Announcing Digital Antiquity Research Showcase at ISAW
ISAW Library and Digital Programs is excited to announce the program for the upcoming Linked Ancient World Data Initiative New York (LAWDNY) event "Digital Antiquity Research Showcase 2017" on Friday, April 14.
Lineup (schedule TBD):
- Tom Elliott, Extending the Scholarly Graph: Current Work in Linked Open Data and Digital Archiving for ISAW People, Places, Things, and Publications
- Sebastian Heath, Semantic Reasoning in an Archaeological Context
- Gabriel Mckee, Mapping Library Metadata Using Pleiades
- Patrick J. Burns, Backoff Tagging as a Philological Method
- Rachel Herschman, Animating Ancient Sundials for ISAW's Time and Cosmos Exhibition
- Peter van Alfen, Assembling Numismatic Data Online: Concepts, Collections, Hoards, and Statistics
- Emily Frank & Chantal Stein, Integrating Multi-Spectral Imaging, RTI, and Photogrammetry for Archaeological Objects
Space is limited, but a few spots remain. Please RSVP at http://bit.ly/lawdny-spring-2017-rsvp as soon as you can if you would like to attend. If you have any questions about the event, please email Patrick J. Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.