[Lod] proposal for LOD-DH
isto.huvila at abm.uu.se
Fri Mar 7 09:33:33 CET 2014
The discussion and the idea of putting up a COST network sounds really interesting. I am working on archaeological information management, working both on doing research om the premises and evaluation of infrastructures and development of infrastructures themselves currently in the context of Swedish Research Council funded project ARKDIS, and could definitely think about different ways of contributing to this emerging constellation. I am also working in Finland at the Åbo Akademi University Business School so I guess I could bring in network even from there.
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On 5 mar 2014, at 18:56, Colin Greenstreet <colin.greenstreet at googlemail.com<mailto:colin.greenstreet at googlemail.com>> wrote:
I strongly support Dr Kai Eckert and Professor Andrew Hugill in their offers of collaboration in developing a DH network and bidding for funding.
Kai observed very accurately that there is a "general pattern in bringing together content providers, computer scientists/computational linguists and humanities scholars to improve access to resources, extract linked data and information/knowledge, finally develop applications/aggregations/visualisations on top of it in order to support scholars in answering new research questions."
Frankly, historians, and indeed archives and libraries, have not been that astute in creating sustainable digital humanities resources with vibrant user communities. Lots or porject bids, lots of funded projects, far fewer sustainable useful resources with communities of scholars and public users whop support the resources.
I do communities, as well as having a strong interest in technology and content.
I'm probably the odd one out in this email chain - Harvard Business School, former consultant (McKinsey, Booz.Allen), former pharmaceutical executive (R&D strategy director at GlaxoWellcome), and serial entrepreneur. This time I'm out to create something of social, educational and intellectual merit around C17th English Admiralty Court records. In addition to developing a European institutional and volunteer network (which potentially could extend to the University of Utrecht, the University of Ancona, and the University of St. Andrews), I am developing an institutional and volunteer network in North America, with ongoing discussions at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC) and the University of Pennsylvania.
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On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 5:22 PM, Andrew Hugill <a.hugill at bathspa.ac.uk<mailto:a.hugill at bathspa.ac.uk>> wrote:
You can count me in too, if that helps. Details about my Centre for Creative Computing here.
On 5 March 2014 16:03, Kai Eckert <kai at informatik.uni-mannheim.de<mailto:kai at informatik.uni-mannheim.de>> wrote:
I would like to join as well. I am currently in the process of
establishing a network of DH researchers around the MarineLives corpus,
together with Colin Greenstreet . MarineLives is also associated
partner in the EC funded DM2E project  where we develop LOD based
applications for the digital humanities. Around MarineLives alone, we
are currently in contact with people from UK, DE, CH, and IT. Colin is
the main hub in this network and can probably name further institutions
in further EU countries that would qualify at least as interested
parties in such an action.
The DM2E project is funded until January 2015 and in my opinion provides
a formidable basis for further collaboration beyond the lifetime of the
current project, which would certainly benefit from COST support.
(Associated) Partners are besides the countries above from GR, AT, NO,
IL, BG, BE, and US (not qualified in this case, I assume).
This afternoon, I had an interesting call with Andrew Hugill from Bath
Spa University who is also involved with the MarineLives network and
interested in further collaboration in Digital Humanities.
I see a general pattern in bringing together content providers, computer
scientists/computational linguists and humanities scholars to improve
access to resources, extract linked data and information/knowlegde,
finally develop applications/aggregations/visualisations on top of it in
order to support scholars in answering new research questions.
I don't know much about COST actions and requirements for funding, but
if you think this fits, I would be glad to contribute. The timing is
unfortunately very bad for me as I am currently hardly available, but on
the otherhand, not so much seems to be needed for a first proposal. Just
let me know if you think I can be of any help or if you need further input.
Am 05.03.2014 14:57, schrieb Kai-Christian Bruhn:
> I'd be in too, without being able to offer many resources, though...
> Am 05.03.2014 00:56, schrieb Elena Gonzalez-Blanco:
>> Thanks, Sebastian for the quick answer. Timing is short, yes... here's the
>> link, I forgot it in my last email: http://www.cost.eu/participate/open_call
>> It could fit either in the ISCH domain (Individuals, societies, cultures
>> and health), the ICT domain (information and computer technology) and TDP
>> (transdisciplinary). For the first two, deadline is 28th march, for TCP a
>> title and short description on 7th and full proposal by 11th april.
>> You decide!
>> Elena González-Blanco García
>> Dpto. de Literatura Española y Teoría de la Literatura, UNED
>> Facultad de Filología, UNED
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>> 2014-03-05 0:30 GMT+01:00 Sebastian Rahtz <sebastian.rahtz at gmail.com<mailto:sebastian.rahtz at gmail.com>>:
>>> Good idea. I'd be happy to commit some time from Oxford University to help
>>> develop a bid in this area.
>>> Its tight timing, though.
>>> On 4 March 2014 23:19, Elena Gonzalez-Blanco <elenagbg at gmail.com<mailto:elenagbg at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>> Dear all,
>>>> I've seen that the new call for COST Actions is open. Why don't we apply
>>>> for a COST action in LOD-DH? I think it could be a good idea to start
>>>> developing networks, ontologies and ideas about the topic...
>>>> If we apply for one of the Cost domains, deadline is 28th march, for
>>>> transdisciplinary calls (I think we could fit better there), deadline is
>>>> 7march to register and 11 april to send the definitive proposal.
>>>> What do you think?
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Elena González-Blanco García
>>>> Dpto. de Literatura Española y Teoría de la Literatura, UNED
>>>> Facultad de Filología, UNED
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