Programme

Monday 6 November:

10:00. Welcome address

Keynote lecture: History and Big Data, Matthew Connelly, Columbia University

10:45. Coffee Break

11:00. Paper Session 1: Text Mining and Big Data
Chair: Ana Paula Pires, IHC-NOVA FCSH

  • Exploring Texts and Context at Scales, Thomas Efer, Universität Leipzig
  • Using Law for Quantitative Analysis in History, Peter Fleer/André Ourednik, Swiss Federal Archives
  • Entity Discovery using Korean Historical Data: Yangban Aristocrats as Assemblages, Javier Cha, Seoul National University
  • The spread of market based systemic risk models post financial crises, Edin Ibrocevic, Johann-Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main

12:25. Paper Session 2: Tools, Issues and Challenges I
Chair: Ângela Salgueiro, IHC-NOVA FCSH

  • Big Data: Fontes, Utilizações, Consequências. Uma Introdução, Fabiana Lopes Coelho, University of Porto
  • A FCSH na Web: expondo a memória online de uma comunidade académica, Ricardo Basílio, FCSH- UNL New University of Lisbon
  • Big Data e Oportunidades nas Pesquisas com Dados Históricos, Páblisson Araújo Silva/Josélia Godoy Portugal, Universidad de Extremadura and Universidad de Santiago de Compostela/ Universidade Federal de Viçosa – Brasil

13:25 Lunch

14:30 Paper Session 3: Humanities and Historical Research
Chair: Ivo Veiga, IHC-NOVA FCSH

  • Big Data in Ottoman Urban Studies: Relational Approach to the Archival Data and to Socio-Spatial Analyses of an Early Modern Ottoman City, Yunus Ugur, Istanbul Sehir University
  • Digital Platform of Arabian Gulf Archives using French Documents, Sghaier Noureddine, University of Sharjah – UAE
  • Arquivo, dados documentais e a sua divulgação: Atlas da Arquitectura Escolar em Portugal, Maria Bacharel/Ana Fernandes/Alexandra Alegre, CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon
  • Big Data and Heritage Research – Deep Learning as a meaningful Tool towards a postcolonial History of Architecture, Carola Hein /Tino Mager, TU Delft

15:45 Coffee Break

16:00 Paper Session 4: Tools, Issues and Challenges II
Chair: Inês Queiroz, IHC-NOVA FCSH

  • The concept of ‘research route’’ as a methodological basis for social analysis of web archives, with special attention to the transformations of the websites of Portuguese newspapers as a case study, Diogo Silva Cunha, University of Lisbon
  • Methods of information extraction in job advertisements, Betül Güntürk-Kuhl, Federal Institute for Vocational Training and Educational, Bonn, Germany
  • Arquivo.pt: a Big Data infrastructure for Digital Humanities, Fernando Melo, Portuguese Web Archive
  • Data re-use and secondary analysis research in times of data deluge and information overload, Francisco Freitas/José Manuel Mendes, CES, University of Coimbra

 

Tuesday 7 November:

9:45. Paper Session 5: Archives, libraries and Big Data
Organisers, Chairs and Discussants: Paula Meireles, FCT and Cristina Guardado, Universidade de Aveiro

  • Big data: maior liberdade, maior responsabilidade, Lucília Runa, Direção-Geral do Livro, Arquivos e Bibliotecas
  • A relevância da Big Data para as bibliotecas, Dália Guerreiro, Universidade de Évora, CIDEHUS-UE/FCT
  • “Is library data really big data?” – from open data services to data reuse in the semantic web: overview of the National Library of Portugal data strategy, Helena Patrício, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal

11:15. Coffee Break

11:25. Paper Session 6: History, Science and Technology
Chair: Maria Fátima Nunes, IHC-CEHFCi-UE

  • Mapeo de nuevas ciencias y tecnologías a través de Twitter, Eduardo Robles Belmont/Jesús Mario Siqueiros García/Carlos Piña García/Pilar Galarza Barrios/Carlos Rodríguez Contreras/Irving Morales Agiss, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México
  • Big Data, Algorithmic Regulation and History of the Cybersyn Project in Chile 1971-1973, Katharina Loeber, University of Cologne
  • Why Big Data is so Bayesian? Jérémie Garrigues, STSlab, Université de Lausanne

12:30. Paper Session 7: Guardar e divulgar a memória cultural em arquivos digitais
Organiser, Chair and Discussant: Teresa Duarte Martinho, ICS-ULisboa

  • Digitalização da Colecção de Fotografia do Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa, Relato de Experiências e Desafios, Luís Pavão, Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa | Fotográfico
  • Comunidade de Arquivos de Língua Portuguesa, Alfredo Caldeira, Fundação Mário Soares/Casa Comum
  • Universo Digital Mário Cesariny: a base do surrealismo português, Marlene Oliveira, Fundação Cupertino de Miranda

13:45. Lunch

15:00. Roundtable: Big Data and Human and Social Sciences
Moderator: José Pedro Sousa Dias, MUHNAC-MUL/IHC-CEHFCi-UE

  • Daniel Alves, IHC-NOVA FCSH
  • Carlos Catalão, Ciência Viva/CIES-IUL
  • Maria Eduarda Gonçalves Dinamia’Cet-ISCTE-IUL

16:30. Coffee Break

17:00-17:30. Keynote lecture: Maria Fernanda Rollo, Secretary of State of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Portugal
Moderator: Rosalia Vargas, Ciência Viva, President

 

 

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