Speakers and Workshop Leaders Confirmed

The committee for the 3rd International Symposium for Humanities and Technology, InterFace 2011, is pleased to announce that all the speakers and workshop leaders have now been confirmed.

The keynote speakers are:

  • Melissa Terras (UCL)
    Digitsation of Cultural Heritage and Image Processing
  • Stephen Scrivener (University of the Arts, London)
    Design Research and Creative Production

The workshops are:

  • Data Visualisation
    lead by Andy Hudson Smith (UCL, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis)
  • Network Analysis
    lead by Tom Brughmans (University of Southampton, Archaeological Computing Research Group) and Marco Buechler (University of Leipzig, eAqua)
  • Semantic Web
    lead by Joe Padfield (National Gallery)
  • Bibliographic Software
    lead by Ian Mulvany (VP New Product Development, Mendeley)

The How To talks are:

  • User Studies
    given by Claire Warwick (UCL, Centre for Digital Humanities)
  • How to Get Published
    given by Sarah-Louise Quinnell (http://www.phd2published.com/ and KCL, Georgraphy) and representatives from Ashgate Publishing.
  • How to Get Funding in the EU and UK
    given by Henreitte Brun (UCL, Laws Faculty)

The application process is still open. If you’d like to apply to participate in InterFace, please submit your lightning talk proposal at:

http://www.interface2011.org.uk/submit

Key Dates:

  • Friday 25 February Deadline for applications
  • Friday 1 April Notification of successful applications
  • Monday 18 April Deadline for registration for successful applicants
  • Wednesday 27 July InterFace 2011 begins

We look forward to receiving your application.

The InterFace 2011 Committee

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Richard

Richard is a Ph.D student in computer science at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London. With a background in musicology, his research investigates what impact computer technology has on the way music is studied.