Fischnaller, Andreas, M.A.
Born 18 November 1986 in Gräfelfing
2011–2014 PhD student at the Institute for Nordic Philology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic languages (RuneS).
2006–2010 academic studies in Nordic Philology, German as a Foreign Language, Finno-Ugric Philology and Pedagogy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich; 2008 Erasmus exchange programme (Nordiska språk) at the University of Lund (Sweden); 2009–2011 scholarship from the Max Weber-Programm; 2010 M.A. degree at the University of Munich.
Klaus Johann Myrvoll
Klaus Johann Myrvoll, Dr. phil. from the University of Oslo, gained his PhD in 2015 with a dissertation on the chronology of Skaldic poetry (Kronologi i skaldekvæde. Distribusjon av metriske og språklege drag i høve til tradisjonell datering og attribuering). In 2016, he carried out graphemic studies regarding the manuscript runes and wrote up a study about the Runica manuscripta for the module "Graphemics" as a commissioned work for the research unit Göttingen.
Oehrl, Sigmund, Dr. phil
Born: 1979 in Kassel
2010–2017 project researcher in the Academy project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).
Academic studies in Archaeology, German and Nordic Philology at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. M.A. degree in November 2004. Teaching assignment at the „Seminar für Ur- und Frühgeschichte“ at the University of Göttingen. 2006–2008: Ph.D. scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. PhD degree October 2008. 2009-2011 Postdoc scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. From April to August 2013 DAAD-scholar at Riksantikvarieämbetet, Visby and Statens Historiska Museet, Stockholm.
Since October 2009 teaching assistant at the UDL Göttingen.
2014-2017 doctoral candidate at Munich University with a thesis on the topic "Frisian Runes (Edition)" in the Academy project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).
Degree course in English and Romance Languages at Munich University and the Royal Holloway University of London with a special focus on English historical linguistics and mediaeval literature. M.A. degree in June 2013 with a thesis on the Bavarian Runica Manuscripta.
Lecturer at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (winter term 2014/15) und Munich University (summer term 2015–summer term 2016).
Main research interests:
Runes (Old English and Old Frisian), the archaeology of the Dutch coastal regions in the Early Middle Ages.
Born: 13 March 1986
04-09/2017 substitute for PD Dr. Kerstin Kazzazi and project researcher in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).
2011-2016 study of English, History and Education for teaching purposes at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in English and History in January 2015 on the Baconsthorpe pageholder/pageturner and the Gandersheim Casket and first state exam for teachers at grammar schools in April 2016.
02/2014-03/2017 Research assistant in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS); 04/2015-07/2015 Tutorial for Old English under the direction of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoffmann; 10/2014-02/2015 Tutorial for phonetics and phonology under the direction of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoffmann.