2015

Keynote/invited lectures

Berg, Henk van den and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015.’Visualizing information flows in a Trusted Digital Repository’. TD1210 Workshop “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives”, and DARIAH MALTA launch. September 3-4, Valletta, Malta.

Cranenburgh, Andreas van. 2015. ‘An efficient and linguistically rich statistical parser’. April 16, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Dalen-Oskam, Karina van. 2015. ‘DH in Europe and beyond: a literary perspective’. 1st EADH day. UNED, LINHD, October 8, Madrid, Spain.

Christophe Guéret. 2015. ‘Downscaling the (Semantic) Web: Decentralized Linked Open Data for World Citizens’. (1.22.40), Second VU ICT4D symposium “Data for Development”. May 22, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Harris, Anna, Susan Kelly and Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Self-reported data in medical and social research’. Université de Lausanne. April 23.

Hicks, Jacqueline. 2015. ‘New Forms of Collaboration in the Digital Humanities’, Beyond the Digital Humanities, NeDiMAH (Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities), School of Advanced Study, Senate House, May 5, London, England.

Hicks, Jacqueline, ‘The Future of Digital Humanities’, Expert Panel, e-Humanities Day 2015. December 14, Netherlands eScience Center, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Janssen, Berit. 2015.Melodic factors of stability in oral transmission’. SMART Cognitive Science conference. March 27, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Jautze, Kim. 2015. Contribution to debate: ‘Thriller elements in literary novels. Literary ingredients in thrillers.’ Meeting of De Vereniging van Schrijvers en Vertalers en Het Genootschap van Nederlandstalige Misdaadauteurs. November 7, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Karsdorp, Folgert. 2015. ‘Python for Lunch’. Lunch Lecture Series. October 1, LUCL, Leiden University, The Netherlands.

Karsdorp, Folgert. 2015.(Panel member / discussant). CLIN25. February 5.

Koolen, Corina. 2015. ‘De genderfactor bij oordelen over literaire kwaliteit, een kwantitatieve aanpak’. PhD Newsroom Onderzoekschool Literatuurwetenschap. November 27, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Meder, Theo. 2015. ‘Digital Folktale Archives in Europe: Safeguarding Heritage, Joining Forces and Computational Research’. Symposium Believing in the Tradition Archive. March 3, University of Dublin, Ireland.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2015. ‘Drowning in information – the need of macroscopes for research funding’. At PLANNING, PREDICTION, SCENARIOS – Using Simulations and Maps – 2015 Annual EA Conference – 11–12 May, Bonn, Germany. (a TD1210 workshop)
http://www.slideshare.net/AndreaScharnhorst/drowning-in-information-the-need-of-macroscopes-for-research-funding

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2015. Participation in a Panel Discussion ‘What is the Future of Publishing?’
The 19th International Conference on Electronic Publishing. September 1-3, Malta (ElPub2015)

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2015. ‘Rare and emergent disciplines in the light of science studies’. COST Exploratory Workshop ‘Integrating the Stake of Rare Disciplines at the European Level”. September 9, http://www.slideshare.net/AndreaScharnhorst/rare-and-emergent-disciplines-in-the-light-of-science-studies

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2015. ‘Why do we need science maps – and can we actually make them?’ “Visualisation for Science” University of Warsaw Library, September 18, Warsaw, Poland.

Scharnhorst, Andrea, Richard Smiraglia, Christophe Guéret, Almila Akdag Salah. 2015. Knowledge maps for libraries and archives – uses and use cases’. International UDC Seminar ‘Classification & Authority Control: Expanding Resource Discovery’. October 29-30, National Library of Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Methods in STS’. Université de Lausanne. April 23.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Non-users still matter’. Farewell symposium for Nelly Oudshoorn. May 28,Twente, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Big data, no data. Challenges in the digital age’. FASoS Graduate School conference. June 5, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘A computational turn in the humanities?’ Digital Humanities Conference, Siberian Federal University. September 21-25.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. Invited workshop: ‘Talking about data: What is at stake with open access?’. Digital Humanities Conference. Siberian Federal University, September 21-25.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. Invited workshop: ‘Writing and presenting internationally’. Digital Humanities Conference. Siberian Federal University, September 21-25.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Digital Humanities in the Netherlands’. Netherlands eScience Center eHumanities Day. December 14, Lorentz Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Other presentations

Akdag Salah, Almila, Andrea Scharnhorst and Sally Wyatt. 2015. ‘Digital Humanities as a Virtual Community – Analysing an academic field through the lenses of Internet Science’. 2nd International Conference on Internet Science. May 27-29, Brussels, Belgium.

Ashkpour, Ashkan. 2015. ‘CEDAR: Aggregate Historical Dutch Census Data and Harmonization in RDF’. 40th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association. November 12-15, Baltimore MD, US.
Berg, Henk van den, and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015. ‘DANS and its users. Visualizing information flows in a Trusted Digital Repository’. Information Studies Colloquium. November 12. UCLA, Young Research Library Presentation room.

Hicks, Jacqueline, ‘Media Representations of Jokowi and Prabowo in the 2014 Election Campaign’. European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS). August 14, Vienna, Austria.

Hicks, Jacqueline. 2015. ‘Exploring Press Bias in Indonesia with Computational Techniques’.

International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS). July 8, Adelaide, Australia.

Janssen, Berit. 2015. ‘Gathering information from symbolic music data with music21’. MA Artificial Intelligence. Radboud University, February 23, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Janssen, Berit. 2015. ‘Stability in oral transmission of folk songs’. Grammar & Cognition. June 5, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Janssen, Berit. 2015. ‘Stabiliteit en variatie in Nederlandse volksliederen’. Zomerschool Europese talen en culturen. August 12, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Karsdorp, Folgert, Marten van der Meulen, Theo Meder and Antal van den Bosch. 2015. ‘Animacy Detection in Stories’. Sixth International Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative. May 26, Atlanta, GA, US.

Karsdorp, Folgert, Mike Kestemont, Christof Schöch and Antal van den Bosch. 2015. ‘The Love Equation: Computational Modeling of Romantic Relationships in French Classical Drama’. Sixth International Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative. May 26, Atlanta, GA, US.

Koopman, Rob, Shenghui Wang and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015. ‘Between information retrieval services and bibliometrics research – new ways of semantic browsing and visual analytics’. Sigmet Metrics Workshop, ASIST 2015. November 7, St. Louis, MO, US.

Kranenburg, Peter van. 2015. ‘Ondergronds’. Symposium Luid zingend op een ijsschots de zomer tegemoet. April 1, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Meder, Theo. 2015. Participation in a round table discussion on heritage and (digital) archives, March 3, University of Dublin, Ireland.

Noorman, Merel. 2015. ‘Negotiating the risks of making research data open’. Annual Society for Risk Analysis Europe Conference. June 12, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Reinanda, Ridho. 2015. ‘Mining, ranking and recommending entity aspects’. 38th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval. August 10, Santiago, Chile.

Reinanda, Ridho. 2015. ‘Mining, ranking and recommending entity aspects’. Dutch-Belgian Information Retrieval Conference. DIR 2015. November 24, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Riddell, A. and Dalen-Oskam, Karina van. 2015. ‘Reader roles and the literary field: analyzing the results of a large survey’. Expert Workshop on Topic Models and Corpus Analysis. December 14-15, ADAPT Centre Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.

Sangati, Federico and Andreas van Cranenburgh. 2015. ‘Multiword Expression Identification with Recurring Tree Fragments and Association Measures’. 11th Workshop on Multiword Expressions. June 4, Denver, CO, US.
Scagliola, Stef, Barbara Safradin, Almila Akdag Salah, Hendrik Smeer, Linda Reijnhoudt, Sally Wyatt, Andrea Scharnhorst. 2015. ‘Mapping Digital Humanities projects – A pilot of a DH project registry for The Netherlands’. DH Benelux. June 8-9, Antwerp, Belgium.

Swierstra, Tsjalling, Harro van Lente and Sally Wyatt. 2015. ‘Wat als alles is opgelost?’. Debate at Eureka! Festival. November 29, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (for non-academic audience)

Traag, Vincent A. 2015. ‘Social balance & structure in signed networks’. NetSci 2015. June 2, Zaragoza, Spain.

Traag, Vincent A. 2015. ‘Scale invariance in graph clustering’. Lorentz Workshop “Clusters, Games and Axioms”. June 22-26, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Working across sectors to create a Centre for Humanities and Technology’. Annual INKE gathering. January 27-28, Whistler, Canada.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Digital Humanities: New toys for the boys?’ DH Benelux. June 8-9, Antwerp, Belgium.

Wyatt, Sally. 2015. ‘Bringing users and non-users into being across methods and disciplines’. 4S conference. November 11-14, Denver, CO, US.

2014

Keynote/invited lectures

Ashkpour, Ashkan. The Harmonization of Historical Census data in CEDAR. Studiemiddag: “Digitalisering historische CBS-collectie “. November 11, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Ashkpour, Ashkan. The Harmonization of Historical Census data. Seminars of the section Economic, Social and Demographic History (ESDH Seminar).June 18, Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Ashkpour, Ashkan. The challenges and practices of harmonizing historical census data in CEDAR. PRELIDA Consolidation and Dissemination workshop. October 18, Riva Del Garda, Italy.

Cranenburgh, Andreas van. Text Mining and Stylometry. DH crash course. October 23, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Guéret, Christoph. Let’s build a world-wide Semantic Web, workshop “making it matter”, May 16, London, UK. http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/making-it-matter-may-16-remote

Guéret, Christoph. Let’s downscale the Semantic Web !, Sugar Camp #3, April13, Paris, France. http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/lets-downscale-the-semantic-web-april-13

Janssen, Berit. A Comparison of Similarity Measures for Musical Pattern Matching. Jazzomat Workshop. September 26, Weimar, Germany.

Karsdorp, Folgert. Advanced topics in humanities programming with Python. European Summer School in Digital Humanities “Culture & Technology”. July 22-August 1, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany.

Karsdorp, Folgert. Introduction and tutorial in humanities programming wth Python. DARIAH International Digital Humanities Summer School. August 17-30, Centre for Digital Humanities, Göttingen, Germany.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. Dutch Historical Censuses in RDF Data Cube. Studiemiddag: “Digitalisering historische CBS-collectie”. November 11, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. Semantic Web representations of historical statistics and classification systems. Seminars of the section Economic, Social and Demographic History (ESDH Seminar). June 18, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert.  CEDAR & PRELIDA. Preservation of Linked Socio-Historical Data. PRELIDA Consolidation and Dissemination workshop. October 18, Riva Del Garda, Italy.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. Member of the panel discussion, on Digital archive requirements for preserving Linked Socio-Historical data. PRELIDA Consolidation and Dissemination workshop.
October 18, Riva Del Garda, Italy.

Noorman, Merel.  Opening up the concept of Open Access to Research Data. Science, Technology and Society Research Cluster Seminar Series. November 25, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.

Noorman, Merel. The call for open access and what it means for STS. WTMC Spring Workshop. April 16, Ravenstein, The Netherlands.

Noorman, Merel. Next steps. RECODE workshop 3. March 14, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Noorman, Merel. Institutional support for open access to research data. RECODE workshop 4. July 1, Riga, Latvia.

Scharnhorst, Andrea, Albert Meroño-Peñuela, and Christoph Guéret.Baseline Statistics of Linked Statistical Data. Second Annual KnoweScape Conference. November 24-26, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Knowledge maps – new ways to navigate through large amount of data. Ringvorlesung “Perspektiven der Digitalen Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften“. November, University of Erlangen, Germany.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. The use of research information systems – from first impressions to thorough policy analysis. Ways of Seeing – A Multidisciplinary workshop on data visualization and analytics. April 23-25,Social Sciences Computing Hub (SSCH) and Complex Systems Research Centre (CORE), NUI Galway, Ireland. (http://knowescape.org/ways-of-seeing/

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Mapping social science and humanities. ESOF EuroScience Open Forum June 23, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Traag, Vincent. Discovering communities in networks. 2nd Annual Conference of KNOWeSCAPE, November 24, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Wyatt, Sally. Self-reported data in medical and social research. CCCT seminar. January 20, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. Controversies online: Selling genetic tests direct to consumers. January 27, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Wyatt, Sally. Reflections: Decades of Interdisciplinary Research about Digital Technologies and Society. Trans-Atlantic Platform for Social Sciences and Humanities. Launch Event. March 5-6, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. Invited discussant. ‘Assessing the socio-economic impacts and value of geospatial information’. George Washington University, October 28-29, Washington, DC., USA.

Wyatt, Sally. Invited panel presentation. ‘Dark data, disciplinary histories and future directions’, Workshop on: ‘Knowledge/ Value and Dark Data’. December 15-16, Exeter, UK.

Wyatt, Sally. Invited discussant. ‘What is data-intensive science?’ ERC workshop. December 17-19, Exeter, UK.

Other presentations

Ashkpour, Ashkan. CEDAR: Harmonization of Historical Dutch Census Data. European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC). April 26, Vienna, Austria. https://esshc.socialhistory.org/esshc-user/programme/2014?day=15&time=

Beek, W., R. Hoekstra, F. Maas, Albert Meroño-Peñuela, and I. Leemans. Linking the STCN and Performing Big Data Queries in the Humanities. DH Benelux. June 12-13, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Capadisli, S., Albert Meroño-Peñuela, S. Auer, and R. Riedl. Semantic Similarity and Correlation of Linked Statistical Data Analysis. 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Statistics (SemStats 2014). October 19, Riva del Garda, Italy.

Cranenburgh, Andreas van. Linear average time extraction of phrase-structure fragments. 24th Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN) conference. January 17, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Cranenburgh, Andreas van, Kim Jautze, Corina Koolen and Karina van Dalen-Oskam. Meetbare genrekenmerken (‘Measurable genre characteristics’). Achter de Verhalen 5. March 26-28, Brussels, Belgium.

Does, Jesse de, Maarten Marx and Karina van Dalen-Oskam. Named Entity Recognition and Resolution for Literary Studies. CLIN 2014, January 17, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Grijp, Louis. Multi–‐ethnicity in the Dutch King’s Song. International Ballad Conference. June 23-27. Pécs, Hungary.

Guéret, Christoph. Infrastractures for ICT4D,  ICT4D master course. VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Guéret, Christoph. Preserving and serving Linked Data. Work-lunch presentation DANS. The Hague, The Netherlands.

Hicks, Jacqueline. Let’s Just Ask: Ground-Truthing in the Elite Network Shifts Project. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference. March 30, Philadelphia, USA.

Hicks, Jacqueline and Vincent Traag. Uncovering Networks of Indonesian Elites Computationally. Southeast Asian Seminar KITLV. March 19, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Janssen, Berit, Peter van Kranenburg and Henkjan Honing. Harmonic Factors of Melodic Stability in Oral Transmission. Seventh International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology (SysMus). September 19, London, UK.

Karsdorp, Folgert, Peter van Kranenburg and Antal van den Bosch. There is no data like well-chosen data: Active Learning for humanities data annotation. DH Benelux. June 12-13, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Koolen, Corina, Kim Jautze and Andreas van Cranenburgh. The X-factor of Literature – The Riddle of Literary Quality Project. DH Benelux. June 12-13, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Koolen, Corina, Sander Wubben, and Andreas van Cranenburgh. Beautiful lips and porcelain cheeks: extracting physical descriptions from recent Dutch fiction. Digital Humanities 2014. July 11, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Kranenburg, Peter van. What to do with a Digitized Collection of Western Folk Song Melodies? Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. June 12, Istanbul, Turkey.

Kranenburg, Peter van. Stability and Variation in Indonesian-Dutch and Turkish-Dutch Qur’an reading. Symposium on Stability and Variation, Continuity and Change. June 26, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Meder, Theo. Parallels between music, speech and storytelling? Symposium on Stability and Variation, Continuity and Change. June 26, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. LSD Dimensions: Use and Reuse of Linked Statistical Data. 19th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW 2014). November 24-28, Linköping, Sweden.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour, and Christophe Guéret. From Flat Lists to Taxonomies : Bottom-up Concept Scheme Generation in Linked Statistical Data Bottom-up Construction of Concept Schemes. 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Statistics (SemStats 2014). October 18, Riva del Garda, Italy.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert and Ashkan Ashkpour. From Napoleon Conquests to the Big Brother Sabotage : Harmonization of the Dutch Historical Censuses in the Semantic Web. Digital Humanities Congress 2014. September 4-6, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert and Ashkan Ashkpour. Integrating Historical Census Data in the Semantic Web. Historical Network Research Conference. September 15-19, Ghent, Belgium.

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. From Flat Lists to Taxonomies : Bottom-up Concept Scheme Generation in Linked Statistical Data Bottom-up Construction of Concept Schemes. 2nd International Workshop on Semantic Statistics (SemStats 2014). October 19, Riva del Garda, Italy. http://semstats2014.wordpress.com

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert. What Is Linked Historical Data. 19th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW 2014). November 24-28, Linköping, Sweden.

Noorman, Merel and Sally Wyatt.  Who will take care of open research data? What will it entail, and what is at stake? EASST conference. September 17-19, Torun, Poland.

Reinanda, Ridho. Temporal Relation Extraction. Soos Talks, University of Amsterdam. February 2, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Reinanda, Ridho. Query Aspects for Search Result Diversification. WAI Meeting, VU University. February 24, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Reinanda, Ridho.  Towards Extracting a Semantic Network of Entities. DH Benelux. June 12-13, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Reinanda, Ridho. Semantic Search for the 1%. Search Engine Amsterdam. November 28, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Schiphof, Tjeerd and Karina van Dalen-Oskam. Digital Humanities research and intellectual property rights: the case of The riddle of literary quality. DH Benelux. June 12-13. The Hague, The Netherlands.

Traag, Vincent. Structure of a media co-occurrence network, Leiden South East Asia Seminar. February 21. KITLV, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Traag, Vincent. Community structure in complex networks. Feburary 21, Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. (http://slidesha.re/1pZrHJE)

Traag, Vincent. Structure of a media co-occurrence network. February 25, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Traag, Vincent. Structure of a media co-occurrence network. March 19, KITLV, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Traag, Vincent. Identifying elites in networks. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference. March 30. Philadelphia, USA.

Traag, Vincent. 2014. Introduction to Complex Networks. Semantic Web Research Retreat. April 11, Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands. (http://slidesha.re/1sMXid1)

Traag, Vincent.  Dynamics of Media Attention. ICCSA 2014. June 24, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (http://bit.ly/1xEzIEF).

Traag, Vincent. The structure of media attention. ECCS 2014. September 30, Lucca, Italy.(http://slidesha.re/1poyOEj)

Traag, Vincent. Modelling individual protest participation. Entre Nous. December 2. KITLV, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally and Claudia Egher. Is the internet a responsible innovation? The case of Alzheimer (self) diagnostics. Workshop on ‘Responsible innovation in a multiple world’. February 20-21, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. Bringing users and non-users into being across methods and disciplines. CHI 2014 workshop considering why we should study technology non-use. April 26, Toronto, Canada.

2013

Training and Curation as Service in a Federated Data Infrastructure – the FrontOffice BackOffice model

Dillo, Ingrid, Rene van Horik, Andrea Scharnhorst. Presentation at TPDL Conference. September 23-26, 2013, Valetta, Malta.
Presentation slides.

Mining Rules for Cadences in Dutch Folk-Song Melodies

Kranenburg, Peter van. Presentation at the 3rd International Conference Music and Technologies, November 15th, 2013, Kaunas. Lithuania,

On Computational Modeling in Ethnomusicological Research: Beyond the Tool

Kranenburg, van Peter. Presentation at the Third International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, June 6th, 2013, Amsterdam.

Seed+Expand: Aggregating the scientific output of the Netherlands, 2000-2010

Reijnhoudt, Linda, Rodrigo Costas, Ed Noyons, Katy Boerner, Andrea Scharnhorst. Presentation at 14th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference. July, 15-19, 2013, Vienna, Austria. Presentation slides.

Pro and con’s of visualization

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Keynote presentation at Mediating Justice Conference: The changing nature of presence in the era of ubiquitous technology. December 4, 2013, Delft, Netherlands.

Models and Maps of Science

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Keynote presentation at Workshop “Modelling epistemic and scientific groups: interdiscipinary perspectives”. November 15-26, 2013, Nancy, France. Presentation slides.

KnoweScape

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Keynote presentation at TPDL Conference. September 23-26, 2013, Valetta, Malta.
Presentation slides.

Introduction to KnoweScape

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Presentation at Research diversity workshop. September 2-3, 2013, Berlin, Germany.
Presentation slides.

Visualization – Digital Humanities – KnoweScape

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Invited lecture at final conference of the COST Action Woman’s Writing. June 28, 2013, The Hague, Netherlands.

Knowledge – dynamics – landscape – navigation – what have interfaces to digital libraries to do with physics?

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Invited lecture at Seminar at the ITM Lucca. May 28, 2013, Lucca, Italy. Presentation slides.

KnowEscape – physics and information sciences

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Invited lecture at Lorentz workshop “Econophysics and Networks Across Scales”. May 28, 2013, Leiden.
Presentation slides.

Walking through a library remotely

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Keynote presentation at Workshop Digital Humanities, University Lille III. April 12, 2013, Lille, France.
Presentation slides.

Genericity versus expressivity – reflections about the semantics of interoperable research information systems

Scharnhorst, Andrea, Frank van der Most, Christophe Gueret, Tamy Chambers (IU, Bloomington), Linda Reijnhoud. Keynote presentation at ACUMEN workshop, March 8, 2013, Copenhagen. Presentation slides

Measuring Science – Tracing the authors

Scharnhorst, Andrea. Presentation at VIVO Symposium hosted by DANS/eHumanities group – KNAW. January 18, 2013, Amsterdam. http://www.ehumanities.nl/vivo-symposium-january-18-2013/

Cross-domain knowledge discovery, complex systems theory and semantic web

Slavic, Aida, Christophe Gueret and Andrea Scharnhorst. Keynote presentattion at First Annual KnoweScape Conference. November 18-20, 2013, Espoo, Finland. Presentation slides.

UDC in Action

Smiraglia, Richard, Almila Akdag, Cheng Gao and Andrea Scharnhorst. Presentation at International UDC seminar “Classification & Visualization: interfaces to knowledge. October 24-25, 2013, The Hague, Netherlands.
Presentation slides.

The Internet as innovative diagnostic technology

Wyatt, Sally. Invited lecture. ESRC Seminar Series about The Role of Diagnosis in Health and Wellbeing. University of Exeter, 28 January 2013.

Turning to computers in the humanities

Wyatt,Sally. Invited lecture.  Memornet Summer School about ‘eHumanities, ePublishing and eUsers, Tampere, Finland, 3-4 June 2013.

Open Access: Open for whom, access to what?

Wyatt, Sally. Invited keynote lecture. ASIS&T (American Society for Information Science and Technology) European Workshop, Turku/Åbo, Finland, 5-6 June 2013.

A computational turn in the humanities?

Wyatt, Sally. Invited lecture.  Soeterbeeck eHumanities workshop, 13-14 June 2013.

The Internet as innovative diagnostic technology

Wyatt, Sally. Invited lecture. Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies (ECIS), Eindhoven University of Technology, 3 October 2013.

Digging as working: Invisible labour and big data collaborations

Wyatt, Sally. Invited keynote lecture. Digging into Data Challenge, 2013 Conference. Montreal, 12 October 2013.

Participatory dynamics for change: A social science perspective

Wyatt, Sally. Presentation during Opening Plenary Session. World Social Science Forum, Social Transformations and the Digital Age. Montreal, 13-15 October 2013.

E-Humanities’ or ‘Digital Humanities’: Is that the question?

Wyatt, Sally.  (with Loet Leydesdorff).  Presentation at workshop organized by eHumanities Group, KNAW about ‘Digital humanities: critical views and experiences’,  Amsterdam, 14-15 November 2013.

2012

Guéret,  Christophe. 2012. Embedding young learners into the information society , OCLC Den Haag, December 6.  http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/visit-to-oclc-december-6-2012

Christophe, Guéret, de Boer Victor, Bon Anna. 2012. “Decentralised Open Data for World Citizens“, Workshop on “Using Open data in policy modeling, citizen empowerment, data journalism” (PMOD)http://www.w3.org/2012/06/pmod/, June 2012.  The European Commission’s Albert Borschette Conference Center, Brussels, http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/decentralised-open-data-for-world-citizens

Guéret, Christophe, Stefan Schlobach, Florent Pigout. 2012.  International Workshop on Downscaling the Semantic Web (Downscale2012)

Guéret, Christophe,  Stefan Schlobach, Victor de Boer. 2012. “Tutorial on Linked Data for Development” at ISWC2012(LD4D)

Gueret, Christophe, Levallois Clement. 2012.  “Is Linked Data something for me ?”, eHumanities group KNAW, workshop, the Netherlands, November 22, 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/is-linked-data-something-for-me [dates]

Gueret, Christophe. 2012. “How to find and consume open data”, eHumanities group KNAW, research meeting, Meertens Institute, the Netherlands, March 8.  http://www.slideshare.net/cgueret/finding-and-consuming-linked-open-data

Meroño-Peñuela, Albert, Ashkan Ashkpour, Laurens Rietveld, Rinke Hoekstra. 2012. “Linked Humanities Data: The Next Frontier? A Case-study in Historical Census Data”. Presentation at the 2nd International Workshop on Linked Science 2012 (LISC2012), collocated with the 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2012), November 12th, 2012, Boston, MA, USA.

van der Most, Frank. 2012. Evaluation impact. A close look. CWTS seminar, Leiden. March 2.http://www.socialsciences.leiden.edu/cwts/news/cwts-seminar-20120302.html (accessed 21 September 2012).

van der Most, Frank. 2012. The impact of evaluations on the development of researchers’ careers in selected European countries. A conceptual frame and research strategy. How to track researchers’ careers conference. Luxembourg. February 9-10.

Passi, Samir. 2012. ‘Slide to Unlock?’ – Mobile convergence and collapsing contexts. Workshop on Internet Trust, Reputation, Identity and Privacy (TRIP), Lausanne. Switzerland (Best Presentation Award). December. Link to abstracthttp://www.internet-science.eu/trip-workshop-dec-2012/abstracts and presentation http://www.internet-science.eu/trip-workshop-dec-2012/presentations

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2012. Visual interfaces to collections. Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, UK, September 2012.

Smiljana Antonijević, Monica Bulger, Eric Meyer and Wyatt, Sally. 2012. Digital humanities in practice. Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, UK, September 2012.