We start off on Thursday, 11th June 2015, at 6 p.m. with a traditional conference format: a keynote speech by Julianne Nyhan, assistant Professor in Digital Information Studies at UCL’s Department of Information Studies. Her talk will be on “New paths through the histories of Digital Humanities: uncovering hidden contributions to Busa’s Index Thomisticus”. This keynote will be discussed by Claudia Mueller-Birn, assistant professor for Web Science/Human-Centered Computing at the Institute of Computer Science at Free University of Berlin. A live stream of the keynote will be available.
Friday, 12th June 2015 will begin at 9 a.m. with a presentation of the game “winnobel” by David Chavalarias (ISC-PIF, Paris).