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Visual approaches to cultural heritage

CERL Seminar at the ETH-Bibliothek, Zürich, Wednesday 14 March 2018.



08.30 Registration and Coffee

Welcome and Opening Remarks
09.00-09.15 Andreas Kirstein, Deputy Director, ETH Library and Kristian Jensen, Chairman, CERL

09.15-09.30 Stefan Wiederkehr (Head of Collections and Archives, ETH Library, Zurich): Introduction

Panel 1: Access to sources
09.30-10.15 Meda Diana Hotea (ETH Library, Zurich): ETH Library’s visual and map-based access to selected digital information resources

10.15-11.00 William O. Duba/Maria Widmer (University of Fribourg): e-codices and Fragmentarium. Building for and building upon the interoperability paradigm

11.00-11.30 Coffee

11.30-12.15 Claudia Fabian (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich): Image-based Similarity Search at Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

12.15-13.00 Hans Brandhorst/Etienne Posthumus (Brill, Leiden): Arkyves – a serendipity engine

13.00-14.30 Lunch

Panel 2: Visualisation of research results
14.30-15.15 Matthias Bixler (University of Zurich): Connecting the Dots. The Use of Visualisations in Historical Network Research

15.15-16.00 Matilde Malaspina/Cristina Dondi (15cBOOKTRADE, Oxford and CERL): Tracking and visualising the circulation of books and of illustrations: 15cV and 15cILLUSTRATION

16.00-16.30 Coffee

16.30-17.15 Frédéric Kaplan (EPF Lausanne): Why Europe should build a Time Machine

17.15-18.00 Anna Neovesky (Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz): Visual Approaches to the Presentation and Analysis of Text Corpora: Case Studies on Digital Collections of Medieval and Early Modern Sources.

19.30 Dinner (for those who have registered their attendance)

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