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Thematic workshops 

Thematic workshop 2018: DESIR 

The first thematic workshop was organised in 2018. It targetted the launch of the project DESIR - DARIAH ERIC Sustainability Refined. This project, financed by the European Commission in line with Horizon 2020, was meant to strongly promote the positioning of DARIAH within the SSH. The workshop took place at the University of Neuchâtel on 29-30th November 2018. The head of the organisation was Prof. Matthieu Honegger, with the collaboration of Simon Gabay (currently at the University of Geneva). 

Programme (see also PDF)

Please, find the recordings of the sessions below (Part 1 and Part 2) 

Session 1: Thinking the Development of Digital Humanities in Switzerland, Chairman, Matthieu Honegger

1. Mauro Moruzzi, Ambassador, State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (Part 1, Min. 05:17)
2. Kilian Stoffel, Rector of the University of Neuchâtel, president of the Programme P5, Shared Infrastructures for Open Science (Part 1, Min. 38:48)

3. Beat Immenhauser, Deputy Secretary-General of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences​

Swiss research infrastructures in the Humanities - development, challenges, and the contribution of the SAHSS (Part 1, Min. 01: 15: 47)​
4. Laurent Romary, Inria & DARIAH, Going digital - the role of an infrastructure (Part 1, Min. 01: 33: 50)

Session 2: Research Practice in Digital Humanities, Chairman: Gerhard Lauer

5. Anne Baillot, University Le Mans, Recreating Philology. Text in the Digital Humanities (Part 1, Min. 02: 01: 42)
6. Frédéric Kaplan, Digital Humanities Laboratory, EPFL, Time Machine Flagship and DARIAH​ (Part 1, Min. 02: 17: 11)

Session 3: Support to the development of Digital Humanities in the Academic Institutions, Chairman: Pierre-Alain Mariaux, Dean of the Faculty of Literature and Human sciences, UniNE

7. Patrick Furrer, Director of the Programme P5, Program "Scientific Information": participative services for the digital humanities (Part 2, Min. 01: 10)

8. Hugues Cazeaux, Information System Division, UNIGE, Modular framework for digital humanity projects (Part 2, Min. 29: 37)
9. Roberta Padlina, UNIBAS, National Infrastructure for Editions (Part 2, Min. 51: 12)

Session 4: Strategies of Data Management and Archiving, Chairwoman: Laure Ognois

10. Lionel Perini, Swiss National Science Foundation​​, ​SNSF Data Management Plans (Part 2, Min. 01: 23: 33)
11. Marco Pagni and Claire Clivaz, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Data lifecycle and knowledge evolution from a Bioinformatics perspective (Part 2, Min. 01: 49: 17)
12. Lukas Rosenthaler, University of Basel, Data and Service Center for the Humanities (DaSCH) (Part 2, Min. 02: 21: 13)
13. Nicolas Larrousse, Huma-Num, Paris, Preservation and dissemination of research data at Huma-Num,the French infrastructure for SSH (Part 2, Min. 02: 37: 55)

Session 5Digital Humanities, Society and Economy, Chairwoman: Claire Clivaz

14. Franciska de Jong, University Utrecht, CLARIN – Infrastructural support for the study of language as social and cultural data, (Part 2, Min. 03: 07: 42)
15. Volker Dellwo and Gerold Schneider, University of Zurich, Identity in Speech and Text Analysis​ (Part 2, Min. 03: 37: 10)

Discussion and conclusion, Laurent Romary, Inria & DARIAH (Part 2, Min. 04: 17: 22)

 

Recordings:

Part 1                                                                 Part 2

Slam Session - Posters of the current projects in the Swiss Academic Institutions

1. Absorbed in Goodreads. A computational approach for the study of online social reading, Simone Rebora (University of Göttingen), Piroska Lendvai (University of Göttingen), Moniek Kuijpers (University of Basel)
2. Do we digitize the right thing? – Data Analytics for a digitization road map, Elias Kreyenbühl Jonas Waeber (Universitätsbibliothek Basel)
3. Local Research Data Services in a Network, Beat Mattmann, Iris Lindenmann, Silke Bellanger (Universitätsbibliothek Basel)
4. Distant Reading for European Literary History, Berenike Herrmann (University of Basel), Simon Gabay (University of Neuchâtel)
5. Towards Textual Studies’ High Tide? Studying Research Epistemologies in Digital Humanities after the Machine Learning Turn, Berenike Herrmann, Thomas Messerli (University of Basel), Daniel Knuchel, Noah Bubenhofer (Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften)
6. histHub – Increase interoperability by linking and standardizing historical data, Alban Frei (Consortium Historicum)
7. The Scholar Index: a Citation Index for the Arts and Humanities, Giovanni Colavizza (EPFL, The Alan Turing Institute), Matteo Romanello (EPFL)
8. impresso​ – Media Monitoring of the Past – Mining 200 years of historical newspapers, Maud Ehrmann (EPFL), Matteo Romanello (EPFL)​, Frédéric Kaplan  (EPFL)​, Marten Düring (University of Luxembourg)​​, Estelle Bunout (University of Luxembourg), Daniele Guido (University of Luxembourg)​, Paul Schroeder (University of Luxembourg)​, Thijs van Beek (University of Luxembourg)​, Andreas Fickers (University of Luxembourg), Simon Clematide (University of Zurich), Phillip Ströbel (University of Zurich)​, Martin Volk (University of Zurich)
9. Topic Modelling and explorative search, Moritz Mähr (ETH Zurich), Henrike Hoffmann (ETH Zurich), Daniela Zetti (ETH Zurich)

10. Typademic, collaborative academic publishing, Moritz Mähr (ETH Zurich)
11. ERC AdG Locus  Ludi – Integrating databases for understanding play and games in Antiquity, Véronique Dasen (University of Fribourg)

12. Digital Statius : the Achilleid, Damien Nelis (University of Geneva), Valéry Berlincourt (University of Geneva), Lavinia Galli Milić (University of Geneva), Jean-Philippe Goldman (University of Geneva) 
13. A database for Ancient Egyptian stone inscriptions, Julie Stauder (University of Geneva)

14. Gustave Roud, « Œuvres complètes ». Digital Scholarly Editions and Semantic Web TechnologiesDaniel Maggetti (University of Lausanne), Claire Jaquier (University of Neuchâtel), Elena Spadini (University of Lausanne), Marion Rivoal (University of Lausanne), Loïc Jaouen (University of Lausanne), Julien Burri (University of Lausanne), Alessio Christen (University of Lausanne), Raphaëlle Lacord (University of Lausanne), Bruno Pellegrino (University of Lausanne)

15. Towards the Formalization of Metadata Network Analysis in History: a Complex and Multidimensional Case StudyMartin Grandjean (University of Lausanne)

16. Digital Critical Edition of Apocryphal Literature: Tools and Methodology,Violeta Seretan, Frédéric Amsler, Patrick Andrist, Cecilia Antonelli, Caroline Macé, Maïeul Rouquette (University of Lausanne)  
17. Voting on Faith. Understanding the Swiss Reformation through Digital Humanities, Marc Aberle (University of Neuchâtel/FNS), Olivier Christin (University of Neuchâtel/PSL) Fabrice Flückiger (University of Neuchâtel/FNS/PSL) Vincent Alamercery (University of Lyon) Francesco Beretta (CNRS/University of Lyon) Bernard Hours (University of Lyon)
18. ONLAAH: Online learning on African Archaeology & Heritage. A platform for students on African ArchaeologyMatthieu Honegger (University of Neuchâtel), Sofia Fonseca (DAI/Algarve University), Jörg Linstädter (DAI), Nuno Bicho (Algarve University), Jonathan Haws (University of Louisville)
19. E-ditiones, 17th c. French sources, Simon Gabay, Mohan Halgrain (University of Neuchâtel)
20. Mark 16 as a test-case for a new research model in digitized Humanities, Claire Clivaz, Martial Sankar (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics) 
21. Collection of Swiss Law Sources online, Adrien Wyssbrod (University of St. Gall Swiss Lawyers Society)
22. The Libro de Apolonio. A Digital Critical Edition, Madlaina Brugger (University of Zurich)
23. AIS, reloaded: Dialectology and digital humanities: fieldworks 100 years later, Giulia Donzelli, Stefano Negrinelli (University of Zurich) 
24. Credit Suisse Bulletin Corpus: The world’s oldest banking magazine as a gold mine for applications in Digital HumanitiesGerold Schneider, Anastassia Shaitarova, Martin Volk (University of Zurich)

Thematic workshop 2019

The second thematic workshop was organsed in 2019. Its theme was Sharing the experience: worksflows for the Digital Humanities. As the 2018 workshop, the 2019 one was oraganised in collaboration with DARIAH and the H2020-funded project DESIR.  The workshop took place at the University of Neuchâtel on 5-6 December 2019. The head of the organisation was Simon Gabay (currently at the University of Geneva) and Sara Schulthess (SIB). The University of Neuchâtel has published under its responsibility workshop papers on DARIAH CAMPUS

 

Fore more information about the workshop, read here

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