[Humanist] 31.197 events: multimedia benchmarking; preservation & archiving; past networks

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Sat Jul 22 09:22:31 CEST 2017

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 197.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Tom Brughmans <tom.brughmans at yahoo.com>                   (37)
        Subject: The Connected Past: registration open

  [2]   From:    Natalie Harrower <N.Harrower at ria.ie>                      (33)
        Subject: PASIG conference, Oxford, 11 - 13 September 2017

  [3]   From:    CLEF2017 <CLEF2017 at conferencepartners.com>                (20)
        Subject: benchmarking for multimedia

        Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:10:00 +0000 (UTC)
        From: Tom Brughmans <tom.brughmans at yahoo.com>
        Subject: The Connected Past: registration open

Registration is open for 'The Connected Past 2017: The future of past networks?'.

More information on the conference website: http://connectedpast.net/

What? a multi-disciplinary conference on network research for the study of the human past
When? 24-25 August 2017
Where? Bournemouth, UK

Registration price: £35

Full Programme: http://connectedpast.net/other-events/bournemouth-2017/conference-programme/
Registration link: http://connectedpast.net/other-events/bournemouth-2017/registration/

Everyone is welcome to join discussions on a wide range of topics in a friendly and constructive atmosphere.

Overarching methodological topics to be addressed include:   

   - networks of individuals   
   - temporal change in networks   
   - networks and geographical space   
   - categorisation   
   - material similarity   
   - research design   
   - transport networks

Individual papers will cover a wide range of topics in archaeology, history, classics, physics, geography and computer science:   

   - medieval witness networks   
   - papyri networks   
   - networks of medieval heresy   
   - machine time
   - the world bank in Colombia
   - urban networks
   - ideology
   - cityscape movement
   - movement along the Roman frontiers
   - neolithisation
   - Iron Age elites
   - Neolithic material networks
   - ceramics and political economies
   - agent-based modelling
   - protohistoric transportation networks
   - Greco-Roman festivals
   - shipwrecks and maritime networks

We look forward to welcoming you in Bournemouth!

        Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 14:00:12 +0000
        From: Natalie Harrower <N.Harrower at ria.ie>
        Subject: PASIG conference, Oxford, 11 - 13 September 2017

Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group
PASIG 2017

Dear colleagues,

A reminder that registration for this year’s PASIG conference in Oxford, UK (11 – 13 September 2017) is now open. Early bird tickets are £150 (until 18 August). Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/conferences-events/bodleian-libraries/bodleian-library-events/pasig-2017-oxford-conference

Conference sessions include:

  *   Digital preservation in the wider organisational context: Beyond the academic library
  *   Preservation at the edge
  *   Use/re-use of preserved content
  *   Training and support: Equipping the organisation for digital preservation
  *   Technical approaches to adding preservation capabilities
  *   Technology trends: Storage, complex content, systems
  *   Digital preservation implications of the current political, legal and environmental landscape
  *   Future of preservation theory and practice

Just some of the exciting conference talks include:
"EOSC pilot of preservation in the cloud" Jamie Shiers, CERN

"Developing and applying principles for discovery and access for the UK Data Service" Katherine McNeill, UK Data Archive

"Digital cinema asset preservation" Mathieu Giannecchini, Ymagis

"Sharing my loss to protect your data. A story of unexpected data loss and how to do real preservation." Eduardo del Valle, University of the Balearic Islands

"I’m not really technical, but…" Stephanie Taylor, CoSector, University of London

"Preservation storage criteria" Sibyl Schaefer, UCSD

For a full updated list of speakers and topics, please visit: https://pasigoxford.org/

We are also offering day only tickets to the Bootcamp Day (11 September) for £75. The Bootcamp Day is an opportunity to learn the basics of digital preservation from practitioners. This day is run in partnership with the Digital Preservation Coalition. http://www.dpconline.org

We look forward to seeing you there!

Natalie Harrower,
on behalf of the PASIG Steering Committee

This event is being hosted and organised by Bodleian Libraries and the Digital Preservation at Oxford and Cambridge (DPOC) team. PASIG is made possible by the generous contributions of our sponsors: Arkivum, Digital Preservation Network, Jisc, Libnova, Oracle, Preservica, ResourceSpace

Dr. Natalie Harrower | Director, Digital Repository of Ireland
Royal Irish Academy | 19 Dawson St. Dublin 2
n.harrower at ria.ie<mailto:n.harrower at ria.ie> | @natalieharrower | @dri_ireland | www.dri.ie<http://www.dri.ie>

        Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 15:10:00 +0000
        From: CLEF2017 <CLEF2017 at conferencepartners.com>
        Subject: benchmarking for multimedia

MediaEval Benchmarking Initiative for Multimedia Evaluation
CLEF2017/MediaEval 2017
11-15 September
Trinity College Dublin

Today is the deadline for Early registration

Registration now open for CLEF2017/MediaEval 2017!
View this email in your browser (http://mailchi.mp/1c6a9986696b/deadline-for-early-registration?e=19d728e33c)

CLEF 2017 and MediaEval 2017 will be hosted by the ADAPT Centre
and take place in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
from 11th-15th September 2017.

Today is the deadline for Early Registration!
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We can't wait to see you in September!
CLEF2017/MediaEval 2017 Team


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