In the field of humanities research, the expansion and use of research infrastructure is experiencing a boom.
Much of this new infrastructure takes the form of technology platforms. Such platforms enable all researchers to access cutting-edge expertise independent of their field of research and technology knowledge.
The event "Data Technologies for the Humanities" will focus on those technology platforms that are particularly suitable for research in the humanities.
In order to gain a practical insight, ongoing projects will be presented by platform users.
For more details, download the Eventflyer Data Technologies for the Humanities (PDF, 162 KB)
Pleas register befor September 21st
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Welcome by Prof. Dr. Katharina Michaelowa, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Science
Intro by Dr. Thomas Trüb: What are technology platforms and how to use them.
|Rooms||Plenary hall (SOC-E-010)||Schrödinger Room||Digital Library Space|
|4:45pm-5:00pm||Z-Pool-Tool - the new UZH subject management system by Andreas Saurer
|"Sammlung Digital". Publishing Collections and Archives as Linked Oped Data by Severin Rüegg
|How the neural representation of numbers steers financial decision-making by Dr. Gilles de Hollander
|5:15pm-5:30pm||Phonetic and perceptual analyses of talker variability and identification by Leah Bradshaw, M.Sc.
PARES/ Prototyping Workflows for Digital Editions by Irina Matti, M.Sc.
|Imag(in)ing spectroscopy for human-nature interactions by Prof. Dr. Maria J. Santos
|5:45pm-6:00pm||Aligning Vision and Language in Embodied AI Tasks by Jason Armitage, M.Sc.
|Experiences of the Swiss Federal Archives with automated metadata anonymization by Dr. Stefan Nellen
|"Bilder der Schweiz Online". Research and Collection Data for Art History and the Digital Humanities by Dr. Florian Kräutli