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May 7-11, 2007
Monday, May 7
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
eArts and eHumanities - eScience technologies and methodologies in Arts and Humanities research (2/2)
Andreas Aschenbrenner (TextGrid), Stephen Beck (HASS-RG), Tobias Blanke (AHeSSC), Allison Clark (HASS-RG), Stuart Dunn (AHeSSC), Peter Gietz (TextGrid), Mark Hedges (AHDS)
The first session will be a Birds of a Feather session - presenting the work of TextGrid in Germany, the Arts and Humanities e-Science Initiative in the UK, and related projects in the US.
The second session will discuss how to cooperate better on emerging standards and tools for eHumanities and eArts.
The second session will try to answer some questions from the first session and will hopefully develop a further agenda of collaboration on tools and standards for e-Science in the Arts and Humanities.
Presentations from the first session continue with:
- Mark Hedges (AHDS) will report on the work being done on grid-enabling humanities data sets at the AHDS ((http://www.ahds.ac.uk).
- Sally-Jane Norman (Newcastle) will introduce her project Associated Motion Capture User Categories (http://www.ncl.ac.uk/culturelab/research/amuc.htm). In AMUC motion capture technologies and Grids are used to support performance arts
- Allison Clark (UIUC) will speak about the HASTAC project (http://www.hastac.org)
- Stephen Beck (LSU) will describe the work at the Center for Computation & Technology at LSU
The last part of this session will be a discussion about future collaborations for arts and humanities research at OGF.
Location: Charter Suite 1
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