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Speakers and Abstracts 2017

Key notes:

The More You Give, the More You Get: Jill Cousins (Europeana)

Lives of the First World War: Creating a Digital Memorial: Charlotte Czyzyk (IWM North)

Virtual Heritage Wales – Caerwent Roman Town: Jane Ellis (First Campus, University of South Wales) & Craig Oates (Digichemistry Studios)

The Discovery and Documentation of the Newport Ship: Unlocking the Secrets of a Medieval Merchant Vessel Found in Wales: Dr Toby Jones (Newport Medieval Ship Project)

The History of the Future: Dr Alexy Karenowska (Institute of Digital Archaeology & University of Oxford)

Digital Engagement and Education: Owen Llywelyn (National Library of Wales) (Welsh with simultaneous translation)

 

Inventory of Historic Battlefields – Website Launch: Gwilym Hughes (Cadw), Louise Barker & Scott Lloyd (RCAHMW), James Grimster (Orangeleaf)

 

Digital Survey:

Hidden Landscapes of a Roman Frontier: Nick Hannon (Canterbury Christ Church University)

UAV’s – Spherical Photography, Models & Reconstruction: Mike Postons (3deepaerial)

Commemorating the Forgotten U-boat War around the Welsh Coast 1914-18: Exploration, Access and Outreach: Mike Roberts (Bangor University) & Deanna Groom (RCAHMW)

Tracing the Past – A Digital Analysis of the North Transept and Chancel Vaults at Nantwich St Mary’s Church: Nick Webb & Alex Buchanan (University of Liverpool)

 

Digital Data:

The Journey from BIAB to the ADS Library: Jo Gilham (Archaeology Data Service)

Re-inventory-ing Heritage in Contested Cross Border Contexts: Introducing the REINVENT Project: Andrew McClelland (Maynooth University)

Enriching The List: Martin Newman (Historic England)

Preserving the Past….Embracing the Future: Tim Viney (Atlantic Geomatics) & Sarah Perons (Diocese of Llandaff)

 

Open Data:

Open Collections, New Connections: Fostering Engagement with Digitally Accessible Archives: Hannah Barton (The Tate)

The Research And Education Space – Connecting Publically Held Collections and Archives to Inspire New Ways of Learning: Jake Berger (RES Project, BBC)

The Power of Open Data: Jason Evans (National Library of Wales)

Going for Gold: A Legal and Empirical Case Study into 3D Scanning, 3D Printing and Mass Customisation of Ancient and Modern Jewellery: Dr Dinusha Mendis (Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM), Bournemouth University) & Nikolaos Maniatis (Museotechniki Ltd)

 

Digital Heritage:

Reinterpreting Historic Sites with Virtual Reality and Games Engine Technology: Ben Bennet (Luminous)

Folcloristas de Panamá: Using a WhatsApp Group as a Crowdsourcing Platform for Preserving Knowledge of the Past: Marino Jaén Espinosa (PanamaTipico)

Measuring our Interaction with Digital Heritage Apps ‘In the Wild’: Suzanna Jones (Brecon Beacons National Park Authority)

Code the Collection: Introducing the BBC micro:bit into the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre programme: Juno Rae (Samsung Digital Discovery Centre, British Museum)

 

 

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