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lefferts [Workshop: Computer Vision in Print Studies]
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lefferts [Programme]
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-====== Workshop: Computer Vision in Print Studies ​======+====== Workshop: Computer Vision in Book History ​======
  
 **27 March 2019\\ **27 March 2019\\
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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 Arkyves / Brill Publishers, 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 Hague and\\
 Marian Lefferts of CERL, The Hague\\ Marian Lefferts of CERL, The Hague\\
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 ===== Programme ===== ===== Programme =====
  
-9:30-10:00 Introduction\\+10am Welcome\\
  
-10:00 - 11:30 Lightening talks\\ +10.10 IntroductionGiles Bergel (Visual Geometry Group, Oxford)\\
-11:30 - 12:30 Key note speaker\\+
  
-Lunch\\+10.30-13.00 Hands on workshop on tools developed by the VGG Oxford : Giles Bergel and Etienne Posthumus (Brill)\\
  
-13:30 - 15:00 Hands-on Workshop\\ +13.00-14.00 Lunch\\ 
-Break\\ + 
-15:45 - 17:00 Discussion+14.00-15.00 Lightning talks (e.g. CV at the Plantin Moretus, the 15cBOOKTRADE project, in the KB Lab, in the CERL Provenance Digital Archive etc.)\\ 
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 +15.00-16.00 Keynote: Cornelis van Lit (Utrecht University),​ [[https://​digitalorientalist.com/​about-cornelis-van-lit/|the Digital Orientalist]]\\ 
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 +16.00- 16.30 Break\\ 
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 +16.30-17.00 Discussion\\ 
  
 ==== Registration ==== ==== Registration ====
-The maximum number of participants in 30. 
  
-Registration ​is free, but we ask you to send you registration to secretariat@cerl.org before 1 March 2019. In your message ​you must include ​one or two sentences ​to explain ​why you would like to attend ​the workshop. If we receive more than 30 registrations,​ we will invite those participants ​that require Computer Vision skills for their academic work.+ 
 +This event is free, but we ask that you register at https://www.eventbrite.nl/​e/​tickets-computer-vision-in-print-studies-54862161201?​aff=ebdssbdestsearch ​before 1 March 2019.  
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 +You can register for the whole day, only the morning workshop (maximum number of participants is 30), or the afternoon programme with lightening talks, key note presentation and discussion.  
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 +If you wish to attend the 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 30 registrations,​ we will select ​participants ​on the basis of the reasons you gave. 
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 +==== Sponsors ==== 
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 +{{:​services:​seminars:​logo_koninklijke_bibliotheek_wordmark.svg.png?​200|KB The Hague}} 
 +{{:​services:​seminars:​cerl_logo2013_darkblue_rgb_big_600dpi.png?​250|CERL}}\\ 
  
  
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