Conference Agenda

Session Overview
 
Date: Tuesday, 17/Mar/2020
9:00am
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5:50pm
Workshop: Parallel Corpora as Digital Resources and Their Applications
Location: Hall B
Organized by Natalia Perkova (Stockholm University / Uppsala University), Dmitri Sitchinava (Institute of the Russian language / Higher School of Economics)
9:20am
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5:20pm
Tutorial: An Introduction to Computer Vision for Working with Maps
Location: Maps Reading Room (Level 6)
Organized by Daniel van Strien (Living with Machines, British Library), Katie McDonough (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Kaspar Beelen (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Kasra Hosseini (Living with Machines, The Alan Turing Institute), Amy Krause (Living with Machines, The University of Edinburgh)
Tutorial: Hands-On Research Data Management for Digital Humanities
Location: Library Science Reading Room (Level 8)
Organized by Annika Rockenberger (University of Oslo Library) and Philipp Conzett (UiT The Arctic University)
9:30am
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5:40pm
Workshop: TwinTalks 2. Understanding and Facilitating Collaboration in DH
Location: Hall D
Organized by Steven Krauwer (CLARIN ERIC / Utrecht University), Darja Fišer (CLARIN ERIC / University of Ljubljana)
12:00pm
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5:00pm
Workshop and discussion: Digital Approaches to Endangered Language Communities: A Nordic Perspective
Location: Livonian Institute (University of Lavia)
The workshop and discussion organized by the Livonian Institute of the University of Latvia. Time and place: 12.00–17.00, 17 March 2020 at the UL Livonian Institute (Kronvalda bulvāris 4 – 220). More: http://www.livones.net/lili/en/notikumi/pasakumi/
1:20pm
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5:50pm
Workshop: Higher Education Programs in Digital Humanities and Social Sciences: Challenges and Perspectives
Location: Hall C
Organized by Koraljka Golub (Linnaeus University), Isto Huvila (Uppsala University), Olle Skold (Uppsala University), Nuno Otero (Linnaues University), Marianne Ping Huang (Aarhus University), Mikko Tolonen (University of Helsinki)
1:30pm
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5:00pm
Workshop: Intellectual History and the Digital Humanities: Prospects and Challenges
Location: Hall A
Organized by Benjamin Martin (Uppsala University), Mark Hill (Helsinki University)