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L'âge de Dracula : les pays roumains au XVe siècle

Peu de personnalités de la fin du Moyen Âge sont mieux connues que le célèbre prince Dracula. Mais peu sont en même temps plus défigurées, vampirisées voire diabolisées que lui : autant dire que le Dracula historique, le prince roumain Vlad III de Valachie n’a presque rien en commun avec son avatar fictionnel. Sa cruauté, répugnante il est vrai, n’avait rien à envier à d’autres souverains de l’époque, et relevait tout simplement de la manière de gouverner propre à son époque.Nous ...
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Ouverture des JNF 2020

Ouverture des JNF 2020 (par ordre d'apparition) :- Jennifer Wolfarth, responsable du Service Accompagnement documentaire de la pédagogie, Département des services à la formation, Direction des bibliothèques et de la documentation, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole ;- Véronique Palanché, directrice adjointe Bibliothèque universitaire Sorbonne Paris Nord, pilotage Commission Pédagogie et documentation, ADBU ;- David Alary, 1er vice-président Université Toulouse 1 Capitole ;- Bertrand de Lamy, vice-président de la CFVU, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole ;- Bruno Van Dooren, directeur des bibliothèques et de la documentation, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole ;(ainsi que Christelle Vallée, media d'Oc, et Amélie Barrio, URFIST Occitanie).https://adbu.fr/journees-des-formateurs-2020-former-tous-et-chacun/https://adbu.fr/jnformateursbib/https://adbu.fr/activites/commission-pedagogie-et-documentation/
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"Qui forme tous et chacun ?", débat d'idées animé par Amaury Daele, JNF 2020

Avec la participation de :- Amaury Daele, professeur HEP Vaud ;- Sylvie Fayet, directrice de la bibliothèque universitaire de La Rochelle ;- Grégory Miura, directeur du SCD Bordeaux Montaigne ;- Bruno Van Dooren, directeur du SCD Toulouse 1 Capitole.Pour des renseignements complémentaires : https://adbu.fr/journees-des-formateurs-2020-former-tous-et-chacun/   https://adbu.fr/jnformateursbib/ https://adbu.fr/activites/commission-pedagogie-et-documentation/
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Dr George Bruseker - Realizing the Virtues (and Combating the Vices) of the Digital Shift in Heritage Scholarship: the Role of Knowledge Representation

George Bruseker is Vice Chair of the CIDOC CRM Special Interest Group and an expert in the field of knowledge representation and semantics for cultural heritage. He has a PhD in Philosophy from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and has worked in diverse institutions within the field of cultural heritage and heritage research over the past fifteen years. He is deeply involved in the semantics community, participating in several major initiatives aiming to facilitate the adoption of semantic data including Data for History (d4h), Linked.Art, and the Arches Resource modeling Working Group (ARM WG). His research interests include ...
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Dr Alessandro Mosca - Ontology-based data integration in EPNet

Dr Alessandro MOSCA Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano - IT KRDB Research Centre of the Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy). His research activity focuses on knowledge representation (KR) and conceptual modeling for data management. His career has been always characterized by a strong degree of interdisciplinarity: he likes to build linguistic and conceptual bridges between different disciplines. This attitude gave him the opportunity to work with domain knowledge corpora by chemical engineers, historians, policy makers, artefact designers, among others. The idea of using the principles and KR technologies to allow the ...
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Dr Cesar Gonzalez-Perez - Ontologies of Cultural Heritage for Humans and Machines: The Cultural Heritage Abstract Reference Model

Dr Cesar GONZALEZ-PEREZ Institute of Heritage Sciences, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - ES Cesar has degrees in Biology, Electronics, Computing, and Geography and History. Currently, he is a Staff Scientist with Incipit CSIC, where he leads research in software engineering and cultural heritage aiming to develop theories, methodologies, and technologies to understand and assist knowledge generation in cultural heritage. Previously, he has worked in the areas of conceptual modeling, metamodeling, situational method engineering, and software development, with a special focus on heritage. He is also a member of UNE, the Spanish body represented at ISO, and has led 3 ...
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Dr Marianna Simoes - Primary data and Entomological collections: utility, best practices and challenges

Dr Marianna SIMOES Senckenberg German Entomological Institute (SDEI) / University of Hamburg - DEI'm an evolutionary biologist with research foci lying at the intersection of phylogenetics, spatial ecology and ecological biogeography, with a particular interest in probing macroevolutionary patterns and processes. Currently, I am researcher and curator of the Coleoptera collection at the Senckenberg German Entomological Institute (SDEI), with research largely collection-based,focused on the evolution of leaf beetles (Chrysomeloidea), a very large and diverse group of phytophagous beetles. With the majority of my projects being collection-based, I am highly interested in the field of biodiversity informatics, promoting and generating methods ...
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Dr Cécile Callou - Du projet d'inventaire archéologique de la faune et de la flore française vers un portail bioarchéologique global

Dr Cécile CALLOU National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) / CNRS, Sorbonne University - FRCo-author : Isabelle BALYMaître de conférences du Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, archéozoologue spécialiste des périodes historiques dans l’unité de recherche « Archéozoologie, archéobotanique : sociétés, pratiques et environnements (AASPE) » (UMR 7209 CNRS/MNHN), Cécile Callou est également responsable de collection en charge des spécimens types de mammifères et de l’administration scientifique de la base de données des collections Zoologie Mammifères et Oiseaux et Anatomie comparée depuis 2004.Depuis 2011, date de sa création, Cécile Callou est directrice de l’unité mixte de service à la recherche « Bases ...
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Prof. Elena Pierazzo - The edition of draft manuscripts: theories, (data) models and methods

Prof. Elena PIERAZZO Center for Advanced Renaissance Studies (CESR) / CNRS, University of Tours – FRElena Pierazzo is Professor of Digital Humanities at Centre d’Études Superieures de la Renaissance, University of Tours where she directs the masters in Digital Humanities. She has a PhD in Italian Philology: her specialisms are Italian Renaissance, digital edition of manuscripts, digital editing, and text encoding. Her most recent publication is Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories, Models and Methods (2015). She has been the Chair of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) and involved in the TEI user community, with a special interest in modern and medieval ...
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Dr Carlo Meghini - Extending Digital Libraries with Digital Narratives

Dr Carlo MEGHINI Institute of Science and Information Technology "A. Faedo", National Council of Research (CNR) - ITDr Carlo Meghini (M) graduated in Computer Science at the University of Pisa in 1979 and since 1984 works as a researcher at ISTI CNR. He is a member of the Networked Multimedia Information System laboratory, where he leads the Digital Library group (http://nemis.isti.cnr.it/groups/digital-libraries). His areas of interest are digital libraries and semantic technologies. He is involved in European projects since 1986, in the areas of Information Retrieval, Digital Libraries and Digital Preservation. From 2007 to 2014 he has been involved in the ...
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