Johanna Barzen is a postdoc at the University of Stuttgart and leads the Quantum Computing and Digital Humanities research area at the Institute of Architecture of Application Systems (IAAS). Currently she is also a visiting scientist at the Business Informatics Group bridging the research areas model-driven development and digital humanities. Her research lies in the intersection of computer science, media science, digital humanities, and quantum computing. Thereby, she applies pattern languages, data analytics, and machine learning. From 2012 on she is working on digital humanities projects and developed the MUSE method along with a supporting tool chain to identify costume pattern languages in films. Her interdisciplinary approach of combining research on digital humanities with the potentials of quantum computing coined the term Quantum Humanities. Ongoing research on (quantum) machine learning is currently determining the potentials of quantum approaches in contrast to classical approaches.