Sur l’agenda 24 mai 2018

DARIAH-EU Annual Event 2018

Paris, France
Chalet de la Porte Jaune
Porte Jaune
Avenue de Nogent
75012 Paris

The theme for this year’s event will be that of Open Science.

The digitally-enabled arts and humanities have long been a source of collaboration, sharing, openness to new ideas and methods thanks to the profound and pervasive effects of advancing digital research.

Humanists have both pragmatically and philosophically understood that cooperation in teams and openness to innovation are by now intrinsic characteristics of successful research in the field. In recent years, growing out of the broader Open Access movement, the topic of an even deeper Open Science has emerged, both from the research community itself, as well as from research institutions, funders, governments and supranational bodies that wish to see science done in a way that has more impact, is more accessible to both academic peers and the public and is available for inter- and multidisciplinary research.

At this annual event we would like to discuss with the DARIAH.EU community how we deal with issues of open science in the research infrastructure we build, and how the humanities can promote new methodologies for open collaboration.


Le site de la conférence

Paving the way for text and data mining in science

Bruxelles, Belgique

This event marks the official launch of the OpenMinTeD platfrorm (www.openminted.eu, services.openminted.eu) and we would like to invite you to join us for a live discussion on the way forward.

Why it matters : We live in an era of exponential growth of information in the scientific digital world. To make sense of all this information encoded inside text and data and unlock the potential of turning information into knowledge, text and Data Mining (TDM) has emerged as powerful and valuable assistant.

What is it about : It is about unleashing the power of open access and open science. OpenMinTeD (a H2020 project) has paved the way for TDM in science by establishing a cloud-based TDM infrastructure for scientific literature. It has brought together publishers and repositories, TDM software providers, domain discipline researchers and the industrial world through the use of a collaborative platform that allows sharing and re-using of content, TDM services and cloud resources.

Who is it for ? Whether you are a publisher or repository manager, a TDM software provider or developer, researcher, SME, company, funder or government employee, feel free to join and participate in this open discussion.