ENCODE Project Conference “Bridging the Gap with Linked Open Data”

In the second ENCODE Project Conference experts will share their experience on Linked Open Data, its implementation within and out of the academic world.

Illuminated Ethiopic Manuscript, kindly supplied by Ethio- SPaRe, EU 7th Framework Programme, ERC Starting Grant 240720, PI Denis Nosnitsin, 2009-2015, <http://www1.uni-hamburg.de/ethiostudies/ETHIOSPARE>.
  • Data: 25 MAY 2021  dalle 14:00 alle 18:00

  • Luogo: Universität Hamburg

  • Tipo: Multiplier events

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ENCODE Project Conference “Bridging the Gap with Linked Open Data”

25th May 2021, 14.00–18.00 (CET)

 

In the second ENCODE Project Conference experts will share their experience on Linked Open Data, its implementation within and out of the academic world.

Date and Time: 25th May 2021, 14.00–18.00 (CET)

Type: Open conference

Place: Zoom

Organiser: Daria Elagina (Universität Hamburg)

Host: Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies, Universität Hamburg

Guest Speakers: David Michelson (Vanderbilt University), Jonathan Prag (University of Oxford), Matteo Romanello (Université de Lausanne), James Walters (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library)

Preliminary Conference Programme:

Tuesday, 25 May 2021,  14.00–18.00 CET

14.00 Welcome, Daria Elagina (Universität Hamburg)

14.10 ENCODE and the Modelling of Vocabulary of Digital Competences, Daria Elagina (Universität Hamburg)

14.40 Building a LOD Knowledge Base of Classical Authors and Works, Matteo Romanello (Université de Lausanne)

15.10 Virtual Coffee Break

15.20 LOD and Digital Epigraphy, Jonathan Prag (University of Oxford)

15.50 Linked Open Text Encoding: Serializing LOD from Syriac Datasets in TEI XML, David Michelson (Vanderbilt University), James Walters (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library)

16.20 Virtual Coffee Break

16.30 Round Table Using LOD for Cultural Heritage within and out of the Academic World

Chair: Tom Gheldof (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Participants: Federico Aurora (Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslo), Alessandro Mosca (Libera Università di Bolzano), Elton Barker (The Open University), Nathan Gibson (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)