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lefferts [Sponsors]
services:seminars:cvinbookhistory [2019/04/16 11:33] (current)
lefferts [Programme]
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 Giles Bergel of the Visual Geometry Group, University of Oxford,\\ Giles Bergel of the Visual Geometry Group, University of Oxford,\\
 Etienne Postumus of Brill Publishers, Leiden Amsterdam,​\\ Etienne Postumus of Brill Publishers, Leiden Amsterdam,​\\
-Lotte Wilms of the KBLab at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, ​The Hague and\\+Lotte Wilms of the KBLab at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, ​the National Library of the Netherlands,​\\ 
 +Marieke van Delft, Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands ​and\\
 Marian Lefferts of CERL, The Hague\\ Marian Lefferts of CERL, The Hague\\
  
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   * Lise Stork (Leiden University),​ Semi-automated semantic annotation of natural history archival collections. ​   * Lise Stork (Leiden University),​ Semi-automated semantic annotation of natural history archival collections. ​
   * Cristina Dondi and Matilde Malaspina (15cBOOKTRADE,​ Oxford), Tracking the movement of 15th-century books and illustration with 15cVISUALISATION and 15cILLUSTRATION  ​   * Cristina Dondi and Matilde Malaspina (15cBOOKTRADE,​ Oxford), Tracking the movement of 15th-century books and illustration with 15cVISUALISATION and 15cILLUSTRATION  ​
-  * Marieke van Delft, Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands on the CERL Provenance Digital Archive +  * Marieke van Delft, Koninklijke Bibliotheek,​ the National Library of the Netherlands ​and Etienne Postumus of Brill Publishers, Leiden Amsterdam, ​on the CERL Provenance Digital Archive ​(see https://​www.arkyves.org/​r/​section/​him_CERLPDA/​) 
-  * Thomas Smits, Radboud University, Nijmegen, ​and Melvin WeversKNAW Humanities Cluster, on using neural networks ​to study historical images+  * Thomas Smits, Radboud University, Nijmegen, ​Advertising Gender. Using Computer Vision to trace Gender Displays in Historical Advertisements (see also https://​academic.oup.com/​dsh/​advance-article/​doi/​10.1093/​llc/​fqy085/​5296356) 
 +  * Heleen WilbrinkEgyptologist and owner of social enterprise Aincient, on Computer Vision ​to support cross searching collections with materials from Ancient Egypt (see also https://​cleo.aincient.org/​pages/​en/​ai/​)
  
 15.00-16.00 Keynote: Dr Cornelis van Lit (Utrecht University),​ '​Getting Ready for the CV Revolution.'​\\ 15.00-16.00 Keynote: Dr Cornelis van Lit (Utrecht University),​ '​Getting Ready for the CV Revolution.'​\\
 (Eric van Lit is also known as the [[https://​digitalorientalist.com/​about-cornelis-van-lit/​|the Digital Orientalist]]).\\ (Eric van Lit is also known as the [[https://​digitalorientalist.com/​about-cornelis-van-lit/​|the Digital Orientalist]]).\\
 +A video registration of the key note is available [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=iOEJ2Z_iurM&​feature=youtu.be|here]].
  
 16.00- 16.30 Break\\ 16.00- 16.30 Break\\
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-This event is free, but we ask that you [[https://​www.eventbrite.com/​e/​practical-computer-vision-for-book-history-tickets-55065576622. |register]] ​ before 1 March 2019+This event is free, and now fully booked
  
  
-You can register for the whole day, only the morning workshop (maximum number of participants is 25), or the afternoon programme with lightning talks, key note presentation and discussion (max. 50). +<del>You can register for the whole day, only the morning workshop (maximum number of participants is 25), or the afternoon programme with lightning talks, key note presentation and discussion (max. 50). 
  
-If you wish to attend the morning workshop we ask you to explain in one or two sentences why it would be important for you and your research to attend. If we receive more than 25 registrations,​ we will select participants on the basis of the reasons you gave.+If you wish to attend the morning workshop we ask you to explain in one or two sentences why it would be important for you and your research to attend. If we receive more than 25 registrations,​ we will select participants on the basis of the reasons you gave.</​del>​
  
 No prior knowledge of computer vision is required. Participants should bring their own laptop, ideally one on which they have installed Docker in advance (see instructions for Mac, Windows or Linux in the section ‘Docker Version’ at http://​www.robots.ox.ac.uk/​~vgg/​software/​vic/​). The workshop can, however, be followed without installing Docker. No prior knowledge of computer vision is required. Participants should bring their own laptop, ideally one on which they have installed Docker in advance (see instructions for Mac, Windows or Linux in the section ‘Docker Version’ at http://​www.robots.ox.ac.uk/​~vgg/​software/​vic/​). The workshop can, however, be followed without installing Docker.
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