We turn five!
Mon, 23 Mar 2015 13:37:08 +0000
Five years ago, we were in the final run up to the official launch of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, at an event that happened in May 2010. And such a lot has happened since then! We’ve worked on a range of projects, from helping sort out linguistic issues with domain names and how best […]Read more...
Mon, 23 Mar 2015 11:56:14 +0000
PanoptiCam is a new project running a surveillance camera on Jeremy Bentham’s cabinet in the university’s South Cloisters: Seeing Jeremy Bentham’s auto-icon can evoke a wide array of emotions from surprise and shock to mirth. PanoptiCam captures people’s reaction using a webcam mounted above the auto-icon, with the camera feed posted to our website […]Read more...
Second Workshop - Technical Meeting - 15th June 2006
Researching e-Science Analysis of Census Holdings
The second workshop in the ReACH series built on the conclusions from the All Hands Meeting
(14th June 2006, UCL). Participants were a smaller group of those from
interested parties, meeting in order to ascertain the technical issues
regarding mounting Ancestry and TNA’s historical census data on the UCL
Research Computing facilities. This provided the technical information
necessary for implementation of a full scale project.
This workshop meeting aimed to ascertain:
- How the data will be delivered to UCL
- The size of the data
- The structure of the data
- The function of searches to be undertaken on the UCL Research Computing facilities
- The duration of the project
- The number and type of employees required
- The equipment required (to purchase)
- The equipment required (access to existing kit)
- Software required
- Software development issues
- Security issues
- Any other technical issues which may arise
Welcome and Introduction – aims of the day
Melissa Terras, DIS, University College London
|10.15||Round table discussion session regarding technical issues|
|12.30||Summary and Close|