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Drayton C. Benner
Ph.D. student
Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
University of Chicago

I am a PhD student at the University of Chicago in Northwest Semitic Philology and also do software development for a small company that makes ancient texts available electronically (among other things), having studied computer science and math as an undergrad and worked as a software engineer before turning my attention to semitics.

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Mobile Devices, Performance

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Tom Knab
CIO
College of Arts and Sciences
Case Western Reserve University
http://artsci.case.edu/bakernord/doku.php

I’m interested in working with people developing and implementing the best tools and approaches for supporting digital humanities for research, collaboration and teaching. I have particular interest in networked tools for collaboration and communication. The faculty, students and other scholars associated with our Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities at Case Western Reserve University are using some digital tools and resources, and would like to engage with the burgeoning national digital humanities community.

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Computational Linguistics, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Computational Art, Semantic Search, Performance, Collaborative Technologies, Music Cognition

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Chad Kainz
Sr. Director, Academic Technologies
University of Chicago
http://nsit.uchicago.edu/academic

Fields of interest: Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Modelling/Simulations, Semantic Search, Collaborative Technologies

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Kurt Fendt
Principal Research Associate / Director of HyperStudio
Comparative Media Studies/Foreign Languages and Literatures
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
hyperstudio.mit.edu

As Director of MIT’s HyperStudio – Lab for Digital Humanities I am interested in exploring innovative approaches to research and education in Digital Humanities across a wide range of humanistic fields with special interests in: text and data visualization, collaborative research and teaching tools, and the integration of user-created content into existing digital archives.

Fields of interest: Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, GIS/Mapping, Libraries/Digital Archives, Mobile Devices, Electronic Literature, Semantic Search, Collaborative Technologies, Cinematic Syntax

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S. DiBenedetto
BFA candidate
Architecture and the Arts
University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Art + Design

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Computational Art

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Jesus Duran
Undergraduate Student
UIC

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Electronic Literature, Computational Art, Semantic Search, Performance

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Jason Salavon
Assistant Professor
Dept of Visual Arts/Computation Institute
University of Chicago
http://salavon.com

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Computational Art, Collaborative Technologies

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Kaylea H Champion
Staff
Project Bamboo
www.projectbamboo.org

As the Demonstrator Project Manager for the Bamboo Planning Process, I’m interested in the breadth and depth of digital humanities, with a particular focus on areas where improved coordination, infrastructure, and shareable resources have the potential to better enable research for arts & humanities scholars. I am also the director of Scholarly Technology and Research Computing, part of the central IT group at the University of Chicago.

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, GIS/Mapping, Computational Linguistics, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Electronic Literature, Computational Art, Semantic Search, Performance, Collaborative Technologies, Music Cognition, Cinematic Syntax

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Jesse Rouse
PhD Candidate
Geography
West Virginia University

I am interested in the intersection of spatialization of information and disseminating information to new audiences via visualizations.

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations

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Sara Ware
Program Manager, Academic Initiatives
NSIT
University of Chicago

Fields of interest: Information Retrieval, Libraries/Digital Archives, Mobile Devices, Collaborative Technologies

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Shirley Dugdale
Director, Learning Environments
DEGW North America
www.degw.com

I am a space planner interested in new modes of scholarship and in design to support visualization and collaborative work with complex data. In particular I want to understand how the future needs of digital humanities and social sciences will differ from those in science and engineering. Much of our work at DEGW has been with university libraries, educators and researchers to understand new demands on learning and workplaces through the integration of user research, strategy and design.

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Collaborative Technologies

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Scott Branting
Research Assistant Professor
Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
University of Chicago

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Collaborative Technologies

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Bob Taylor
Director
Academic & Research Technologies
Northwestern University

I’m director of the academic computing organization at Northwestern University. Software developers in Academic & Research Technologies have tackled interesting work in the areas of audio archives (NSF Digital LIbraries in the Classroom program), high-resolution image viewers, text analysis frameworks (WordHoard, MONK in-progress), cultural heritage digitization projects (high-resolution sculpture and mural efforts in Dunhuang and Xian, China), on-line book and manuscript presentation models (Vesalius project, The Encyclopedia of Chicago), and repository interoperability issues.

One of the areas of research computing investigation this fall at NU is development and planning for science hubs: services and software for supporting the work of on-line, “virtual organizations” of large scale, multi-university research teams on NSF, NIH or NASA projects. I’m interested in eventually understanding whether the cyberinfrastructure work that is being done for distributed research teams on large-scale science projects will hold any value for the smaller-scale “craft” traditions (and usually, one-off tools) that have often characterized digital humanities efforts.

Fields of interest: Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Libraries/Digital Archives, Mobile Devices, Modelling/Simulations, Collaborative Technologies

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Eneida Mendonca
MD, PhD
Computation Institute
University of Chicago

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Information Retrieval, Computational Linguistics, Mobile Devices, Semantic Search

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Orion Montoya
Computational Lexicographer
http://mdcclv.com

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Mobile Devices, Computational Art, Collaborative Technologies

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Sofia J. Athenikos
Ph.D. Student
College of Information Science and Technology
Drexel University
http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~sj94/

Fields of interest: Data Mining/Machine Learning, Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, GIS/Mapping, Computational Linguistics, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Augmented Reality, Modelling/Simulations, Computational Art, Semantic Search, Music Cognition, Cinematic Syntax, Artificial Intelligence (Knowledge Representation and Reasoning), Semantic Web (Description Logics, Rules, Ontologies), Visual Analytics, Intelligence and Security Informatics, Conceptual Modeling

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Brandon Harvey
Industry Researcher
Accenture

I am a researcher at the Accenture Technology Labs here in Chicago. It’s an applied technology group, which means that we build and experiment with technologies that are expected to have an impact in the next 2-5 years. I’m interested in human-computer interactions, which for me encompassees how we present resources to the user — whether textual, numeric, or interpersonal — as well as how we enable users to take meaningful action.

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, Mobile Devices, Electronic Literature, Collaborative Technologies

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Sylvia Mendoza
Design & Production Dir.
UC Press

As a publisher, and in particular a production person responsible for the dissemination of content, I’m interested in learning about how researchers do their work.

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, Libraries/Digital Archives, Mobile Devices, Electronic Literature, Computational Art, Semantic Search, Collaborative Technologies

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Arno Bosse
Senior Director for Technology
Division of the Humanities
University of Chicago
http://humanities.uchicago.edu

Fields of interest: Imaging/Visualization, GIS/Mapping, Libraries/Digital Archives, Gaming, Mobile Devices, Computational Art, Performance, Cinematic Syntax

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Adeniyi Olusegun Joseph
Student
University of Ibadan

Interests: Computational Linguistics, Mobile Devices

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Lee Konrad
Director, Memorial Library
UW-Madison
http://www.library.wisc.edu/

I am the Director of Memorial Library, the Humanities and Social Science research library.

Interests: Text Analysis , Imaging/Visualization, Information Retrieval, Libraries/Digital Archives, Mobile Devices, Electronic Literature

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