Nachum Dershowitz, “Can We Determine the Length of a Scroll from Scattered Fragments?”, The International Organization for Qumran Studies Meeting 2019, Aberdeen (August, 2019).