Wednesday 8 July 2015, 9.00AM
You are invited to a celebration of Digital Heritage at York. This has been a year filled with exciting new research and partnerships for the CDH at York. In order to recognise the success of our members we will be holding a special internal event: Digital Heritage at York 2015. Come along to listen to presentations from some of the Universities leading researchers and to find out more about future directions for the centre. The event will be followed by a wine reception with an opportunity to discuss current and future work with researchers from accross the University of York.
Registration: It is free to register for the event but places are limited. Visit our registration page to book your tickets now.
Location: The Treehouse, Humanities Research Centre, Berrick Saul Building, University of York
|9:00||Registration and Coffee|
|9:30||Welcome to Digital Heritage at York 2015|
|9:40||Louise Hampson||Making bricks without straw?: virtual reconstructions of St Stephen's Chapel Westminster, and Worcester Cathedral in 1250|
|10:00||Gareth Beale||Building a Digital Heritage: Community Archaeology and Digital Documentation|
|Alex Southern, Aglaia Foteinou and Damian Murphy||Hearing the Past - The Role of Sound in Digital Heritage Research|
|11:30||Colleen Morgan and Stuart Eve||Time Warpp: Wearable technology for augmented reality interpretation and outreach in archaeology|
|11:50||Tara Copplestone||Past through Play: The Potential of Heritage Video-Games for Research, Visualisation and Engagement.|
|12:10||Peter Cowling and Sam Devlin||Games, Heritage and Digital Creativity|
|13:50||Peter Jensen||Archaeological 3D documentation as a new conceptual layer of objectivism. The role of interpretation and reflection in modern archaeology|
|14:10||Fabrizio Galeazzi||3D Web-Based Dynamic Platforms in Archaeology: Combining offline and online datasets to gain new understanding of the archaeological record.|
|14:30||Helen Petrie||ChartEX: Development and evaluation of a virtual workbench for medieval historians|
|15:40||Michael Charno||Plan, Features, Sections: Using NLP to remove ambiguity from Grey Literature|
|16:00||Nicole Beale||Digital Heritage/Analogue Collections: The role of web technologies in collections management for local museums|
|16:20||Jen Mitcham, Gary Brannan and Julie Allinson||Archives are not square: some insights from the York’s Archbishops’ Registers Revealed project|
Registration is now open but places are limited. To book a place please use our Eventbrite page.
Attendance at the event and wine reception is free of charge.