The full programme booklet, complete with all the conference’s abstracts is now also available for download here (.pdf – 4MB).

Time Event Location
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee & Registration  Hof van Liere: Dürer room
11.00 – 11.15 Welcome & Opening  Tassis room
11.15 – 12.00 Keynote: William Noel  Tassis room
12.00 – 13.00 Parallel Paper Sessions A
Cyber Culture I Chair: Peter Boot  Gresham room
Monitoring online user behaviour. The case of the Newstracker Martijn Kleppe, Irene Costera Meijer
Ghost in the Machin…ima: Reflecting on machinima’s ability of going mainstream Aris Emmanouloudis
Reflection & Criticism I Chair: Sally Chambers  Tassis room
Digital Humanities: New Toys for the Boys? Sally Wyatt
The Digital Humanities Cycle: Hermeneutics, Heuristics, and Source Criticism in a Digital Age Melvin Wevers, Jesper Verhoef
Mapping Digital Humanities projects Stef Scagliola, Barbara Safradin, Almila Akdag Salah, Sally Wyatt, Andrea Scharnhorst
Distant Readings I Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam  Elsschot room
Writing Songs into Literary History with Digital Text Mining Lisanne Vroomen
HEEM, a Complex Model for Mining Emotions in Historical Text Janneke M. van der Zwaan, Inger Leemans, Erika Kuijpers, Isa Maks
God does not sing. Identification of participants in the Psalms Christiaan Erwich, Wido van Peursen
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch  Dürer room
14.00 – 15.00 Parallel Paper Sessions B
Linked Open Data Chair: Iris Hendrickx Gresham room
Semantic Enrichment of a Multilingual Archive with Linked Open Data Simon Hengchen, Max De Wilde
The possibilities and challenges of using linked data for academic research: the case of the Talk of Europe project Laura Hollink, Martijn Kleppe, Max Kemman, Astrid van Aggelen, Willem Robert Van Hage
Globalising a Pan-European Common Names Webservice @ the Cloud. 5 steps towards Linked Open Data Humanities Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Heimo Rainer, Thierry Declerck
Digital Scholarly Editing I Chair: Joris van Zundert  Tassis room
Specifying a system for collaborative online scholarly editing. Peter Robinson
Choosing publics as a scholarly act: challenges for creators of digital editions at the point of inception Elli Bleeker, Aodhán Kelly
Editions and editors of Greek papyrological texts Yanne Broux, Mark Depauw
Panel I Chair: Claartje Rasterhof  Elsschot room
Historical data exploration: Amsterdam’s creative landscape 1600-present Claartje Rasterhoff, Harm Nijboer, Leonor Alvarez Frances, Julia Noordegraaf, Rosa Merino Claros
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break  Dürer room
15.30 – 16.30 Parallel Paper Sessions C
Reflection & Criticism II Chair: Sally Wyatt  Gresham room
A method for cleaning 19th century text with examples from Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy Emma Clarke, Alexander O’Connor
Discussing the Value of User Research for the Digital Humanities Max Kemman, Martijn Kleppe
Assessing the detection of text-reuse Peter Boot
Digital Scholarly Editing II Chair: Barbara Bordalejo  Elsschot room
Annotating Medieval Manuscript Layout Hannah Busch, Jochen Graf, Philipp Vanscheidt
Europe’s beginnings through the looking glass: publishing historical documents on the Web using EVT Roberto Rosselli Del Turco, Florentina Armaselu, Lars Wieneke, Chiara Di Pietro, Raffaele Masotti
A Digital Scholarly Edition for Historians – the Case of Matthew of Edessa Tara Andrews
Curation & Collection I Chair: Marnix Beyen  Prentenkabinet
Bridging Knowledge Collections: Integrating the museum and library systems at the Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH), Brussels Ellen Van Keer
Measuring the use of collections before and after publication in Wikimedia Trilce Navarrete
Location extracting tool for text files Rosa Merino Claros
Panel II Chair: Dirk van Hulle  Tassis room
Digitization and Exogenesis Ronan Crowley, Tom De Keyser, Wout Dillen, Vincent Neyt, Dirk Van Hulle
16.30 – 17.45 Break
17.45 – 19.00 Poster Reception  Antwerp Zoo: Marble Hall
19.00 – 20.30 Conference Dinner  Antwerp Zoo: Marble Hall
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