Since our kick-off meeting in Brussels in March, we have progressed the roadmap drafts for each of our project pillars (Science and Technology, Time Machine Operation, Exploitation Avenues and Innovation and Outreach) immensely.
Now it is time for our consortium to reunite once again to continue work and further develop the Time Machine roadmaps. We will work in focused sessions towards concrete deliverables of the CSA.
Date: 9-10 May
Venue: University of Amsterdam
In the evening of 9 May Julia Noordergraaf (professor of Digital Heritage in the department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam), Frédéric Kaplan (Time Machine Project Coordinator, Digital Humanities Chair at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and Director of the EPFL Digital Humanities Laboratory), Andreas Maier (Head of Pattern Recognition Lab at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität) and Claartje Rasterhoff (Assistant Professor of Urban History and Digital Methods at the department of History, University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam Time Machine Coordinator) will highlight the manifold facets of Time Machine from various perspectives under the motto “Virtual travels through space and time: the Time Machine project” at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Amsterdam.
This special event is free of charge and open to the public.
Please follow the link below for further details on the keynote speakers as well as the registration details.
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