Marten Düring holds a PhD in contemporary history and enjoys working in interdisciplinary environments. A lot of his work has to do with memory, network analysis and text analysis. Previously he held positions as Phd Student, Postdoc and Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities Essen, the universties of Mainz, Nijmegen, Chapel Hill and the CVCE Luxembourg. He is now part of the University of Luxembourg and leads the NetVisA project on network analysis in history and amongst other things a work package in the ANR/FNR-funded project BLIZAAR (Hybrid Visualization of Dynamic Multilayer Graphs) together with partners from LIST Luxembourg, LaBRI (Bordeaux) and EISTI (Pau/Paris).