[open-humanities] Centre for e-Research seminars
anna.ashton at kcl.ac.uk
Mon Oct 3 14:32:15 UTC 2011
*With apologies for cross-posting*
Please see below forthcoming seminars run by the Centre for e-Research. All take place in the Anatomy Theatre & Museum, King's College London (for directions see http://atm.kcl.ac.uk/location) and are followed by drinks. All welcome.
Wednesday 5 October 18:00
'Digital Humanities Centers and the New Humanities'
Neil Fraistat, University of Maryland
Tuesday 11 October 18:15
'Webometric Analyses of Social Web Texts: Case Studies Twitter and YouTube'
Mike Thelwall, University of Wolverhampton
Tuesday 25 October 18:15
'BBC Genome Project'
Andy O’Dwyer, BBC Research
Tuesday 8 November 18:15
'Watching the Detectives: Using digital forensic techniques to investigate the digital persona'
Gareth Knight, King’s College London
Tuesday 22 November 18:15
'Documenting and Exploring Material Surface Features with Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)'
Kathryn Piquette, UCL
Tuesday 6 December, 18:15
'The Ocropodium Project: Evaluating open-source tools for historical OCR'
Mike Bryant, King’s College London
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