DM2E final event: Registration and agenda

Enabling humanities research in the Linked Open Web – DM2E final event

Since the project start in February 2012, the partners in the DM2E project have been working on building the tools and communities to enable humanities researchers to work with manuscripts in the Linked Open Web. Before the project closes, in February 2015, we organise a final event to show and demonstrate the progress that has been achieved as well as to inspire future research in the area of Linked Open Data.

The day will include a keynote talk by Sally Chambers (DARIAH-EU / Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities) on future sustainable digital services for humanities research communities in Europe, presentations and demonstrations of the final DM2E results from all work packages as well as talks by the winners of the second round of the Open Humanities Awards on the results of their projects.

Attendance is free but places are limited: join us to find out more about the DM2E final results!

DM2ElogoDate and time: Thursday 11 December 2014, 10:00 – 17:00

Location: Polo Tecnologico di Navacchio – Auditorium Incubatore, Via Giuntini 13, 56023  Navacchio (Pisa), Italy

Programme: the full agenda is also available for download here

10.00 Welcome and short introduction to DM2E (Violeta Trkulja – Humboldt University)
10:20 Keynote : Beyond DM2E: towards sustainable digital services for humanities research communities in Europe?
(Sally Chambers – DARIAH-EU, Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities)
10:50 Europeana and the relevance of the DM2E results (Antoine Isaac – Europeana)
11:10 Coffee break
11:40 DM2E Content (Doron Goldfarb – ONB Austrian National Library)
12:10 Open Humanities Awards Open track: Early Modern European Peace Treaties Online (Michael Piotrowski – IEG Leibniz Institute of European History)
12:30 DM2E Interoperability infrastructure (Kai Eckert – University of Mannheim)
13:00 Lunch break
14.00 Open Humanities Awards Open track: SEA CHANGE (Rainer Simon – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology)
14:20 DM2E Digital Humanities research and engineering (with talks by Christian Morbidoni – Università Politecnica delle Marche / Net7, Steffen Hennicke – Humboldt Universität and Alessio Piccioli – Net7)
15:10 Open Humanities Awards DM2E track: finderapp WITTfind (Maximilian Hadersbeck – LMU University of Munich
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 DM2E Community building (Lieke Ploeger – Open Knowledge)
16:30 Closing words followed by drinks reception


Attendance is free but places are limited: please sign up through Eventbrite in case you plan to attend.


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