12/04/2017

ACDH contributes @ DHA2017

With more than 10 lectures, workshops, panels, and posters the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH-OeAW) makes a significant contribution to the programme of the 4th Digital Humanities Austria conference (dha2017) in Innsbruck.

The 4th Digital Humanities Austria conference, organised in cooperation with DARIAH, CLARIN and Digital Humanities Austria, will take place at the University of Innsbruck from December 4th to December 6th, 2017. Under the motto "Data First!" this year's conference puts the focus on (half)-automatized data production and its quality, analysis, interpretation and visualization, an area that is gaining importance throughout the humanities.


The conference fosters the exchange of experiences between humanities scholars, employees of libraries, archives, as well as computer and data scientists. More information can be found on the following website https://www.uibk.ac.at/congress/dha2017/.

Numerous researchers from the ACDH are presenting their work at the dha2017 conference. See a list of their contributions below:


Kollaboratives Zeitunglesen und -annotieren: Das Wien[n]erische Diarium als Fallbeispiel
Claudia Resch, Daniel Schopper, Dario Kampkaspar, Günter Mühlberger
(
Monday, 4th December 2017, 16:30–17:00 Uhr, Aula, Session Crowds)


A puzzle in 4D’: integrating and archiving the resources of a long-term excavation project
Edeltraud Aspöck, Gerald Hiebel, Peter Andorfer, Matej Durco
(
Monday, 4th December 2017, 17:00–17:30 Uhr, Senatsitzungssaal, Session Archaeology)


Using deep learning to explore movement of people in a large corpus of biographies
Matthias Schlögl, Katalin Lejtovicz, Ágoston Zénó Bernád, Maximilian Kaiser, Peter Rumpolt
(Tuesday, 5th December 2017, 10:30–11:00 Uhr, SenatsitzungssaalSession Visualization)


Netzwerkanalyse mit mehrseitigen ägäischen Siegeln
Martina Trognitz
(
Tuesday, 5th December 2017,11:00–11:30 Uhr, Senatsitzungssaal, Session Visualization)


Das Digitale Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner und das Kodierungsverfahren MEI (Music Encoding Initiative)
Clemens Gubsch, Desiree Mayer, Marek Cupák

(
Tuesday, 5th December 2017,11:30–12:00 Uhr, Aula, Session Music)


Aufbau einer digitalen Infrastruktur für Theaterwissenschaft
Klaus Illmayer
(
Tuesday, 5th December 2017,13:30–14:00 Uhr, Aula, Session Misc)


Poster
The Catalogue of Digital Editions: A web application to browse, curate and analyse digital editions
Greta Franzini, Ksenia Zaytseva, Peter Andorfer
(
Tuesday, 5th December 2017,14:00–17:00 Uhr, Aula, Poster Session)


A 3D-Modell as Means to Store Written and Pictorial Historical Sources for Further Research
Julia Forster, Christoph Hoffmann, Richard Kurdiovsky, Elmar Schmidinger, Andreas Voigt, Herbert Wittine, Gabriel Wurzer
(Tuesday, 5th December 2017,13:00–13:30 Uhr, Senatsitzungssaal, Session 3D)


Archiving with Quality - implementing a certified digital archive
Martina Trognitz, Matej Durco
(Tuesday, 5th December 2017,18:00–18:30 Uhr, Aula, Session Archiving)


Panel: DH Lehre
Tara Andrews, Oliver Grau, Walter Scholger, Georg Vogeler, Tanja Wissik
(Wednesday, 6th December 2017,09:30–10:00 Uhr, Senatsitzungssaal, Panel Teaching)


From paper slips via TUSTEP to TEI – creating a lexicographic information system from the WBÖ database
Jack T. Bowers, Philipp Stöckle
(Wednesday, 6th December 2017,10:00–10:30 Uhr, AulaSession Region)


Open Access, Open Source, Open Science
Vanessa Hannesschläger, Pawel Kamocki, Walter Scholger
(Wednesday, 6th December 2017,11:30–12:00 Uhr, LernzentrumWorkshop Open Access)