New collaborations between information technology and the humanities

panel / roundtable
  1. 1. David Robey

    Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)

  2. 2. Stuart Dunn

    King's College London

  3. 3. Dino Buzzetti

    Università di Bologna (University of Bologna)

  4. 4. Laszlo Hunyadi

    Debreceni Egyetem (University of Debrecen) (Lajos Kossuth University)

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e-Science in the UK and elsewhere stands for a broad agenda
as important for the humanities as it is for the natural sciences:
to extend the application of advanced information technologies
to develop new kinds of research across the whole range of
academic disciplines, particularly through the use of internetbased resources. The aim of this session is to introduce some
recent UK developments in this area, side by side with related
developments in other parts of Europe.
• David Robey: Introduction
• Stuart Dunn: e-Science developments in the UK: temporal
mapping and location-aware web technologies for the
• Laszlo Hunyadi: Virtual Research Organizations for the
Humanities in Europe: technological challenges, needs and
• Dino Buzzetti: Interfacing Biological and Textual studies in
an e-Science Environment

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Conference Info


ADHO - 2008

Hosted at University of Oulu

Oulu, Finland

June 25, 2008 - June 29, 2008

135 works by 231 authors indexed

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Series: ADHO (3)

Organizers: ADHO

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  • Language: English
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