On 21st April, Peter Murray-Rust is giving a one hour talk in Lille titled “Issues in electronic theses and open research data”.
Original page is in French – G****e Translate version below.
Events> Seminar 3 (April 21, 2015): Mastering the technology to enhance data
“The research data in digital humanities”
Day April 21, 2015: “Mastering the technology to enhance the data”
Location: MESHS (Room 2), 2 rue des Canonniers, 59000 Lille
Under the digital effect, PhD research practices, and more generally of researchers, have evolved in recent years, especially in the humanities and social sciences. The development of new approaches to the collection and analysis of data produced as part of the research (digital recording interviews, multimedia observations, capture digital traces, including logs, online questionnaires, scan and corpus processing ever bulky …) led to the production of large amounts of digital data to be recorded, stored, processed and enhanced.
The third day of the seminar aims to present a number of technological resources to manipulate research data taking into account the requirements and constraints specific to SHS: markup and structuring data for perennial recording, corpus analysis, mapping … be treated with all specialists throughout the day in order to meet the expectations of doctoral students.
Coordination: Stéphane Chaudiron, Professor of CIS laboratory director GERIICO
- 9:00: Home
- 9:45 Introduction by Stéphane Chaudiron
- 10:00: Invited conference:
- Peter Murray-Rust (Open Knowledge Foundation, Cambridge), “Issues in electronic theses and open research data”
- 11:00: Invited conference:
- Charles Huot (TEMIS CEO, President GFII), “The Big data of technologies for research”
- 12: 00-14: 00: Meals
2:00 p.m.: Lab: Moderator: Eric Kergosien
- Kees Waterman (Senior Datamanager, Data Archiving and Networked Services, The Hague), “Research data management, data archiving and dissemination and the roles of a Trustworthy Digital Repository (TDR): The case of IN”
- Mathieu Roche (CIRAD, TETIS and LIRMM): “Digging textual data from research: approaches and new challenges”
- Maria Severo (GERIICO, University of Lille 3) how to map the data search
- 4:30 p.m.: End of the day