FAIR Heritage: Digital Methods, Scholarly Editing and Tools for Cultural and Natural Heritage – international conference – Mise en ligne des enregistrements

La conférence internationale  » Fair Heritage: Digital Methods, Scholarly Editing and Tools for Cultural and Natural Heritage » a eu lieu les 17 et 18 juin 2020, de façon entièrement numérique. Elle était organisée par Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies, l’ARD Intelligence des Patrimoine et le consortium MASA.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 17th 2020

Technical introduction & institutional presentationProf. Benoist Pierre (Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours), Sophie Gabillet (LE STUDIUM)

Official OpeningDr Xavier Rodier (French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Director of the Maison de Sciences de l’Homme Val de Loire (MSH VdL), MASA Consortium) & Dr Emilio M. Sanfilippo (LE STUDIUM Research Fellow at the Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), University of Tours, Intelligence des Patrimoines Programme)

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SESSION 1: Ontologies and Semantic Web technologies for cultural heritage

Realizing the Virtues (and Combating the Vices) of the Digital Shift in Heritage Scholarship: the Role of Knowledge RepresentationDr George Bruseker – Takin.solutions – BG

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Ontology-based data integration in EPNetDr Alessandro Mosca (Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano – IT)

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Ontologies of Cultural Heritage for Humans and Machines: The Cultural Heritage Abstract Reference ModelDr Cesar Gonzalez-Perez (Institute of Heritage Sciences, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) – ES)

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SESSION 2: Data Management for Natural heritage

Primary data and Entomological collections: utility, best practices and challengesDr Marianna Simoes (Senckenberg German Entomological Institute (SDEI) / University of Hamburg – DE)

 

Du projet d’inventaire archéologique de la faune et de la flore française vers un portail bioarchéologique global Dr Cécile Callou (National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) / CNRS, Sorbonne University – FR)

​SESSION 3: Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories, methodologies, and tools

The edition of draft manuscripts: theories, (data) models and methodsProf. Elena Pierazzo(Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours – FR)

 

Extending Digital Libraries with Digital NarrativesDr Carlo Meghini (Institute of Science and Information Technology « A. Faedo », National Council of Research (CNR) – IT)

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FLASH TALKS

Semantic coordination on Medieval cooking recipesMarion Lamé (Denise Ardesi) (Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours – FR)

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DiVE ProjectMériç Akdogan, Pauline Bellemere & Inoussa Kora Chabi

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Hybrid Artificial Intelligence for Medieval Illuminations AnalysisDjibril Diarra

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Project “Historical Ontology of Urban Space” (HOUSe) – introductionDr Wieslawa Duzy

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FAIR DH data need ontologies standardsProf. Ludger Jansen (University of Passau & University of Rostock – DE)

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Deconstructing for reconstructing: the use of the BBT for reorganising the PACTOLS thesaurusBlandine Nouvel (Centre Camille Jullian (CCJ) & Mediterranean House of Human Sciences & GdS Frantiq / CNRS, University Aix-Marseille – FR)

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ROSER – Répertoire de l’Ornement Sculpté des Édifices de la Renaissance: An interoperable scholarly digital edition for the ornamentation in Renaissance edifice Florian Hivert (Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours – FR)

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Digital editions of historical maps: between images and data. The example of “Gaul/Raczyński” topographic map (1807-1812)Dr Tomasz Panecki (Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences – PL)

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Development of digital platform about stained glass restoration data in France – Caroline Parfait & Marlène Arruga (Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours – FR)

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Epicherchell, an epigraphic dataset to share and publish – Dr Stéphanie Satre (Centre Camille Jullian – FR)

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Patrimalp, an integrated and interdisciplinary cultural heritage platform for the French Alps – Prof. Danielle Ziébelin (Department of Computer Science, Grenoble Alpes University – FR)

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THURSDAY 18th JUNE 2020

ARD Programme Intelligence des Patrimoines: Heritage(s) digital ecosystem – Damien Vurpillot et Perrine Thuringer (ARD 2020 INTELLIGENCE DES PATRIMOINES Programme – FR)

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OpenTheso and PACTOLS – Miled Rousset (House of the Orient and the Mediterranean (MOM) / CNRS, University Lumière Lyon 2 – FR)

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A Data Management Plan Template for Archaeology Nathalie Le Tellier-Becquart (MSH Mondes – FR), EmmanuelleBryas (French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research – FR), Emmanuelle Morlock (HiSoMA – FR)

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OpenArcheo – Olivier Marlet (CItés, TERritoires, Environnement et Sociétés – FR)

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SESSION  4: Data mining and NLP for cultural heritage

What NLP can do for Metadata Quality: The Case of Descriptions in Cultural Heritage Records – Dr Sara Tonelli (Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK), Trento – IT)

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SESSION  5:  Information systems for 3D data and semantic annotations

The Coudenberg Heritage Building Information System – Prof. Roland Billen (Geomatics Unit, University of Liège – BL)

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French National Project ReSeed – Semantic reverse-engineering of digital heritage objects – Dr Florent Laroche (École Centrale of Nantes – FR)

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Semantic-based BIM Modelling : Approaches and related Standardization Actions – Dr Ana Roxin (University of Burgundy (UBFC), Computer Science Laboratory of Burgundy (LIB) – FR)

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SESSION  6:  Digital data services for cultural heritage

 A digital ecosystem to document, in space and time, the restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris – Dr Livio De Luca (Models and Simulations for Architecture and Heritage / CNRS – FR)

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Making Archaeology FAIR: in the Archaeology Data Service and ARIADNE – Prof. Julian D. Richards (Department of Archaeology, University of York – UK)

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Reflections on the semantic integration of archaeological datasets and grey literature reports – Prof. Douglas Tudhope (University of South Wales – UK)

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