Stylianos Chronopoulos (PhD University of Freiburg) is Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Philology at the University of Freiburg. His research focus on comedy, ancient philological tradition, lexicography and digital humanities. In his monograph, Spott in Drama. Dramatische Funktionen der persönlichen Verspottung in Aristophanes’ “Wespen” und “Frieden” he studies the dramatic functions of personal ridicule in the Aristophanic comedy and proposes the use of personal ridicule as an interpretation key for the Wasps and Peace. Currently he is studying Pollux’ onomasiological dictionary and preparing a digitization of the last print edition of this work in the framework of Open Greek and Latin Project. During his CHS fellowship he will work on that project focusing especially on the modeling of Pollux’ dictionary.